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I was briefly sad at no Doncic! Thanks for posting this so far in advance, as I now have months to plan my sleep schedule and figure out how to watch the games.
Androslav, I'm also really excited about this one. I like that they spread the organization over four countries and that there will be countries that got very little coverage previously (GB, Iceland, Finland, Romania and others).I also think the competition will be tight. There are lots of teams that could end up winning the gold. To name a few: Spain, France, Turkey - the playoffs will be played in Istanbul-, Russia, Lithuania, Croatia.Any ideas on how Croatia's starting 5 might look up in September?
[dang] wish I could have fun like you guys, HK is really bad at bball even in Asia. Have fun btw, supporting the team with the most Celtics in it (please tell me is there any team with a current Celtic lol)
Androslav, I'm also really excited about this one. I like that they spread the organization over four countries and that there will be countries that got very little coverage previously (GB, Iceland, Finland, Romania and others).
I also think there are too many teams, it seems 16 are enough to keep the talent level up. I hope Gasol and Hernangómez brothers can go with us. Along with Ibaka/Mirotic, it would be the best inside rotation by far (I don't think I'm biased )
Greece will host a tournament in Patras (August 7-8) that also features Romania and Ukraine and then take part in a Belgrade tournament with Montenegro and Serbia (August 11-12).Greece will square off again from August 18-19 against Great Britain in two friendlies in London.From August 23-25 in Athens at the famous Olympic stadium, OAKA, Greece will host the Eurobank Acropolis Tournament, taking on Serbia, Italy and Georgia.