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CROATIA - 7-30-15
In a battle of sides that exited last year's FIBA Basketball World Cup after narrow setbacks in the Round of 16, the Croatians won at the buzzer, 70-68, when Rok Stipcevic drilled a three-ball.

Germany pulled off the first big upset of the 2015 U18 European Championship as the promoted team beat Serbia 65-56 in Group B. Kostja Mushidi scored 16 points to lead Germany while Marcel Keßen had 12 points in the win. Vojislav Stojanovic led Serbia with 17 points.
EUROBASKET - 7-15-15
Russia will be without their big man in the middle for EuroBasket 2015 as NBA center Timofey Mozgov has pulled out of the tournament to recover from recent knee surgery. The Cleveland Cavaliers center underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on 1 July after injuring it during the NBA playoffs but playing on through the Finals.
Arecibo took Game one of the SUPERIOR LEAGUE Finals series against Ponce 79-80. Chinemelu Elonu led the win with 19 points and 15 rebounds, 7 coming on the offensive end. Guillermo Diaz and Walter Hodge, Jr. each contributed 13 points to the win. Hoidge had a team high 5 assists. Mike Harris led all scorers for Ponce with 23 points. He also had a team high 7 rebounds. Angel Vassallo added 17 points.
Ponce won their way into the finals taking this semi final series with Santurce 4-2 after pounding them on the road last night 61-83. They started the game limiting the home team to 7 first quarter points and 18 for the initial half. The game was never in doubt from that point. Ponce got 25 points and 7 boards from Mike Harris. Adrian Uter added 17 points plus 8 boards. Javier Mojica led Santurce with 16 points and 4 assists.
The 2015-16 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Draw on Thursday in Barcelona now has all 24 teams thinking about opening night in October and their five opponents in the battle to reach the Top 16. The draw split the teams into four groups of six from which only 16 – the top four in each group – will advance.
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U18 European Championship - 8-2-15

Greece's 1997 generation had come close so many times and they finally got their much-awaited title, beating Turkey 64-61 in the 2015 U18 European Championship final. It was Greece's first U18 crown since 2008. The Greeks ended Turkey's dreams of a historic three-peat as the Turks were aiming to become the first country to win three U18 titles in a row since the Soviet Union took four straight crowns between 1978 and 1984. Vasileios Charalampopoulos took home tournament MVP honors as he scored 23 points in the final and Georgios Papagiannis collected 12 points, 15 rebounds and three blocks for the Greeks. . . . . . . .MORE

RUSSIA - 7-30-15

The FIBA Executive Committee decided on Wednesday to suspend with immediate effect the Russian Basketball Federation (RBF) in view of the fact that the RBF has been unable to resolve longstanding institutional and legal issues preventing the Federation to work under proper conditions and maintain full control and governance in the country, as proven by the recently published Court decision against the RBF. As a consequence, the RBF forfeits its rights as member of FIBA, and its teams and officials may not participate in official competitions or activities. . . . . . . .MORE

PAN AM GAMES - 7-24-15

In a game to determine Group A’s No. 1 seed for the Pan American Games medal round semifinals, Brazil’s (3-0) offensive rebounding and 3-point accuracy doomed the USA (2-1) as the American men fell 93-83 Thursday night in Toronto, Canada. Already assured before the game of advancing to the medal round semifinals, with the loss the USA finished second in Group A and will meet host and Group B No. 1 seed Canada (3-0) at 6:00 p.m. (EDT) in one of Friday’s two semifinal games. The game is scheduled to be broadcast live on ESPN2. Brazil will face Group B’s No. 2 seed, Dominican Republic (1-2), in the 1:30 p.m. EDT semifinal. . . . . . . .MORE


The championship round of the Samsung NBA Summer League 2015 tips off on Wednesday, July 15, in Las Vegas at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion on the campus of the University of Nevada Las Vegas. . . . . . . .The Seeds


Team USA’s basketball players found just enough to outlast Germany and win the gold medal at the World University Games Monday in Gwangju, South Korea. Kansas University won all eight of its games — in 11 days — at the international competition, capped by an 84-77, double-overtime victory in the championship. Wayne Selden Jr., who looked worn down after carrying the U.S. throughout the games, made just six of his 28 shots, but led the team with 22 points. The junior KU guard launched the ball toward the rafters as time expired at the end of the 50-minute affair. . . . . . . .MORE . . . . . . .BOXSCORE


Guard Wayne Selden, Jr., scored 22 points and his last seven came at the most crucial juncture in USA's 78-68 win against Russia in the semifinals of the 2015 World at Dongkang College Gymnasium Sunday. With the win, the USA (7-0), made up mainly of University of Kansas student-athletes and staff, will play Germany (6-0) for the gold medal on Monday, July 13, at 9 p.m. local, which is 7 a.m. in Kansas, at Yeomju Indoor Gymnasium in Gwangju. Germany defeated Brazil, 59-49, in the semifinal contest just prior to the USA-Russia matchup. . . . . . . .MORE . . . . . . .BOXSCORE


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L.S.U. - 7-30-15
LSU men’s basketball coach Johnny Jones completed his coaching staff for the 2015-16 season on Tuesday by naming former NBA championship winning assistant coach Brendan Suhr as the Tigers’ new Associate Coach.
The third and final July live evaluation period will kick off at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday evening, and the place to be this week is in Las Vegas as 21 of Rivals’ 25 five-star prospects and more than 80 percent of the top 50 players in the Class of 2016 will be playing in the Sin City this week.

Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. marks the beginning of the second live period in the month of July, meaning that coaches can be on the road evaluating the player that they are or plan to recruit. Here are five events to keep an eye on over the next five days.
PAN AM GAMES - 7-13-15
The official 12-player roster for the 2015 U.S. Pan American Men’s Basketball Team was announced following the 16 finalists’ last practice at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The U.S. squad will represent the United States at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada, which will feature the men’s basketball competition July 21-25.
USA PAN AM TEAM - 7-10-15
Following four practices involving 21 hopefuls, USA Basketball announced 16 players had been selected finalists for the 2015 U.S. Pan American Men’s Basketball Team. The finalists, who range in age from 20 to 35 years old, include one player who played in the NBA in 2014-15, four who played professionally overseas, and 11 current collegians.
The first of three five-day July live evaluation period kicks off on Wednesday, which means that college basketball prospects from around the country will battle for the attention of college coaches and scholarship offers for the next three weeks.
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