FIBA World Championships 2010

The 2011 Eurobasket in Lithuania: My Personal Experience

I know that the 2011 Eurobasket has been gone for almost a week, but I figured that it would be a waste not to write about my experience there, from the perspective of a Thunder fan. I'll do my best not to bore you.

Serge Ibaka and Spain Stomp Macedonia, Move on to Gold Medal Game. ALSO: France Beats Russia in the Other Semi-Final, Greece Destroys Serbia, Keep Olympic Hopes Alive

Eurobasket 2011 continued today with some excellent Semi-Finals action, featuring a high level of play and many NBA stars. It also featured a classification game between Serbia and Greece used to determine who has a chance of getting into the Olympics.

France Clinches Trip to the Semi-Finals Over Young Greece, Russia Cruises Over Serbia, and Lithuania Keeps Olympic Dream Alive Against Slovenia

The Quarter-Finals action continues here in Kaunas, with two games being played today. Additionally, the classification round for 5th through 8th place has begun, with the two losers of yesterday playing in the first game.

Apology to Macedonia and Their Fans For a Prior Post

I posted earlier today that Macedonian fans had unfurled the Soviet Flag, and made some assumptions about what was going on in a situation that I could not see very well. I formally apologize to...

Serge Ibaka and Spain Easily Advance to 2011 Eurobasket Semi-Finals Over Slovenia, Host Nation Lithuania Loses to Cinderella F.Y.R. Macedonia

It was an excellent day of Eurobasket action. Ibaka moves on to the Semi-Finals, Macedonians storm the floor, and Lithuania exits early.

2011 Eurobasket Tournament Stage Preview

Today, the Eurobasket will enter its final and most exciting stage. After two weeks of somewhat meaningless group games, the top 8 teams have been placed in a single-elimination bracket with a guaranteed spot in the Olympics on the line. Okay, the top 2 teams get Olympic bids, but the Eurobasket Gold is still a coveted prize.

How the Thunder Players Have Done at the 2011 Eurobasket So Far

The 2011 Eurobasket is nearing its' conclusion as we enter the tournament stage, where the top 8 teams will compete for a spot in the Olympics and the much-prized gold medal. There are four Thunder-related players in the tournament, all of which I have seen play in person. Here's an update on how they're playing, along with links to all of the scouting reports I've done so far.

Gearing up for the 2011 Eurobasket: Group C Preview

Today we are previewing Group C, which features Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia, Finland, Greece, and Montenegro!

Gearing Up for the 2011 Eurobasket: Group B Preview

We continue our 2011 Eurobasket preview with Group B, featuring France, Serbia, Germany, Israel, and Latvia.

Gearing Up for the 2011 Eurobasket: Group A Preview

With August brings more basketball, and since various Thunder-related players will be participating in the Eurobasket, I have decided to fully cover the 2011 Eurobasket competition. In the next 5 days, you can expect a preview of every group and a prediction-related post.

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