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decki znam ova ne e fudbal ali veruvam deka so toa sto imame prilika da odime na ep so kosarkarite nasi oni zasluzuvaat svoja tema ovde

deneska makedonija igra protiv svetska vo gosti momentalno vo vtora cetvrtina gobime za 9
so pobeda deneska ke obezbedime plasman na baraz turnir vo menorka

NAPRED MAKEDONIJA
 

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Harry Potter said:
prenos ke ima samo na radio, sea kazaa na A1
da da slusam bratce


poluvreme nie gubime 43-36

nasi najdobri strelci vlatko ilievska so 14
vrbica stefanov so 4
 

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FYR Macedonia land mighty blow; Spain's Garbajosa won't give in

LONDON (The Friday Eurovision) - The EuroBasket doesn’t tip off in Spain for another 10 days but the fun has already started.

With one place still up for grabs, the battles between teams trying to get to Granada to join Group A via an additional qualifying tournament are making for quite a story.

Israel, who won the additional qualifying tournament last time, won their first five games this year and looked destined for Granada, but FYR Macedonia have decided to make things interesting.

They put a hurting on previously unbeaten Estonia on Wednesday, annihilating them 95-50.

Now Estonia are 3-1, FYROM 2-1.

The two teams split their meetings, but FYROM have a better points difference in those games.

If FYROM, led by the amazing point guard Vbrica Stefanov, beat Sweden on Saturday, they will advance to the final phase of the additional qualifying tournament to face, in all likelihood, Israel.

Either Bosnia-Herzegovina, Hungary or Bulgaria will be the third team.

The winner of that mini-tournament will then play in Granada in Group A against Greece, Russia and Serbia.

I first watched Stefanov a few years ago when he played for Carlo Recalcati at Montepaschi Siena.

He is a big-game player.

On Wednesday, he lit a fire under his teammates in the first half.

By the time the ball was falling over the rim for his third three-pointer of the half, FYROM were in total command at 45-31.

"By the second half, it was already too late to change anything,” said Estonia coach Tiit Sokk.

“We were a completely different team than I expected to see."

What was the crowd like in Skopje?

"Thanks to the audience, it was a fantastic atmosphere,” said coach Jovica Arsic.

“We played an incredible game, literally everything was going our way.

“I didn't expect such an easy victory.”

Remember the name Jane Petrovski as well, folks.

The 22-year-old is the third point guard of FYROM.

In 16 minutes, he had 13 points, an assist and a couple of steals.

He made three of four from three-point range.

I didn’t see the game, but Petrovski, by all accounts, was shakin’ and bakin’, movin’ and groovin’, hoopin’ and scoopin’.

His passing, one spectator said, was so dynamic that it was as if he had touched down from another planet.

"I wish that everybody could feel what I felt this evening,” Petrovski said.

Basketball in the Balkans. Is there anything quite like it?

Arsic and Co will have to win in Sweden, though, to clinch their place in the next phase of the additional qualifying tournament.

Surely they will beat Sweden, who have yet to win a game?

“The job is not done yet,” said Arsic. “The conditions in Sweden are completely different, but we know that we have to win there, also."
 

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FYR Macedonia land mighty blow; Spain's Garbajosa won't give in

LONDON (The Friday Eurovision) - The EuroBasket doesn’t tip off in Spain for another 10 days but the fun has already started.

With one place still up for grabs, the battles between teams trying to get to Granada to join Group A via an additional qualifying tournament are making for quite a story.

Israel, who won the additional qualifying tournament last time, won their first five games this year and looked destined for Granada, but FYR Macedonia have decided to make things interesting.

They put a hurting on previously unbeaten Estonia on Wednesday, annihilating them 95-50.

Now Estonia are 3-1, FYROM 2-1.

The two teams split their meetings, but FYROM have a better points difference in those games.

If FYROM, led by the amazing point guard Vbrica Stefanov, beat Sweden on Saturday, they will advance to the final phase of the additional qualifying tournament to face, in all likelihood, Israel.

Either Bosnia-Herzegovina, Hungary or Bulgaria will be the third team.

The winner of that mini-tournament will then play in Granada in Group A against Greece, Russia and Serbia.

I first watched Stefanov a few years ago when he played for Carlo Recalcati at Montepaschi Siena.

He is a big-game player.

On Wednesday, he lit a fire under his teammates in the first half.

By the time the ball was falling over the rim for his third three-pointer of the half, FYROM were in total command at 45-31.

"By the second half, it was already too late to change anything,” said Estonia coach Tiit Sokk.

“We were a completely different team than I expected to see."

What was the crowd like in Skopje?

"Thanks to the audience, it was a fantastic atmosphere,” said coach Jovica Arsic.

“We played an incredible game, literally everything was going our way.

“I didn't expect such an easy victory.”

Remember the name Jane Petrovski as well, folks.

The 22-year-old is the third point guard of FYROM.

In 16 minutes, he had 13 points, an assist and a couple of steals.

He made three of four from three-point range.

I didn’t see the game, but Petrovski, by all accounts, was shakin’ and bakin’, movin’ and groovin’, hoopin’ and scoopin’.

His passing, one spectator said, was so dynamic that it was as if he had touched down from another planet.

"I wish that everybody could feel what I felt this evening,” Petrovski said.

Basketball in the Balkans. Is there anything quite like it?

Arsic and Co will have to win in Sweden, though, to clinch their place in the next phase of the additional qualifying tournament.

Surely they will beat Sweden, who have yet to win a game?

“The job is not done yet,” said Arsic. “The conditions in Sweden are completely different, but we know that we have to win there, also."

nas ne ceka spanija?
 

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Mr_Makedonija said:
Ako se kvaliferame ke igrame protiv:

The winner of that mini-tournament will then play in Granada in Group A against Greece, Russia and Serbia.
greska si brat
ako triunfirame deneska ideme u manorka za sredbi so isreal ili bosna
 

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Ajo ja pobidime Svedska, ke igrame posle vo mini tournament.

"With one place still up for grabs, the battles between teams trying to get to Granada to join Group A via an additional qualifying tournament are making for quite a story."

Pobedniokit od ovaj mini- toornamnet posle ke odi vo Granada

50 - 47
 

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Ajo ja pobidime Svedska, ke igrame posle vo mini tournament.

"With one place still up for grabs, the battles between teams trying to get to Granada to join Group A via an additional qualifying tournament are making for quite a story."

Pobedniokit od ovaj mini- toornamnet posle ke odi vo Granada

50 - 47
kakomoze vo granada neli sme nie vo evropska konfederacija od fiba?
 

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VODIME 56-53

TOOOO VRBAAAAA
 

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GOBINE 57-56
 

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sudive ne dupat ej
 

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58 -58 End of 3


Ke igraat vo Granada Spain!!
aha epa da
 
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