2009 Reebok Eurocamp: Day 3

Mon, 06/08/2009 - 9:28pm


Day 3 Results:

The big news on Day 3 was the arrival of small forward Jonas Jerebko who had missed the first part of camp after finishing off the season with his club, Angelico Biella. Jerebko is considered one of the few guys with a shot to grab a spot in the late first round and participated in the morning workout and afternoon game. Missing from day 3 were Patty Mills, Nando DeColo, and Rodrigue Beaubois (wrist injury).

Day 3

Game 9

 
 


Jonas Jerebko
 

Grey 67 – Green 61

A back and forth affair throughout, but the Grey team was able to win the fourth quarter by 13 points and in return win the game.

For the Greys Johannes Lischka came up with a very impressive performance, going for 18 points, 9 rebounds and 3 steals. Sergii Gladyr looked good again finishing with 14 points on 2 for 5 shooting from beyond the arc. Andreja Milutinovic played well scoring 11 points and grabbing 4 rebounds.

For the Greens, Carl Ona Embo led the way with 17 points, to go along with 3 rebounds and 3 steals. Abdoulaye Mbaye chipped in 11 points while Adam Hanga contributed 10 points, 4 rebounds and 2 blocks.

Game 10

Carolina Blue 64 – Royal Blue 63

Even though Carolina Blue led throughout most of the game, Royal Blue played them tough the entire way. A missed shot by Terrence Ogelsby at the buzzer was all that held the Royal’ from a victory.

Jonas Jerebko (15 PTS, 6-7 FG, 2-2 3PT, 4 REBS, 5 STLS, 2 ASTS)

Playing his first and last game of the camp, Jerebko did not try to make up for missed time, but he rather let the game come to him and he ended up playing very well. His outside shot was working for him for the beginning, and even though his release is a little slow, once he gets his feet set he is extremely precise. His size and strength are also factors when going to the hoop because people have a hard time containing him or challenging his shot. He showed his touch around the basket on one play with a nice running hook going to his right. While he was able to score in a variety of ways today, Jerebko did not show that he can do much off the dribble; when he gets cut off, he tends to turn his back to the defender then tries to bully his way to the basket. This might be effective against smaller defenders, but at the next level it will leave him in a bad situation. Overall, Jerebko definitely impressed today and even playing just one game will surely help his stock.

Jaka Klobucar continued to play well, going for 11 points and 5 assists. For the Royal Blue, Vladimir Dasic had another good game to the tune of 17 points, 9 rebounds and 2 steals while Edwin Jackson chipped in 13 points.

Game 11

Black 65 – Red 54

The black team jumped to a 13-3 lead and ended up winning the first quarter 23-9 which was a big enough cushion for them to cruise to an easy victory.

Mindauskas Kuzminskas was best for the winners with 22 points and 8 rebounds, while shooting a perfect 4 for 4 from beyond the arc. On the loosing end Alexey Shved had 8 points and 5 assists, while Artem Zabelin and Luigi Datome had 14 and 13 points respectively.

Game 12

All Star Team 96 – FMP 77

Even though they battled for the entire game, the FMP squad proved for the 2nd time that they just don’t have enough size and firepower to challenge the older All Star squads. The All Stars used a tremendous 2nd quarter to blow this game wide open.

Elmedin Kikanovic put in a nice effort with 19 points on 9 for 11 shooting. Semen Shashkov was 2nd in line with 18 points including 3 for 4 from three point land. Alexey Shved had a very impressive performance with 17 points and 5 assists in only 18 minutes.

For FMP, Dejan Musli continued to carry the load with 17 points and 4 rebounds. Aleksandar Ponjavic and Milan Milovanovic each had 11 points in a losing effort.

*Check back for a write up on the top prospects on Wednesday.

Roster

 
 


Dallas GM Donnie Nelson and Reebok EuroCamp Director Pete Philo
 

1987
Luigi DaTome 6'8'' SG/SF Italy
Nando DeColo 6'5'' PG France
Harry Ezenibe 6'3'' G Nigeria
Daniel Hackett 6'5'' G Italy
David Huertas 6'4'' G Puerto Rico
Joe Ingles 6'8'' SG/SF Australia
Adam Lapeta 7'2'' C Poland
Johannes Lischka 6'8'' F Germany
Andrei Vorontsevich 6'10' SF/PF Russia
Nemanja Aleksandrov 6'11'' SF/PF Serbia
Uros Nikolic 6'10' PF/C Serbia
Henk Norel 7'0'' PF/C Netherlands
Jaka Klobucar 6'6'' SG/SF Slovenia
Jonas Jerebko 6'9'' SF Sweden
Vyacheslav Kravtsov 7'0'' C Ukraine

1988
Aboubakar Amadou Zaki 7'1'' C Nigeria
Rodrigue Beaubois 6'1'' G France
Patrick Beverly 6'2'' G USA
Vladimir Dasic 6'10'' SF/PF Montenegro

Nemanja Gordic 6'5'' SG Bosnia/Herzegovina
Rudy Jomby 6'6'' SG/SF France
Elmedin Kikanovic 6'11'' C Bosnia/Herzegovina
Boban Marjanovic 7'4'' C Serbia
Stefan Markovic 6'5'' SG Serbia
Abdoulaye Mbaye 6'2'' SG France
Patrick Mills 6'0'' PG Australia
Terrence Oglesby 6'2'' SG USA
Anton Ponomarev 6'10'' SF/PF Russia
Alexey Shved 6'5'' SG Russia
Alexandros Sigkounas 6'9'' PF Greece
Ludovic Vaty 6'9'' PF France
Artem Zabelin 7'1'' PF Russia

1989
Pablo Aguilar 6'9'' SF/PF Spain
Georgios Bogris 6'11'' C Greece
Jayson Granger 6'3'' SG Uruguay
Sergii Gladyr 6'6 SG Ukraine
Adam Hanga 6'7'' SG Hungary
Edwin Jackson 6'4'' SG France
Carl Ona Embo 6'1'' PG France
Mindaugas Kuzminskas 6'8 PF Lithuania
Fernando Raposo 6'10'' PF Portugal
Evangelos Sakellariou 6'5'' SG Greece
Sead Sehovic 6'7'' SG/SF Bosnia & Herzegovina
Semen Shashkov 6'9'' SF Russia

1990
Avramov Bozhidar 6'5'' G Bulgaria
Andreja Milutinovic 6'7'' SG Serbia
Ibrahima Niang Thierno G Senegal
Kostas Papanikolaou 6' 8'' SG/SF Greece
Nikolaos Pappas 6'5'' PG Greece

1991
Tomas Satoransky 6'7'' SG Czech Republic
Tornike Shengelia 6'8'' SF Georgia