Serbian League Finals

Mon, 05/25/2009 - 7:04am

 

 
 


Serbian Fans
 

Game1 Part - CZ 70-58 (1-0)

Game2 Part - CZ 68-54 (2-0)

Game3 Part - CZ 58-63 (2-1)

Game4 Part - CZ 73-76 (2-2)

Game5 Part - CZ 73-61 (3-2)

After cruising to a 2-0 lead, Partizan looked to be on their way to an easy Championship in the domestic league. However, Crvena Zvezda (Red Star) had other plans, and coach Pesic decided to give his younger players more playing time. This resulted in CZ winning the next two games in very dramatic fashion. It was only fair that this rivalry went the distance, but in the end, Partizan just had too much firepower. Below are the top draft prospects from both teams...

PARTIZAN

Milenko Tepic 6-6 PG/SG 1987 Projection- Mid to Late 2nd Round

Game1 6 PTS, 3-13 FG, 4 REB, 1 AST

Game2 10 PTS, 3 REB, 2 AST, 2 STL

Game3 10 PTS, 2 AST, 4 REB

Game4 8 PTS, 3 AST, 2 REB

Game5 5 PTS, 4 AST, 3 REB

His shot was nonexistent the entire series, and even though he was able to make contributions in other aspects, overall he was not as effective as he could have been. His game off the dribble has shown some improvement, and he is now able to get into the lane for a nice midrange pull-up, but when getting to the basket, his sub par leaping ability makes it difficult for him to finish. He is a steady ballhandler, but did not show much in terms of creating many opportunities for his teammates off of penetration or the pick and roll. He lacks great quickness which is exposed on both ends, especially when matched up against opposing PGs. He seems more comfortable playing off the ball, using screens to get shots for himself, rather than setting up others.

 
 


Jan Vesely
 

Jan Vesely 6-11 PF 1990 Projection- Lotto to Mid 1st Round

Game1 12 PTS, 6-6 FG, 3 REB

Game2 5 PTS, 3 REB, 2 AST, 3 BLK

Game3 9 PTS, 4-4 FG, 5 REB, 2 STL

Game4 9 PTS, 3 STL

Game5 11 PTS, 5 REB,

Has continued to flourish in his role as the energizer. He does not get many touches out of the offense, but he moves extremely well and finds seams in the defense to get easy buckets. His forte is attacking the O glass, where due to his length, athleticism and active approach, he is able to get a hand on many balls. In this offense he is not asked to do much offensively, which means that his true scoring ability is not on display, but he shows glimpses of being able to handle the ball on the perimeter as well as stroke the long ball. He consistently gets matched up against opposing wing players, which is a testament to his quickness and lateral foot speed. He struggles defending and boxing out in the post because of his light frame but he works hard to battle for position nonetheless. He needs to become stronger and he needs to become more assertive on the offensive end, but for a young player, he is making major strides while contributing at a high level.

CRVENA ZVEZDA (Red Star)

Nemanja Bjelica 6-10 SG/SF 1988 Projection- Early to Mid 2nd Round

Game1 DNP

Game2 4 PTS, 2 REB, 2 STL

Game3 6 PTS, 6 REB, 3 AST, 2 BLK

Game4 13 PTS, 5 REB, 2 AST

Game5 7 PTS, 6 REB, 1 AST

 
 


Nemanja Bjelica
 

After not playing at all in the first game, Bjelica started the remaining games and played big minutes. Even though he plays spot duty at the PG, he looks more suited to be on the wing, where he can still be a facilitator, but he won't get tired out by handling the ball in the backcourt. He has great size and length and shows some great flashes of brilliance on occasion. He can handle the ball in transition comfortably and has a variety of crafty moves off the dribble. His passing ability and vision are very rare for a player his size and age. His first step is only marginal, but he has long strides and deceptive moves that allow him to get by defenders. His shot looks good; he sets his feet, has a high release and a smooth stroke, but he lacks confidence and will only shoot when left completely open. At times he looks overwhelmed by the competition and his frail body struggles against the more physical players, when he gets crowded on the perimeter he gives up space and has a hard time getting by the more physical defenders. Played big down the stretch of games, where he wanted the ball in his hands and was aggressive attacking to draw contact.

Marko Keselj 6-9 SF 1988 Projection- Late 2nd Round to Undrafted

Game1 6 PTS, 5 REB

Game2 3 PTS, 3 STL

Game3 7 PTS, 2 REB

Game4 5 PTS, 2 REB, 2 STL

Game5 4 PTS, 4 REB

Even though his stats don't show it, Keselj's package shows some great promise. Operating full time on the perimeter, at a good 6-9 he moves extremely well and can comfortably put the ball on the deck and attack. His shooting form looks good and he has a very smooth and efficient release, although his consistency is still not where it needs to be. He does not get steady minutes, and it hurts his rhythm, but the reason that Coach Pesic has such a short leash with him is because he tends to shoot the ball every time he touches it. If things are going good for him he is very dangerous, where on the other side, if they are not, he hurts the team. His decision making is very questionable as he gets out of control and dribbles into traffic far too often. He needs to add bulk to his skinny frame, and he needs to learn to contribute in aspects other than scoring. Defensively, he is a liability as he does not move well laterally and shows very little determination to stop people in general.

Elmedin Kikanovic 6-9 PF 1988 Projection- Undrafted

Game1 14 MIN, 0-2 FG, 0 points

Game2 6 PTS, 2 REB

Game3 7 PTS, 4 REB

Game4 14 MIN, 2 REB

Game5 3 PTS, 2 REB

The active and mobile big man was not able to contribute in the same fashion that he has during the season. He is a role player and gets most of his touches thanks to his ability to get to the glass or to open spaces. He is able to spot up, and knock down shots from mid all the way to the three. He has a fairly skinny body that will need a lot of work before he can hold his own in the post. In this series he did not capitalize on the limited opportunities that he got and it caused his minutes to suffer.
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