Player Details - Dejan Tomasevic dejan tomasevic (Photo ACB.COM). Partizan Beograd (1T) 99 transferred to Buducnostfor $750,000, which is the new record in Yugoslavian basketball 1999-2000 http://www.eurobasket.com/ESPplayer.asp?PlayerID=5148
Basketball World Championship TARLAC, Dragan. 27. Novi Sad. Center. 13. DROBNJAK, Predrag. 25. Bijelo Polje. Center.14. tomasevic, dejan. 27. Belgrade. Center. 15. JESTRATIJEVIC, Nikola. 24. Zemun.Center. http://www.basketball.uk.co/World/yugoslavie.htm
Extractions: BeoBasket - Agent for many Yugoslav international basketball players. Alsp Yugoslavian player market, coaches, teams, weekly report, rumours, statistics, links. Rerezentacija Jugoslavije / Basketball - Unofficial site of the Yugoslav Basketball Federation and covering the Yugoslav national basketball team. News, team, players, sponsors, World Championships, links. Yogoslav Basketball Players - Huge picture gallery and information about talented Yugoslav basketball players including Alexandar Djordjevic Sasa Obradovic, Dejan Bodiroga, Vlade Divac, Predrag Strojakov, Predrag Danilovic, Zeljko Rebraca, Dragen Lukovski, Dragan Terlac, Igor Rakocevic, Dejan Tomasevic, Predrag Drobnjak. Yubasket and Kosarka websites. Yu Basket Angels - Photos and rofiles of Igor Rakocevic, Zlatko Bolic, Alexandar Gilic, Jovo Stanojevic, Djordje Komadinic, Zoran Moka Slavnic. News. Yugobasket - Dedicated to the great national basketball team of Yugoslavia, its achievements in the European, Olympic and World Championships. Vast photo gallery of Yugoslav players nationally and internationally, links. Site maintained by draganc. Yugoslav Basketball Association Logos - Logos and emblems of Yugoslav national basketball team, federation and clubs.
Web Wombat - World Directory Rakocevic, dejan tomasevic, Predrag Drobnjak. Yubasket and Kosarka websites. Yugoslav basketball Association Logos http://www.webwombat.com.au/wwdir/WW111515.HTM
Sportmachine Player profiles of Yugoslav national basketball team at the 31st Men's European basketball Championship (France, June 21 Olympiakos (GRE). dejan tomasevic. 26. 206. Center http://sportmachine.00sports.com/interview1.htm
Extractions: Dejan Tomasevic: I am professional player. I dont think about this possibility, but if it comes true I will stay in Buducnost. Marko Majkic : After a disappointing Euro campaign with Yugoslavia, what are your personal, and team goals for the 2000 Olympics? What will be considered a good achievement? Dejan Tomasevic: I dont agree with your opinion that was disappointing campaign. In that moment, under all problems with the injuries that bronze medal was like the gold one to us. I have to say again that we were without five playmakers We plan to go at the Olympic Games with the strongest team and we will try to defeat Dream Team. In Atlanta we won a silver medal and that was a great success. It will be nice if we get this target again. We have a quality for final game and we shall see what we are able to do in these 40 minutes.
Serbia Info News / Buducnost The Champion Podgorica, May 4 At the Yugoslav basketball Championship play-off finals in in13th minute since his cheekbone was broken in the duel with dejan tomasevic. http://www.serbia-info.com/news/2000-05/03/18697.html
Extractions: Belgrade, May 7th - Buducnost, for the second time in a row became Yugoslav basketball champion, after beating host, Partizan, 87-79 (47-44) in the third game of the play-off finals in Belgrade. The team from Podgorica ended the season making a record in basketball championships in Yugoslavia, it had 30 victories out of 30 games. The only defeat that Buducnost suffered from any Yugoslav team during the season was in National Cup from Zdravlje Leskovac. Partizan, although, considerably weakened because Aleksandar Cubrilo and Ratko Varda did not play, was near the victory because, thanking the aggressive defense and successful offensive actions by Veselin Petrovic and Nenad Canak, led with nine points difference (69-60) in the 33rd minute. At the end of the match, Buducnost proved to be a better team and that it had a larger choice of quality players. Radonjic and Vukcevic scored two very important three-pointers, which disturbed the rhythm of the opponent team. Visitors from Podgorica soon made a series 17-6, Raicevic, 40 seconds before the end, missed two free throws and it was clear that the champion would defend the title won last year.
Extractions: Yugoslav basketball players has confirmed in 1998 that they are playing, besides American professionals from the NBA, the most attractive and the best basketball in the world. After lifting the sanctions, the Yugoslav national basketball team does not know what is failure. They returned to the great world scene in 1995 when they won the European champion title in Athens. One year later, the best Yugoslav basketball players lost to USA "Dream Team" in the finals of the Olympic Games in Atlanta, and in 1997 confirmed their superiority in Europe. In 1998, once again for the fourth time, they became the world champions. The first coach of the Yugoslav national team Zeljko Obradovic had a lot of troubles to compose the team on the eve of the 13th World Basketball Championship. He could not count on the starters from Atlanta, Zoran Savic, Vlade Divac and Predrag Danilovic. Administrative obstacles prevented the Yugoslav players with the Greek citizenship, Stojakovic, Tarlac and Gurovic to finally play for Yugoslavia. Moreover, the captain of the national team Aleksandar Djordjevic arrived to preparations for the championship insufficiently ready due to operation of his injured leg. The following players of the national team went to Athens: Dejan Bodiroga, Vlado Scepanovic, Sasa Obradovic, Nikola Loncar, Dragan Lukovski, Miroslav Beric, Aleksandar Djordjevic, Zeljko Rebraca, Predrag Drobnjak, Nikola Bulatovic, Dejan Tomasevic and Milenko Topic.
Basketball - Weltmeisterschaften (Herren) basketball Weltmeisterschaften (Herren) Sasa Obradovic, Nikola Loncar, MiroslavBeric, Aleksandar Djordjevic, Zeljko Rebraca, dejan tomasevic, Milenko Topic http://www.sport-komplett.de/sport-komplett/sportarten/b/basketball/hst/3.html
Extractions: Historie Basketball - Weltmeisterschaften (Herren) Jahr Mannschaft Argentinien (Pedro Bustos, Leopoldo Contarbio, Hugo del Vecchio, Oscar Furlong, Ricardo Gonzales, Vitor Liva, Alberto Lopez, Ruben Menini, Omar Monza, Raúl Perez Varela, Juan Carlos Uder, Roberto Luis Viau) USA (Jerry Arkarath, B.H. Born, Richard Gott, Forrest Hamilton, William Johnson, Allen Kelly, Kirby Minter, Donald Penwell, Richard Rutherford, Kendall Sheets, Edward Salomon, Joseph Stratton) Brasilien (Edson Bispo dos Santos,Waldemar Blatkauskas,O.C. de Nobrega,Fernando Perreira de Freitas,Zenny de Azevedo,Carmo de Souza,Waldyr Geraldo Boccardo, J. Maciel Senra, Wlamir Marques, Antonio Pasos Amaury, Jatyr Eduardo Schall, P. Vicente Fonseca) Brasilien (Waldemar Blatkauskas, Friedrich Wilhelm Braun, Carmo de Souza, Carlos Domingos Massoni, Wlamir Marques, C.L. Menon, Victor Mirshawka, V. Torelli, Antonio Pasos Amaury, Ubiratan Perreira Maciel, Antonio Salvador Sucar, Jatyr Eduardo Schall) UdSSR (Wladimir Andrejew, Sergej Below, Tino Lepmez, Jaak Lipso, Alexander Trawin, Rudolf Njesterow, Modestas Paulauskas, Anatoli Poliwoda, Priit Tomson, Surab Sakandelidse, Juri Selichow, Gennadi Wolnow)
2002 Basketball WorldCup Bunlarin disinda kadroda, Marko Jaric (Kinder Bologna), dejan tomasevic (TauCeramica), Dragan Tarlac (Real Madrid) gibi Avrupa'nin en iyi takimlarinda http://basketbol.ntvmsnbc.com/team-yugoslavya.asp
Extractions: Yugoslavya'nýn Dünya Þampiyonalarý serüveni 1950 yýlýnda Arjantin'de düzenlenen ilk Dünya Þampiyonasý ile baþlýyor. Bu þampiyonayý on üçüncü sýrada tamamlayan Yugoslavya, 1954 yýlýnda Brezilya'nýn ev sahipliði yaptýðý ikinci Dünya Þampiyonasý'nda on birincilik elde etti. Bu tarihlerden sonra bütün Dünya Þampiyonalarý'na katýlan Yugoslavya, bu turnuvalarda hep üst sýralarda yer aldý. 1970, 1978, 1990 ve 1998 yýllarýnda altýn, 1963, 1967 ve 1974 yýllarýnda gümüþ, 1982 ve 1986 yýllarýnda da bronz madalya kazanan Yugoslavya Milli Takýmý, 1980 yýlýnda Moskova'da düzenlenen Olimpiyat Oyunlarý'nda ise altýn madalya kazandý. 31 Temmuz - 4 Aðustos 2002 tarihleri arasýnda Türkiye'de düzenlenen ve Dünya Þampiyonasý öncesi en büyük hazýrlýk olarak nitelendirilen ''Efes Pilsen Ýstanbul World Cup'' turnuvasýna da katýlan Yugoslavya, burada þampiyon olarak, Dünya Þampiyonasý'nýn favorileri arasýnda yer aldýðýný bir kez daha kanýtladý.
World - Superguide VIDEO Euroleague Ideal Five dejan tomasevic (TAU Vitoria VIDEO - Euroleague IdealFive dejan Bodiroga (Panathinaikos NBA - National basketball Association http://superguide.telebasket.com/info_league.asp?id_lega=63
World - Superguide Kinder Bologna) VIDEO Euroleague Ideal Five dejan tomasevic (TAU Vitoria VIDEO- Euroleague Ideal Five dejan Bodiroga (Panathinaikos basketball Bundesliga I http://superguide.telebasket.com/info_league.asp?id_lega=29
USA Basketball OFFICIAL basketball BOX SCORE GAME TOTALS USA vs Yugoslavia 09/05/02 800 pm atConseco Fieldhouse 1 4 1 2 4 6 0 3 3 3 7 2 3 0 1 20 14 dejan tomasevic 3 5 0 http://www.usabasketball.com/seniormen/02-mwc-game7_box.html
Extractions: Za najnovije vesti kliknite ovde Savezni trener Obradovic komentarise stanje u ekipi posle povrede Obradovica : "Vidite da nas stalno prate povrede. Prakticno smo ostali bez plejmejkera jer Sasa ne moze da nastavi ucesce. Sa Lukovskim stvari idu nabolje, ali nisam siguran da li ce i koliko moci da igra
Eurobasket MEN Última Edición (2001) XXXII Men´s basketball European Championships. Divac, ZoranSavic, Miroslav Beric, dejan Koturovic, Zoran Sretenovic, dejan tomasevic. http://teleline.terra.es/personal/jlpenag/bk_euro1.htm
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