Dasic Leads Montenegro To Historic Title // 15 July 2007
Montenegro rode a dominant opening period to beat Ukraine 89-68 at the U20 European Championship Men Division B and claim their first trophy since independence.

The Montenegrins jumped out to a 26-5 lead after the first 10 minutes and never looked back.

Montenegro, Ukraine Storm Into Final Showdown // 15 July 2007
Ukraine and Montenegro won their respective semi-finals on Saturday in Warsaw to advance to the title game of the U20 European Championship for Men, Division B.

Ukraine remained unbeaten with an 80-56 mauling of Germany, while Montenegro thrashed Finland 83-53.

Ukraine Perfect On Way To Semis // 12 July 2007
Ukraine progressed to the semi-finals of the U20 European Championship Men Division B with a 100% Group F record after a thumping 93-67 victory over Finland on Thursday.

Oleksandr Kolchenko and Yuriy Lokhmanchuk led the way for the winners with 21 points apiece.

Ukraine See Off Great Britain // 11 July 2007
Ukraine improved their record to 2-0 in Group F of the U20 European Championship Men Division B on Wednesday thanks to a 79-73 victory against Great Britain.

The Ukrainians blew open a tight qualifying round game with an 18-3 run either side of half-time and never looked troubled despite a late rally from the British.

Montenegro Maintain Winning Ways // 09 July 2007

Montenegro kept up their positive start to the Under 20 European Championship Division B by beating Czech Republic 88-66.

Vladimir Dasic was again the star of the show, contributing 29 points and eight rebounds to the victory, maintaining his position as joint-top average points-scorer in the tournament so far.

Montenegro Earn Historic Win // 07 July 2007

Montenegro earned a historic first win in official European Competition when they defeated Germany 74-72 in their opening game of the U20 European Championships Men Division B in Warsaw.

Vladimir Dasic led his team to victory with 15 points and 12 rebounds.

Progress Report On The Top 2006 U20 Players // 26 April 2007

Looking around Europe this week, I noticed that Ernstes Kalve (pictured) underwent arthroscopic knee surgery and it's questionable if the talent wing prospect will be available for the Latvian Basketball Federation this summer - either at EuroBasket 2007 or the U20 European Championship.

And it spurned a thought. Kalve was coming off a great summer at the 2006 U20 European Championship, where he averaged a tournament high 20.5 points per game to go along with 6.0 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.6 steals.

Montenegro 89
Ukraine 68
3rd to 4th Place  
Finland 76
Germany 73
5th to 6th Place  
Estonia 58
Poland 74
7th to 8th Place  
Slovak Republic 75
Great Britain 68
9th to 10th Place  
Sweden 84
Belgium 82
11th to 12th Place  
Austria 66
Ireland 67
13th to 14th Place  
Czech Republic 73
Netherlands 60
15th to 16th Place  
Portugal 90
Switzerland 81
17th to 18th Place  
Belarus 74
Romania 93

Titus Nicoara


Avg: 20.9

Born : 25.03.1988

Height: 2.01

Points Per Game
name avg.
1 Nicoara , T. 20.9
2 Poiger , R. 19.7
3 Jerebko , J. 19.4
4 Kolchenko , O. 19.4
5 Pietras , K. 18.0

Titus Nicoara


Avg: 12.4

Born : 25.03.1988

Height: 2.01

Total Rebounds
name avg.
1 Nicoara , T. 12.4
2 Molteni , W. 11.6
3 Jerebko , J. 10.7
4 Clark , D. 10.6
5 Pietras , K. 10.3

Thomas Schreiner


Avg: 5.6

Born : 03.02.1987

Height: 1.93

name avg.
1 Schreiner , T. 5.6
2 Marnegrave , N. 5.4
3 Sokk , S. 4.8
4 Kinevane , S. 4.6
5 Martinic , G. 4.4