NBA Basketball Players Michigan 94. 6. 40. Bruno Sundov*. C. 72. 239. 2/10/80. Croatia. 2. 55. zan tabak.C. 7-0. 257. 6/15/70. Croatia. 5. HEAD COACH Isiah Thomas (Indiana 81). ASSISTANTCOACHES http://www.basketballonlinesportsbettinglines.com/cont/Players_00/players_indian
Extractions: 2001-02 Indiana Pacers Roster NUM PLAYER POS HT WT DOB FROM YRS Jonathan Bender F Picayune HS (MS) Travis Best G Georgia Tech '95 Jamison Brewer G Auburn '03 R Primoz Brezec* F Slovenia R Austin Croshere F Providence '97 Jeff Foster C-F Southwest Texas State '99 Al Harrington F St. Patrick's HS (NJ) Reggie Miller G UCLA '87 Jermaine O'Neal F-C Eau Claire HS (SC) Norm Richardson* G Hofstra R Carlos Rogers F-C Tennessee State '94 Jalen Rose F-G Michigan '95 Bruno Sundov C Croatia Jamaal Tinsley G Iowa State '01 R HEAD COACH Isiah Thomas (College - Indiana '86) ASSISTANT COACHES Brendan Malone (College - Iona '62) Tree Rollins (College - Clemson '77) Jim Stack (College - Northwestern '83) Vern Fleming (College - Georgia '84) STRENGTH-AND-CONDITIONING COACH Bill Dean (College - Wisconsin-Stevens Point '92) TRAINER David Craig (College - Purdue '70) ASSISTANT TRAINER Tom Jennings (College - Butler '90) Indiana PACERS 2000-2001 ROSTER NUM PLAYER POS HT WT DOB FROM YRS Jonathan Bender F High School - Picayune HS (MS) Travis Best G Georgia Tech '95 Austin Croshere F Providence '97 Tyus Edney* G UCLA '95 Jeff Foster F Southwest Texas State '99 Al Harrington F High School - St. Patrick's (NJ)
Celebrity 1000 Dennis Rodman Dennis Rodman never played high school basketball and he wasthe 27th pick of the 1986 NBA Draft yet he is still the best tabak, zan, 5. http://www.celebrity1000.com/onlinepolls/results/basketball/basketball981222.htm
Extractions: November 1, 1998 - December 22, 1998 Click here to enter the new poll. Michael Jordan - Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls have ruled on the court during the 1990s and have six NBA titles to show for it. Jordan has played an important role in this title run, which is evidenced by his six Finals MVP awards. Kobe Bryant - Kobe Bryant, the son of former NBA player Joe "Jellybean" Bryant, jumped directly from high school to the pros in 1996 and enjoyed an impressive rookie season with the Los Angeles Lakers. He also won the Nestle Crunch Slam Dunk and was the leading scorer in the Schick Rookie Game during the NBA All-Star Weekend. Scotty Pippen - Scotty was selected in 1996 as one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History. He was also named to the All-NBA First Team in 1994, 1995 and 1996, to the All-NBA Second Team in 1992 and 1997 and to the All-NBA Third Team in 1993. Grant Hill - Hill comes from a sport oriented family, his father was a football star in his younger days. He went to college at Duke and he became famous in his freshmen year when he completed a very bad Bobby Hurley Alley-Hoop. The ball was going in the third row and Hill grabbed it in the hair, when it was still going up and brought it down with the rim.
Celebrity 1000 Favorite Professional basketball Player Poll This poll runs from December 18,1999 February 18, 2000. Total Votes 9338. Return to Home. tabak, zan, 5. http://www.celebrity1000.com/onlinepolls/results/basketball/021800basketball.htm
Extractions: Jordan, Michael Bryant, Kobe Iverson, Allen Garnett, Kevin Pippen, Scotty Hill, Grant Duncan, Tim Rodman, Dennis Hanson, Reggie Barkley, Charles Hardaway, Anfernee Sprewill, Latrell Miller, Reggie Williams, Jayson Camby, Marcus Payton, Gary Webber, Chris Kidd, Jason Jones, Eddie Olajuwan, Hakeem Houston, Allan Robinson, David Stockton, John Johnson, Ervin Marbury, Stephon Allen, Ray Kemp, Shawn Mourning, Alonzo Rice, Glen O'Neal, Jermaine Ewing, Patrick Stoudamire, Damon Abdur-Rahim, Shareef Kukoc, Toni Van Exel, Nick Wallace, Rasheed Johnson, Larry McGrady, Tracy Drexler, Clyde McKie, Aaron Kerr, Steve Armstrong, B.J. Starks, John Fox, Rick Grant, Brian Elliot, Sean Abdul-Rauf, Mahmoud Hornacek, Jeff Malone, Dan Harper, Ron Ritchmond, Mitch Smits, Rik Van Horn, Keith Dumars, Joe Elie, Mario Fisher, Derek Grant, Horace Rider, Isaiah Sabonis, Arvydas Childs, Chris Divac, Vlade Oakley, Charles Cassell, Sam Mutombo, Dikembe Walker, Antoine
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June 29, 2001 basketball team, will host the players at the team s basketball facilities north NBAplayers participating in the camp include zan tabak (Croatia) and Bruno http://www2.valeant.com/NewsReleaseWeb/servlet/getPage?type=NR&menu=I&year=2001&
Black Athlete Sports NetworkThe Soul Of Sports in the 21st Century Dikembe Mutombo Obinna Ekezie Toni Kukoc zan tabak Part One byhigh schools for the purposes of building successful basketball programs. http://www.blackathlete.com/Health/health031001.html
Extractions: FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA ESPN recently aired an expose about international students who are being imported to the United States by high schools for the purposes of building successful basketball programs. The allegations of recruiting violations made against the International Student Exchange Company are similar in principle to indentured servitude and slavery once used to meet workforce needs in the early days of this country. Eastern European students and African students were the two groups featured in the expose. The eastern European students appeared to have been recruited from war-torn countries, such as, Yugoslavia. African students appeared to have been recruited from across the continent but primarily from the lower socioeconomic class of their countries.
Toronto Raptors Memorabilia 6405, Vince Carter. Official NBA basketball autographed by Vince Carter (Toronto 8061,zan tabak. Official Toronto Raptors Card autographed by zan tabak. $26.00 http://www.thegrandstandinc.com/gsm/team_35.asp
Extractions: MEN / HOMBRES Year Gold / Oro Silver / Plata Bronze / Bronce United States Canada Mexico United States France Brazil United States Soviet Union (USSR) Uruguay United States Soviet Union (USSR) Uruguay United States Soviet Union (USSR) Brazil United States Soviet Union (USSR) Brazil United States Yugoslavia Soviet Union (USSR) Soviet Union (USSR) United States Cuba United States Yugoslavia Soviet Union (USSR) Yugoslavia Italy Soviet Union (USSR) United States Spain Yugoslavia Soviet Union (USSR) Yugoslavia United States United States Croatia Lithuania United States Yugoslavia Lithuania United States France Lithuania United States Soviet Union (USSR) Brazil Jay Arnette, Walt Bellamy, Bob Boozer, Terry Dischinger, Jerry Lucas, Oscar Robertson, Adrian Smith, Burdy Haldorson, Darrall Imhoff, Allen Kelley, Lester Lane, Jerry West. Yuri Korneyev, Janis Krumins, Guram Minaschvill, Valdis Muiznieks, Cezars Ozers, Aleksandr Petrov, Mikhail Semyonov, Vladimir Ugrekhelidze, Maigonis Valdmanis, Albert Valtin, Gennady Volnov, Viktor Zubkov. Edson Bispo dos Santos, Moyses Blas, Waldemar Blatkauskas, Zenny de Azevedo, Carmo de Souza, Carlos Domingos Massoni, Waldyr Geraldo Boccardo, Wlamir Marques, Amaury Passos, Fernando Pereira, Antonio Salvador, Jatyr Schall.
NBA basketball / NBA. Smith, Robert Horry, Sam Cassell, Mario Elie, Carl Herrera, PeteChilcutt, Tracy Murray, Scott Brooks, Tim Breaux, zan tabak, Charles Jones http://www.terra.es/personal/jlpenag/bk_nba.htm
Extractions: Edition Year Champion G Runner-up I Philadelphia Warriors Chicago Stags Jerry Rullo, Petey Rosenberg, George Senesky, Howard Dallmar, Joe Fulks, Angelo Musi, Jerry Fleishman, Ralph Kaplowitz, Art Hillhouse, Matt Guokas, Fred Sheffield, Moe Murphy. (Coach: Eddie Gottlieb) II Baltimore Bullets Philadelphia Warriors Kleggie Hermsen, Chick Reiser, Buddy Jeannette, Paul Hoffman, Dick Schulz, Mike Bloom, Carl Meinhold, Connie Simmons, Grady Lewis, Herm Fuetsch, Paul Seymour, Irv Rothenberg, Red Klotz, Johnny Jorgensen, Elmer Gainer, Brooms Abramovic, Jerry Rullo, Chet McNabb. (Coach: Buddy Jeannette) III Minneapolis Lakers Washington Capitols Don Forman, Don Carlson, Tony Jaros, Earl Gardner, Jack Dwan, George Mikan, Billy Hassett, Herman Schaefer, Tony Jaros, Arnie Ferrin, Vern Mikkelsen, Jim Pollard, Johnny Jorgensen, Mike Bloom, Edwin Kachan, Donald Smith, Jack Tingle, Ray Ellefson. (Coach: John Kundla) IV Minneapolis Lakers Syracuse Nationals Slater Martin, Don Carlson, Bob Harrison, Bud Grant, Jim Pollard, George Mikan, Billy Hassett, Herman Schaefer, Tony Jaros, Arnie Ferrin, Vern Mikkelsen, Arnie Ferrin, Lefty Walther, Gene Stump, Normie Glick. (Coach: John Kundla)
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Extractions: Denver Post Sports Writer Feb. 3, 2001 - INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana knows Best. But the Denver Nuggets had trouble locating him in crunch time Friday night. That's Travis Best, a 5-foot-11 reserve guard and, at best, only the third option in the Pacers' perimeter attack, who nailed three jump shots in the final 2:48 as Indiana crunched the Nuggets 103-94 at Conseco Fieldhouse. Of course, Reggie Miller, with a gamehigh 27 points, and Jalen Rose, with 26, did their outside thing for the Pacers, who aren't going to beat you in the paint. At times, it appeared that Miller, Rose and Best took turns flinging away - without so much as a hand in their face. In the last 4 minutes and with the game hanging in balance, the Pacers took control with a 9-1 run that included two uncontested jumpers by Best and a 3-pointer by Miller. That put Indiana up 96-85 with 1:08 remaining. A 3-pointer by Best from the top of the key with 38.2 seconds to play made it 99-88 and ended any chance of a Nuggets miracle. "We trusted our offense at the end," Pacers coach Isiah Thomas said. How could the Nuggets allow Indiana's best shooters to get so open? Everybody in the crowd of 18,345 knew which Pacers players would take the big shots.
Extractions: Nine National Basketball Association (NBA) players, led by veterans Vlade Divac of the Sacramento Kings, a native of Yugoslavia and Toni Kukoc of the Atlanta Hawks, a three-time European player of the year and a native of Croatia, will conduct a basketball camp in Treviso, Italy, from 29 June to 2 July. "We are pleased that an important international corporation like Ciba recognizes the value of working with UNDCP and its private sector partners to build bridges of hope to the next generation in the former Yugoslavia," said UNDCP Executive Director Pino Arlacchi. Other NBA players participating in the camp include: Zan Tabak (Croatia) and Bruno Sundov (Croatia) of the Indiana Pacers; Peja Stojakovic (FR Yugoslavia) of the Sacramento Kings; Alex Radojevic (FR Yugoslavia) of the Denver Nuggets; Rasho Nesterovic (Slovenia) of the Minnesota Timberwolves; Dalibor Bagaric (Croatia) and Dragan Tarlac (FR Yugoslavia) of the Chicago Bulls. Los Angeles Clippers assistant coach Igor Kokoskov (FR Yugoslavia), European basketball players Vrbica Stefanov (FYROM) and Nenad Markovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina) also will help conduct the camp. For more information, please contact:
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Extractions: You can count Zan Tabak among the few who can kick back and enjoy the rest of his summer. At least he knows where and when he'll be playing basketball this fall. Not many other NBA free agents can make the same claim. Tabak accepted a lucrative, two-year offer from the Turkish team Fenerbahce, choosing the Istanbul-based club over the uncertainty of NBA free agency, the uncertainty of when the league might reopen for business, and the-uncertainty of whether his former team, the Celtics, even wanted him back. Measured against all those uncertainties, it was an easy call. But is this a sign of things to come, or is Tabak's situation unique because of his Eastern European background and overseas resume? The consensus seems to be the latter Where once Europe was an attractive alternative to even midlevel NBA free agentsremember a then-valuable Danny Ferry bolting the Clippers to play in Rome in 1989?it no longer is because the money isn't as good and the number of teams willing to pay big bucks are getting fewer and fewer.
The Spring Of Competitiveness the Chicago Bulls, Dino Radja for the Boston Celtics, and zan tabak for the All theseplayers were members of the Croatian national basketball team that won http://www.croatiaemb.org/C_U_relations/Cro&USA/part13.htm
Extractions: The Spring of Competitiveness Kresimir Cosic, whose memory lives so vividly at the Croatian Embassy in Washington where he served until his early death as Minister Counselor, was inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in May of 1996. This event reaffirmed his stature as one of Europe's best players, his skills being so finely developed to attract serious offers from several NBA teams. Beside Kresimir Cosic, there are other members of the Hall of Fame that Croatia claims as its own, including George Mikan and "Pistol" Pete Maravich who were of Croatian origin, as are probable future Hall-of-Famers, former player and Houston Rockets' coach and two times NBA champion coach Rudy Tomjanovich and Boston Celtics' great, Kevin McHalle. Beside basketball, Croatians star in other sports popular in the United States. Prominent Croatian athletes include Stanley Cup winner and MVP Joe Sakic from the Colorado Avalanche, NFL quarterback Elvis Grbac from the San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers' Tony Mandarich, and Chicago Bears' Chris Zorich, just to name the few. America's favorite pastime, baseball, also witnessed a significant contribution to its success by players that have their roots in Croatia. The Cleveland Indians had an outstanding pitcher in Al Milnar, Roger Maris became famous for his home runs, etc. Some of the players that came from Croatia'or their ancestors'changed their names upon arriving, adjusting them to English language spelling. That is the reason that some of them were not known to the wider audience as Croats or as of Croatian decent, but stories about them and their successes live among the Croatian American community.
PABLOTE OLYMPICS - Baloncesto/Basketball BALONCESTO / basketball. Cvjeticanin, Alan Gregov, Arijan Komazec, Toni Kukoc, AramisNaglic, Velimir Perasovic, Drazen Petrovic, Dino Radja, zan tabak y Stojko http://www.iespana.es/pabloolympics/Basket.htm
Extractions: BALONCESTO / BASKETBALL ENLACES / LINKS M E D A L L E R O I N D I V I D U A L / I N D I V I D U A L M E D A L T A B L E OROS PLATAS BRONCES HOMBRES / MEN David Robinson, USA Burdette Haldorson, USA Patrick Ewing, USA Michael Jordan, USA y Chris Mullin, USA Scottie Pippen, USA; Karl Malone, USA; John Stockton, USA y Charles Barkley, USA Gary Payton, USA Robert Kurland, USA William Hougland, USA MUJERES / WOMEN Teresa Edwards, USA Katrina McClain, USA Nadezhda Shuvayeva, Tatyana Zakharova, Nelly Feriaknikova, Angele Rupsiene, Tatyana Ovechkina, Uljana Semyonova, Olga Sukharnova, URS Anne Donovan, USA Sheryl Swoopes, Lisa Leslie, Dawn Staley, Nikki McCray y Ruthie Bolton-Holifield, USA HOMBRES / MEN Edición Medallas País Miembros Berlín'36 Oro ESTADOS UNIDOS Samuel Balter, Ralph Bishop, Joseph Fortenberry, John Gibbons, Francis Johnson, Carl Knowles, Frank Lubin, Arthur Mollner, Donald Piper, Jack Ragland, Willard Schmidt, Carl Shy, Duane Swanson y William Wheatley
NewStandard: 7/20/96 last season, Croatia has the Toronto Raptors 7foot backup center, zan tabak. Unlikemost of the major sports, competitors in men s basketball talk longingly http://www.s-t.com/daily/07-96/07-20-96/c04sp114.htm
Extractions: Sacramento, USA, March 26 (AP) - Vlade Divac and Predrag Stojakovic of the Sacramento Kings lead a group of NBA players who will hold a basketball camp this summer for children from the former Yugoslavia. Divac and Stojakovic will be in Treviso, Italy, from June 29-July 2 to instruct players from 12-14 years of age. They will be joined by Atlanta's Toni Kukoc and six other NBA players from the former Yugoslav republics in "Basketball Without Borders," which also will include seminars on education and drug abuse. "It's going to be a nice thing for kids who sometimes don't get a chance to enjoy basketball the same way kids in America do," Divac said. The event is co-sponsored by the NBA, the United Nations Drug Control Program, Benetton Treviso and FIBA, the governing body of international basketball. Kukoc, who played for Benetton Treviso before joining the NBA, Divac and Stojakovic will be joined by Bruno Sundov and Zan Tabak of the Indiana Pacers, Aleksandar Radojevic of the Denver Nuggets, Radislav Nesterovic of the Minnesota Timberwolves, and Dalibor Bagaric and Dragan Tarlac of the Chicago Bulls. The event will reunite children from Yugoslavia's former republics, which gained independence over the past decade after ethnic wars. Fifty children will be the guests of Benetton Treviso at the Italian League team's facilities north of Venice. Ten children will be chosen by each of the national basketball federations of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia and Yugoslavia, which consists of Serbia and Montenegro.