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23. Dragan Tarlac, Greece
dragan tarlac, Greece, 611, F/C Did not play college basketball. Selectedby Chicago Bulls in 2nd round ( 31 pick overall) of 1995 NBA Draft.
Dragan Tarlac, Greece, 6-11, F/C Did not play college basketball. Selected by Chicago Bulls in 2nd round (#31 pick overall) of 1995 NBA Draft.

24. SPORTS FACTS - Basketball - European Championships 1995-2003
Top. 2001 MEN S EUROPEAN basketball CHAMPIONSHIPS (Ankara Antalya, Turkey) 1 StojakovicPredrag, Drobnjak Predrag, Jaric Marko, tarlac dragan, Tomasevic Dejan
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25. UNODC - Press Release - UNIS/NAR/724
the Minnesota Timberwolves; Dalibor Bagaric (Croatia) and dragan tarlac (FederalRepublic Federal Republic of Yugoslavia), European basketball players Vrbica
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VIENNA, 13 June (UN Information Service) – Fifty boys aged 12-14 from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Slovenia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia have been chosen for " Basketball without Borders ," ("Kosarka bez granica"), a basketball camp to take place in Treviso, Italy, from June 29 to July 2. Nine National Basketball Association (NBA) players, led by veterans Vlade Divac of the Sacramento Kings, a native of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and Toni Kukoc of the Atlanta Hawks, a native of Croatia, will conduct the basketball camp. Benetton, which owns the Treviso basketball team in the Italian league, is a co-sponsor of the camp and will host the players at La Ghirada, their basketball facilities north of Venice.

26. Dragan Tarlac Bio Information, Past Stats, Playoff Stats, Statistics, History, A
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27. NBA Basketball - The Chicago Bulls
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Depth Charts Interviews ... Articles Archive SPECIAL EVENTS History Free Agency Draft Mock Draft ... Live Chat MORE LEAGUES Slamball Summer Leagues USBL NBDL ... Playing Tips WEBSITE INFO About Us Contact Us Write For Us Advertise Maybe there's still hope for the Bulls... by Ron Murphy First off, I'm not a fan of the Sloth, I mean Sleuth, as Jerry Krause has gotten people to call him. In fact, this offseason has many Chicago Bulls fans thinking of him more in terms of an albatross around the team's neck, not a competent GM of a rebuilding franchise. But, it would be foolish to consider the season already lost, since many teams are still needing to add or subtract players and the NBA salary cap is making this difficult for some of the major players. Also, the free agent money is starting to dry up and there are still a lot of decent names sitting without agreements. Finally, the Bulls do match up with some teams

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SPECIAL EVENTS History Free Agency Draft Mock Draft ... Live Chat MORE LEAGUES Slamball Summer Leagues USBL NBDL ... Playing Tips WEBSITE INFO About Us Contact Us Write For Us Advertise NBA BASKETBALL: UNDER THE CAP By TED FARRELL July 27, 2001 NBA All Star weekend is an event like no other. Slam Dunk Contest, Three Point Shootout, Rookie Game, Stay in School Jam, and of course, the game itself. A few years back, Sprite decided to become the official sponsor of this event. During NBA telecasts, it seemed like every other commercial featured Grant Hill encouraging people to play Sprite’s much ballyhooed Under The Cap Game. The premise was simple, buy a bottle of Sprite, look under the cap, and see if you win a trip to the All Star Game. Little did the marketing whizzes know, NBA teams would soon be playing their own version of the under the cap game. Sprite drinkers went under the cap for a chance to see the All Stars, while NBA execs went under the cap to win a chance to employ them. Jerry Krause had just witnessed the end of a run that brought 6 championships in 8 years. Unlike other general managers who routinely preside over disaster relief projects, he knew that he was now held to a standard of Championship or Bust. No exceptions. The Bulls lost the greatest player of all time, they lost the best second banana of all time, they lost the Zen Master, and they lost the league’s leading rebounder. It was time to make a bold move, and Jerry Krause has never been afraid of those. Sure he had Jordan, but there was a lot more to be done to turn that moribund franchise into a winner. He traded for freakshow Dennis Rodman, he hired the head coach of The Albany Patroons, and he gave up a promising big man named Olden Polynice for an unknown from a small school named Scottie Pippen. Krause’s response to all of this was interesting, risky, understandable on many levels, but ultimately flawed in more ways than the average fan can see.

29. Benetton Treviso Hosts Basketball Without Borders
fourday camp, which runs through Monday, says it all basketball Without Borders Kukoc,Zan Tabak and Bruno Sundov of Croatia; Divac, dragan tarlac and Alex

30. Basket Ball Eurosport Live Athenes 2004 Pro A, EuroLigue, NBA, Playoffs, Jordan,
basketball. The visitors took an 11point lead into the dressing room at half-timeand even though dragan tarlac scored 15 of his game high 24 points after the

31. The Best Basketball News Online
Latest basketball news from european and clubs around the world. After 10 minutesCSKA was already ahead by 2710 with 8 points by dragan tarlac and the game

32. The Best Basketball News Online
Latest basketball news from european and clubs around the world. Sergei Panov chippedin with 14 points and Vic Alexander and dragan tarlac each scored 9 points

33. NBA Basketball Draft Homepage
Detroit Lou Roe (Massachusetts); 31. Chicago dragan tarlac (Greece);32. Washington Terrence Rencher (Texas)traded to Miami; 33.
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Click on the year for a more detailed treatment of each draft class. 1999 Draft
  • 1. Chicago: Elton Brand (Duke)
  • 2. Vancouver: Steve Francis (Maryland)
  • 3. Charlotte: Baron Davis (UCLA)
  • 4. LA Clippers: Lamar Odom (Rhode Island)
  • 5. Toronto: Jonathan Bender (Picayune HS)
  • 6. Minnesota: Wally Szczerbiak (Miami of Ohio)
  • 7. Washington: Richard Hamilton (UCONN)
  • 8. Cleveland: Andre Miller (Utah)
  • 9. Phoenix: Shawn Marion (UNLV)
  • 10. Atlanta: Jason Terry (Arizona)
  • 11. Cleveland: Trajan Langdon (Duke)
  • 12. Toronto: Aleksandar Radojevic (Barton County CC)
  • 13. Seattle: Corey Maggette (Duke)
  • 14. Minnesota: William Avery (Duke)
  • 15. New York: Frederick Weis (France)
  • 16. Chicago: Ron Artest (St. John's)
  • 17. Atlanta: Cal Bowdler (Old Dominion)
  • 18. Denver: James Posey (Xavier)
  • 19. Utah: Quincy Lewis (Minnesota)
  • 20. Atlanta: Dion Glover (Georgia Tech)
  • 21. Golden State: Jeff Foster (SW Texas State)
  • 22. Houston: Kenny Thomas (New Mexico)
  • 23. LA Lakers: Devean George (Augsburg)
  • 24. Utah: Andrei Kirilenko(Russia)

34. Hellenic Hoops - Euroleague: The Decisive Phase
CSKA plays a quick and explosive basketball, with the rhythms dictated by th is Yudin,with 8) in the paint Victor Alexander, dragan tarlac, Alexej Savrasenko Tournament 2004/ELDecisiveP
Hellenic Hoops Home InterBasket.Net Home InterBasket.Net Forums Euroleague: The Decisive Phase By Gianfranco Bina March 2, 2004 ...CSKA Moscow [a team that the Reds will face] probably the best European team...[and] Siena is the key team for the Greens... The ULEB Euroleague enters its decisive phases, with the four groups of the Top-16 which will send to Tel Aviv the elites of continental basketball. Unfortunately, Greece already lost AEK Athens in the regular season, 6 th in its group and eliminated for the goal-average by Zalgiris Kaunas (featuring the legendary Aryvdas Sabonis of Lithuania), and will continue with the traditional presence of Olympiakos and Panathinaikos, exactly like 12 months ago. A difficult road waits both Reds (Olympiakos) and Greens (Panathinaikos), teams that normally should fight at this level as favourites, but realistically their role is simply the one of the “outsider.” Olympiakos Piraeus will face CSKA Moscow Tau Vitoria and Cibona Zagreb in the group D; Panathinaikos’ road to Tel Aviv passes through

35. Hellenic Hoops - Crisis In Greece
team, Olympiakos Piraeus, has to find a solution abroad till the end of the seasonfor the (absurd) rule of the Greek basketball Federation that dragan tarlac.
Hellenic Hoops Home InterBasket.Net Home InterBasket.Net Forums The Crisis of Greek Basketball By Gianfranco Bina April 10, 2004 This is probably the worst period crossed by the Hellenic basketball since 1987. And something must change soon, very soon, considering the old strength and prestige of the Greek movement in Europe. th place at the Eurobasket 1993, 1995 and 1997, 4 th place at World Championships 1994 and 1998, 5 th place at the Olympic Games of Atlanta. No-more candies, and the players move to find the golden paradise elsewhere. Once the Paradise was Greece, now this country looks like as the Hell: Zeljko Rebraca, Dejan Bodiroga, Dino Radja, Alphonso Ford, Andrew Betts, Jimmy Oliver… these great players were in Greece only three years ago. And now, Olympiakos and Panathinaikos fights to sign Haris Mujezinovic. Let’s take two minutes to compare the actual starting fives of the current top-teams, and those of the same teams in the period 1999-2002.
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Jaka Lakovic Jaka Lakovic Damir Mulaomerovic Giorgos Kalaitzis Giorgos Kalaitzis Arriel Mc Donald Rodney Buford (*) Dejan Bodiroga Dejan Bodiroga Oded Katash Fragkiskos Alvertis Fragkiskos Alvertis(*) Fragkiskos Alvertis(*) Fragkiskos Alvertis Dejan Bodiroga Mike Batiste Antonis Fotsis Antonis Fotsis Antonis Fotsis (**) Johnny Rogers Darryl Middleton Darryl Middleton Darryl Middleton Zeljko Rebraca Zeljko Rebraca (*) Ibrahim Kutluay replaced often Fragkiskos Avlertis and Rodney Buford in the starting five

36. NBA - Rookie Class Leaves A Lot To Be Desired
of those went undrafted (Jackson) while another is 27 years old (dragan tarlac.)Only two sooner rather than later that they re waiting for a basketball Godot.
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How would you like to be Stu Jackson these days? He has to deal with owners who rip referees, players who rip referees, players who rip each other, owners who rip each other, crybaby players and other low crimes and misdemeanors. Even worse he has to watch just about every NBA game. Orlando's Mike Miller has played extensively with Grant Hill out. But those tasks pale in complexity and depravity compared to the one before him now. As the NBA's august, cerebral director of operations, Jackson also has the unwanted, thankless, some might say hopeless, task of choosing the participants in February's rookie game during All-Star Weekend.

37. Basketball : Euroleague Final Four 2004 Preview
The best European basketball teams this season, CSKA Moscow, Skipper Bologna, MontepaschiSiena and F 5p3r-1a Sergey Monya F 6p-3r-0a dragan tarlac C 5p
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The best European basketball teams this season, CSKA Moscow, Skipper Bologna, Montepaschi Siena and Maccabi Tel Aviv, have clinched the Euroleague Final Four 2004. From April 29 to May 1 in Tel Aviv, Israel, one of them will become the 2004 Euroleague champion. Winners of two semifinal games: Skipper - Montepaschi and Maccabi - CSKA, will advance to the final. Defeated teams will play for the third place. It's interesting that all the Final Four teams played in the same group in the regular season: Maccabi - CSKA 84:87
CSKA - Maccabi 80:83
Maccabi - Skipper 89:99
Skipper - Maccabi 104:111
Maccabi - Montepaschi 88:86
Montepaschi - Maccabi 85:89 Skipper - Montepaschi 95:86
Montepaschi - Skipper 76:69
Skipper - CSKA 71:78
CSKA - Skipper 70:71
CSKA - Montepaschi 84:71
Montepaschi - CSKA 79:73 Following table shows the Final Four 2004 qualifiers and their stats in Euroleague this season. All values are averages per game:

38. 2001 Chicago Bulls -
You Are Here basketballReference Teams Chicago Bulls 2001. Michael Ruffin45 879 40 90 0 0 39 77 101 161 262 39 30 38 46 131 119 dragan tarlac 43 598 :: N a v i g a t i o n :: Players Teams Leagues Coaches ... Playoffs You Are Here > Basketball-Reference Teams Chicago Bulls
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, Finished 8th, Central Division ( Game Results View League Season Summary Scored 7181 points, Allowed 7927 points ( Expected W-L Coached by Tim Floyd
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Glossary Player G MP FG FGA 3P 3PA FT FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TO PF PTS ++-++++-++++++++-+-+-+-++ Elton Brand Ron Mercer Ron Artest Marcus Fizer ... Steve Goodrich
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Glossary Player G MP FG FGA 3P 3PA FT FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TO PF PTS ++-++++-++++++++-+-+-+-++ Elton Brand Ron Mercer Ron Artest Marcus Fizer ... Dalibor Bagaric
Per 48 Minutes
Glossary Player G MP FG FGA 3P 3PA FT FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TO PF PTS ++-++++-++++++++-+-+-+-++ Elton Brand Ron Mercer Marcus Fizer Ron Artest ... A.J. Guyton

39. Last Names Starting With T -
You Are Here basketballReference Players T. Ta Back to top Zan Tabak 1995-2001Sid Tanenbaum 1948-1949 dragan tarlac 2001-2001 Roy Tarpley 1987-1995 :: N a v i g a t i o n :: Players Teams Leagues Coaches ... Playoffs You Are Here > Basketball-Reference Players > T
Players with Last Names Starting with T
Active players are listed in bold . Members of the Hall of Fame are marked with an asterisk (*). Years are from the start of the player's career to the end. Ta Back to top Zan Tabak Sid Tanenbaum Dragan Tarlac ... Vince Taylor Te Back to top Terry Teagle Collis Temple Ira Terrell ... Jason Terry Th Back to top Tom Thacker Floyd Theard Reggie Theus ... Mel Thurston Ti Back to top Hal Tidrick Dan Tieman Darren Tillis ... Wayman Tisdale To Back to top Mike Todorovich Ray Tolbert Tom Tolbert ... Raymond Townsend Tr Back to top George Trapp John Trapp Robert Traylor ... Cezary Trybanski Ts Back to top Jake Tsakalidis John Tschogl Lou Tsioropoulos ... Nikoloz Tskitishvili Tu Back to top Al Tucker Anthony Tucker Jim Tucker ... Melvin Turpin Tw Back to top Dave Twardzik Jack Twyman Ty Back to top B.J. Tyler Terry Tyler Charlie Tyra

40. Basketball World Championship
25. Skopje, MKD. Guard. 11. REBRACA, Zeljko. 28. Apatin. Center. 12. tarlac, dragan.27. Novi Sad. Center. 13. DROBNJAK, Predrag. 25. Bijelo Polje. Center. 14. TOMASEVIC,Dejan.
YUGOSLAVIA LAST FIBA COMPETITION: 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES 2000 Olympic Games Team Roster Name Age City of Birth Position BODIROGA, Dejan Zrenjanin Forward DANILOVIC, Predrag Sarajevo, BIH Guard OBRADOVIC, Sasa Belgrade Guard RAKOCEVIC, Igor Belgrade Guard STOJAKOVIC(KINIS), Predrag Slavoska Pozega Forward SCEPANOVIC, Vlado Kolasin, Crna Gora Guard LUKOVSKI, Dragan Skopje, MKD Guard REBRACA, Zeljko Apatin Center TARLAC, Dragan Novi Sad Center DROBNJAK, Predrag Bijelo Polje Center TOMASEVIC, Dejan Belgrade Center JESTRATIJEVIC, Nikola Zemun Center
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