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| EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Nando De Colo- Jan.19, 2015 (by Fersu)|
Nando De Colo (196-SG-87) performed well against Anadolu Efes last week was selected Euroleague MVP of the week also. He made his first step into the basketball scene with the hands of coach Erman Kunter . After his succesfull adventure in NBA with Spurs and Raptors, he signed with Euroleague powerhouse CSKA Moscow. After his injuries he began to perform well and now he becomes the nightmare for the opponents' defense. 1.How did you start to play basketball? Do you remember your first ga... [read more]
Nando De Colo (196-SG-87) performed well against Anadolu Efes last week was selected Euroleague MVP of the week also. He made his first step into the basketball scene with the hands of coach Erman Kunter . After his succesfull adventure in NBA with Spurs and Raptors, he signed with Euroleague powerhouse CSKA Moscow. After his injuries he began to perform well and now he becomes the nightmare for the opponents' defense.
1.How did you start to play basketball? Do you remember your first game as a Pro?
I was five years old when I started to play basketball in a club, but also all my family played basketball, my mother, my father and 3 sisters. The first game in Cholet when I was 19 years old but I do not remember exactly because I played just a few minutes. But after they changed the coach, coach Kunter came and my first real game when I got more than 15-20 minutes was against Rennes.
2.Who was your basketball idol when you were a youngester?
When I started to watch games I think they were more women games because of two older sisters, I followed them. But after I started to follow Cholet they got DeRon Hayes, an American player, he was my idol and I had a chance to play with him in Cholet for one year also. For NBA my idol was Scottie Pippen, the guy who can do everything on the court.
3.You worked together with coach Kunter for 3 seasons in Cholet. How could you tell the relationship between you and the coach?
We can say that my Pro career started with him. When he came, it was not his team and he said that "everybody must be ready for the practise and I will do with my way." Then I continued to work hard and got back my minutes. He has a confidence with me so it was good for me and also he trusted me. And I always remember him as my first coach in my Pro career.
4.You had good times with Spurs in NBA. We know it is one of the greatest basketball organisations in the world. How could you describe your experiences there?
I don't know all the teams in the world but for me Spurs is the best organisation. They are really professional, they know what they do and they have a really good coach managing the team for 18 years. They built something really amazing. They took care everything for you, you could only think about basketball.
5.I think you are very lucky that you had a chance to work with Greg Popovich. What was his effects for the improvement of your game and personality?
He is a great coach and everybody know that but when you are playing for him you really understand clearly how good he is. Because he knows everything about basketball and he tries to teach them to every player. He is like a father for the players because everyday he talked with every single player and took care each of them. That's great because you don't see that for most of the teams. And one of the most important things for the coach is he acts samely to every player, you can be the rookie or Tim Duncan, if you make a mistake he will let you know :)
6.You also played in ACB league,probably the best league in Europe, for Valencia and could you please tell the main differences between European basketball and NBA as a player?
First of all the game is stronger in NBA. And the game is so faster in NBA also you do not scare to shoot the ball in the first seconds when you are in NBA. But in Europe most of the teams want to use their offense time likely to the end of 24 seconds. And one of the most differences is the defence. In NBA generally 1-1 defense is much more important so you can find a lot of spaces to drive into but in Europe there will a help coming faster and there is a lot of complicated team defenses. But some teams like Spurs, they have also good organisations in team defense, they do not rely on just 1-1 defense.
7.On last summer you were one of the hottest players in the transfer market and you choosed to sign with CSKA Moscow. So what were the reasons of your choice?
At the beginning of the summer I wasn't ready to come back to Europe, I wanted to be in NBA with the Raptors because at the end of season we talked and agreed with team about my minutes and their system. Then CSKA made an offer to my agent and we started to talk with the coach and the president. In this moment of my career I need to play so I know that when I come back to Europe they know me and how to use me. And even the Raptors wanted me to stay, I couldn't know if I can play a lot or not. At the end CSKA is in the Euroleague also one of the big candidates for the championship and they have a great roster so I choosed them.
8.We see that there is a great team chemistry in CSKA now, so what can you tell about the team and the leadership of coach Itoudis?
We have great players and every day we try to work to make the team better together. And now for the moment we are on the good way, we need to keep this mind. Everything is good with the coach. He is a young coach and he trusts everybody in the team. When you want to say something it is easy to talk with him. This is great.
9.Who do you think will be the most challenging opponent for CSKA Moscow's road to the Euroleague Championship and also in top 16 group for now?
All the teams are very good. I think the most important part was we need to think our game. We should stick together and every day every match we should do our bests to win.
10.We know you as a dangerous offensive weapon in your career. So who was the best defender against you in your Europe career?
I think it was not just a player. Sometimes there is an opponent against you that makes the team defense really good and then it is more difficult to play your game so you need to help your team using different ways every night. But it is good for me that I can shoot, pas or penetrate, I can help my team to find the solution.
11.Who was the most enjoyable player you played with in your career as a teammate?
It is not easy to play against Milos Teodosic so I prefer him as a teammate :) He is a really good player, he can shoot from anywhere that is tough, he knows to play and he is so clever. Also playing against Tony Parker is really difficult so I am playing together with him in the national team :) but they are totally different players. Parker is playing with his speed and Teodosic is a more asistant guy, he likes to shoot but Parker is a real penetrator, his second option is shooting. Teodosic is a more shooting guy and after drive he likes to pas the ball. His asist abilities are better. So I can use their differences to improve my game also.
12.Who is your favorite team in NBA?
I follow every French guys in NBA but I don't have a favorite team. This season is very tough to predict the champion also becasuse Warriors are playing really good but they are young we will see how they can act in playoffs. Now Spurs are not good at the moment but they have got a lot of experienced players and in playoffs they can go higher. Cavs are not good at the moment but we never know maybe in two months they will start to play very good.
13.Could you please tell your best five in Euroleague?
14.Up to this point you played as a shooting guard mostly in CSKA, is it suitable for you or you prefer to play as a point guard?
I can play 2 and 1. Sometimes I play like the point guard but not lot of times in the game. So this is good for me, starts with the 2 and then sometimes to take the ball to the offense like 1.
15.What do you think about France's chance in Eurobasket 2015?
We have the title to defend and we will play our group games in France, it will be good for everybody. I think it will be tough for the coach to choose 12 players because we have got great players and I think all of them want to be there. It will be very exciting.
16.You have to develop what aspects of your game?
I try to develop everything every day. Game by game you have to develop other things, maybe something is important for this game but something different is important for the other game. After every game I try to find some improvement points for me.
17.What are your happiest and saddest moments in your career?
The Gold Medal with the France national team in Eurobasket 2013 was the happiest moment of my carrier. Ooooof I try not to remember this one :) I think the lost to Spain in the Olympic games. That was bad because I think we were ready we just missed 5 minutes.
| EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with Banvit Bandirma's coach Zoran Lukic- Jan.18, 2015 (by Fersu)|
He qualified Nizhny Novgorod to Russian SPL and created a team on th Euroleague level.Yes I am talking about the coach of Banvit Bandirma, Zoran Lukic . With his love and passion about basketball he is trying to make Banvit a better team. He said that team chemistry is very important for him and his goal is to complete the puzzle by getting together experienced players with talented youngesters but he added that it is a difficult process. He is also the coach of Asian Team in 2015 TBL All... [read more]
He qualified Nizhny Novgorod to Russian SPL and created a team on th Euroleague level.Yes I am talking about the coach of Banvit Bandirma, Zoran Lukic . With his love and passion about basketball he is trying to make Banvit a better team. He said that team chemistry is very important for him and his goal is to complete the puzzle by getting together experienced players with talented youngesters but he added that it is a difficult process. He is also the coach of Asian Team in 2015 TBL All-Star game and he coached a allstar team first time in Russian SPL. He answered my questions in a warm and straight way.
1.We generally have seen you on the bench as an angry, driven and insistent person. Are you a person like that on your special life also?
This is my character, that's me. I am putting a lot of emotions during the game because you are spending time with the players and trying them to improve their game, everything. And of course sometimes the coach is not happy about what's happening on the court. Sometimes there is a lot of feedbacks like, 'you can more control yourself and feelings'. But I don't want to change myself. Also in my special life I am always straight and open.
2.What are your hobbies?
I have a family with 4 kids but unforutanely this year they are not with me here because we could not find a proper school for the kids, they are staying in Belgrade. I missed them a lot.You know that basketball is the first thing in my life but the second thing I can say that flying with planes. I have gold cards for all the flying companies :) If I am not tall like that maybe now flying would be the first thing in my life. But in Russia I had a chance to fly with Russian MIG-29 also and I really enjoyed with that. I can't say that it is a hobbie because it is much more expensive for a hobby, you can not fly every day :) There is a lot of people that will be nervous on the plane but I am not like them oppositely I enjoyed it.
3.How did you start to work as a coach? What were the main factors that forwarded you to be a coach, were there any important person/people that made you this choice?
The basketball is my life and my big love also. I had to stop playing basketball because of some injuries in 23 and also I figured that I couldn't be a player on the top level. If I am doing something I want to do it on the best level if I can not I will definetely change my direction. After 1,5 year I figured that I love this game so much, I love my job and not doing it for just survival with passion also. So I took some advices from my friends and also from coach Ivkovic. I had one big talk with him and he gave me some advices and I decided to 'get back to the basketball' as a coach:) But it was a very friendly and open talk, I tried to find what I want. And of course when you had an opportunity to talk with that kind of coach who is probably the best coach in the Europe, it was easier to decide what I wanted.
4.I know that you worked as assistant coach in Indian national team in 2006. So I think it was a very interesting experience for you. Could you please tell about these days to me a little bit?
I was a head coach of Indian national team but they had another person which was in front me and they called him as the national coach. And I was the guy who was working with the team and also in the some national tournaments. Then after six months I got an offer to start to work in Russia in a coaching programme of CSKA Moscow. And India was an interesting experience for me, the country was trying to open to basketball in that period and more or less we did our best together. The cricket is their first sport and also you know that they try to make some moves to improve their football league also now. Their economy are growing and I think they are open for every opportuntiy not just sports.
5.How did your relationship with Nizhny Novgorod start first?
When I was coaching the team of CSKA Moscow's youngesters between 16-18 years, we were working together with Sergei Panov, ex-national team player who also spend one season in 1993-94 with Yildirim in Turkey and he got a invitation from Nizhny president for the GM role. They try to develop the basketball in Nizhny, They had a good basketball culture but not on the high level and they wanted to put the team on a higher level so Sergei Panov also invited me for the head coach job. So together with him we went to Novgorod. We had open and good talk with the management and their philosphy was quite good for me, as you see still working now, and the key thing for them was they didn't want everything on now. They want to develop everything, infrastructere, the team etc by not just putting extremely big money to the club and also they try to get the result.
6.You worked with Novgorod for 5,5 years and you created a good team. I think one of the best moments in your career that your qualification to Russian SPL in your first seaon, 2009-2010. Could you please tell that moment?
Yes I made good things for the team but that was not only my creation. It was very important for the position pf GM who really understood and knew his job, he helped me and understood what I wanted then. We understood each other in the most of situations and of course there was some problems like everything in the life and even in the love :) When I came to the team first time I had missed the first part of the season so I prepared the team for the next season in the second division. But in the second year our goal was to qualify for the Russia SPL. I honestly can say that that times were difficult for me because that was my first years as a head coach so I was also developing myself. We had just two experienced players and the others were so young. This was always the philosophy of Nizhny; supporting and giving chances to the young players. And that was a really good success story.
7.And are there any important turning points in your career for you?
Of course the results are showing the quality of a coach but for me the best thing that satisfy a coach is developing his young players into a higher level and I am happy that there is some players form Nizhny Novgorod can do like that. For example Semen Antonov, he has been the captain of Nizhny for 2 years. I found and took him from the last team of the second division then I think 2008-09 season. He has a great character, worked really hard and grew as a good player that took the Olympic Bronze Medal. I think that can be the toppest level for a player. I am really happy for him and proud of him probaby like a father, and I think this was one of my career's turning points. Raising a young player from the beginning, watching and helping his growth to the toppest level I think the most satisfied thing in a coach's career.
8.You had got another one year in your contract with Novgorod last season, but this summer you choosed to be with Banvit. What were your reasons about that choice?
That's my choice because I had knew that it was the time to make a change in my career. There were also other offers and different terms but I thought that Banvit is the similar club to Novgorod and I can achive some good things there. My departure from Novgorod was not about money definetely. There was also some other problems that are really confidential for me and I needed a change in my career, that's all. By the way I had approximately 6 years in Novgorod so of course it was very difficult to leave from the club.
9.Till that time of the season you think that Banvit have started to play Lukic's basketball yet or not?
I can say that it is too early to talk about "Lukic's basketball". Of course I try to putting something about my philosophy of the basketball. For me it is more important that they have to start playing good basketball on approximately February, final of the Turkish cup. Then we will have come to a point to understand each other. I am not happy of the team that they are trying to play. If they are extrelemy good in the beginning of the season also this is not a good sign cause I have that kind of experience. We lose one of the most important players, Mejia in the Eurocup for three games, it was also a bad influence to the team and a new player Jimmy Baron is with us, it is not easy. We try to handle the situation. I think everythings gonna be okey.
10.You have got a lot of talented young players in the team like, Tolga, Safak and Berkay. So what do young guys mean for you?
As I said you before about Antonov, they are really valuable for me. They are so talented but that's not enough, they should work harder and harder. For example Safak, I gave him opportunity and time on the court in the starting five while Rowland was injured and he showed us that he can be the starting point guard of the team but now Rowland is back and he should learn to play as a bench player,this will be a good experience for him. He is using his time on the right way and I do not want all the young players to put their noses up, they have to stay in the bottom, that's also important. By the way all the young players made extra training sessions except our standart team workouts and which is very good for them. I give them chance to play in the team but they should give something back to the team. I think we are in the good direction and they understand what I want and it is not easy. I think in the future Banvit can count on them.
11.What is the strongest part of Banvit basketball according to their opponents?
I think it was the team created with the players that are together 2-3 years and also some of them are together with 5 years. You can't find a lot of teams like that. You are not changing everything, this is very important. Now we can say that we have experienced players and youngesters, we have to put back this puzzle together and it is not easy. Experienced needs to support youngesters, youngesters need to respect. I really want to build that relation as a team. You can find teams that have great stars but they can not the get the results. So more important is being a team.
12.Could you please tell us the things in Banvit's game that you should improve before Last 32 in Eurocup?
Definetely we have to improve our defense to be much stronger and with that we can beat any opponents. In some situations we are much more soft.
13.What about your new transfer Jimmy Baron, how can you describe him?
Jimmy is a very good shooter and experienced guy, he played in Spain, Italy, Russia and also in here Turkey. He has a good character also. He is not the guy who will take the ball and not give the ball back. He can pass, he can shoot, he understands his role in the team. I think it will be too easy to put him into the system, in the puzzle.
14.If Banvit will make the semi finals in TBL and Last 16 in Eurocup at the end of season, you think that Banvit is successfull or not?
For me it is simple, I want to win every game. Last 16 or TBL semi finals are not important for me. I want to go as long as I can, that should be your philosphy.
15.What about the city and fans for now? Can we say that Lukic become integrated with them?
Yes definetely I can say that. In Turkey not all the clubs have fans with the energy like ours. I want to change the way of thinking "Banvit is a home team". Eveybody says that at home they can beat every team. And also I want to create a team that can win also on the road.
| EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Ryan Broekhoff- Jan.16, 2015 (by Fersu)|
When Ryan Broekhoff (200-F-90, agency: Priority Sports, college: Valparaiso) came to Turkey for Besiktas IF in 2013 summer most of the fans do not know the Australian and they looked at him suspiciously. But especially in the second half of last season and up till now in this season he put a great performance and he got credit from not only Besiktas fans but also all of the basketball fans in Turkey. In addition to his hustle and positive game he also had a strong character. I do not hesi... [read more]
When Ryan Broekhoff (200-F-90, agency: Priority Sports, college: Valparaiso) came to Turkey for Besiktas IF in 2013 summer most of the fans do not know the Australian and they looked at him suspiciously. But especially in the second half of last season and up till now in this season he put a great performance and he got credit from not only Besiktas fans but also all of the basketball fans in Turkey. In addition to his hustle and positive game he also had a strong character. I do not hesistate to tell that he was very warm and friendly in our interview and answer my questions very frankly. He can be an amazing part for any team with both his versatile playing skills and good personality.
1.Are there any differences between Ryan on the court and Ryan in his special life?
Yeah we can say like that. I am relaxed, laid-back and quiet person. But I think I do change a little bit when on the court because I get the competetive side and the emotion of the game.
2.What are your hobbies?
We have not much free times but on the bus trips I like to read books about business and finance especially. It is something that I never studied but it is something actually does interest me. I want to read books about stock market and business models. I like play games on my Ipad and also watch tv shows like Breaking Bad. My girlfriend is with me in Istanbul, we go out and see the city, look around the historical places.
3.I know that your nationality is Australian-Dutch. So could you please describe your family a little bit please? Are there any folks in your family related with basketball?
My father side is Dutch and we came to Australia when I was 2 or 3 years old. And for my mother side, my grandmother was born in Italy. So I part Italian, part Dutch :) I consider myself Australian that I was born and raised. And basketball is always with me, my mother played and my father played and both at pretty high levels for Australia. So that's reason of my passion to this game.
4.What are your favorite places Istanbul?
I love going down along the Bosphorous, Ortakoy and Bebek. And I like to see the Old City, the Mosques because in Australia we haven't got that sort of history.
5.I know that you went to Canakkale also and what were your feelings then?
It was a moving place emotionally. Yes, it is a special place for Australians and I'm very happy to have visited there
6.Do you like any sports rather than basketball?
Australian football is my other favorite sport. I can watch some games on Eurosport but in fact because of the time difference it is very difficult to watch the games.
7.If you have a chance to re-born, will you choose to be a basketball player again or another job?
Maybe I can be a finance guy :) But I love what I am doing for now, I like basketball, I like travelling around world together with doing my job.
8.Who was your idol for basketball when you were a youngester?
When I was a youngester I do not watch a lot of NBA games, of course I knew the big games like Jordan and Bryant but in Australia then Andew Gaze was the biggest name in basketball. By the way when I was 16, Shane Heal was playing professionally in Australia and I had a chance to do a couple workouts with him. He actually kind of putting me under his wings which was very nice.
9.How did you start to play basketball?
Like my mother said that when I was 2 or 3 years old I just went to her games to watch her. And then I was trying to shoot the ball and dribble. She said that I had a passion. And when I was 6 or 7 years old, I started to go and work together with a school team in the weekends which was my aunt was a teacher there. Here is the beginning of my story.
10.You played basketball for Valparaiso, not a well-known college, in NCAA. Can you still get in touch with some of your Valparaiso teammates?
With technology it is easier now. After the season I will be heading back to USA and try to catching up with them and see them. We went through a long journey we were close friends, I do not want to lose that.
11.After you were not drafted in 2013 you got offer from Besiktas so were there any other teams that wanted to sign with you? Why did you choose Besiktas and Turkey?
It is a long way between Australia and Turkey :) I believe they were couple of teams but I can't remember them because my agencis took care of these things. I tried to chooese not just the best offer but also the best living situation and also the opportunity to improve my game. Then my manager explained about the city, the players played before for Besiktas and of course the great fans and these were the main reasons for me to choose Besiktas. I also got in touch with Brad Newley, you know the ex-Besiktas player, he heard that I will sign with Besiktas. He told me some places to go, things to see and told me a little bit about the club. He said that Besiktas is a big community club, has great fans. He said that football is the most important sport in Turkey but the fans also like basketball too, that was really helpfull. He is one of the most experienced and respectful players in European basketball so his advices were really important for me.
12.We know you as a tenacious 1-1 defender. Who was the best opponent that you have to defend in TBL?
Matt Walsh did play great against us, we can't got it. That's the one sticks into my mind. He was the toughest matchup on that day.
13.Which player in your career that you enjoyed to play with mostly?
It's tough, I got a lot of teammates that can read this :) Captain Muratcan Guler, in my first year he just knew what to say when we were going through hard times, he always plays hard and smart and does everthing for the team and I really I respected him for that.
14.How could you describe your relationship with coach Kandemir?
Right now it is really good. In my first year, we had some ups and downs but now we are getting to know each other on and off the court. He got more patience with me on my second year. He really helps me to develop my game and I really thank him for that.
15.Who is your best friends in the team now?
Ooooo another tough one :) I always get along with the Americans probably more because obviously English is our first language we are all overseas without our families so we spend time together doing things outside of basketball. It's usually that we hang up as a group.
16.What is your favorite team and player in NBA?
I follow the scores but I do not follow one team. I have to go with the Spurs, two Australians are there, Mills and Baynes. I spent last summer wit Aron as room mates so we know each other very well. And I can say that my favorite player is Aron Baynes.
17.And the best five for Euroleague?
Teodosic-Navarro-Fernandez-Bjelica-Tomic but that is really difficult infact because they are a lot good players these are the ones that I remember firstly :)
18.What are your predictions about last 32 in Eurocup?
It is a tough group and we should win all of our home games and we should steal some away games, but we made our work more difficult after these results.
19.And what are your thoughts about Besiktas's championship chance for this season in TBL?
Till now I see that we can play and compete against any team in the league. We played against Anadolu Efes and Fenerbahce on away but next half the fixture will turn around, we will have chance to get a win from them on our home.
20.What were your feelings when you were the opponents with Turkey in World Cup?
It was really good on the court during the game. Kerem was on the team I get to know him as a teammate from Besiktas and most of the players are my opponents in TBL. It was very tough game and obviously wasn't the best ending from the my point of view. It was really good to play against these guys. They see me every week and know my game really much so it was a difficult game for me.
21.Could you summarise your basketball with just 3 words?
Hustle, Love, Competitive
22.What are the parts of your game that should improve?
There is obviously a lot of parts that I should improve. Probably the big ones are ball handling and decision making. To get into the lane on offense and finding the best option. I am doing that in some games but not doing in others. I should find the consistency.
23.What are your happiest and saddest moments in your career?
The happiest one was my first game in the World Championship in last summer. Also to be in the starting five made me very happy. I didn't know I could make the team. I went for the tryouts and I was one of the last few to make the squad, then I worked really hard and I represented my country also in starting five in a big international tournament. And probably the saddest moment was losing to Turkey in the same tournament.
24.This summer your contract will expire and we know that the negotiations are still going but can we say some good news to the fans that you will be here at least for the next season?
The negotiations are going between my agency and the management and I think we are getting to a point. Both sides are getting quite comfortable with the contract. Nothing is signed at this point but we are definetely in a good way. I love playing for this club, being in stanbul so it will be my pleasure to play again for Besiktas also the next seasons.
25.What is Ryan's objectives on his career, NBA or Euroleague?
I think every basketball player has the big dream to play basketball in NBA so it is definetly something that I'd love to give a really good shot if it happens and happens if it doesn't at least I have tried. I want to improve myself hopefully to help Besiktas, keep rising up and get back to the Euroleague. That will be perfect scnenario to play with Besiktas in Euroleague. That will be one of my goals.
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