David Hein's Eye On The Future   David Hein's Eye on the Future

Walk into the media tribune of any major basketball event and there's a good chance you will come across David Hein. Having covered dozens of FIBA events, including numerous women's and youth events, there are few players Dave doesn't know about, and few players who don't know him. His sporting curiosity means he is always looking to unearth something new and a little bit special. David Hein's Eye on the Future is a weekly column digging out the freshest basketball talent worldwide and assessing what the basketball landscape will look like a couple of years down the line.
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David-Hein-Column 24/04/2014 Cheeseball alert at 2014 Albert Schweitzer Tournament REGENSBURG (David Hein's Eye on the Future) - Every youth basketball tournament offers a chance for observers to learn about new players or judge the improvement or regression of players they already  more »
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David-Hein-Column 17/04/2014 Albert Schweitzer Tournament welcomes world’s best to Germany REGENSBURG (David Hein's Eye on the Future) - Every two years at Easter time, the world of basketball witnesses a special youth event. And this weekend sees the tip-off of the 2014 Albert Schweitzer  more »
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David-Hein-Column 10/04/2014 Kentucky ready for more one-and-dones REGENSBURG (David Hein's Eye on the Future) - Hopefully you got to enjoy them while you could because Kentucky fans - and the rest of the basketball world - will likely have seen the last of Julius  more »
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David-Hein-Column 03/04/2014 Nike Hoop Summit World team heavy on high schoolers REGENSBURG (David Hein's Eye on the Future) - The World Select Team was released this week for the 2014 Nike Hoop Summit and the international squad is noticeably heavy on players from North American  more »
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David-Hein-Column 27/03/2014 Will "Incompletion" lead to Parker staying at Duke? REGENSBURG (David Hein's Eye on the Future) - "Incompletion" means something is missing. And that was the word Jabari Parker used after Duke were upset 78-71 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament  more »
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David-Hein-Column 20/03/2014 March Madness - and its internationals - are finally upon us again REGENSBURG (David Hein's Eye on the Future) - Thursdays in late March have a special meaning for the basketball world. And this Thursday ends the long wait for the start of the 2014 edition of 'March  more »
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David-Hein-Column 13/03/2014 Euroleague makes solid choices in four NIJT wild cards REGENSBURG (David Hein's Eye on the Future) - The eight-team field for the 2014 Nike International Junior Tournament (NIJT) finals at the Euroleague Final Four is set as the four wild cards were  more »
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David-Hein-Column 06/03/2014 Spain youngster Diop taking step in Euroleague REGENSBURG (David Hein's Eye on the Future) - Glancing through the boxscore of Laboral Kuxta's Euroleague game against Unicaja Malaga, one name stuck out. Sure, the Basque club made headlines about  more »
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David-Hein-Column 27/02/2014 Stojanovic helps Crvena Zvezda get back to NIJT Finals REGENSBURG (David Hein's Eye on the Future) - For the fourth straight year, Crvena Zvezda Telekom Belgrade - more commonly known as Red Star - won the Belgrade Nike International Junior Tournament to  more »
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David-Hein-Column 20/02/2014 Fourth NIJT ticket up for grabs this weekend in Belgrade REGENSBURG (David Hein's Eye on the Future) - The fourth and final Nike International Junior Tournament (NIJT) qualifier tips off this weekend in Belgrade, where the last team will book their  more »
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