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Group C EuroBasket 2017 Odds

Who wins group C at the EuroBasket 2017?

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Romania will be the co-host of the upcoming European championship. And one exciting group will be located in this country.

Probably one of the best generations in the history of Europe, Spain, one of the most talented right now Croatia, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Romania will provide us with several fantastic games.

We're going to try to predict the final standings in the group C and give you some insights about these teams.

Spain is coming to this championship as the biggest favorites. There is an uncertainty weather will Pau Gasol appear. But even without him, the Spaniards have a terrifying team. Sergio Lull, Marc Gasol, Rudy Fernandez, young NBA prospects Hernangomez brothers, Alex Abrines and many other players are still guaranteeing at least a medal for this team.

The Spanish team is trying to perform a painless transition of the team, and as we previously said, even in this situation they are the biggest favorites for the gold medal.

Meanwhile, the Croatian team already made its transition, and after several years and many competitions in which they were just the rising force, it seems that, finally, this team has everything needed to win a medal.

They hadn't achieved such a thing since 1995 when they won the bronze medal in Greece.

The only problem for this squad is the fact that they do not have a quality playmaker, and they are yet filled with talent on all other positions.

Bojan Bogdanovic will be the leader of this team, and his best support, Dario Saric. Philadelphia 76ers rookie was outstanding in his first year in NBA, and proved that he would be one of the stars of the league in the upcoming years.

Also, the Croatians have enormous talent under the rim. Ivica Zubac, LA Lakers prospect and Dragan Bender, the 4th overall pick for Phoenix Suns are two guys who already won the U19  World Championship, which means they have winning habits. The only problem for Croatia is the fact that they do not have a proper point guard. That is the weak point of this generation.

Montenegro has big ambitions from this tournament. Advancing to the next phase is a must for this national team.

Nikola Vucevic, the leader of the team and Orlando Magic center, who was averaging a double-double throughout the last year, will be one of the dominant forces in this championship.

Tyrese Rice will be the second leader, and this American with Montenegrin passport could form a good duo with the Orlando Magic superstar.

The Czech Republic is an exciting team. Tomas Satoransky is still unclear for this campaign, but if he appears this team will have a solid roll. Along with Jan Vesely and Blake Schilb, the Czechs will advance to the next stage, and make many problems for all teams there.

Romania and Hungary will look to avoid the last place in this group. The biggest name among Hungarians is Barcelona's shooting guard Adam Hanga, while the Romanians have Malcolm Armstead from Istanbul.

Projected standings after the end of the first round:

Spain, Croatia, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania.