Projected Starters: Macram Ben Romdhane, Mohamed Hadidane
Projected Reserves: Amine Maghrebi, Amine Rzig, Radhouane Slimane, Mehdi Hafsi
Macram Ben Romdhane is the Tunisian Kevin Garnett. He has a vast amount of potential and can score with ease. The International Basketball Scouting Service gave him five-and-a-half stars out of five stars in the Scoring department.
He is also a great rebounder that can help on the defensive side. Romdhane is a stud and a complete basketball player that will provide some memorable plays in London.
In the 2011 FIBA Africa Championship, he provided a spark plug of 12.7 points and 6.1 rebounds per game.
Mohamed Hadidane is a 6’9” power forward that provides much needed height for the Tunisian squad. He is a big guy that does the dirty work. Having a player that is seen as a half-god by fans is an irreplaceable boon.
“Hamoudi” is one of the best players on Tunisia’s team, and his ball-handling skills are unsurpassed in the nation. Coming out of high school in 2005, many scouts predicted a great feature for Hadidane.
He pulled a LeBron James and skipped college. So far he has all but lived up to the hype. London is an important chance for him to show his talents to the world.