by Paul Nilsen
The Czech Republic have proven to be one of the surprise teams in Napoli having shrugged off successive losses on days one and two of the tournament to turn things around and secure an unlikely quarter-final spot.
While their fairytale run towards next years World U17 Championships and even a medal has now ended, FIBA Europe caught up with star guard Tereza Vyoralova for 24 seconds.
FIBA Europe: What was the last film that you saw?
Vyoralova: I watched Pelisky which is a Czech movie
FIBA Europe: If you were only allowed to visit one website for the rest of your life what would it be?
Vyoralova: I would always choose the facebook web-site!
FIBA Europe: What is your favourite memory on the court and also off the court?
Vyoralova: My favourite memory on the court is my last second score at the end of the game in the match with Lithuania.
FIBA Europe: What do you miss most about being away from home and what is the one thing that you can not do without?
Vyoralova: The thing that I miss most is my family because I can't live without them
|When Tereza Vyoralová takes off from being her team's leader in points, rebounds and steals she enjoys surfing the web on her facebook site|
FIBA Europe: Who is your idol and if you could change places with anybody in the world for one day who would it be?
Vyoralova: My idol is Spain star Amaya Valdemoro but I would not like to change places with anybody!
FIBA Europe: If you were invisible for one day what would you do?
Vyoralova: I don't like the thought of being invisible, I always like to be visible!
FIBA Europe: What do you enjoy most when you are on court?
Vyoralova: Scoring and stealing the ball
FIBA Europe: Have you got any pre-game rituals?
Vyoralova: No, I haven't!
FIBA Europe: What is your favourite food?
Vyoralova: My favourite food is pasta an pizza
FIBA Europe : What does basketball mean to you?
Basketball is my biggest love. I am a basketball player and I couldn't imagine my life without it!