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Eurocup 2005-2006 - Men Basketball


Play-Off bracket
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FIBA EuroCup Standings
Group I
1. BC Kyiv 4-2
2. Dyn.St.P. 3-3
3. Fenerbahce 3-3
4. Nymburk 2-4
Group J
1. Maroussi 5-1
2. Köln 4-2
3. V.Vision 2-4
4. Dynamo MR 1-5
Group K
1. Lok.Rostov 4-2
2. M.Hainaut 4-2
3. Slask 2-4
4. Zadar 2-4
Group L
1. Joventut 4-2
2. Khimky 4-2
3. Azovmash 4-2
4. AEL 0-6

FIBA EuroCup
Stats Leaders
Points
1.El-Amin, Azovm. 19,8
2.Mrsic, Fenerbah. 19,7
3.Kambala, Fener. 17.3
4.Morgunov, D.MR 17.2
5.Lloreda, Rostov, 16.8
Rebounds
1.Lloreda, Rostov, 11.5
2.Stewart, Cantu, 10.4
3.Hess, Nymburk, 7.8
4.Gacevski, Zadar, 7.5
5.Fletcher, Slask 7.4
Assists
1.Whitfield, Nymb. 5.8
2.Bennett, Joventut, 5.5
3.Smith, Dyn. MR, 5.4
4.Milicic, Dexia, 4.5
5.Askrabic, St.Peters, 3.9

Eliminations
Group A
1. Dyn.St.P. 6-0
2. Azovmash 3-3
3. Cholet 2-4
4. CSU Asesoft 1-5
Group B
1. Koln 4-2
2. G.Canaria 3-3
3. Zadar 3-3
4. Leuven 2-4
Group C
1. M.Hainaut 4-2
2. V.Vision 3-3
3. Siauliai 3-3
4. Nancy 2-4
Group D
1. Khimky 5-1
2. Nymburk 4-2
3. Nahariya 3-3
4. Gmunden 0-6
Group E
1. AEL 5-1
2. Fenerbahce 5-1
3. PAOK 1-5
4. BC Kalev 1-5
Group F
1. Slask 4-2
2. Maroussi 4-2
3. MPC/Capitals 2-4
4. Hap.T-A 2-4
Group G
1. Lok.Rostov 5-1
2. BC Kyiv 5-1
3. Barons/LU 1-5
4. Bonn 1-5
Group H
1. Joventut 5-1
2. Dynamo MR 4-2
3. Hap.G.Elyon 2-4
4. Gravelines 1-5
Check also WOMEN Eurocup 2005-2006


Erwin Dudley was the MVP of the All-Star Game (Photo: FIBA)
 
Rudy Fernandez is Final Four MVP (Photo: FIBA)

DKV Joventut Badalona  2005-06


Reneses


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Bennett Elmer 183 (6'0'') G 70

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Betts Andrew 216 (7'1'') C 77

11

Barton Lubos 200 (6'7'') F/G 80

12

Young Jesse 207 (6'10'') C 80

5

Fernandez Rudy 197 (6'6'') G 85

16

Flis Dimitri 204 (6'9'') C 84

15

Mumbru Alex 201 (6'7'') F 79

12

Archibald Robert Jr. 211 (6'11'') C/F 80

19

Norel Henk 210 (6'11'') F/C 87

4

Huertas 'Marcelinho' 191 (6'3'') G 83

14

Ribas Pau 182 (6'0'') G 87

32

Rubio Ricard 189 (6'3'') G 90

9

Vazquez F. 190 (6'3'') G 74
Head Coach: Reneses Garcia Aito
Assistant: Alonso Alfonso

Eurobasket.com All-FIBA EuroCup Awards 2005-06 - May 2, 2006

All-FIBA EuroCup 1st Team 2005-06
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Player of the Year
- Jaime Lloreda (201-F-80) (Lokomotiv Rostov na Donu)
Guard of the Year - Rudy Fernandez (197-G-85) (DKV Joventut Badalona)
Forward of the Year - Kelly McCarty (201-F-75) (Dynamo St.Petersburg)
Center of the Year - Kebu Stewart (204-C-73) (Vertical Vision Cantu)
Import Player of the Year - Oscar Torres (195-F/G-76) (BC Khimky Moscow)
Domestic Player of the Year - Damir Mrsic (188-G-70) (Fenerbahce Istanbul)
Defensive Player of the Year - Roderick Blakney (181-G-76) (Maroussi Honda Athens)
Coach of the Year - Garcia Aito Reneses (DKV Joventut Badalona)

1st Team
Roderick Blakney (Maroussi Honda Athens)
Rudy Fernandez (DKV Joventut Badalona)
Kelly McCarty (Dynamo St.Petersburg)
Jaime Lloreda (Lokomotiv Rostov na Donu)
Kebu Stewart (Vertical Vision Cantu)

2nd Team
Damir Mrsic (Fenerbahce Istanbul)
LaMarr Greer (196-G-76) (BC Kyiv)
Oscar Torres (BC Khimky Moscow)
Kaspars Kambala (206-C-78) (Fenerbahce Istanbul)
Nikita Morgunov (211-F-75) (Dynamo Moscow Region)

All-Domestic Players Team
Gianmarco Pozzecco (185-G-72) (BC Khimky Moscow)
Andrius Giedraitis (196-F-73) (Dynamo Moscow Region)
Lubos Barton (200-F/G-80) (DKV Joventut Badalona)
Ognjen Askrabic (207-C/F-79) (Dynamo St.Petersburg)
Todor Gecevski (209-C-77) (KK Zadar)

All-Imports Team
Khalid El-Amin (178-G-79) (Azovmash Mariupol)
Marcus Hatten (186-G-80) (Hapoel Tel-Aviv)
Kevin Houston (193-G/F-76) (Dexia Mons-Hainaut)
Kevin Fletcher (207-C-80) (Slask Wroclaw)
Ruben Wolkowisky (207-C-73) (BC Khimky Moscow)

All-Defensive Team
Roderick Blakney (Maroussi Honda Athens)
Stevin Smith (186-G-72) (Dynamo Moscow Region)
Kelly McCarty (Dynamo St.Petersburg)
Radoslav Rancik (207-F/C-79) (CEZ Nymburk)
Marcin Gortat (213-C-84) (RheinEnergie Koln)



  Joventut with the title!
BC Khimky Moscow - DKV Joventut Badalona 63-88 (12-15, 18-28, 22-26, 11-19)
“It´s important because we are starting to become a good team again in Spain and in Europe and a win here would really show that we have returned to the top,” said Spanish coach Aito Garcia about possibility of EuroCup's victory in Kyiv. This evening Joventut came back atop of European Cup and they could again celebrate their victory and cut down the nets. Spanish side trashed BC Khimky 63-88. It was first European title for team from Badalona since 1994 when they won EuroLeague. Both teams played twice in 2nd group round of EuroCup. Khimki prevailed 95-66 in Russia and then DKV came back and won on their home court, 83-67. Today Joventut 2nd time this season beat Russian side and made a dream of the entire city of Badalona. After first quarter when they led 12-15, DKV ruled floor at Sports Palace in Kyiv, soaring to a 30-43 halftime lead and never looking back.
Lubos Barton (200-F/G-80, college: Valparaiso) came off the bench and was almost flawless behind the arc finishing with 18 points (5/6 3-pointers). Rudy Fernandez (197-G-85) boosted Joventut with 17 points and 6 rebounds. Naturalized Italian 'Marcelinho' Huertas (191-G-83, agency: Edge Sports) also finished thea game with double figures scored 14 points. Veteran Elmer Bennett (183-G-70, college: Notre Dame) led Spanish playmaking with 6 assists. Joventut made an incredible 56% of its threes (15 for 27). Khimki could not keep up from the 2nd quarter, but had a good game out of Melvin Booker (185-G-72, college: Missouri), with game-high 20 points.


  FIBA All-Star Game 2006
Europeans - Rest of the World 97-89
Thanks to a late 15-4 run the Rest of the World took the win in the 3rd FIBA All-Star Game. MVP Marcus Hatten (186-G-80) scored 17 points and helped his team reach the victory.
"I want to thank the fans and organizers for making this night possible," said the World team's Jarod Stevenson, who scored eight points. "The fans supported us even though they didn't really know us and we appreciate that." Hatten, the leading scorer during the EuroCup, scored 17 points in 18 minutes of play to lead the World in scoring. "It was a nice break to play in this game after the season and we enjoyed our time," Hatten said. Gianmarco Pozzecco (185-G-72) scored 11 points for the Europeans. "It is nice to be a part of this," said Pozzecco. "I had the opportunity to meet up with old friends and make new friends"said the Italian. Cypriot star Giorgos Palalas of AEL played 10 minutes and scored 2 points.
Amazing entertaiment
The fans at the "Spyros Kyprianou" stadium enjoyed a great entertainment show. Singers Kalomoira, Maro Litra, Giorgos Lianos and Giorgos Christou from Greece that are pretty popular in Cyprus performed for the crowd. The overweight group Madators of the Chicago Bulls gave many laughs to the fans while the dunking exhibitions by the Slamnation and the Crazy Dunkers amazed the fans!
Three-point competition
Jarod Stevenson (200-F-75) won a thrilling three-point competition after facing Gianmarco Pozzecco (185-G-72) in the final. The two players made it to the final round with 18 points and in the final Pozzecco went first and scored 18. Stevenson had 17 with the two point ball remaining. His final shot hit the net and gave him the title. "I knew I was close and when I came to the final rack I knew I had a chance to get 18 or more," Stevenson said. Stevenson kept his hand extended as his final shot was released and then celebrated his three-point shootout victory with teammates. "I knew when the final shot left my hand it was good," Stevenson said and continued "My wife told me that I would win it before we got here, so I am happy to make her prediction come true."
Successful organizing
At the end of the event Nar Zanolin of FIBA Europe told the president of the committee Michael Loizides : "If you want it next year, it's yours" proving that AEL and Cyprus did a great job organizing the All-Star Day.
Periods: 24-31, 41-47, 75-76, 89-97
Europe: Einikis 10 (2), Loncar 12 (2), Aleksic 6, Jomantas 5 (1), Palalas 2, Pozzecco 11 (1), Eliyahu 10, Mrsic 9 (3), Burlacu 3, Kambala 21
Rest of the World: El-Amin 14 (2), Hatten 17 (1), Greer 13 (3), McCarty 9 (1), Torres 11 (1), Dickel, McGowan 8, King, Stevenson 8, Wolkowisky 6, Harris 5 (1), Ferron 6.

Europe:
Gintaras Einikis (208-C-69) of CEZ Basketball Nymburk (CZE)
Kresimir Loncar (210-F-83) of BC Kyiv (UKR)
Kaspars Kambala (206-C-78) of Fenerbahce Istanbul (TUR)
Lior Eliyahu (204-F-85) of Hapoel Galil Elyon (ISR)
Arturas Jomantas (202-G/F-85) of BC Siauliai (LTU)
Vladimir Veremeenko (207-F-84) of Dynamo St.Petersburg (RUS)
Guards:
Damir Mrsic (191-G-70) of Fenerbahce Istanbul (TUR)
Milutin Aleksic (202-F-82) of EKA AEL Limassol (CYP)
Gianmarco Pozzecco (185-G-72) of BC Khimky Moscow (RUS)
Rudy Fernandez (197-G-85) of DKV Joventut Badalona (ESP)
Alexandros Kuritsis (195-G-82) of Maroussi Honda Athens (GRE)
Costas Vasiliadis (200-G/F-84) of PAOK Marfin Thessaloniki (GRE)
 
Rest of the World:
Centers:
Jaime Lloreda (203-F/C-80) of Lokomotiv Rostov na Donu (RUS)
Ruben Wolkowyski (206-C-73) of BC Khimky Moscow (RUS)
Forwards:
Jarod Stevenson (200-F-75) of Fenerbahce Istanbul (TUR)
Kelly McCarty (201-F-75) of Dynamo St.Petersburg (RUS)
Glen McGowan (206-F-81) of RheinEnergie Koln (GER)
Michael Harris (198-F-83) of BC Kyiv (UKR)
Guards:
Marcus Hatten (186-G-80) of Hapoel Tel-Aviv (ISR)
Khalid El-Amin (178-G-79) of Azovmash Mariupol (UKR)
Mark Dickel (187-G-76) of Lokomotiv Rostov na Donu (RUS)
Phill Jones (196-G-74) of Vertical Vision Cantu (ITA)
Frankie King (186-G-72) of EKA AEL Limassol (CYP)
LaMarr Greer (196-G-76) of BC Kyiv (UKR)

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