Results and Stats from Regular Season Round 8 - Nov 30, 2012
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Real Madrid - Fener.Ulker 77-61 Real struck late and defeated Fenerbahce in the 8th round of Euroleague regular season. Nikola Mirotic (207-F/C-91) posted 18 points and 6 boards to pace the hosts as they climbed at 6-2 record on top of Group A ladder. Fenerbahce slipped at 4-4 record in the standings. Real got to slow start. The visitors pulled ahead in the opening quarter. Fenerhabce recorded a 19:16 lead after ten minutes. Bojan Bogdanovic (203-SG-89) and Andersen gave the visitors a 24:16 lead early in the second quarter. Fenerbahce stayed in front though Real were able to get within 3 points at halftime 36:39. The teams stayed close throughout the third term. Marcus Slaughter (204-C/F-85, college: San Diego St.) capped the period with a dunk to give the hosts a narrow 54:52 lead. Real opened the fourth frame with 10 unanswered points and never looked back en route to the victory. Marcus Slaughter chipped in 12 points and 10 rebounds for Real. Jaycee Carroll and Felipe Reyes netted 10 points apiece in the win. Bojan Bogdanovic answered with 18 points for Fenerbahce. Bo McCalebb and Emir Preldzic contributed 10 points each in the loss.
Panathinaikos - Un.Olimpija 80-72 Panathinaikos Athens overcame Union Olimpija in Greece in Round 8 of EuroLeague. The Greek side grabbed 5-3 record in Group A after an 80:72 victory. The Slovenian team fell at 2-6 record. Panathinaikos Athens was happy to go on 17-11 lead in front of 5000 local fans in O.A.K.A. Arena. Union Olimpija bounced back with 22-18 in the second frame and reduced to 2 points at the halftime. The third period became decisive in the game as the hosts erupted with 27-16 surge and never looked behind after. Union Olimpija won the last period 23-18 but managed to reduce to final 8 points. Roko-Leni Ukic and Marcus Banks (188-G-81, college: UNLV) stepped up with 14 points each, while Stephane Lasme nailed 13. Michael Bramos (197-G/F-87, college: Miami, OH) tossed in 11, whilst Jonas Maciulis had 10. Jaka Blazic finished the game with 17 points in the losing effort and Dino Muric (200-F-90) posted 16. Klemen Prepelic had 11, whilst Aaron Baynes (208-C-86, college: Washington St.) accounted for 7.
Khimky - Cantu 77-53 Khimky made a big step towards EuroLeague Last 16 stage. They knocked down visiting Mapooro Cantu to improve at 5-3 record in Group A. Zoran Planinic and Paul Davis accounted for 14 points each to pace the hosts. Cantu fell at 2-6 record after the loss. Cantu started strong with Manuchar Markoishvili (196-SF-86) orchestrating the show. The Georgian player fired 12 points in the opening quarter as Cantu gained a 24:23 lead. Khimky tipped off the second term with 7 points in a row to surge ahead. They later took control with a 10:1 run and posted a 44:31 halftime lead. Sergey Monya and Vitaliy Fridzon (195-G-85, agency: Alti Sport) made it 52:33 for the hosts early in the third term. Khimky did not slow down and recorded a 62:43 advantage into the final stanza. Khimky never looked back afterwards coasting to the win. Vitaliy Fridzon and Sergey Monya finished with 11 points each for the hosts. Manuchar Markoishvili answered with 16 points for Cantu. Maarten Leunen had 11 points in the loss.
Montepaschi - Unicaja 91-72 Montepaschi Siena outgun Unicaja Malaga in Italy in one of the last games of Round 8 in EuroLeague. The Italian team improved to 5-3 record in Group B. Montepaschi Siena continues their dominance at the International Arena and won the fifth game already. They started the game with 30-20 surge and never looked behind after. The Italian side added 26-20 in the second quarter and led 56:40 at the halftime. Unicaja Malaga managed to win the third period 19-18 and reduced to 15-points entering the last stanza. Montepaschi Siena however produced a 17-13 rally in the last stanza to seal the victory. David Moss (196-F-83, agency: SportsTalent, college: Indiana St.) top-scored for the winners with 13 points and Benjamin Ortner (206-F/C-83, college: Metro St.) tossed in 12. Kristjan Kangur contributed 11, while Aleksandar Rasic (195-PG-84, agency: Beo Basket) and Viktor Sanikidze added 10 each. Luka Zoric answered with 29 points in defeat, while Krunoslav Simon notched 16.
Maccabi T-A - Chalon 78-73 Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv improved to 6-2 record in Group B after a home victory over Elan Chalon. The Israeli Champion grabbed 78:73 victory in front of more than 11000 local fans. Elan Chalon surprised the crowd with 26-24 in the first period and added 17-14 in the second frame. The French representative also scored 17 points in the third quarter but it was not enough for the victory in the frame. Maccabi needed a 20-17 rally in the third period and finished the game with 20-13 in the last stanza. David Logan scored the last point for the winning team. Devin Smith (196-G/F-83, college: Virginia) stepped up with 19 points for the winners and David Logan tossed in 17. Shawn James delivered 10, while Ricky Hickman and Lior Eliyahu added 8 apiece. Brion Rush posted 17 points for the visiting side, while Blake Schilb (200-G/F-83, agency: Z.A.G. - Law Offices, college: Loyola, IL) had 12. Steed Tchicamboud and Shelden Williams (206-F-83, college: Duke) scored 10 points each in the losing effort.
ALBA - Asseco Prok. 67-64 Alba Berlin escape the late scare from Asseco Prokom Gdynia to take 4-4 record in Group B. The German team needed a 67:64 win in Round 8 of EuroLeague. The Polish team fell at 1-7 record at the bottom of the group. Alba Berlin won the first period 15-13 and added 21-15 in the second frame. They also looked better in the third quarter and produced 16-13 rally for 52:41 at the end of 30 minutes. Asseco Prokom Gdynia however erupted with an 8-0 run early in the last period and reduced to 56:53 after Jerel Blassingame shot. Pamula cut it to 63:62 with less than 20 seconds to go, but DaShaun Wood and Zach Morley (203-F-83, college: Wisconsin) were perfect from the free throw line. DaShaun Wood top-scored for the winners with 14 points and Zach Morley notched 13. Deon Thompson delivered 11, while Yassin Idbihi added 10. Rasid Mahalbasic answered with 12 points in the losing effort and Lukasz Koszarek posted 10. Jerel Blassingame and Alex Acker (196-G-83, college: Pepperdine) followed them with 8 points apiece.
Zalgiris - Olympiacos 63-77 Olympiacos Piraeus stole the show from 15000 Arena in Kaunas in EuroLegaue Group C. The Greek side needed a 77:63 to tie both records at 6-2 on top of the group. It was the top game of the group and brought lots of interest even before the start. Olympiacos Piraeus grabbed 21-18 lead after the first 10 minutes and added defensive 10-9 in the second quarter. Zalgiris Kaunas woke up with 23-17 in the third period and Marko Popovic (185-G-82, agency: Alti Sport, college: S.Idaho JC) closed the frame from the three-point line for 50:48. Olympiacos Piraeus meanwhile erupted with 29-13 in the last stanza and sealed the victory. Vassilis Spanoulis stepped up with 16 points and Kostas Papanikolaou netted 13. Josh Powell delivered 10, while Acie Law added 7. Rimantas Kaukenas totaled 17 points in the losing effort, while Paulius Jankunas (205-PF-84, agency: Alti Sport) contributed 11. Tremmell Darden and Marko Popovic scored 7 points each in a loss.
Caja Laboral - EA7 Armani 64-62 Caja Laboral celebrated the second win in EuroLeague season. The Vitoria outfit held off visiting Emporio Armani to gain 2-6 record in Group C. The Italian team slipped at 3-5 record after the defeat. Fernando San Emeterio (198-F/G-84) scored 17 points to pace the hosts. Emporio Armani started strong. The visitors pulled ahead early in the game and posted a 19:14 lead after ten minutes. Emporio Armani went on a 14:0 run midway through the second quarter to build a 35:19 advantage. The visitors enjoyed a 42:28 halftime lead. Caja Laboral turned things around in the third term. They adjusted defensively and held their opponents to 11 points to narrow the margin at 8-point mark. Caja Laboral used a 6:0 spurt midway through the fourth frame to knot things up at 59. Omar-Sharif Cook (188-PG-82, agency: Beo Basket, college: St.John's) put Emporio Armani back in charge with a three-pointer but Fernando San Emeterio responded with his own triple to keep teams drawn. Thomas Huertel followed with a layup as Caja Laboral surged in front with 5 seconds remaining. Basile had a chance to save the game for Emporio Armani but missed a three-pointer. Maciej Lampe provided 14 points and 12 boards, while Thomas Heurtel added 11 points in the win. Keith Langford answered with 16 points for Emporio Armani. Omar-Sharif Cook netted 14 points in defeat.
Cedevita - Anadolu Efes 73-81 Anadolu Efes Istanbul upset Cedevita in Zagreb in the start of Round 8 in EuroLeague. The Turkish side grabbed 81:73 for 5-3 record in Group C. Cedevita meanwhile fell at 2-6 record. Cedevita Zagreb started the game with 24-21 in the first period, but failed later in the game. The guests replied with 23-11 in the second frame and took 44:35 at the halftime. Cedevita Zagreb tied their best to recover in the game and posted 20-15 in the third period to trail 4 points after 30 minutes. Anadolu Efes Istanbul meanwhile needed a 22-18 surge to post the important win. Jordan Farmar (188-PG-86, college: UCLA) top-scored for the winners with 21 points and Sasha Vujacic notched 17. Kerem Gonlum delivered 11, while Semih Erden had 10. Bracey Wright ended up with 24 points in the losing effort and Mickael Gelabale (201-SF-83, agency: Three Eye Sports) posted 18. Luksa Andric tossed in 12, while Vlado Ilievski delivered 7.
Besiktas - FCB Regal 48-78 FC Barcelona Regal claimed the eighth straight win in Euroleague season. The Spanish powerhouse stunned Besiktas in Istanbul tonight. Joe Ingles (203-SF-87, agency: Priority Sports) nailed 22 points to keep Barcelona undefeated. Besiktas fell at 4-4 record after the loss. Barcelona capped the first frame with three free throws to take an 18:14 lead. Sarunas Jasikevicius (192-PG-76, college: Maryland) drilled two three-pointers to organize a 13:0 run from the visitors early in the second quarter. The Spanish team accumulated a 31:14 lead. They finished the first half up by 15 points 39:24. Joe Ingles delivered 7 points in the third term as the visitors gained a comfortable 62:38 advantage at the final intermission. Barcelona stayed in charge throughout the fourth quarter and marched to the victory at the end. Ante Tomic posted 9 points, while Sarunas Jasikevicius delivered 8 points for the winners. Gasper Vidmar answered with 18 points and 6 boards for Besiktas. Fikret Can Akin (190-G-83, agency: 1x1 Sports) netted 9 points in the defeat.
Partizan - Lietuvos rytas 75-74 Drew Gordon (205-F-90, college: N.Mexico) dunked late in regulation to clinch victory for Partizan against Lietuvos Rytas in Belgrade. The win carried the hosts at 2-6 record in Group D. Davis Davis Bertans nailed 14 points to pace the hosts. Partizan led comfortably 18:11 after ten minutes. Lietuvos Rytas found the right rhythm in the second term. The visitors cut the deficit at 6-point mark at halftime 39:33. Partizan took over again in the third quarter. The margin grew at 12-point mark on Drew Gordon lay-up. However Janis Blums dragged the visitors with 8 points at the final break 51:59. Leon Radosevic (206-C-90) scored 6 points in an 11:0 run from the Lithuanian team to open the fourth quarter. The teams went neck and neck then. Seibutis made it 74:73 for Lietuvos Rytas with under two minutes remaining. But Drew Gordon dunked for a narrow Partizan lead with 90 seconds remaining. Seibutis missed two attempts in the remaining seconds as Partizan snatched a tough win at the end. Vladimir Lucic (202-SF-89, agency: Beo Basket) posted 13 points, while Dejan Musli contributed 12 points in the victory. Nemanja Nedovic (191-PG-91, agency: Beo Basket) answered with 16 points for Lietuvos Rytas. Leon Radosevic provided 15 points in defeat.
Brose Bask. - CSKA 89-97 CSKA brought victory from EuroLeague trip to Germany. The Moscow powerhouse overcame Brose Baskets in Bambert to clinch 7-1 record in Group D. Dionte Christmas (196-G-86, college: Temple) nailed 21 points to lead the winners. CSKA erupted for 29 points in the opening frame to grab the lead. They entered the second quarter up by five points. CSKA extended the gap in the second term. The visitors secured a 50:39 halftime buffer. Bamberg started to pick up the tempo in the third term. They opened the period with six points in a row. Anton Gavel (188-PG-84, agency: Pro One Sports) capped the term with a free throw as Brose Baskets trailed by just three points before the final frame 64:67. But CSKA did not allow the hosts to pull ahead. Sonny Weems and Dionte Christmas made it 89:80 for CSKA late in regulation and the visitors ran away with victory. Milos Teodosic provided 19 points and 9 assists for CSKA. Sonny Weems added 16 points in the victory. Casey Jacobsen (198-G/F-81, college: Stanford) responded with 18 points for Brose Baskets. Anton Gavel had 16 points in the loss.
2016-17 Turkish Airlines Euroleague teams announced - 22 hours ago
The Euroleague will feature 16 teams from nine countries, including the champions of eight domestic leagues. The list is headed by current champion CSKA Moscow and includes seven more clubs that have won the title: FC Barcelona Lassa, Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv, Olympiacos Piraeus,&n... [read more]
The Euroleague will feature 16 teams from nine countries, including the champions of eight domestic leagues. The list is headed by current champion CSKA Moscow and includes seven more clubs that have won the title: FC Barcelona Lassa, Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv, Olympiacos Piraeus, Panathinaikos Athens, Real Madrid, EA7 Emporio Armani Milan and Zalgiris Kaunas. The 16 Euroleague clubs will be the standard-bearers of a historic transition to a new competition format that features all teams playing each other twice in a round-robin format, a first in international club competitions in Europe. Eight survivors after 30 regular season games will advance to the best-of-five playoffs, whose four winners will qualify for the Final Four to decide the continental champion.
Here are the 2016-17 Turkish Airlines Euroleague clubs: Anadolu Efes Istanbul (Turkey) Brose Bamberg (Germany) Crvena Zvezda Telekom Belgrade (Serbia) CSKA Moscow (Russia) Darussafaka Dogus Istanbul (Wildcard) (Turkey) EA7 Emporio Armani Milan (Italy) FC Barcelona Lassa (Spain) Fenerbahce Istanbul (Turkey) Galatasaray Odeabank Istanbul (Turkey) Laboral Kutxa Vitoria Gasteiz (Spain) Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv (Israel) Olympiacos Piraeus (Greece) Panathinaikos Athens (Greece) Real Madrid (Spain) Unics Kazan (Russia) Zalgiris Kaunas (Lithuania)
*Galatasaray's participation is dependent upon completion of the necessary registration requirements and documentation review by the Management Control Commission.
Galatasaray Liv Hospital Istanbul (BSL) strengthened their roster with addition of 33-year old Serbian ex-international center Nenad Krstic (212-112kg-83, agency: BeoBasket). He has played for the last two years at Anadolu Efes (BSL). In 2002 Krstic was drafted by New Jersey Nets (NBA) in first round (24th overall). Among other achievements his team won Turkish Cup in 2015. Krstic received also Eurobasket.com All-Turkish League 2nd Team award in 2015. He represented Serbia at the European... [read more]
Galatasaray Liv Hospital Istanbul (BSL) strengthened their roster with addition of 33-year old Serbian ex-international center Nenad Krstic (212-112kg-83, agency: BeoBasket). He has played for the last two years at Anadolu Efes (BSL). In 2002 Krstic was drafted by New Jersey Nets (NBA) in first round (24th overall). Among other achievements his team won Turkish Cup in 2015. Krstic received also Eurobasket.com All-Turkish League 2nd Team award in 2015. He represented Serbia at the European Championships in Slovenia three years ago. His stats at that event were 10 games: 15.4ppg, 4.8rpg, 1.6apg, FGP: 53.2%, FT: 63.3%. Krstic has played also professionally in Russia (CSKA Moscow and Zenit), NBA (Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets and Oklahoma City Thunder) and Serbia (Partizan). The scouts decsribe him following way:
Very long... Very good mobility... Talented offensive player... Good touch around the rim... Nice mid-range shot... Lacks defensive toughness...
Galatasaray Liv Hospital Istanbul (BSL) agreed terms with 28-year old American forward Austin Daye (211-92kg-88, college: Gonzaga, agency: Alti Sport). He played last season at Al Manama in Bahrain Premier League. He helped them to make it to the final. Daye also played for VL Pesaro (Serie A) in Italian league that season. In 21 games he was the best scorer with impressive 21.2ppg and averaged 9.0rpg (#2 in the league), 1.9apg, 1.6spg and 1.1bpg. A very spectacular season in his career a... [read more]
Galatasaray Liv Hospital Istanbul (BSL) agreed terms with 28-year old American forward Austin Daye (211-92kg-88, college: Gonzaga, agency: Alti Sport). He played last season at Al Manama in Bahrain Premier League. He helped them to make it to the final. Daye also played for VL Pesaro (Serie A) in Italian league that season. In 21 games he was the best scorer with impressive 21.2ppg and averaged 9.0rpg (#2 in the league), 1.9apg, 1.6spg and 1.1bpg. A very spectacular season in his career as he was selected Eurobasket.com All-Italian SerieA Import Player of the Year, Forward of the Year and named to 1st Team. He also spent pre-season at the Cavaliers in NBA that year. The previous (14-15) season Daye played at the Hawks in NBA. In 8 games he had 3.3ppg, 1.8rpg and 1.0apg. The other team Daye played that season for was Erie Bay Hawks in D-League. In 10 games he recorded very remarkable stats: 16.0ppg, 7.0rpg, 2.5apg and 1.1bpg. Another team Daye played that season for were the Spurs in NBA. In 24 games he recorded 4.0ppg and 2.5rpg. In 2009 Daye was drafted by Detroit Pistons (NBA) in first round (15th overall). The former Gonzaga University standoutis in his eighth season in pro basketball. The list of the past achievements is quite long as among others his college team won WCC Tournament in 2009. Daye was also voted HS Sea View League Player of the Year, CIF-Southern Section Division I Player of the Year and calhisports.com first-team All-State back in 2007. He has played also professionally in Russia (Khimky), NBA (Atlanta Hawks, San Antonio Spurs, Toronto Raptors and Memphis Grizzlies) and D-League (Austin Spurs).
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