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Euroleague 2006-2007 - Women Basketball


Play-Off bracket
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Euroleague Standings
Group A
1. Spartak MR 9-1
2. TEO Vilnius 7-3
3. MBK Eur. 6-4
4. Wisla 5-5
5. Mondeville 3-7
6. Schio 0-10
Group B
1. Bourges 8-2
2. CSKA 8-2
3. Pecsi 6-4
4. Perfumerias 4-6
5. Dexia 3-7
6. USK Praha 1-9
Group C
1. Fenerbahce 8-2
2. UMMC 6-4
3. Gambrinus 6-4
4. Ros Casares 6-4
5. USVO 3-7
6. Lotos 1-9

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
1 Thompson, Spart.21.1
2 Milton, R.Casar. 20.8
3 De Forge, Wisla 18.9
4 Wauters, CSKA 18.7
5 Pondexter, Fen.17.6
Rebounds Per Game
1 Milton, R.Cas. 10.9
2 Ford, UMMC 10.8
3 Thompson, Spart.9.9
4 Gaither, Dexia 9.7
5 Stepanova, CSKA 8.3
Assists Per Game
1 Aubert, Mondev. 6.0
2 Skerovic, Wisla 5.3
3 Harrower, USVO 4.9
4 Dumerc, Bourges 4.5
5 Yigit, Fenerb. 4.2
Steals Per Game
1 Ivanyi, MiZo 2.7
2 Douglas, TEO 2.6
3 White, Lotos 2.6
Blocks Per Game
1 Dydek, R.Casares 1.9
2 Stepanova, CSKA 1.7
3 Sutton-Brown, Fe.1.7
Field Goal Percentage
1 Wauters, CSKA 54.1
2 Gruda, USVO 53.6
3 Valuzyte, TEO 53.4
3-point %
1 Powell, H.Aven. 50.0
2 Bakircioglu, Fen.47.4
3 Vitecková, Gam. 47.0
FreeThrows
1 Yilmaz, Fenerb. 87.8
2 Wauters, CSKA 84.8
3 Thompson, Spar.83.9
Check also MEN Euroleague 2006-2007



Spartak Moscow Regiona won Euroleague 2007 (Photo: FIBA)     Cappie Pondexter was the MVP of the All-Star Game (Photo: FIBA)

Spartak Moscow Region 2007
Natalia Hejkova
Natalia Hejkova
Hejkova
Tina Thompson
Thompson
Tamika Whitmore
Whitmore
Sue Bird
Bird
Patricia Penicheiro
Penicheiro
Svetlana Abrosimova
Abrosimova

7

Thompson Tina 188 (6'2'') F 75

8

Whitmore Tamika 188 (6'2'') C 77

11

Bird Sue 175 (5'9'') G 80

21

Penicheiro Patricia 180 (5'11'') G 74

25

Abrosimova Svetlana 188 (6'2'') F 80

33

Taurasi Diana 180 (5'11'') G 82

10

Bibrzycka Agnieszka 184 (6'1'') F/G 82

5

Karpunina Marina 176 (5'9'') F 84

14

Osipova Irina 196 (6'5'') C 81

12

Matic Ivanka 195 (6'5'') F/C 79

 

Pantelejeva Olga 175 (5'9'') G 71

9

Zara Francesca 178 (5'10'') G 76

17

Koroleva Yulia 188 (6'2'') F 83

15

Lisina Ekaterina 198 (6'6'') C 87

16

Pavlova Jelena 180 (5'11'') F 89
Head Coach: Hejkova Natalia
Assistant: Mozgovaya Elena

   Spartak Moscow won Euroleague !!!!
Spartak Moscow Region won the most important trophy in women club basketball in Europe - Euroleague Championship. They defeated on the home court Ros Casares Valencia 76-62. Spartak was lead by their two imports Diana Taurasi (180-G-82, college: Connecticut) and Tina Thompson (188-F-75, college: USC), who controlled the game from the first minutes. Thompson was voted MVP of the Final Four where she scored 24 points and grabbed 8 rebounds. Interesting that Spartak is not even the leader in domestic league as together with Dynamo Moscow is placed second after CSKA Moscow. Spartak surprisingly defeated CSKA in the Euroleague semifinals 90-76. The game was opportunity for two Polish international to face each other, despite no Polish team advanced to the Final Four. Agnieszka Bibrzycka (184-F/G-82, college: Abilene Christian) of Spartak celebrated the victory over Malgorzata Dydek (213-C-74) of Ros Casares.

Spartak Moscow Regional - Ros Casares Valencia 76-62
Spartak: Thompson 24, Taurasi 23, Whitmore 8, Bibrzycka 6, Bird 6, Osipova 2, Penicheiro 2, Abrosimova 1, DNP: Matic, Zara, Lisina
Ros Casares: Milton 21, Aguilar 12, Palau 11, De Souza 8, Ferragut 6, Tornikidou 2, Dydek 2, Feaster-Strong 0, DNP: Jordana, Argente

All-Euroleague 1st Team 2006-07


Thompson


Milton-Jones


Wauters


Dumerc


Pondexter


   Eurobasket.com All-Euroleague 2006-07 Awards
Player of the Year: Tina Thompson (188-F-75) of Spartak
Guard of the Year: Celine Dumerc (169-G-82) of Bourges
Forward of the Year: Tina Thompson of Spartak
Center of the Year: Delisha Milton-Jones (186-F-74) of Ros Casares
Import Player of the Year: Tina Thompson of Spartak
European Player of the Year: Diana Taurasi (180-G-82) of Spartak
Defensive Player of the Year: Delisha Milton-Jones of Ros Casares
Coach of the Year: Natalia Hejkova of Spartak

1st Team
Tina Thompson of Spartak
Delisha Milton-Jones of Ros Casares
Ann Wauters (194-C-80) of CSKA
Celine Dumerc of Bourges
Cappie Pondexter (176-G-83) of Fenerbahce

2nd Team
Diana Taurasi of Spartak
Maria Stepanova (202-C-79) of CSKA
Amaya Valdemoro (184-F-76) of CSKA
Ivana Matovic (197-C-83) of MKB
Elena Tornikidou (185-F-65) of Ros Casares

Honorable Mention
Agnieszka Bibrzycka (184-F/G-82) of Spartak
Ilona Korstine (183-G-80) of CSKA
Evanthia Maltsi (180-F-78) of Bourges
Tammy Sutton-Brown (193-C-78) of Fenerbahce
Deanna Nolan (180-G/F-79) of Gambrinus
Elisa Aguilar (178-G-76) of Ros Casares
Cheryl Ford (191-F/C-81) of UMMC
Sandrine Gruda (192-F/C-87) of US Valenciennes
Caroline Koechlin-Aubert (168-G-80) of USO Mondeville
Jurgita Streimikyte (190-F-72) of TEO
Katie Douglas (183-G/F-79) of TEO
Tamika Whitmore (188-C-77) of Lotos
Nicole Powell (188-G/F-82) of Halcon Avenida
Katryna Gaither (191-C-75) of Dexia Namur
Anna DeForge (178-G-76) of Wisla

All-Europeans Team
Diana Taurasi of Spartak
Ann Wauters of CSKA
Maria Stepanova of CSKA
Amaya Valdemoro of CSKA
Celine Dumerc of Bourges

All-Imports Team
Tina Thompson of Spartak
Delisha Milton-Jones of Ros Casares
Cappie Pondexter of Fenerbahce
Deanna Nolan of Gambrinus
Anna DeForge (178-G-76) of Wisla

   All-Star Game
Lead by Cappie Pondexter (176-G-83, college: Rutgers) (17 points), the Rest of the World defeated Europe by a large gap. Nevriye Yilmaz (196-C-80) was the European top scorer (14), but the �home� team suffered the opponent precision from the perimeter, trailed by 18 points (42-60) at halftime and could not recover.
French Caroline Koechlin-Aubert (168-G-80, college: Colorado) claimed three-point crown beating Nicole Powell (188-G/F-82, college: Stanford) in the final contest, netting 14 out of a possible 20 points.


Europe - Rest of the World 80-93
(20-28, 42-60, 62-82)
EUROPE: Bibrzycka 7, Caroline Koechlin-Aubert 11, Maltsi 2, Volnaya 3, Ivanyi 7, Gruda 10, Aguilar, Stepanova 10, Cserny 6, Valdemoro 8, Viteckova 2, Nevriye Yilmaz 14.
REST OF THE WORLD: Dominique Canty (175-G/F-77, college: Alabama) 7, Johnson 10, Harrower 3, Milton-Jones dnp, Nolan 6, Ford 6, Taylor 7, Douglas, Gaither 14, Whitmore 11, Nicole Powell 12, Pondexter 17.

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