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Season 2009-10
All Games
List of Players

Euroleague Top 16 Standings
Group E
 1. Regal Barca 5-1 
 2. Partizan 3-3 
 3. Panathinaikos 2-4 
 4. Marousi BC 2-4 
Group F
 1. Maccabi T-A 4-2 
 2. MMC Real M. 3-3 
 3. Montepaschi 3-3 
 4. Efes Pilsen 2-4 
Group G
 1. CSKA 5-1 
 2. Assec.Prokom 3-3 
 3. Unicaja 2-4 
 4. Zalgiris 2-4 
Group H
 1. Olympiakos 5-1 
 2. Caja Laboral 3-3 
 3. Khimky 3-3 
 4. Cibona 1-5
Euroleague Regular Season Standings
Group A
 1. Regal Barca 10-0 
 2. Montepaschi 8-2 
 3. Zalgiris 3-7 
 4. Cibona 3-7 
 5. ASVEL 3-7 
 6. Fener.Ulker 3-7 
Group B
 1. Olympiakos 8-2 
 2. Unicaja 7-3 
 3. Partizan 5-5 
 4. Efes Pilsen 4-6 
 5. Lietuvos Rytas 4-6 
 6. Orleans 2-8 
Group C
 1. CSKA 8-2 
 2. Caja Laboral 7-3 
 3. Maccabi T-A 6-4 
 4. C.C. Marousi 4-6 
 5. Lottomatica 4-6 
 6. U.Olimpija 1-9 
Group D
 1. Real Madrid 8-2 
 2. Panathinaikos 8-2 
 3. Khimky 6-4 
 4. Assec.Prokom 4-6 
 5. Armani MI 3-7 
 6. EWE Baskets 1-9

JC Navarro is 2010 Euroleague Final Four MVP (
Points Per Game
  Avg: 17.1
 1. Kleiza, Olympiakos17.1 
 2. Woods, Assec.Pr.16.9 
 3. Tomas, Cibona16.4 
 4. Batiste, Panathin.16.3 
 5. Langford, Khimky15.5 
 6. Logan, Assec.Pr.15.3 
 7. Childress, Olympiakos15.2 
 8. Langdon, CSKA15.0 
 9. Teletovic, Caja L.14.8 
 10. Maric, Partizan14.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Travis WATSON
  Avg: 9.5
 1. Watson, Zalgiris9.5 
 2. Maric, Partizan8.4 
 3. Roberts, Partizan7.4 
 4. Kleiza, Olympiakos6.5 
 5. Javtokas, Khimky6.4 
 6. Khryapa, CSKA6.3 
 7. Woods, Assec.Pr.6.2 
 8. Kasun, Efes Pilsen5.8 
 9. Batiste, Panathin.5.7 
 10. Fotsis, Panathinaikos5.5 
Assists Per Game
 Omar COOK
  Avg: 5.9
 1. Cook, Unicaja5.9 
 2. Popovic, Lietuvos.5.4 
 3. McIntyre, Montepas.5.1 
 4. Papaloukas, Olymp.5.1 
 5. Teodosic, Olympiakos4.9 
 6. Prigioni, MMC R.4.5 
 7. Sciarra, Orleans4.2 
 8. Rubio, Regal Barca4.2 
 9. Khryapa, CSKA4.0 
 10. Huertas, Caja L.3.9 
Steals Per Game
  Efes Pilsen
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Popovic, Lietuvos.2.4 
 2. Lukauskis, AS.2.3 
 3. Jaaber, Lottomat.2.2 
 4. Khryapa, CSKA2.0 
 5. McCalebb, Partizan2.0 
 6. Dobbins, Orleans1.9 
 7. McIntyre, Montepas.1.9 
 8. Smith, Efes Pilsen1.9 
 9. Gordon, Cibona1.8 
 10. Perperoglou, Panath.1.8 
Blocks Per Game
  Maccabi T-A
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Fischer, Maccabi .1.8 
 2. Vranes, Partizan1.5 
 3. Asik, Fener.Ulker1.4 
 4. Sow, Assec.Prokom1.4 
 5. Lasme, Maccabi T-A1.4 
 6. Begic, Zalgiris1.3 
 7. Javtokas, Khimky1.2 
 8. Vazquez, Regal B.1.2 
 9. Tomic, MMC R.1.1 
 10. Kaun, CSKA1.0 
Barcelona celebrate 2010 Euroleague triumph (

   Regal FC Barcelona (Season: 2009-2010)   
Xavier Pascual Xavier Pascual Pascual
Terence Morris
Pete Mickeal
Erazem Lorbek
Juan Navarro
Ricky Rubio
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
23 Morris Terence 207 (6'10'') F 79 USA
33 Mickeal Pete 199 (6'7'') F 78 USA
25 Lorbek Erazem 210 (6'11'') F/C 84 SLO
11 Navarro Juan 192 (6'4'') G 80 ESP
9 Rubio Ricky 192 (6'4'') G 90 ESP
17 Vazquez Fran 210 (6'11'') C 83 ESP
44 Grimau Roger 196 (6'5'') G 79 ESP
10 Lakovic Jaka 186 (6'1'') G 78 SLO
21 Ndong Boniface 213 (7'0'') C 77 SEN
5 Basile Gianluca 192 (6'4'') G 75 ITA
9 Barton Lubos 202 (6'8'') F/G 80 CZE
8 Trias Jordi 206 (6'9'') F 80 ESP
24 Sada Victor 192 (6'4'') G 84 ESP
Head Coach: Xavier Pascual All-Euroleague Awards 2009-10 - Apr 20, 2010 All-Euroleague 1st Team 2010
Milos Teodosic
Qyntel Woods
Aleks Maric
Ramunas Siskauskas
Linas Kleiza

Player of the Year: Milos Teodosic (195-G-87) of Olympiakos S.F.P. Pireus Greece
Guard of the Year: Milos Teodosic of Olympiakos S.F.P. Pireus Greece
Forward of the Year: Qyntel Woods (203-F/G-81) of Asseco Prokom Gdynia Poland
Center of the Year: Aleks Maric (211-C-84) of BC Partizan Igokea Beograd Serbia
European Player of the Year: Milos Teodosic of Olympiakos S.F.P. Pireus Greece
Import of the Year: Aleks Maric (211-C-84) of BC Partizan Igokea Beograd Serbia
Defensive Player of the Year: Viktor Khryapa (204-F/G-82) of CSKA Moscow Russia
Coach of the Year: Dusko Vujosevic of Partizan Igokea Beograd Serbia

1st Team
G: Milos Teodosic of Olympiakos S.F.P. Pireus Greece
G: Ramunas Siskauskas (197-G-78) of CSKA Moscow Russia
G/F: Qyntel Woods (203-F/G-81) of Asseco Prokom Gdynia Poland
F: Linas Kleiza (203-F-85) of Olympiakos S.F.P. Pireus Greece
C: Aleks Maric (211-C-84) of BC Partizan Igokea Beograd Serbia

2nd Team
G: Juan Carlos Navarro (192-G-80) of Regal FC Barcelona Spain
G/F: Alan Anderson (198-G/F-82) of Maccabi Electra Tel-Aviv Israel
G/F: Josh Childress (203-G/F-83) of Olympiakos S.F.P. Pireus Greece
G/F: Fernando San Emeterio (198-G/F-84) of Caja Laboral Vitoria Spain
F: Viktor Khryapa (204-F/G-82) of CSKA Moscow Russia

3rd Team
G: David Logan (184-G-82) of Asseco Prokom Gdynia Poland
G: Trajan Langdon (192-G-76) of CSKA Moscow Russia
F: Mirza Teletovic (205-F-85) of Caja Laboral Vitoria Spain
C: Darjus Lavrinovic (212-C-79) of MMC Real Madrid Spain
C: Tiago Splitter (211-C/F-85) of Caja Laboral Vitoria Spain

Honorable Mention
Keith Langford (193-G/F-83) of BC Khimky Moscow Region Russia
Erazem Lorbek (210-F/C-84) of Regal FC Barcelona Spain
Jamont Gordon (193-G/F-87) of KK Cibona VIP Zagreb Croatia
Romain Sato (194-G/F-81) of Montepaschi Siena Italy
Mike Batiste (203-F-77) of Panathinaikos Athens Greece
Marko Tomas (201-G-85) of KK Cibona VIP Zagreb Croatia
Kelly McCarty (201-F-75) of BC Khimky Moscow Region Russia
Pete Mickeal (199-F-78) of Regal FC Barcelona Spain
Lester McCalebb (183-G-85) of BC Partizan Igokea Beograd Serbia
Chuck Eidson (201-F/G-80) of Maccabi Electra Tel-Aviv Israel
Lawrence Roberts (205-F/C-82) of BC Partizan Igokea Beograd Serbia
J.R. Holden (185-G-76) of CSKA Moscow Russia

All-Europeans Team
G: Milos Teodosic of Olympiakos S.F.P. Pireus Greece
G: Ramunas Siskauskas (197-G-78) of CSKA Moscow Russia
G/F: Fernando San Emeterio (198-G/F-84) of Caja Laboral Vitoria Spain
F: Linas Kleiza (203-F-85) of Olympiakos S.F.P. Pireus Greece
C: Darjus Lavrinovic (212-C-79) of MMC Real Madrid Spain

All-Imports Team
G: Trajan Langdon (192-G-76) of CSKA Moscow Russia
G/F: Qyntel Woods (203-F/G-81) of Asseco Prokom Gdynia Poland
G/F: Alan Anderson (198-G/F-82) of Maccabi Electra Tel-Aviv Israel
G/F: Josh Childress (203-G/F-83) of Olympiakos S.F.P. Pireus Greece
C: Aleks Maric (211-C-84) of BC Partizan Igokea Beograd Serbia

All-Defensive Team
Viktor Khryapa (204-F/G-82) of CSKA Moscow Russia
Lawrence Roberts (205-F/C-82) of BC Partizan Igokea Beograd Serbia
Qyntel Woods (203-F/G-81) of Asseco Prokom Gdynia Poland
Jamont Gordon (193-G/F-87) of KK Cibona VIP Zagreb Croatia
Ramunas Siskauskas (197-G-78) of CSKA Moscow Russia

Barcelona Crowned Euroleague Kings After Routing The Reds - May 9, 2010

The atmosphere was fantastic at the start of the 2010 Euroleague Final Four championship game between Regal FC Barcelona and Olympiacos. The Reds were hoping to shrug off fatigue after their thrilling overtime semi-final win against Partizan while Barca were looking to deliver only a second ever Euroleague Trophy as tournament favourites. Barca went with Rubio, Navarro, N'Dong, Lorbek and Mickeal while Olympiacos put their faith from tip-off in Penn, Teodosic, Childress, Kleiza and Schortsanitis. On tip-off the entire Palais Omnisport seemed to be rocking up and down with both sets of fans bouncing on their feet and it led to great anticipation of the main event.

The first action saw Teodosic draw an early foul on Navarro before Kleiza showed his class with a triple from the corner. Rubio responded with a nice jump shot and then Mickeal opened the perimeter account for Barca. Teodosic then finished and there was a nice flow to the game in the first couple of minutes with the teams tied at 5-5. Childress went up for a big dunk and looked to have been blocked but amidst jeers from the Catalans, the foul was called on N'Dong and the American made his second foul shot. N'Dong had an impressive semi-final and he finished sweetly inside off an assist from Navarro. Both teams then had a scrappy passage of play until Vazquez got the ball from Navarro off as pick and roll and handed off to Mickeal who flushed it down. After a strong inside play by Schortsanitis, 'La Bomba' buried a triple. At 12-8, Teodosic responded by Navaro was at it again with his trademark inside running floater over the top of the defence. Much of the talk before the game had been about the point guard clash and after Teodosic sunk a three, Rubio drained one immediately after to keep Barca ahead at 17-13 with the first quarter developing into a shootout. Vazquez then repeated another nice dish to Mickeal from almost the exact same spot as earlier and this time, he finished the play again and also completed the 'And-1 to take the lead out to 7! Vazquez was causing the Reds plenty of trouble with his interior game and he found himself on the line with just under three minutes to play and he stretched the advantage even further with two foul shots. Olympiacos turned to Papaloukas but on the next offence his pass to Kleiza ended up in the active Vazquez blocking him. Mickeal danced to the hoop to take the lead out into double-figures but a triple by Childress limited the damage. With Pascual taking off the impressive Rubio, Navarro, Mickeal and Vazquez it was down to the bench to carry on the good work and Sada cut to the hoop for a nice lay-up off the glass. With just over a minute to go Kleiza made a couple of free-throws but everything was coming tough offensively for Olympiacos. What Mickeal had done twice, Morris took over by collecting the ball on a strong baseline slash to the hoop from the corner and he threw it down just like his team-mate earlier. Papaloukas then finished off the scoring in a high tempo first period which Barca dominated 28-19.

At the beginning of the second, Barca controlled he boards and Basile buried a triple from the corner after great perimeter ball movement only for big man Bourousis to again show he has range by doing the same, this time from the wing. Vazquez was back in the game and he scored to move to four points to go with his spectacular 4 blocks. The Barca crowd were loving it with their team up by 11 points at 33-22 and looking slick offensively and imperious defensively. They were controlling the tempo also and things were getting tougher for the Reds but Bourousis managed to get one to drop after a post-move. Vazquez then took advantage of some slack defence by going straight to the hole and finishing with ease. Coach Giannakis turned to veteran Vujcic to try and stop the rampant Barca front-court and he scored quickly but it was defence that Olympiacos needed. Papaloukas then made one of the best plays of the weekend off a Vujcic steal with a stunning move on the break as he sent Navarro the wrong way and threw down a spectacular dunk. The army of Reds fans erupted and and at 35-28 with just over five minutes until the break they had renewed hope in their team - the two veterans doing the business for their team. After a TV timeout, the joy of the Greeks was short-lived as Navarro fired-up from long range to restore the double-digit lead. Bourousis then blocked Navarro on a three-point attempt which got the fans going in the Red end, as did another score from their hero Papaloukas. Lorbek then made a huge three-pointer with just over three to go with a hand right in his face from Vujcic. Things got worse for Olympiacos whose fans momentarily became quiet after a steal and score by Rubio which took Barca out to a 13 point lead, their biggest of the night at that point although a Bourousis tip-in reduced that gap quickly. Vazquez then let the Reds off the hook with two missed foul shots and the Greeks went with Teodosic and Papaloukas. With Schortsanitis back on the floor, Olympiacos looked inside but the big man missed both shots from the line after being fouled under the hoop. Navarro drained his third triple of the game to make it 46-32 and Papaloukas continued the fight at the other end with another textbook classy move to get himself a lay-up with a minute left. After a time-out Navarro made one of two foul shots before a miss by Bourousis who thanks to a Childress steal and assist, got a second chance and he slammed it down. This led to another time-out with 21 seconds to go until the teams left the court again, this time for the interval. Childress in particular needed to raise his game - easier said than done but to have any chance the NBA man needed to show up. He had the chance of a triple on the buzzer but didn't make it meaning Barca went into the second half 47-36 ahead. Not that you would have known it judging by the noise coming from the Greek fans who finally stopped to give themselves a deserved break too.

The second half started with Penn and Patrick back on the floor Olympiacos but it was Schortsanitis than came up with the good early inside and that was followed up by a lay-up from Childress after a rare Schortsanitis steal as the Reds cut the gap to seven inside 30 seconds. Schortsanitis then blocked N'Dong and it looked like a Reds comeback but he got blocked himself next time down. Barca went scoreless for three minutes until Mickeal made a turnaround jump shot to steady Barca nerves. Vazquez picked up a quick third foul and sat down and Kleiza made a nice move in the paint to again reduce the lead. However Navarro was enjoying himself from outside and he knocked down a triple from the wing but a fired-up Childress replied instantly from the opposite end with a three of his own. Both sets of fans were now in full flow vocally and raising the temperature inside the Palais Omnisport even further with just under five minutes of the second half having elapsed. Childress then made two big defensive plays with a block and steal before Papaloukas made a play to the hoop for a Bourousis tip-in. However Barca came storming back as N'Dong slammed home the dunk while being fouled and before he got the chance to finish the three-point play, it was time-out 54-47 Barca with 4m 25 s remaining of the third. When the play resumed, N'Dong converted his free-throw. Sada then made it a mountain for Olympiacos once more with a step back three to take the margin to 11 again - the same as at the half-time break. An effortless jump-shot by N'Dong then increased the lead again at 60-47 and Childress took a seat having done his best to fire up the Reds. Kleiza missed one and made one foul shot with three to go and the Reds needed stops desperately to keep in touch. They got one but couldn't convert and Navarro punished them with an outrageous one handed finish over the top of Beverley. Kleiza finished sweetly when getting the ball down low from Papaloukas with a minute left but it was a rare moment of joy for the top scorer of the Reds who was tightly shackled by the Barca defence. Morris wrapped up the production for both teams from the line to give Barca a 64-50 lead heading into the final quarter.

Rubio hammered the first nail into the Olympiacos coffin with a lay-up thanks to Morris stripping Kleiza, or at least that is how it felt with a 16 point deficit. Schortsanitis got the first points of the fourth period for the Reds from the line. After three minutes both teams were struggling offensively and not surprising with some big defensive plays and none more so than Morris who spectacularly blocked Schortsanitis. When Mickeal made it 68-52 Barca it was already looking like the Catalans had one hand on the trophy. Only a spectacular collapse would stop them at this point and it was highly unlikely with their quality rotation at the disposal of Coach Pascual and the Reds enduring a drought and maybe trying to force things offensively - - not surprising in their difficult predicament. When the excellent Morris drained a triple from the top it was effectively game over and entering blowout territory at 19 points. The only thing left to really wonder about was who would get MVP with Navarro and Mickeal leading the way. Kleiza made two from the line and tempers began to almost spill over on the court after Kleiza almost bumped Navarro into the courtside VIP seats. It also led to technical fouls on Mickeal and Teodosic which cancelled each other out. Childress added some respectability with a nice finish under pressure from Mickeal who fouled and with a free-throw to follow it was time-out with 4m 41s to go and Barca up 71-56. The NBA man made his bonus and with the game descending into an anti-climax due to the score, it was only a matte of time unless he Reds could produce something spectacular. Lorbek then got his second score of the game while Papalpoukas got himself to the hoop to move to 12 points in the game. Sada stroked home a couple of free-throws while Kleiza made only one in response. Childress picked up his fourth and Morris also made one foul shot with the Barca fans already celebrating and three minutes away from their second ever Euroleague title. As the game petered out, Kleiza fouled out after hard fouling Navarro again and then picking up a technical foul. As he converted free-throws the chants of MVP went up as the Barca fans heralded their favourite player. The icing on the cake came when Trias and Lakovic finally got some court time and the cherry on top was when Basile and Lorbek drained back to back triples near the end to help Barca reach the top of the podium in style and become the new Euroleague champion for 2010.

'La Bomba' Grabs Euroleague Final Four MVP Crown - May 10, 2010

Juan Carlos Navarro (192-G-80) was crowned the EuroLeague Final Four MVP of 2010 after inspiring his team to a second Euroleague title in their history. The only member of the team to have played back in 2003 finished with a game high 21 points including four triples and the fans idol winning the accolade made it a truly memorable occasion. However there were plenty of choices other than the Spanish International after a truly sensational team performance by Barca.

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