Scavolini PS: took 2nd place (5-1) in Group C of Regular Season, took 1st place (4-2) in Group K in Last16, lost to Krasnie Krylia (RUS) 70-73 in the Semis, lost to Roanne (FRA) 80-86 in the 3rd Place Game (!!!)
Montepaschi wins 4th title in a row! - Jun 19, 2010
It was another season that belonged to the team from Siena. Local
Montepaschi juts needed four games to sweep the Finals and grabbed the
title. Italian favorites won the fourth consecutive title and repeated
the record of Assi Milano (1924-1927), Borletti Milano (1936-1939),
Virtus Bologna (1946-1949) and Simmenthal Milano (1957-1960).
Montepaschi did not mind taking the title away from home as they desired
to finish the Play-offs earlier. Italian League is one of the last to
finish and Siena team looked forward to finish it as soon as possible.
They opened the game with 26-19 lead and had 3-point advantage at the
halftime. Both teams left the court for the big break as Siena team had
47:44 deficit. The third quarter became decisive in the court as
Montepaschi benefit from it. They increased to 71:57 entering the last
period and kept the difference for good. They won the last period 22-12
and won the game as well.
(210-C-79) shined in the last stanza bringing the team 9 points.
Clemson) erupted with 28 points to lead all the winners.
Xavier) followed him with 16 and
Ksistof Lavrinovic posted 15.
Interperformances) responded with 13 points in the losing effort.
Princeton) delivered 12 each, while
Chris Monroe (191-G-81, college:
George Washington) scored 10.
The season became another triumph for the Montepaschi. They finished the
Regular Season with 26-2 record and did not lose any of the games in the
Siena wins Italy Cup 2010
- Feb 21, 2010
Simone Pianigiani and his Montepaschi Siena added another trophy to
their huge palmares this afternoon in Avellino, defeating
83-75 Canadian Solar Virtus Bologna in Italy Cup Final Game. There
has been a true game this time, however. The feared total dominion of
Siena was't staged up, and this happened because Bologna defended very
well. In the battle between the coaches,
Lino Lardo (agency:
Players Group ) gave his players the coordinates to limit as best as
possible the two game springs of Siena, McIntyre and Stonerook, and
Bologna pressed on every Siena possession starting from the tipoff,
staying ahead in the score almost all the first quarter long. Even if
Siena took the lead around the 10th minute of the game and never looked
back, Bologna tightened the race various times till the end, led by
Loyola, MD) (6 pts, 3 assists),
(193-G-88) (19 pts) and, above all,
David Moss (196-F-83, agency:
Indiana St.) (18 pts, 2 rebs), who showed all his best skills to the
team in which he probably will play next season. Siena was led by a
banner performance from
who suffered an ugly start (0/4 from behind the arch), but then produced
19 points, 4 rebs, 4 steals and 2 assits in 25 minutes of play, being
also named the Final MVP.
Xavier) added 15 pts and 2 rebs,
David Hawkins (193-G-82, agency:
Buck Andre, college:
Henry Domercant (192-G-80, college:
E.Illinois) were the other two Siena players to end game in double
digits, with 12 and 10 points, respectively
Montepaschi takes Italian Supercoppa
- Oct 4, 2009
Montepaschi won Italian Supercoppa as the team beat Virtus Bologna
tonight in the country. Trailing in the beginning of the game the winner
of the previous season bounced back for the total success.
It was a great opener before the start of the Italian Seria A. Both
teams showed that they are ready for another season and showed their
best in the game. Virtus trailed 6:0, however scored seven consecutive
points and then enjoyed 17:13 after the opening quarter. Hawkins tied
the game at 20:20, while Lavrinovic and
Terrell McIntyre (175-G-77, college:
Clemson) brought the winners 25:21.
Henry Domercant (192-G-80, college:
E.Illinois) closed the second quarter at 41:33 as the teams
disappeared in the lockers. In the second half the court belonged only
to one team, Montepaschi. The latter increased to 44:33 and
Terrell McIntyre made it 58:43.
Xavier) looked grate for the team and was supported by his
teammates. The teams finished three periods as the board showed 67:52
and Montepaschi did not slow down at the end.
Romain Sato got MVP award of the Cup as he nailed 19 points for the
Terrell McIntyre posted 15, while Eze, Zisis and Lavrinovic added 9
Henry Domercant produced 8 points, while Hawkins scored 6.
Players Group) finished the night with 17 points in the losing
LeRoy Hurd (202-F/G-80, college:
scored 14 and
(193-G-88) netted 13.
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