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Serie A Standings
 1. EA7 Armani 17-3 
 2. Scandone AV 13-7 
 3. Umana VE 12-8 
 4. Dolomiti En. TR 11-9 
 5. Banco di Srd 11-9 
 6. Grissin Bon RE 11-9 
 7. Betaland Cdo 11-9 
 8. The Flexx PT 10-9 
 9. Brescia 10-10 
 10. Auxilium TO 10-10 
 11. Enel Brindisi 9-11 
 12. JuveCaserta 9-11 
 13. AV Cantu 7-13 
 14. VL Pesaro 7-13 
 15. Vanoli CR 6-14 
 16. Openjobmetis V. 5-14 
Full Standings
Last:2/26/2017
Serie Standings
East
 1. Virtus Bologna 16-6 
 2. Treviso Basket 15-7 
 3. Alma Trieste 15-7 
 4. Ravenna 14-8 
 5. F.Kontatto BO 13-9 
 6. Roseto 13-9 
 7. Mantova 12-10 
 8. Jesi 11-11 
 9. Verona 11-11 
 10. Piacenza 10-11 
 11. Udine APU 10-12 
 12. Bondi Ferrara 9-13 
 13. Imola 8-14 
 14. Chieti 8-14 
 15. Recanati 6-16 
 16. Unieuro Forli 4-17 
West
 1. Angelico Biella 17-5 
 2. Tortona 15-7 
 3. Legnano 14-8 
 4. Treviglio 13-9 
 5. Latina Basket 12-10 
 6. Roma Virtus 12-10 
 7. Agrigento 12-10 
 8. Mens Sana 1871 12-10 
 9. Novipiu Casale 11-11 
 10. Eurobasket Roma 11-11 
 11. Lighthouse TR 11-11 
 12. Rieti 10-12 
 13. FCM Ferentino 9-13 
 14. Scafati 6-16 
 15. Viola RC 6-16 
 16. Agropoli 5-17 
Full Standings
Last:2/22/2017
Serie Standings
Group A
 1. Omegna 15-6 
 2. Moncalieri 15-6 
 3. Valsesia 12-8 
 4. USE Basket 12-8 
 5. Fiorentina 11-9 
 6. Montecatini 11-9 
 7. Piombino 11-10 
 8. Varese Robur 11-10 
 9. San Miniato 11-10 
 10. Siena Virtus 10-12 
 11. Bottegone 10-12 
 12. Cecina 9-11 
 13. Sangiorgese 9-12 
 14. Firenze Enic 7-15 
 15. Oleggio 7-15 
 16. Domodossola 6-14 
Group B
 1. Orzinuovi GaGa 18-3 
 2. Bergamo 17-4 
 3. Piacenza 17-5 
 4. Cento 15-6 
 5. Faenza 13-8 
 6. Lecco 13-9 
 7. Padova 11-10 
 8. Crema 10-11 
 9. Desio 9-12 
 10. Milano Urania 9-13 
 11. Reggio Emilia 9-14 
 12. Volpino AltoSeb. 7-15 
 13. Sestu 7-15 
 14. Vicenza 6-15 
 15. San Vendemiano 6-16 
 16. Iseo 5-16 
Group C
 1. Napoli Cuore 19-3 
 2. Valmontone 18-3 
 3. Palestrina 18-4 
 4. Cassino 15-7 
 5. Barcellona 14-6 
 6. Catanzaro 11-9 
 7. Roma Luiss 11-10 
 8. Forli Tigers 11-13 
 9. Scauri 10-10 
 10. Cefalu 10-11 
 11. Teramo 9-10 
 12. Roma Vis Nova 6-13 
 13. Patti 6-15 
 14. Roma S.Azzurra 4-17 
 15. Viterbo SA 4-17 
 16. Maddaloni 2-20 
Group D
 1. Montegrano 18-1 
 2. Bisceglie 16-5 
 3. San Severo 15-6 
 4. Pescara 15-6 
 5. Campli 13-5 
 6. Porto S.Elpidio 13-8 
 7. Matera 11-8 
 8. Senigallia 10-9 
 9. Rimini 9-10 
 10. Ortona 8-12 
 11. Isernia 7-13 
 12. Giulianova 7-13 
 13. Taranto 5-14 
 14. Venafro 4-14 
 15. Valdiceppo 4-16 
 16. Monteroni 3-18 
Full Standings
Last:2/25/2017
Serie C Gold Standings
Emilia Romagna
 1. Lugo 13-2 
 2. Ozzano 12-3 
 3. Fiorenzuola 11-4 
 4. Bologna Salus 10-4 
 5. Ferrara 9-5 
 6. San Marino Titans 8-6 
 7. Imola 7-7 
 8. Bertinoro 6-8 
 9. Bologna Basket 4-10 
 10. Bologna Pontev. 4-10 
 11. San Lazzaro 4-10 
 12. Modena 3-10 
 13. Pol.Arena 1-14 
Lazio
 1. Civitavecchia 14-2 
 2. Roma Tiber 13-3 
 3. Fondi Oasi 11-5 
 4. Formia Meta 11-5 
 5. Roma Alfa O. 10-5 
 6. Roma San Paolo 10-6 
 7. Frascati 9-7 
 8. Aprilia 7-9 
 9. Anzio 6-10 
 10. Sora 5-10 
 11. Roma APDB 5-11 
 12. Roma Petriana 5-11 
 13. Roma Smit 5-11 
 14. Roma Lazio 0-16 
Lombardia A
 1. Pavia Basket 16-0 
 2. Omnia Basket 14-2 
 3. Vigevano 11-5 
 4. 7 Laghi Gazzada 9-7 
 5. Battaglia 9-7 
 6. Milano3 9-7 
 7. Garbagnate 8-8 
 8. Saronno 8-8 
 9. Nerviano 7-9 
 10. Pall. Milano 1958 7-9 
 11. Cermenate 6-10 
 12. Opera Basket 4-12 
 13. Cistellum Basket 2-14 
 14. Copert. Valceresio 2-14 
Lombardia B
 1. Bernareggio 14-2 
 2. Cremona 10-6 
 3. Olginate 10-6 
 4. Romano di Lomb. 10-6 
 5. Lumezzane 9-7 
 6. Corona Platina 8-8 
 7. Pc-Project CC 8-8 
 8. Pizzighettone 8-8 
 9. Gardonese 7-9 
 10. Lissone 7-9 
 11. Manerbio 6-10 
 12. Nilox Agrate 6-10 
 13. Cernusco 5-11 
 14. Lierna 4-12 
Piemonte
 1. Alba 13-1 
 2. Torino Crocetta 12-2 
 3. Trecate 9-5 
 4. Torino CUS 8-6 
 5. Alessandria Bask. 7-7 
 6. Bra BT 71 7-7 
 7. PNC Cirie 7-7 
 8. Savigliano 7-7 
 9. Collegno 7-8 
 10. College BK 6-8 
 11. Saluzzo 5-9 
 12. Casale 4-8 
 13. Fossano 4-10 
 14. Torino 2-13 
Toscana
 1. Livorno Pielle 13-4 
 2. Empoli Lai 12-5 
 3. Livorno DBosco 12-5 
 4. Castelfiorentino 11-6 
 5. Lucca Geonova 10-6 
 6. Agliana 10-7 
 7. Libertas Liburnia 10-7 
 8. Montale 10-7 
 9. Altopascio 8-9 
 10. Certaldo 8-9 
 11. Prato 7-10 
 12. Valdisieve 7-10 
 13. Cantini Lorano 5-12 
 14. Carrara CMC 4-13 
 15. Folgore 3-13 
 16. Posal Sesto SG 3-13 
Veneto FVG
 1. Oderzo 14-2 
 2. Jesolo S.Dona 13-3 
 3. Arzignano 9-7 
 4. Caorle 9-7 
 5. Mestre 9-7 
 6. Padova Unione 9-7 
 7. Trieste Jadran 9-7 
 8. Codroipo 8-8 
 9. Corno di Ros. 8-8 
 10. Monfalcone 8-8 
 11. Montebelluna 6-10 
 12. Dueville 5-11 
 13. Bassano 4-12 
 14. Castelfranco Ven. 1-15 
Last:1/31/2017
Euroleague Standings
 1 Real Madrid 18-5 
 2 CSKA 17-6 
 3 Olympiacos 16-7 
 4 Fenerbahce 15-8 
 5 Panathinaikos 14-9 
 6 Crvena Zvezda 13-10 
 7 Anadolu Efes 12-11 
 8 Baskonia 12-11 
 9 Darussafaka 11-12 
 10 Zalgiris 10-13 
 11 FC Barcelona 9-14 
 12 Brose Bask. 8-15 
 13 Maccabi T-A 8-15 
 14 EA7 Armani 7-16 
 15 Galatasaray 7-16 
 16 Unics 7-16 
Last:2/24/2017
Basketball Champions League Standings
Group A
 1. Monaco 12-2 
 2. Banvit BK 11-3 
 3. CEZ Nymburk 10-4 
 4. Aris 8-6 
 5. Fraport SKY 7-7 
 6. Ironi Nahariya 5-9 
 7. Helios 2-12 
 8. Bakken 1-13 
Group B
 1. Le Mans 9-5 
 2. Umana VE 9-5 
 3. Pinar Karsiyaka 9-5 
 4. Avtodor 7-7 
 5. Maccabi Rishon 7-7 
 6. Oradea 6-8 
 7. Kataja Basket 6-8 
 8. Khimik 3-11 
Group C
 1. ASVEL 10-4 
 2. Neptunas 10-4 
 3. EWE Baskets 10-4 
 4. PAOK 7-7 
 5. Ventspils 7-7 
 6. Usak 5-9 
 7. Openjobmetis V. 4-10 
 8. Rosa Radom 3-11 
Group D
 1. Iberostar Tener. 11-3 
 2. Scandone AV 10-4 
 3. Strasbourg 9-5 
 4. Juventus 8-6 
 5. Oostende 6-8 
 6. Cibona 5-9 
 7. Mega Leks 4-10 
 8. Mornar Bar 3-11 
Group E
 1. Besiktas 12-2 
 2. AEK Athens 9-5 
 3. Partizan 8-6 
 4. Ludwigsburg 8-6 
 5. Banco di Srd 7-7 
 6. Spirou 6-8 
 7. Stelmet ZG 4-10 
 8. Szolnok 2-12 
Last:1/25/2017
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Marcus LANDRY
  Brescia
  (201-F-85)
  Avg: 20.5
 1. Landry, Brescia20.5 
 2. Sosa, JuveCaserta19.6 
 3. M'Baye, Enel B.19.3 
 4. Jones, VL Pesaro19.1 
 5. Johnson, AV Cantu18.3 
 6. Ragland, Scandone.17.9 
 7. White, Auxilium TO17.1 
 8. Della-Valle, Grissin.16.0 
 9. Scott, Enel Brindisi15.9 
 10. Aradori, Grissin .15.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 O.D. ANOSIKE
  Openjobm.
  (203-F/C-91)
  Avg: 11.6
 1. Anosike, Openjobm.11.6 
 2. Jones, VL Pesaro10.0 
 3. Washington, Auxilium.8.7 
 4. White, Auxilium TO8.3 
 5. Johnson, AV Cantu8.1 
 6. Watt, JuveCaserta7.9 
 7. Thomas, Vanoli CR7.8 
 8. Nnoko, VL Pesaro7.3 
 9. Lawal, Banco d.7.3 
 10. Jefferson, Dolomiti.7.2 
Assists Per Game
 Dominic WATERS
  AV Cantu
  (185-PG-86)
  Avg: 7.6
 1. Waters, AV Cantu7.6 
 2. Fitipaldo, Betaland.7.5 
 3. Vitali, Brescia7.4 
 4. Dowdell, AV Cantu6.7 
 5. Sosa, JuveCaserta6.2 
 6. Wright, Auxilium.5.5 
 7. Moore, The F.5.3 
 8. Ragland, Scandone.5.2 
 9. Maynor, Openjobm.4.9 
 10. Kalnietis, EA7 A.4.5 
Steals Per Game
 Corey HAWKINS
  The F.
  (190-G-91)
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Hawkins, The F.2.5 
 2. Goss, Enel Brindisi2.1 
 3. Craft, Dolomiti.1.9 
 4. Moss, Brescia1.8 
 5. Bostic, JuveCaserta1.6 
 6. Ragland, Scandone.1.6 
 7. Archie, Betaland.1.5 
 8. Lighty, Dolomiti.1.5 
 9. Green, Scandone AV1.5 
 10. Moore, Enel Brindisi1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Norvel PELLE
  Openjobm.
  (208-F-93)
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Pelle, Openjobm.2.4 
 2. Cervi, Grissin .2.3 
 3. Watt, JuveCaserta1.8 
 4. Johnson, AV Cantu1.5 
 5. Putney, JuveCaserta1.4 
 6. Thomas, Vanoli CR1.3 
 7. Biligha, Vanoli CR1.3 
 8. Lawal, AV Cantu1.3 
 9. M'Baye, Enel B.1.2 
Player of the Week

 Jalen Reynolds
  Grissin Bon RE
  ( 208-F-105-92 )
  

 Tony Easley
  Eurobasket Roma
  ( 206-C-90-87 )
  

 Michele Bei
  USE Basket
  ( 200-C/F-90 )
  
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Round 20 (Regular Season)

Openjobmetis Feb.27 The Flexx P 67%
Next Round Schedule

Round 23 (Regular Season)

East
Chieti 64% Feb.26 Piacenza
Unieuro Forl Feb.26 F.Kontatto 83%
Mantova Feb.26 Imola 53%
Ravenna 66% Feb.26 Bondi Ferrar
Treviso Bsk 57% Feb.26 Roseto
Alma Trieste 71% Feb.26 Recanati
Udine APU Feb.26 Verona 58%
Virtus Bolog 60% Feb.26 Jesi
West
Agrigento 55% Feb.26 Treviglio
Angelico Bie 62% Feb.26 Tortona
Novipiu Casa 76% Feb.26 Agropoli
Latina Bsk 60% Feb.26 FCM Ferenti
Viola RC Feb.26 Eurobasket R 65%
Scafati Feb.26 Lighthouse 52%
Mens Sana 18 51% Feb.26 Rieti
Roma Virtus 54% Feb.26 Legnano
Next Round Schedule

Round 23 (Regular Season)

Group A
Cecina Mar.12 Fiorentina 51%
Valsesia 53% Mar.12 Siena Virtus
Firenze Enic 54% Mar.11 Bottegone
Varese Robur 65% Mar.11 Montecatini
Moncalieri 60% Mar.11 Sangiorgese
USE Basket 73% Mar.11 San Miniato
Omegna 77% Mar.11 Domodossola
Oleggio Mar.11 Piombino 65%
Group B
Desio 73% Mar.12 Vicenza
Reggio Emili 57% Mar.12 Milano Urani
Padova 71% Mar.12 Crema
Sestu Mar.12 Cento 70%
Lecco 77% Mar.12 Iseo
Faenza 84% Mar.12 S.Vendemiano
Volpino Alto Mar.11 Bergamo 82%
Orzinuovi Ga 61% Mar.11 Piacenza
Group C
Viterbo SA Mar.12 Cassino 75%
Maddaloni Mar.12 Roma Vis Nov 70%
Teramo 56% Mar.12 Forli Tigers
Palestrina Mar.12 Valmontone 51%
Scauri Mar.12 Napoli Cuore 75%
Cefalu Mar.12 Catanzaro 54%
Barcellona 89% Mar.12 Roma S.Azzur
Roma Luiss 75% Mar.11 Patti
Group D
Ortona 79% Mar.12 Monteroni
Valdiceppo Mar.12 Giulianova 52%
Montegrano 83% Mar.12 Senigallia
Campli 58% Mar.12 Porto S.Elpi
Rimini 62% Mar.12 Taranto
Isernia Mar.12 San Severo 74%
Venafro Mar.12 Pescara 72%
Bisceglie 61% Mar.12 Matera
Next Round Schedule

Round 24 (Regular Season)

Crvena Zvezd 74% Mar.3 Brose Bask.
Darussafaka Mar.3 Panathinaiko 55%
FC Barcelona Mar.3 CSKA 70%
Unics Mar.3 Anadolu Efes 65%
Galatasaray Mar.2 Real Madrid 83%
Baskonia 62% Mar.2 EA7 Armani
Maccabi T-A Mar.2 Olympiacos 74%
Zalgiris Mar.2 Fenerbahce 51%
Next Round Schedule

Round 1 (1/8 Finals)

Pinar Karsiy Mar.1 Besiktas 55%
Ludwigsburg Mar.1 Neptunas 63%
Banco di Srd 63% Mar.1 Le Mans
Aris Mar.1 ASVEL 62%
Umana VE 51% Mar.1 Scandone AV
EWE Baskets 60% Feb.28 Banvit BK
AEK Athens 57% Feb.28 Monaco
PAOK Feb.28 Iberostar Te 52%
Keith Langford's Crazy Summer - Jul 4, 2012


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Sportando's David Pick sheds light on Keith Langford (193-G/F-83, college: Kansas)'s NBA and European offers, problems with Khimki Moscow, conversations with Ettore Messina, text messages with David Blatt, interest from Barcelona and Malaga, committing to Fenerbahce Ulker and how he ended up in Milano.

Nearly three months ago, after capitalizing an outstanding Adriatic League title and Final Four Most Valuable Player honors, Maccabi Tel Aviv executives reached out to Nick Lotsos, Keith Langford's Greek-American agent. "We want Keith to play for Maccabi for the next two season."

Langford, a former NCAA noteworthy Jayhawk and until recent -- most abhorrent guard in Europe -- looked to keep hooping in Israel.

The two sides' agreement stated Langford would earn an estimated $1.1 million next season. Problem was, due to Langford's triple title season (Adriatic League champion, Israeli League champion and Israeli League Cup holder), his outstanding Euroleague run, and the fact that his market value was increasing quickly, Langford preferred to test free agent waters and declined Maccabi's two year, $2 million proposal.

According to Tel Aviv's first bid, the 28-year-old Langford would earn $800,000 next season and $1.2 million during the 2013-14 season.

Firstly, when joining Maccabi in October 2011, Langford's stint in Israel looked far from promising. After overcoming a torn MCL in his right knee, Langford played spotty backup minutes so that Jordan Farmar, Theodoros Papaloukas and Euroleague rookie Yogev Ohayon could get a breather. Maccabi fans felt cheated by Langford's poor performances.

Yet with the NBA lockout ending, Farmar returned to the United States and Langford found his rhythm, blossoming into one of the most dominant guards throughout Europe, en route to leading Tel Aviv to the Elite 8 Euroleague playoffs series versus Greek giant Panathinaikos.

Despite the Greeks clinching a 3-2 series victory, the left-handed Langford topped his regular Euroleague season numbers with 13.4 points, 2.4 boards and 2.4 dimes per game while toying with elite European defenders in Dimitris Diamantidis, Nick Calathes and Romain Sato.

The versatile explosive guard recorded Euroleague season averages of 11 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game and would raise his scoring and rebounding figures in the Israeli competition to season highs of 14.2 points and 4 boards per contest.

While other European teams took firm interest in Langford, Lotsos told Maccabi to upped their bidding. After a number of team management meetings, Tel Aviv owner Danny Federman and Chairman Shimon Mizrahi decided to raise their offer by an extra $100,000. After consulting Lotsos, Langford turned it down.

However, the European market was moving slow and Langford's "problematic" history with Russian organization Khimki Moscow began to haunt him. "Teams were asking for a detailed desc ription about Keith's situation in Moscow. They wanted to know what happened, and his (harmful) history started catching up," said one source close to the player. In addition, "Teams looked for details on Keith's interaction on and off the court in Tel Aviv," said another source.

In March 2011, Langford signed a two year contract extension with Khimki, worth a guaranteed $4.5 million, only to have it vetoed during September that year. The former Russian League All-Star dealt not only with several season injuries, but with animosity from Khimki as well.

"People were curios to know what happened in Russia," Langford told Sportando from his home in Austin, Texas. "Every team asked about my history with Khimki, including a few NBA teams. It didnt have an effect in the long run, but it intimidated some people. They became more cautious," he said.

Undisclosed NBA teams that had Langford on their recruiting radar asked for a background desc ription on his European history. Langford's NBA interest included several NBA Summer League invites and two partial guaranteed offers from two Eastern Conference Playoffs organizations. One of them causing Langford, a two time Big 12 Conference regular season champion, to seriously consider. "He was really thinking of accepting one of the NBA offers, but at this point in his career he decided to keep climbing the European ladder," said the first source.

That said, Langford's Euroleague interest began to heat up after a phone call conversation between (then) Los Angeles Lakers' Consultant Ettore Messina and Lotsos. "Langford is a name that really interest me. Let's open negotiations after I officially sign with CSKA Moscow," said Messina.

Later on, Langford understood that Messina and CSKA were building around Serbian point guard Milos Teodosic (also Lotsos' client). Knowing Teodosic's style of play and amount of ball handling he requires, Lotsos thought it be best if Langford found his own niche.

After netting 17 points in the Israeli Semi-finals victory over Hapoel Holon on May 22nd, Langford was the last player to leave Nokia Arena. Around 00:20am, some 80 minutes after the final buzzer sounded, Langford was showered with love by dozens of young Maccabi supporters while heading to his Nissan Qashqai vehicle.

The multitalented scorer appreciated the yellow-and-blue support and paid the same respect to David Blatt throughout the summer. "Blatt and I spoke a number of times this summer," said Langford. "He's dealt with situations like these before and he was real relaxed. After finalizing things with Milano, I texted him and thanked him for everything he's helped me with this past season. He wished me the best of luck," Langford commented.

During the first weeks of June, Spanish Barcelona Regal was looking to make a move for the nifty combo guard and had scheduled a post season meeting in Spain with Lotsos. However, later that month, Langford was required to inform Maccabi on whether or not he would extend his contract. With time running out and Barcelona unwilling to make a decision, Langford moved on.

Then, Lotsos received notice from a Spanish area code. Unicaja Malaga representatives were on the other line asking, "What would it take for Keith to wear green next season?"

The mid-level Euroleague team would fail to land Langford and after negotiating with most of the Turkish Euroleague teams, in addition to Italian Armani Milano, Langford verbally committed to Fenerbahce Ulker last week.

Here comes the turning point.

Langford's people called Milano's General Manager Gianluca Pascucci and had thanked him for their offer, adding that they were going in a different direction. The thought of reuniting head coach Sergio Scariolo and Langford wasn't one the Italians were willing the pass out on. According to team sources, "Milano offered Langford almost $500,000 more than their final proposal."

"We believed Keith was going to end up in Turkey," sources with information of the player's deal said. "His decision came down to one of those two teams being the best fit, and he was going to go to Turkey. Fenerbahce made it a difficult choice but it was a last second mind changing decision and Milano made the deal much sweeter," added the source.

After signing his multi-year, $3.2 million contract, Langford had coach Scariolo's cellular number locked into his phone and reached out to the Italian. "I didnt talk to coach Scariolo until after I signed the paperwork on Saturday. I called him and said 'let's get going," he said.

Along with newly acquired Richard Hendrix, Langford hopes "Malik (Hairston) stays," and "Builds a team that is ready to compete for the Euroleague final four."

Langford will arrive in Milan, Italy, sometime within the next week for physical evaluations.

Courtesy of Sportando.net   




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Jefferson
Afyon tabs Johndre Jefferson, ex Dolomiti En. TR - 1 day ago
Afyonkarahisar Belediye (TBL) inked 29-year old American power forward Johndre Jefferson (207-102kg-88, college: S.Carolina, agency: Three Eye Sports). He played recently at Dolomiti Energia Trento in Italian Serie A, but left the team last month. In 11 games he averaged 10.5ppg and 7.2rpg this season. The last season Jefferson played at Konyaspor (BSL) where in 26 games he had 10.2ppg, 6.2rpg and 1.5apg. Among other achievements his team made it to the Slovakian League Semifinals in 2012.    [read more]

David Lighty
Banco di Srd inks David Lighty - 2 days ago
Banco di Sardegna Sassari (Serie A) signed 29-year old American swingman David Lighty (195-98kg-88, college: Ohio State) from Dolomiti Energia Trento. In 15 Serie A games in Italy he had 13.1ppg, 2.4rpg, 2.4apg and 1.5spg this season. The last season Lighty played at ASVEL Lyon Villeurbanne Basket in French ProA where in 45 games he recorded 8.7ppg, 2.3rpg and 2.3apg. He helped them to win the league title (twice) and they also made it to the Cup final (twice). Lighty also played 14 games...   [read more]


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