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LNA Standings
 1. Fribourg 21-6 
 2. Geneve Lions 21-6 
 3. Neuchatel 21-6 
 4. Monthey 20-7 
 5. Lugano Tigers 17-10 
 6. Massagno 12-15 
 7. Boncourt 9-18 
 8. Starwings 9-18 
 9. Swiss Central 4-23 
 10. Winterthur 1-26 

Fribourg Olympic clinch Coupe de Suisse in Zurich (Photo: lnba.ch)
Points Per Game
 Richard CARTER
  Swiss C.
  (180-PG-92)
  Avg: 23
 1. Carter, Swiss C.23.0 
 2. Crockett, Massagno21.0 
 3. Burnatowski, Starw.20.5 
 4. Williams, Miramar18.6 
 5. Day, Massagno18.5 
 6. Toure, Neuchatel18.3 
 7. Badji, Kangoeroes17.6 
 8. Ikonic, Monthey17.0 
 9. Norfleet, Boncourt16.9 
 10. Timberlake, Month.16.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Pape BADJI
  Kangoeroes
  (208-F/C-92)
  Avg: 12.3
 1. Badji, Kangoeroes12.3 
 2. Watson, Lugano T.12.3 
 3. Toure, Neuchatel11.5 
 4. Crockett, Massagno10.8 
 5. Williams, Miramar9.9 
 6. Sparks, Bisons L.9.8 
 7. Dos Santos, Bonco.9.7 
 8. Upson, Starwings9.6 
 9. Jankovic, Massagno9.5 
 10. Djuric, Swiss Cen.7.9 
Assists Per Game
 Stefan FEKETE
  Winterthur
  (190-PG-86)
  Avg: 5.8
 1. Fekete, Winterthur5.8 
 2. Savoy, Neuchatel5.5 
 3. Wright, Fribourg5.4 
 4. Rambo, Lugano T.4.9 
 5. Gibson, Monthey4.6 
 6. Ross, Starwings4.6 
 7. Carter, Swiss C.4.6 
 8. Bavcevic, Monthey4.5 
 9. Ingram, Geneve L.4.5 
 10. Norfleet, Boncourt4.3 
Steals Per Game
 Derek WRIGHT
  Fribourg
  (179-PG-86)
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Wright, Fribourg2.3 
 2. Timberlake, Month.1.9 
 3. Dubas, Monthey1.9 
 4. Norfleet, Boncourt1.9 
 5. Djuric, Swiss Cent.1.8 
 6. Rambo, Lugano T.1.8 
 7. Crockett, Massagno1.8 
 8. Day, Massagno1.8 
 9. Williams, Miramar1.7 
 10. Toure, Neuchatel1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Josh SPARKS
  Bisons L.
  (205-C/F-90)
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Sparks, Bisons L.2.1 
 2. Robinson, Winte.1.8 
 3. Toure, Neuchatel1.6 
 4. Mladjan, Monthey1.2 
 5. Henry, Lugano T.1.1 
 6. Glyniadakis, Nea K.1.0 
 7. Upson, Starwings1.0 
 8. Dubas, Monthey0.9 
 9. Badji, Kangoeroes0.8 
 10. Cotture, Fribourg0.7 

BBC Monthey conquer Coupe de la Ligue title (Photo: lnba.ch)
Season 2015-2016
List of Players
List of Imports
Abroad
Stats

Lugano crowned SuperCup Champions (Photo: lnba.ch)

Fribourg claim LNA title (Photo: fribourg-olympic.ch)

Fribourg Olympic 2015-16
Petar Aleksic Petar Aleksic Aleksic
Derek Wright
Wright
Andre Williamson
Williamson
Arnaud Cotture
Cotture
Jonathan Kazadi
Kazadi
Roberto Kovac
Kovac
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
7  Wright Derek 179 (5'11'') PG 86 USA
50  Williamson Andre 202 (6'8'') F 89 USA
 Cotture Arnaud 203 (6'8'') PF 95 Switzerland
 Kazadi Jonathan 193 (6'4'') G 91 Switzerland
 Kovac Roberto 189 (6'3'') SG 90 Switzerland
5  Miljanic Slobodan 201 (6'7'') F 90 Montenegro
99  Jurkovitz Natan 199 (6'7'') F 95 France Switzerland
8  Molteni Westher 200 (6'7'') F 87 Dominican Republic Switzerland
19  Fongue Eric 201 (6'7'') C 91 Switzerland
 Monteiro Kevin 196 (6'5'') F 94 Portugal Switzerland
 Damjanovic Vuk 198 (6'6'') F 96 Montenegro Switzerland
 Leemans Stan 205 (6'9'') C 92 Belgium Switzerland
 Mbala Boris 185 (6'1'') G 96 Switzerland
Head Coach: Petar Aleksic
Coach Assistant: Vladimir Ruzicic

Eurobasket.com All-Swiss LNA Awards 2016 - Jun 7, 2016


Eurobasket.com All-Swiss LNA 1st Team 2016
Derek Wright
Wright
Brian Savoy
Savoy
Jeffrey Crockett
Crockett
Marko Mladjan
Mladjan
Babacar Toure
Toure

Finals MVP: Jonathan Kazadi (193-G-91) of Fribourg
Player of the Year: Babacar Toure (205-F/C-85) of Neuchatel
Guard of the Year: Derek Wright (179-PG-86) of Fribourg
Forward of the Year: Jeffrey Crockett (201-F-91) of Massagno
Center of the Year: Babacar Toure (205-F/C-85) of Neuchatel
Bosman Player of the Year: Murphy Burnatowski (200-SF-90) of Starwings
Import Player of the Year: Babacar Toure (205-F/C-85) of Neuchatel
Domestic Player of the Year: Marko Mladjan (205-F-93) of Monthey
Defensive Player of the Year: Derek Wright (179-PG-86) of Fribourg
Youth Player of the Year: Arnaud Cotture (203-PF-95) of Fribourg
Coach of the Year: Petar Aleksic of Fribourg

1st Team
PG: Derek Wright (179-PG-86) of Fribourg
SG: Brian Savoy (189-SG-92) of Neuchatel
F: Jeffrey Crockett (201-F-91) of Massagno
F: Marko Mladjan (205-F-93) of Monthey
F/C: Babacar Toure (205-F/C-85) of Neuchatel

2nd Team
G: Jonathan Kazadi (193-G-91) of Fribourg
PG: Dominique Rambo (183-PG-91) of Lugano Tigers
G/F: Dusan Mladjan (198-G/F-86) of Geneve Lions
SF: Murphy Burnatowski (200-SF-90) of Starwings
F: Andre Williamson (202-F-89) of Fribourg

Honorable Mention
Tony Brown (193-G-79) of Neuchatel
James Mathis (200-C/F-84) of Neuchatel
Justin Ingram (189-PG-85) of Geneve Lions
Andrej Stimac (204-F/C-79) of Lugano Tigers
Quinton Day (185-G-84) of Massagno
Devonte Upson (206-C-93) of Starwings
Nicolas Dos Santos (200-PF-87) of Boncourt
Jonathan Arledge (206-F-91) of Boncourt
Richard Carter (180-PG-92) of Swiss Central
Stefan Fekete (190-PG-86) of Winterthur

All-Domestic Players Team
G: Jonathan Kazadi (193-G-91) of Fribourg
SG: Brian Savoy (189-SG-92) of Neuchatel
G/F: Dusan Mladjan (198-G/F-86) of Geneve Lions
F: Marko Mladjan (205-F-93) of Monthey
PF: Nicolas Dos Santos (200-PF-87) of Boncourt

All-Imports Team
PG: Derek Wright (179-PG-86) of Fribourg
PG: Dominique Rambo (183-PG-91) of Lugano Tigers
F: Jeffrey Crockett (201-F-91) of Massagno
SF: Murphy Burnatowski (200-SF-90) of Starwings
F/C: Babacar Toure (205-F/C-85) of Neuchatel


Fribourg claim LNA title - Jun 1, 2016


Neuchatel - Fribourg 63:80

Fribourg celebrated the 16th LNA title. They edged Neuchatel to win the championship series 4-2. Jonathan Kazadi (193-G-91) came up with 18 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists to lead the visitors.
Fribourg dominated throughout the bigger part of the game. They recorded a 20:15 lead ten minutes into the game. Fribourg boosted the lead in the second term. The visitors established a 41:29 halftime advantage. The complexion of the game did not change in the second half. Fribourg eased to an 18-point lead heading into the fourth quarter and never looked back en route to the win. Andre Williamson (202-F-89, college: Appalachian St., agency: HMS) and Arnaud Cotture (203-PF-95) delivered 16 points each for the winners. Babacar Toure (205-F/C-85) responded with 22 points and 7 rebounds for Neuchatel. Brian Savoy (189-SG-92) had 11 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists in the loss.

Neuchatel: Babacar Toure 22, Brian Savoy 11
Fribourg: Jonathan Kazadi 18, Andre Williamson 16, Arnaud Cotture 16



Fribourg Olympic clinch Coupe de Suisse in Zurich - Apr 9, 2016


Coupe de Suisse
Fribourg Olympic-Lions de Geneve 82-75

Fribourg Olympic clinch Coupe de Suisse in Zurich as they overcame Lions de Geneve 82-75. Fribourg took 26-13 lead at the end of the first period and led 5 points at the halftime. Lions de Geneve meanwhile dominated the third period and grabbed a 59-55 lead with 10 minutes to go, however could not win the game. Due to 27-16 surge in the last stanza Fribourg Olympic celebrated the victory. Slobodan Miljanic (201-F-90, college: Lynn) top-scored for the winners with 22 points, while Derek Wright (179-PG-86, college: Austin Peay St.) nailed 18. Justin Ingram (189-PG-85, college: Toledo, agency: Two Points) replied with 19 points in the losing effort.


BBC Monthey conquer Coupe de la Ligue title - Feb 1, 2016


BBC Monthey conquer Coupe de la Ligue title leaving no chances for Fribourg Olympic in the Final game. BBC Monthey posted a 79:65 win to grab the first trophy of year 2016. They trailed 2 points at the end of the first period, but erupted with a 21-5 surge for a 37-23 halftime advantage. Moreover they closed the game with a massive 29-18 rally to win the game. Marko Mladjan (205-F-93) stepped up with 24 points for the winners and Cedric Mafuta (192-G/F-84) added 16. Goran Ikonic (196-G-80, agency: BeoExcell) scored 13, whilst Rickey Gibson (191-G-84, college: Stillman) added 11. Slobodan Miljanic (201-F-90, college: Lynn) ended up with 14 points in the losing effort.


Lugano crowned SuperCup Champions - Sep 6, 2015


Lugano Tigers won SuperCup to lift their first trophy of the 2015/2016 season. The team from the Italian-speaking side overcame Lions de Geneve 74:66. Both teams posted 19 points each in the first period, while a 22-18 rally in the second frame allowed the Tigers to take a 4-point half-time advantage. Moreover Lugano Tigers erupted for a 17-2 surge in the third period and sealed the comfortable win. Dominique Rambo (183-PG, college: SAGU, agency: Agency) was named MVP of the game as he notched 20 points for the winners. Juraj Kozic (198-SF-95, agency: Agency) followed him with 15, while Derek Stockalper (196-F-84, college: Cal Poly - SLO) added 9. Dusan Mladjan (198-G/F-86) replied with 23 points in the losing effort.



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