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LNA Standings
Places 1-6
 1. Fribourg 21-4 
 2. Monthey 18-7 
 3. Lugano Tigers 15-10 
 4. Geneve Lions 15-10 
 5. Neuchatel 13-12 
 6. Starwings 12-13 
Places 7-11
 1. Lausanne 11-13 
 2. Swiss Central 10-14 
 3. Boncourt 9-15 
 4. Massagno 8-16 
 5. Winterthur 3-21 
Stage One Standings
Season 2016-2017
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Fribourg Olympic celebrate SuperCup title (Photo:tdg.ch)
LNA Stage One Standings
 1. Fribourg 17-3 
 2. Monthey 14-6 
 3. Lugano Tigers 13-7 
 4. Neuchatel 13-7 
 5. Geneve Lions 13-7 
 6. Starwings 9-11 
 7. Swiss Central 9-11 
 8. Lausanne 7-13 
 9. Boncourt 7-13 
 10. Massagno 6-14 
 11. Winterthur 2-18 

Monthey clinch Coupe de la Ligue in Montreux (Photo:tdg.ch)

Lions de Geneve edge BBC Monthey to capture Cup title (Photo:tdg.ch)
Player of the week

     Jordan Heath
      Monthey
      (208-F/C-109)
      
    Points Per Game
     Rashad WHACK
      Winterthur
      (190-G-91)
      Avg: 21.5
     1. Whack, Winterthur21.5 
     2. Cochran, Lausanne21.3 
     3. Jones, Starwings19.8 
     4. Niles, Massagno19.6 
     5. Day, Massagno18.7 
     6. Wilson, Lausanne18.6 
     7. Downing, Winte.17.6 
     8. Williams, Boncourt17.6 
     9. Ballard, Geneve Lions17.5 
     10. Carey, Lugano T.17.5 
    Rebounds Per Game
     Durell VINSON
      Starwings
      (201-F/C-85)
      Avg: 12.6
     1. Vinson, Starwings12.6 
     2. Calasan, Boncourt12.5 
     3. Bergstedt, Massa.9.1 
     4. Sheldon, Winte.9.0 
     5. Ballard, Geneve Lions8.7 
     6. Brown, Swiss C.8.5 
     7. Heath, Monthey8.5 
     8. Krstanovic, Neuch.8.1 
     9. Taylor, Fribourg8.0 
     10. Dubas, Monthey7.8 
    Assists Per Game
     Terrell EVERETT
      Lugano T.
      (193-G-84)
      Avg: 6.5
     1. Everett, Lugano T.6.5 
     2. Young, Monthey5.8 
     3. Kovacevic, Swiss C.5.8 
     4. Jones, Starwings4.6 
     5. Cochran, Lausanne4.6 
     6. Magnani, Massagno4.4 
     7. Williams, Geneve L.4.4 
     8. Wright, Fribourg4.2 
     9. Savoy, Neuchatel4.1 
     10. Timberlake, Geneve L.3.6 
    Steals Per Game
     Karl COCHRAN
      Lausanne
      (185-G-92)
      Avg: 2.7
     1. Cochran, Lausanne2.7 
     2. Jones, Starwings2.3 
     3. Wright, Fribourg2.3 
     4. Wilson, Lausanne2.0 
     5. Jurkovitz, Fribourg1.9 
     6. Carter, Boncourt1.6 
     7. James, Neuchatel1.6 
     8. Veselinov, Swiss C.1.5 
     9. Whack, Winterthur1.5 
     10. Carey, Lugano T.1.5 
    Blocks Per Game
     Rhamel BROWN
      Swiss C.
      (201-F-92)
      Avg: 2.2
     1. Brown, Swiss C.2.2 
     2. Heath, Monthey1.5 
     3. James, Neuchatel1.0 
     4. Swannegan, Lausa.1.0 
     5. Cotture, Fribourg0.9 
     6. Monteiro, Winte.0.8 
     7. Bergstedt, Massa.0.8 
     8. Voss, Swiss C.0.6 
     9. Mladjan, Geneve L.0.6 
     10. Sheldon, Winte.0.5 

    Monthey celebrate LNA title (Photo: swissbasketball.ch)

    BBC Monthey 2016-17
    Niksa Bavcevic Niksa Bavcevic Bavcevic
    Markel Humphrey
    Humphrey
    Brandon Young
    Young
    Jordan Heath
    Heath
    Mikael Maruotto
    Maruotto
    Jonathan Dubas
    Dubas
    # Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
    0  Humphrey Markel 198 (6'6'') F 86 USA
    22  Young Brandon 193 (6'4'') G 91 USA
    11  Heath Jordan 208 (6'10'') F/C 91 USA
    8  Maruotto Mikael 201 (6'7'') SF 91 France Switzerland
    14  Dubas Jonathan 204 (6'9'') F/C 91 Belgium Switzerland
    23  Sinclair James 190 (6'3'') G 93 USA
    24  Efevberha Michael 193 (6'4'') G 84 Nigeria USA
    4  Maza Rodrigue 208 (6'10'') PF 91 France
    10  Barac Pankracije 196 (6'5'') G 81 Croatia
    9  Grau Ludovic 197 (6'6'') F 96 Switzerland
    6  Fritschi Thomas 187 (6'2'') G 98 Switzerland
    5  Fosserat David 190 (6'3'') G 96 Switzerland
    Head Coach: Niksa Bavcevic
    Coach Assistant: Nathan Zana

    Eurobasket.com All-Swiss LNA Awards 2017 - Jun 15, 2017


    Eurobasket.com All-Swiss LNA 1st Team 2017
    Tristan Carey
    Carey
    Brandon Young
    Young
    Marko Mladjan
    Mladjan
    Jordan Heath
    Heath
    Zoran Krstanovic
    Krstanovic

    Finals MVP: Brandon Young (193-G-91) of Monthey
    Player of the Year: Brandon Young (193-G-91) of Monthey
    Guard of the Year: Brandon Young (193-G-91) of Monthey
    Forward of the Year: Marko Mladjan (205-F-93) of Geneve Lions
    Center of the Year: Zoran Krstanovic (204-F/C-82) of Neuchatel
    Bosman Player of the Year: Zoran Krstanovic (204-F/C-82) of Neuchatel
    Import Player of the Year: Brandon Young (193-G-91) of Monthey
    Domestic Player of the Year: Marko Mladjan (205-F-93) of Geneve Lions
    Defensive Player of the Year: Karl Cochran (185-G-92) of Lausanne
    Youth Player of the Year: Arnaud Cotture (203-PF-95) of Fribourg
    Coach of the Year: Niksa Bavcevic of Monthey

    1st Team
    G: Tristan Carey (193-G-91) of Lugano Tigers
    G: Brandon Young (193-G-91) of Monthey
    F: Marko Mladjan (205-F-93) of Geneve Lions
    F/C: Jordan Heath (208-F/C-91) of Monthey
    F/C: Zoran Krstanovic (204-F/C-82) of Neuchatel

    2nd Team
    G: Chris Jones (188-G-93) of Starwings
    G/F: Dusan Mladjan (198-G/F-86) of Fribourg
    F: Travis Taylor (203-F-90) of Fribourg
    G/F: Antonio Ballard (196-G/F-88) of Geneve Lions
    F: Markel Humphrey (198-F-86) of Monthey

    Honorable Mention
    Arnaud Cotture (203-PF-95) of Fribourg
    Mikael Maruotto (201-SF-91) of Monthey
    Jules Aw (202-F/C-86) of Lugano Tigers
    Terrell Everett (193-G-84) of Lugano Tigers
    Derek Stockalper (196-F-84) of Lugano Tigers
    Brian Savoy (189-SG-92) of Neuchatel
    Durell Vinson (201-F/C-85) of Starwings
    Nemanja Kovacevic (194-G-85) of Swiss Central
    Anton Wilson (196-G-94) of Lausanne
    Marco Lehmann (185-SG-93) of Swiss Central
    Nemanja Calasan (204-C-85) of Boncourt
    Jonas Bergstedt (210-C-91) of Massagno
    Quinton Day (185-G-84) of Massagno
    Warren Niles (196-G-89) of Massagno
    Rashad Whack (6'3''-G-91) of Island S.

    All-Domestic Players Team
    SG: Brian Savoy (189-SG-92) of Neuchatel
    G/F: Dusan Mladjan (198-G/F-86) of Fribourg
    F: Marko Mladjan (205-F-93) of Geneve Lions
    PF: Arnaud Cotture (203-PF-95) of Fribourg
    F/C: Jonathan Dubas (204-F/C-91) of Monthey

    All-Imports Team
    G: Chris Jones (188-G-93) of Starwings
    G: Tristan Carey (193-G-91) of Lugano Tigers
    G: Brandon Young (193-G-91) of Monthey
    F: Travis Taylor (203-F-90) of Fribourg
    F/C: Jordan Heath (208-F/C-91) of Monthey


    Monthey celebrate LNA title - Jun 14, 2017


    Geneve Lions - Monthey 69-77

    Monthey rolled past Geneve Lions to celebrate LNA title. The guests took control from the first minutes by winning first half. But Geneve Lions won third quarter 17-14. However it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. The former international power forward Jonathan Dubas (204-91) had a double-double by scoring 16 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals to lead the charge for the winners and American forward Markel Humphrey (198-86, college: Marshall, agency: Three Eye Sports) chipped in 19 points and 5 rebounds during the contest. Four Monthey players scored in double figures. The best for the losing side was American swingman Antonio Ballard (196-88, college: Miami, OH) with 16 points and 9 rebounds and the former international forward Marko Mladjan (205-93) produced a double-double by scoring 12 points and 10 rebounds. Geneve Lions' coach rotated ten players in this game, but that didn't help.
    Top scorers:
    Geneve Lions: A.Ballard 16+9reb+1ast, M.Mladjan 12+10reb, D.Milka 12+2reb, C.Timberlake 9+4reb+5ast, C.Williams 8+4reb+2ast, P.Gravet 5+7reb+1ast
    Monthey: M.Humphrey 19+5reb+3ast, B.Young 16+6reb+4ast, J.Dubas 16+13reb+5ast, R.Maza 10+6reb, J.Heath 9+8reb, M.Maruotto 5+4reb+1ast
    gschID: 547948




    Monthey clinch Coupe de la Ligue in Montreux - Feb 5, 2017


    Monthey - Fribourg Olympic 85-71

    Monthey clinch Coupe de la Ligue in Montreux 85-71. The team pushed the tempo in the second half to grab the first title of year 2017. Even thought Monthey posted a 21-19 rally in the start of the game, they could not control the first half. Fribourg Olympic answered with a 21-17 run in the second period for a 2-point half-time advantage. The second half however fully belonged to the winning side of the game. Monthey won the third quarter 21-16 and closed the game with a final 25-16 burst.
    Jonathan Dubas (204-F/C-91) stepped up with 20 points and 10 rebounds, while Markel Humphrey (198-F-86, college: Marshall, agency: Three Eye Sports) and Mikael Maruotto (201-SF-91) notched 16 each. Justin Roberson (186-PG-93, college: La-Monroe) replied with 17 points in a loss and Arnaud Cotture (203-PF-95), Travis Taylor (203-F-90, college: Xavier) and Derek Wright (179-PG-86, college: Austin Peay St.) added 11 each.


    Lions de Geneve edge BBC Monthey to capture Cup title - Apr 8, 2017


    Lions de Geneve - BBC Monthey 78-77

    Lions de Geneve celebrate Coupe Swiss at the home court. They grabbed a 78-77 win against BBC Monthey in Geneve for the first title in 2017.
    BBC Monthey looked better in the first half and managed to win both quarters. They posted a 23-18 run in the first one and added an 18-12 rally in the second frame. Moreover the guests increased to 4 more points sealing a 25-21 edge in the third period. Lions de Geneve however erupted with a massive 27-11 surge to win the game.
    Marko Mladjan (205-F-93) stepped up with 16 points for the hosts and Chad Timberlake (194-G-84, college: Fair Dickinson, agency: BeoBasket) notched 15. Brandon Garrett (206-F-90, college: Murray St.) scored 12 and Ballard Antonio ended up with 11. Markel Humphrey (198-F-86, college: Marshall, agency: Three Eye Sports) answered with 24 points in a loss and Brandon Young (193-G-91, college: De Paul) collected 19 points and 10 assists.


    Fribourg Olympic celebrate SuperCup title - Oct 9, 2016


    Fribourg Olympic - Union Neuchatel Basket 75:55

    Fribourg Olympic celebrate Super Cup title with a confident win over Union Neuchatel Basket. Fribourg Olympic pushed the tempo in the second half for a 75-55 win. Fribourg grabbed a 25-16 lead at the end of the first period and had 9 points advantage at the half-time. They led 57-49 after 30 minutes and then dominated the last stanza. Dusan Mladjan (198-G/F-86) was named MVP of the Finals with 19 points.



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