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LNB: Season 2011-2012
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Points Per Game
1 Jefferson, Neuchatel 22.9 2 Bozovic, Fribourg 17.7 3 Barattolo, Momo 17.5 4 Madiamba, Fribourg 16.7 5 Koludrovic, Momo 16.7
Rebounds Per Game
1 Madiamba, Fribourg 12.5 2 Bozovic, Fribourg 11.9 3 Johnson, Villars 10.6 4 Dubas, Martigny 9.6 5 Mladjan, Lugano 9.5
Assists Per Game
1 Jaunin, Bernex 6.4 2 Jefferson, Neuchatel 6.0 3 Nattiel, Bern 4.5 4 Johnson, Villars 4.3 5 Mayor, Vernier 3.9
Steals Per Game
1 Jaunin, Bernex 5.3 2 Tindom, Martigny 3.5 3 Jefferson, Neuchatel 3.2 4 Mayor, Vernier 3.0 5 Porchet, Vevey 2.8
Blocks Per Game
1 Atcho, Pully 1.9 2 Mladjan, Lugano 1.5 3 Tutonda, Vernier 1.4 4 Dubas, Martigny 1.2 5 Bozovic, Fribourg 1.1
BC Alte Kanti Aarau wins the Swiss LNB 2011-2012 title
BC Alte Kanti Aarau 2011-12
Eurobasket.com All-Swiss LNB Awards 2011-2012 - May 25, 2012
Eurobasket.com All-Swiss LNB Awards 2011-2012
Finals MVP: Jason Perry (193-F-84) of BC Alte Kanti Aarau (193-F-84) of BC AKA Player of the Year: Domenico Marcario (180-G-79) of Vevey Guard of the Year: Domenico Marcario (180-G-79) of Vevey Forward of the Year: Kgomotso Sefolosha (199-F-83) of Vevey Center of the Year: Herb Johnson (209-F/C-62) of Neuchatel Bosman Player of the Year: Domenico Marcario (180-G-79) of Vevey Import Player of the Year: Herb Johnson (209-F/C-62) of Neuchatel Domestic Player of the Year: Kgomotso Sefolosha (199-F-83) of Vevey Defensive Player of the Year: Florian Steinmann (197-F-91) of Geneve Lions Coach of the Year: Milenko Tomic of BC AKA 1st Team G: Derrick Lang (194-80) of Neuchatel G: Domenico Marcario (180-79) of Vevey F: Kgomotso Sefolosha (199-83) of Vevey F: Jason Perry (193-84) of BC AKA F/C: Herb Johnson (209-62) of Neuchatel 2nd Team G: Warner Nattiel (184-82) of Bern G: Matthias Kautzor-Schroder (195-75) of Meyrin Geneve F: Florian Steinmann (197-91) of Geneve Lions F: Michael Polite (203-68) of BC AKA F/C: Thomas Studer (199-84) of Vevey Honorable Mention Davide Garruti (189-G-89) of DDV Lugano Jerome Justo (182-G/F-87) of Blonay Basket Michael Pluess (186-G/F-90) of Swiss Central Simon Bernet (205-F/C-84) of Zurich Wildcats Andy Burns (204-F-88) of Villars Andres Rodriguez (192-G/F-88) of Pully Albert Myles (198-G-75) of Pully Jules Stalder (190-G-93) of BBC Nyon Aurelien Alexander (191-G-81) of Bernex Jeremy Santallo (189-G-88) of Meyrin Geneve Rene Engel (196-F-80) of Bern Ivica Radosavljevic (207-C-83) of Neuchatel Nathan Lang (203-F-85) of Neuchatel All-Domestic Players Team G: Warner Nattiel (184-82) of Bern G: Matthias Kautzor-Schroder (195-75) of Meyrin Geneve F: Kgomotso Sefolosha (199-83) of Vevey F: Michael Polite (203-68) of BC AKA F/C: Thomas Studer (199-84) of Vevey All-Imports Team G: Derrick Lang (194-80) of Neuchatel G: Domenico Marcario (180-79) of Vevey F: Jason Perry (193-84) of BC AKA F: Nathan Lang (203-85) of Neuchatel F/C: Herb Johnson (209-62) of Neuchatel Aarau clinch LNB title - May 15, 2012
Neuchatel - BC AKA 55:56 BC Alte Kanti Aarau celebrated the LNB title. They defeated Neuchatel in the decisive third game of the Finals. Jason Perry (193-F-84, college: William Penn) came up with 18 points and 12 rebounds to lead the winners. Neuchatel opened the game aggressively. They held their opponents to 12 points in the opening frame to take a 4-point lead. Aarau narrowed the gap in the second term. The visitors trailed by just two points at the interval 27:29. Neuchatel managed to score just 10 points in the third term as BC AKA grabbed a 40:39 lead. The teams stayed neck and neck throughout the fourth period but BC AKA proved calm in the decisive moments to seal the victory at the end. Yannic Ngarambe (194-G/F-89) and Michael Polite (203-F-68, college: Florida St.) finished with 10 points each for the winners. Herb Johnson (209-F/C-62, college: Tulsa) answered with 16 points and 11 rebounds for Neuchatel. Derrick Lang (194-G-80, college: Incarnate Word) and Luka Vertel (196-G/F-86) netted 13 points each in the loss. Neuchatel: Herb Johnson 16+11 boards, Derrick Lang 13, Luka Vertel 13 BC AKA: Jason Perry 18+12 boards, Yannic Ngarambe 10, Michael Polite 10
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