EUROBASKET NEWS REPORT - 12/10/2008Copyright © 1997-2008 Eurobasket
Georgia Gwizzlies signed 30-year old guard Marcus Ward (178-G-78, college: Clark Atlanta). Ward played most recently at Anderson Heat (WBA). Marcus played at Georgia for the past few years.
Xavier Morton (6'9''-F/C-80, college: Clark Atlanta), A.J. Stallworth (6'9''-C-79, agency: Prossin Sports Management, college: Life), Marcus Dixon (6'8''-C-84, college: Albany St.), Terico Smothers (6'4''-G-82) left Georgia Gwizzlies
Courstesy of Georgia Gwizzlies
game of the round:
Atenas 75- Libertad 65: Atenas reached the record of Penarol with 16 consecutive games without losing. This team seems invincible and they will have the chance to overcome the record just against penarol on wednesday.
Player of the round:
Ronald Ramon (185-G-86, agency: CAA Sports, college: Pittsburgh) (lanus) the guard had an splendid game in a losing effort. 27 pts 6 reb 2 as
Ronald Ramon of lanus
Pablo Gil (188-G-78) of quilmes
Sebastian Ginobili (190-G-72, agency: Interperformances) of libertad
Tiago De Souza (187-G-83, college: South Plains JC) of ben hur
Julio Mazzaro (186-G-79) of quimsa
Tiago De Souza 34
Julio Mazzaro 30
Sebastian Ginobili 27
Ronald Ramon 27
Bruno Labaque 26
Lazaro Borrell (202-F-72, agency: Interperformances) 20
Federico Kammerichs 15
Djibril Kante 13
Ramel Allen 11
Pedro Calderon 11
Hernando Salles (188-G-79) 11
Pedro Franco 8
Diego Alba 7
Leonardo Labella 6
Leonel Schattmann 6
|Canal Digital Ligaen Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1. Gilliam, Aabyhoj 26.3|
2. Lamont, SISU 23.4
3. Colman, Roskilde 22.6
4. Dennis, Naestved 21.5
5. Colas Randers 21.3
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1. Colas, Randers 16.3|
2. Thibodeau,Roskild 9.8
3. Brown, Roskilde 9.6
4. Hoger, Svendborg 9.3
5. Gross, Naestved 8.8
|Assists Per Game|
|1.Smith, Svendborg 5.5|
2. Borgan Roskilde 4.7
3. Fatic, Naestved 4.4
4. Colman, Roskilde 4.1
5. Smedley, Randers 4.0
|Blocks Per Game|
|1. Colas, Randers 2.9|
2. Brown, Roskilde 2.6
3. Christoffersen, Bears 1.9
After The Deutsche Bank Skyliners upset Triumph Moscow last week, they wanted to duplicate their luck with a win against BC Kiev, but were disappointed as the Ukrainian team showed their total class in the last minutes totally taking apart Frankfurt and winning 66 to 58. The game also marked the return of ex three time BBL cup winner and BBL champ Sasa Obradovic who was no stranger to the Ballsporthalle in the last years. Coach Obradovic and Skyliner Titus Ivory (193-G-79, college: Penn St.) were reunited again after winning the BBL title in 2006 and gave each other a giant hug before the game. 'It was good to see Sascha again. I had a lot of success with him in Cologne', stated Titus Ivory. BC Kiev played a solid game and were never in any fear of losing the game.'This was a very hard fought game. We really needed a win on the road. This will put us in a good position to advance', said American James Penn (178-G-77, college: Ohio St.). Frankfurt fought hard in the second half, but down the stretch in the fourth quarter let Kiev go on a run to seal the win.'Their overall experience beat us at the end. We made too many mistakes in the last minutes that cost us the victory', said a sad Derrick Allen (203-F-80, agency: Pro One Sports, college: Mississippi). Frankfurt fall to 1-2 and Kiev to 2-1 in the standings.
Before the game, injured skyliner American Jimmy McKinney (192-G-83, agency: Strategic Sports, college: Missouri) predicted a defensive type of game, and that is exactly what the fans got. BC Kiev found their rhythm quickest as The Deutsche Bank Skyliners seemed a bit unsettled and couldnt get any kind of fluency into their game as Kiev led fast 8-0. All four baskets were produced in the Frankfurt zone as the big Kiev bodies were waltzing to the Basket alone as Frankfurt were uninvited guests in their own zone. Big Bosnian Kenan Bajramovic (206-F-81, agency: Beo Basket) scored twice including a dunk and American James Penn scored on a fabulous runner in the lane. Kiev was very awake, while Frankfurt seemed to still be taking an afternoon nap. Captain Pascal Roller (180-G-76) finally brought some life into the lifeless Frankfurt offense with a three pointer and three free throws. Suddenly BC Kiev led only 8-6 and Frankfurt had finally broken the ice. However BC Kiev scored two more times with an Artur Drozdov (198-G-80) mid range jumper and a high rainbow shot from Manuchar Markoishvilli. Pascal Roller ended the extremely low scoring first quarter with a runner in the lane. BC Kiev led 13-9. BC Kiev was playing strong defense that limited Frankfurt in their shot selection. Frankfurt was shooting a poor 9% from three point land and only 20% from two point range. The only joyous stat was the Frankfurt 13-10 rebound advantage. 'Frankfurt rebounded well. They boxed out very well, which was key. Their rebounding strength kept Frankfurt in the game', stressed James Penn.
BC Kiev became more vigorous in the second quarter as they sped off on a 13-4 run to take a commanding 25 to 13 lead. BC Kiev now controlled the game and The Deutsche Bank Skyliners were left in a unwanted hole reeling to crawl out. BC Kiev was playing a smart inside out game getting scoring production from American Alex Scales (192-G-78, college: Oregon) twice from three point land and easy buckets inside from Goran Jeretin (192-G-79, agency: Beo Basket) and Ex Alba Berlin player Jovo Stanojevic (208-C-77, agency: Beo Basket). Frankfurt could only score twice with a flying Keith Simmons (196-G-85, college: Holy Cross) from the wing for a lay up and a spectacular Ilian Evtimov (201-F-83, agency: Interperformances, college: N.Carolina St.) hoop. Evtimov posted up to Brent Wright (203-F/C-78, college: Florida) tried to go left, couldnt get by him, but then went to his right spinning around him so quickly that before Wright even knew what had happened Evtimov had already scored. BC Kiev continued to contain Frankfurt and were forcing many turnovers. However Lorenzo flash Gordon saved Frankfurt by trailing by even more as he scored six points down the stretch. BC Kiev still led 33-22 at halftime. Kiev was playing a very strong defense, but it seemed as if Frankfurt had still not reached their potential on offense as too many guys had yet not found their game pace. Frankfurt was still shooting a horrendous 10% from three point land and 20% from two point land. They were still dominating the boards, but their nine turnovers were not satisfactory. 'We had absolutely no intensity in the first half and way too many breakdowns', stated American Derrick Allen.
Coach Murat Didin worked some kind of magic in the halftime as his team returned with a fighting spirit and showed no alarm, as they took their game to a new level that BC Kiev coudnt defend as easily. Frankfurt went on a 10-2 run to cut the BC Kiev lead 35-32. 'I thought that we were still controlling the game even with their comeback. They were looking to find a go to guy. They had made many free throws', explained James Penn. Derrick Allen scored in the zone after a perfectly crafted pass from Titus Ivory. Allen and King hit some free throws and Konrad Wysocki (202-F-82, agency: Pro One Sports, college: Princeton) nailed a big three pointer. Frankfurt was displaying an aggressive defense, which seemed to be the ex factor in the Frankfurt game. 'Their diamond two defense was successful. We couldnt hit our shots. Their defense helped them comeback', said James Penn. American Anthony King also was showing that he can be a ferocious lion as he was a wall under the hoop. Frankfurt stayed close, but could not gain the lead yet. German Konrad Wysocki continued his smart play on offense scoring twice in the zone to cut the Kiev lead to 40-38. Manchuar Markoisvilli continued to demand the ball and he continued to make big shots. Kiev led 43 to 38, but Frankfurt went on a mini 4-0 run as American Titus Ivory tip toed into the lane and layed it in with his left hand and American Lorenzo Gordon (201-F-83, agency: Hart Sports Mngm, college: Oklahoma City) made a lay up. Kiev led only 43-42, but ex Alba Berlin player Goran Jeretin made a three pointer and BC Kiev led 46-42 after three quarters. The Frankfurt shooting percentages were slowly getting better, while the shooting percentage of Kiev was dwindling. Frankfurt still led the rebounding joust 32-28 and both teams suffered no turnovers in the third quarter.
The fourth quarter continued to be very exciting, but BC Kiev go the better start as Bajramovic scored a three pointer and BC Kiev led 49-42. Frankfurt knew the importance of the game and started a second comeback. Keith Simmons hit from outside. Lorenzo Gordon, who often makes it look so easy with his motions, had little work on the next hoop as he stood like a cherry picker and caught an Ivory airball and layed the ball in. Frankfurt now trailed only 49 to 46 and continued to get strong defensive stops. Ilian Evtimov had been quiet for long stretches of the game, but now became loud and made the Ballsporthlale into a loud cauldron hitting a massive three pointer knotting the game at 49. Coach Murat Didin let out a scream of joy and the game had just turned a new chapter. BC Kiev responded with a Jovo Stanojevic hoop underneath to lead 51 to 49. However Frankfurt didnt wait long and finally took their first lead of the game 52-51 after a successful Titus Ivory three pointer.
It seemed like the game had turned in favour of Frankfurt, but instead BC Kiev stayed calm and rebounded showing no remorse going on a 10-0 run and deciding the game with their hot outside shooting. Artur Drozdov hit twice and Manuchar Markoishvili (195-G-86) once as BC Kiev led 61 to 52. BC Kiev made tough shots. 'They stepped it up and showed that they are a very good team down the stretch', said Ilian Evtimov. 'Our defense was key in this phase that helped us secure the win', commented American Alex Scales. Ilian Evtimov and Pascal Roller missed two key shots during the BC Kiev run, which could of kept Frankfurt closer. Those three three pointers just killed us, reflected Derrick Allen. One cant criticise the Frankfurt defense, which was doing a good job, but BC Kiev really made difficult shots. At this point, it seemed like Frankfurt had little energy for a third big comeback American Alex Scales scored on a fast break finishing with a dunk as Kiev led 63 to 54. In the end, Frankfurt lost 66 to 58, but showed again that they can limit good teams to under 70 points. 'We played an overall good game on defense. They didnt get many open looks', expressed Derrick Allen.
BC Kiev was led by Manuchar Markoishvili with 17 points. Kenan Bajramovic chipped in with 13 points and five rebounds. The Deutsche Bank Skyliners were led by Pascal Roller with 12 points. 'This was my first game against Pascal Roller. I have seen him play before. He is a quick good point guard. My two quick fouls at the start took away my aggressiveness, but you always have to be aware what he is doing', commented James Penn.
This was a tough loss for The Deutsche Bank Skyliners and now they face a must win against BC Kalev at home next week. Frankfurt shot very weak ending the game with only 22,7% from three point land and 38% from two point land. Kiev showed their three pointing strength at the end hitting the shots they needed to and finishing with 45% from three point land. Frankfurt won the rebounding battle 41 to 34 and are slowly showing durability under the boards. 'We did a good job under the basket. They had some big guys and it wasnt always easy. We did let up some offensive rebounds that hurt', explained Derrick Allen. Titus Ivory and Sasa Obradovic left the court in 2006 as BBL champs with Cologne, but in the Euro challenge in Frankfurt their was only one winner with the BC Kiev coach. 'He is a good coach. He was a point guard as player and point guards often make very good coaches, because they understand the game very well. He is an intense guy and makes the team better', stressed Titus Ivory. Possibly Titus Ivory and his teammates can seek revenge in Kiev, but for now the team has to concentrate on the BBL schedule as The EWE Baskets visit the Ballsporthalle on Saturday December 13th at 18:30.
This weekend in FEB action, Rotterdam Challengers continue on a roll, not allowing Eiffel Towers to steal its thunder, winning their fourth in a row. In other action this weekend, Matrixx Magixx moves into second place in the FEB standings with a home win over Aris Friesland, ZZ Leiden and West-Brabant Giants prevail in blowout wins, ZZ Hanzevast Capitals at home, and West-Brabant Giants over BlueStream Seals. In the ZBC-hal on Sunday night, Landstede Basketball wins an overtime thriller over Upstairs Weert.
In the Topsportcentrum, Rotterdam Challnegrs capped off a fantastic week by winning over slumping Eiffel Towers 63-58. A flagrant foul against Eiffel Towers in the last seconds and two clutch free throws helped preserve the win for the Rotterdammers.Daniel Jones (200-F-79, agency: R.H.Consultancy) led four Rotterdammers in double figures with 12 pts. With the win, Rotterdam Challengers improve to 8-5, while Eiffel Towers fall to 9-5 and losers of 3 of its last 4.
In the Horstacker, Matrixx Magixx continue to climb up the FEB standings with a 102-90 win over Aris Friesland. The 2nd and 3rd quarters made Matrixx more distance from their opponents, leading by as much as 97-80 in the 4th quarter. Frank Tolbert (193-G-86, agency: Pro One Sports, college: Auburn) was the Man of the Match, scoring a season-high 31 pts, including 5 three-pointers. Matt Bauscher (188-G-85, agency: Scorers 1st Sportmanagement) led the visitors with 28 pts. Matrixx moves into 2nd place in the FEB with a 10-5 record.
In the Vijfmeihal on Saturday night, ZZ Leiden gave new head coach Toon van Helfteren his 1st win on the ZZ bench with a convincing 82-67 win over Hanzevast Capitals. ZZ put the clamps on Hanzevast in the 1st half, leading Hanzevast 41-23 at the half and it snowballed from there. ZZ Leiden were led by Cedric McGowan (198-F-85, agency: Court Side, college: Cincinnati) with a game-high 25 pts. ZZ also shot 67.6% FG and had a 41-31 rebounding advantage. ZZ Leiden are now 3-11.
In Bergen-op-Zoom, West-Brabant Giants never gave BlueStream Seals a chance to get off the hook, with hot three-point shooting and strong rebounding making the difference, winning in a 110-71 blowout. West-Brabant Giants led 57-33 at halftime and 84-50 at the end of the 3rd quarter. Jordan Collins (208-C-82, agency: Strategic Sports, college: N.Carolina St.) and Patrick Pope (183-G-81, college: St.Augustine) led West-Brabant with 23 pts. each, Tim Blue (205-F-84, college: Middle Tenn.St.) added 18 and Aaron Johnson (203-F-83, college: N.Mexico) snatched down 20 boards. West-Brabant made 17 of 34 three-pointers and had a 48-32 rebounding advantage. The Giants move to 8-7.
In the ZBC-hal, Landstede Basketball win a 92-88 overtime thriller over Upstairs Weert. With 14.2 seconds remaining in regulation, Upstairs leading scorer Omni Smith (191-G-84, agency: Court Side, college: Kent St.) made a tie-breaking three-pointer, but Landstede's Gerad Punch (193-G/F-84, college: Furman) knocked down a three-pointer with 2.4 seconds remaining to send the game into overtime. In overtime, defensive stops and clutch plays by Punch, Robby Bostain (191-G/F-84, agency: Sports Plus International, college: Furman) and Frank Young (196-F-84, agency: Pro One Sports, college: W.Virginia) made the difference for Landstede. Bostain led Landstede with 28 pts., and Punch added 27. Landstede improves to 7-8 and Upstairs drops its 3rd straight, falls to 4-9, with its seventh loss in the last eight games.
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New PBL team Mid-Michigan Destroyers staff sent to Usbasket.com the team roster for the upcoming 2009 PBL season yesterday. There are eleven players signed, and the two players called in the PBL draft, Bobo and Lloyd are both in the squad. The team's ownership group is JJKN Hoops, LLC, and the official teamlist is as follows:
# player pos hgt/wgt school
7 Chuck Reed G, 6-3/205 Park U
11 Jeff Jayson G, 6-2/210 Aquinas
13 Troy Coleman G, 6-3/190 Lincoln College
15 Odgra Bobo G/F, 6-6/195 Oakland C.C.
17 Melvin White F, 6-7/200 Grand Valley State
21 Jamel Gooding F, 6-6/240 Grambling State
23 Justin Hall G/F, 6-4/200 Toledo
25 Luke Lloyd F/C, 6-9/220 Morehead State
30 David Williams F/C, 6-10/210 Saginaw Valley State
32 Darien Bynum C, 6-8/250 Louisiana-Monroe
33 Frank Gojcaj C, 6-9/240 Macomb C.C.
Head Coach : Jason 'TJ' Newsham
Associate Head Coach : Starlin Stevens
Assistant Coach : Warren Wood
General Manager : Jere Shockey
The Destroyers will play theyr first game on the road Saturday, January 3, 2009, vs. the Detroit Panthers. Their home debut is scheduled for Saturday, January 10, 2009, again vs. the Detroit Panthers. The official team website is yet under construction, for information check the team's alternate website at www.jjknhoops.com
A huge rebounding night earned Jelson Homes DMU Leicester Riders forward Phil Missere (203-F, college: St.John's) his first BBL Team of the Week nomination.
The 6 8 forward pulled down an incredible 27 rebounds including 17 at the defensive end - in Riders 99-94 overtime loss at Marshall MK Lions on Sunday. Missere also added 12 points, four assists and two blocks in just under 43 minutes of action.
His performance drew praise from his coach, Rob Paternostro: Phil is so active on the boards with his ability to rebound at both ends. Along with his energy, that makes him one of the best big guys in the league, he really lifts us.
Missere is joined at the other forward spot by Team of the Week regular Andre Smith (203-F-85, college: N.Dakota St.). The Everton star poured in 30 points and pulled down ten boards to Tigers into the BBL Cup final with a 97-86 victory against Newcastle Eagles.
Smith also dished out six assists and blocked two shots, to the delight of coach Tony Garbelotto: I believe that Andre is playing at a higher level than anyone in the league, both in the terms of statistics and effort.
Another player returning to the Team of the Week is Robert Yanders (180-G-79, college: Missouri St.). The Scottish Rocks point guard scored 26 points and dished out nine assists and his team remained top of the BBL Championship with an 87-80 victory against Worcester Wolves.
Airwaves Plymouth Raiders Andrew Lasker (188-G-82, college: Point Loma) joins Yanders in the back-court after a game-winning performance against BiG Storage Cheshire Jets.
Lasker was perfect from two-point land, scoring all seven shots on the way to a game-high 29 points. He also collected three steals in 36 minutes as Gary Stronachs team maintained their title challenge.
Worthing Thunder centre Colby Bargeman (196-F-86, college: Northwestern St.) also had a big night for his club as they won a thriller 90-89 at Jelson Homes DMU Leicester Riders on Saturday evening.
The 22-year-old rookie scored 28 points and pulled down eight rebounds to help his side continue their recent good run of form.
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|ITALY - Women|
ACP Livorno Liomatic Umbertide 68-70
ACP LIVORNO: Franchini M. 2 (1/2), Pastore C. 9 (3/7), Bade K. (0/4), Buccianti E. , Mariani F. 3 (1/3), Gaither K. 8 (4/10), Bagnara B. 16 (2/4, 2/8), Balestri A. dnp, Montagna S. dnp, Ruzickova M. 5 (2/8). Coach Novello Guido
LIOMATIC UMBERTIDE: Chiara Rossi (170-G-88) 10 (1/3, 2/4), Battisodo V. 2 (1/2), Giorgi S. , Gelfusa L. , Arcangeli A. , Bonaldo E. , Callens E. 7 (2/4, 0/2), Hodges D. 11 (2/9, 1/4), Brown A. 12 (5/9), Willis C. 6 (2/7). Coach Serventi Lorenzo
Pall. Faenza - Erg Acer Priolo 55-49
PALL FAENZA: Moises Pinto 15, Erkic 6, Ramon, Modica 7, Sulciute 2, Lavinia Santucci (186-F-85) 3, Bandini dnp, Bjelica 7, Zampella 9, Alexander 6. Coach Rossi Paolo
ACER ERG PRIOLO: Gianolla 5, Bonfiglio 7, Green 4, Barnes 8, Milazzo, Cirov 7, Sadiq 2, Seino, Sciacca 3, Pascalau 13. Coach Coppa Santino
Banco di Sicilia Ribera Pool Comense 68-70
(9-23, 29-37, 49-58)
BANCO DI SICILIA RIBERA: Colico 3, Bonafede 5, Creamer, Romagnoli 2, Riccardi, Montagnino 20, Chones 14, Moody 5, Perfetti, Page 19. Coach Anselmo Paolo Francesco
POOL COMENSE: Fassina, Silva 2, Invernizzi 2, Slavcheva 17, Lymoura 9, Smith 20, Leigh Aziz (186-F/C-79, college: Syracuse) 2, Fazio 12, Donvito dnp, Sarni 6. Coach Montini Walter
GMA Phonica Pozzuoli Cras Taranto 66-79
(14-13, 31-25, 44-54)
GMA PHONICA POZZUOLI: Naydenova, Favento 5, Andjelic 19, Ferazzoli 2, Benko, Minervino dnp, Grasso 7, Dixon 21, Danzi, Aties 12. Coach Palombo Carlo Fulvio
CRAS TARANTO: Mahoney 13, Siccardi, Bello 3, Zimerle 7, David 7, Prado dnp, Godin 9, Batkovic 21, Greco 16, Rosi Sanchez (175-G-74) 3. Coach Ricchini Roberto
Gescom MCI Viterbo Basket Vomero Napoli 33-48
(7-13, 16-24, 30-34)
GESCOM MCI VITERBO: Micovic 6, Magaddino 5, Maimone dnp, Franchetti 6, Piroli 2, Cusenza dnp, Di Simone dnp, Marchesano 10, Butler 4. Coach Agresti Claudio
BASKET VOMERO NAPOLI: Gatti 7, Paola Mauriello (185-G-81) 9, Giauro 3, Paterna 5, Gentile 7, Laaksonen, Cintia 4, Robinson 13, Stamegna dnp, Zampella dnp Coach Fossati Fabio
Famila Schio - Bracco Geas Sesto San Giovanni 73-80
(19-15, 46-40, 58-64)
FAMILA SCHIO: Antibe 11 (4/9), Moro 5 (1/2, 1/8), Humphrey, Feaster-Strong 15 (0/1, 5/7), Masciadri 12 (3/4, 2/5), Ress 6 (2/5, 2/2) , Ciampoli 4 (2/5), Macchi 20 (3/7, 5/14); Pantani, Maiorano dnp. Coach Orlando Sandro.
BRACCO GEAS SESTO S. GIOVANNI: Arturi 4 (2/2, 0/1), Tillis 19 (4/9, 2/6), Penicheiro 20 (5/11, 0/1), Zanon 4 (2/5, 0/1), Karen Twehues (182-G-83, college: Cincinnati) 22 (3/4, 4/7), Crippa 7 (2/3, 1/3), Machanguana 4 (1/7); Frantini, Calastri dnp. Coach Galli Roberto .
Umana Reyer Venezia Lavezzini Parma 0-20 by Judge decision
(85-53 on the court), because of Venezia s mistake in number of foreigner players simultaneously on the court: 4 instead of 3 (at minute 33, when score was 75-41 for the hosts).
|LATVIA - Women|
|LSBL Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1 Niedola Liepajas 22.6|
2 Steinberga Jun 21.8
3 Troina TTT Riga 17.6
4 Kublina TTT Riga 15.2
5 Tare SK Cesis 14.9
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1 Niedola Liepajas 11.4|
2 Steinberga Juni 11.3
3 Vitola SK Riga 10.0
4 Eglite RTU 9.6
5 Veinberga Turiba 8.9
|Assists Per Game|
|1 Burian TTT Riga 5.9|
2 Tare SK Cesis 4.0
3 Troina TTT Riga 3.9
4 Karklina SK Cesis 3.4
5 Priede Jun 3.1
|Steals Per Game|
|1 Karklina SK Cesis 4.5|
2 Troina TTT Riga 4.3
3 Krumberga TTT 4.3
|Blocks Per Game|
|1 Vitola SK Riga 2.3|
2 Gailite RTU 1.5
3 Eglite RTU 1.3
|1 Niedola Liepajas 26.6|
2 Troina TTT Riga 20.5
3 Steinberga Jun 20.5
4 Kublina TTT Riga 19.9
5 Tare SK Cesis 17.7
|LITHUANIA - Women|
|LMKL Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1. Petronyte TEO 22.4|
2. Aglinskaite Ru 21.4
3. Balciunaite Aist 16.8
4. Marmiene, Laisve 14.1
5. Pacauskiene, Arvi 14.1
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1. Balciunaite Ais 9.8|
2. Galdikaite, Alytus 9.6
3. Aleksaite Egle 9.1
4. Petronyte TEO 8.5
5. Svaryte, Ruta 8.2
|Assists Per Game|
|1. Wilson TEO 6.7|
2. Rinkeviciute TEO 3.8
3. Zygelyte, Lemm 3.4
4. Gutkauskaite, Ruta 3.2
5. Sauliute Arvi 3.0
|1. Petronyte TEO 70.5|
2. Langhorne, TEO 67.6
3. Murphy, Arvi 65.2
|1 Kvederaviciute, Laisve 59.0|
2 Vitkute, Arvi 45.4
3 Brovkiene, Aistes 44.1
|1. Zygelyte, Lemm 90.9|
2. Naideniene, Lemm 88
3. Sauliute, Arvi 87.5
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