EUROBASKET NEWS REPORT - 12/5/2008Copyright © 1997-2008 Eurobasket
Kenny Wamsley , Owner of the ABA Salt Lake City Saints team that begins play this weekend, announced its roster. Local veterans Evric Gray (6'7''-F-69, college: UNLV), Myron Sims (6'3''-G-73, college: Utah St.) and Tony Harvey (6'5''-G/F-76, college: Utah) made the team, and the team stars should be inside force Melvin Tyler Jones (6'9''-F-84, college: St.John's) and John Millsap (6'6''-F-82, college: UTSA). Head Coach Lossie Mitchel stated: 'we are very confident that we've put together a blockbuster group and will be very competitive.'
The 2008-09 Saints roster is as follows:
player hgt pos school
Tyler Jones, 6'8' center from Weber State
Nick Covington, 6'1' guard from Weber State
Myron Simms, 6'3' guard from Weber State
Evric Gray, 6'8' forward from UNLV
Bernard Rock, 6'0' guard from Weber State
Tim Drisdom, 6'3' guard from Univ of Utah
Brock Hyatt, 6'5' forward from Mesa State
Troy Gwynn, 6'5' forward from Lemoyne Owen
Kevin Sweetwyne, 6'3' guard from Idaho State
John Millsap, 6'6' forward from Texas-San Antonio
Craitg Hamer, 6'10' center from Eastern Wyoming
Tony Harvey, 6'6' forward from Univ of Utah
Aaron Krause, 5'11 guard from Dixie State
Nenad Shuput, 6'4' forward from Weber State
Aaron Dourcos, 6'3' guard from Snow College
For more information, visit www.slcsaints.com
American guard Rashid Atkins (182-G-75, college: St.Joseph's) is leaving Base Oostende for Turkish team Galatasaray effective immediately.
Atkins played in 9 regular season games where he averaged 11.4 ppg and 4.1 apg.
He also played 4 games for Oostende in the Eurocup and posted stats of 19.8 ppg and 6.3 apg.
The team has announced they are looking for a replacement.
Former player of the Year Jean-Marc Jaumin is joining the Oostende coaching staff as of today.
After the departure of Sharon Drucker and promotion of Umberto Badioli, Jaumin was moved up from the Oostende basketball school.and Duva Gistel-Oostende.
He joins Thierry Declerq as assistant coach.
Mons-Hainaut has extended the contract of Dion Dowell (198-G-85, college: Houston) for another month.
Herve Djoumbi (204-F/C-77) has been released by Spotter Leuven and according to the team he will not be replaced.
Division B Standings|
With the Christmas break coming up and now only 2 games remaining in the schedule before the half way mark, the 1. division teams are starting to play up to their best. This means the league has more or less settled into 4 bottom teams, 3 middle teams and 4 top teams chasing the undefeated Aalborg BK.
Jonstrup - Falcon
In this round of the 1. division there was a small surprise when Falcon lost to the up and coming Jonstrup team by a big margin of 89-58. Jonstrups big players was outstanding again and with Jorg Rottgardt (191-G-81) out for the second straight game it was all uphill for the Falcon team.
Stevnsgade - Herlev
The rounds biggest and most exciting game was when Herlev Basket played at BK Skjold/Stevnsgade. The two top teams faced eachother at a bad time for BK Skjold/Stevnsgade. With Todd Anthony (199-F-68) out and after 2 straight losses to Aalborg and Lemvig BK, BK Skjold/Stevnsgade had everything going against them. This was to be Herlev Baskets day, when Andreas Heinung (179-G-84) was simply unstoppable with either an assist or a basket every time down the floor. Andreas finished with 18 points and almost the same amount of assists. Final score was 64-81 in a game where it never was close in the 2. half - Herlev Basket was simply better in the delayed game, played Tuesday.
Other games this round was:
ALBA - Aarhus BF 69-82
Virum - Vaerlose BBK 50-59
Hobas - Aalborg BK 70-87
Fjordager BK Odense - Lemvig BK 76-93
1st Division Standings|
|D-League Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1.J. Crawford, LAD 31.0|
2.J. Davis, COL 26.0
3.A. Meeking, REN 25.5
4.T. Strickland, RGV 25.0
5.C. Karl, IDA 24.5
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1.D. Monds, ABQ 15.5|
2.C. Sims, IOW 14.5
3.D. Brown, REN 13.7
4.J. Davidson, IDA 13.5
5.J. Dabbert, COL 13.0
5.C. Collins, FWN 10.5
5. D. Mitchell, LAD 10.5
|Assists Per Game|
|1.W. Conroy, ABQ 9.0|
2.W. Russell, FWN 8.7
3.M. Cleaves, BAK 7.8
4.M. Baker, DAK 7.5
5.T. Brown, ANA 7.0
5.D. Jefferson, UTA 5.5
5.D. Mitchell, LAD 5.5
ATOMEROMU SE - FALCO SZOVA KC SZOMBATHELY 98-90
(35-24, 18-19, 20-24, 25-23)
Paks, Att.: 1000, Referees: Adam, Kapitany, Marton L.
ASE: Darris Nichols (188-G-86, college: W.Virginia) 23/3, Williams 7/3, Charles Gosa (202-F-77, agency: Arik Krayn Services, college: N.Mexico St.) 15/6,
Ashante Johnson (203-F-76, agency: Edge Sports, college: Kansas) 12, Robert Gulyas (213-C-74) 33/3, Meszaros Z. 6, Csaplar-Nagy E., Kiss Zs. 2, Coach: Sabali Balazs
FALCO KC: Laszlo Kalman (186-G-72, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 24/9, Pankar 8/6, Andrija Ciric (199-G-80, agency: Beo Basket) 28/12, Perincic 9/3, Zoltan Horvath (207-F/C-79, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 17/15, Vrsaljko 4, Hudson, Lakatos, Borszeki, Coach: Srecko Sekulovic
PLANET LEASING DOMBOVAR KC - SOPRONI SORDOGOK 93-82
(32-20, 26-26, 13-18, 22-18)
Dombovar, Att.: 900, Referees: Bognar T., Torok R., Szabo G.
DOMBOVAR: Jerome LaGrange (192-G-78, college: Livingstone) 17, Attila Deak (193-F-77) 14/12, Clark 9/3, Bodi 14/3, Anthony Dill (200-F-81, agency: Global Sports Plaza, college: Texas St.-San Marcos) 13/3, Bryan McCullough (198-F/G-83, agency: AMI, college: NC-Asheville) 21/6, Szoke 5/3, Balogh, Coach: Peter Stahl
SOPRON: Alvin Cruz (186-G-82, agency: Paris Global Sports, college: Niagara) 17/9, David Brooks (191-G-82, college: Niagara) 18/6, P.J. Couisnard (193-G/F-84, college: Wichita St.) 18, Gergely Kortelyesi (203-C-83, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 16/6, Dies 10, Vesztergom, Csorvasi, Boldizsar 3/3, Halmai, Coach: Meszlenyi Robert
PECSI VSK PANTHERS - MARSO VAGEP NYKK 82-55
(20-12, 21-11, 16-23, 25-9)
Pecs, Att.: 1800, Referees: Palla, Farkas G., Toth K.
PVSK: Wittmann 10/3, Thomas Kelley (188-G-76, agency: Avi Zilberman, college: Michigan St.) 15/3, Denes 5/3, Grebenar 4, Zoltan Bencze (213-C-81) 14, Toth N. 8, Aleksic 8, Jermaine Spivey (189-G-72, college: New Orleans) 13/3, Czigler 2, Hosszu, Kovacs P., Lepsenyi 3, Coach: Stojan Ivkovic
NYIREGYHAZA: Savic 5/3, Roy Booker (191-G/F-84, agency: Court Side, college: SE Missouri St.) 19/3, Burton 4, Sitku 10/3, Lekli 2, Z. Helbich 10, Siska, Farkas A. 2, Wehner 3/3, Nagy K., Coach: Kmezic Zoran
DEBRECENI KE - ENTERNET-NTE HEGYVIDEK 91-90
(24-21, 21-23, 22-17, 24-29)
Debrecen, Att.. 700, Referees: Kiraly L., Gal J., Franyo P.
DEBRECEN: Steve Dagostino (180-G-85, agency: Interperformances, college: St.Rose (NY)) 17/9, Valentino Maxwell (193-G-85, college: Concordia (TX)) 18/6, Gabor Toth 13/9, Joe Kennerly (204-C/F-84, agency: Passing Lane, college: Cent.Oklahoma) 17/3, WARE 24, Kovacs I., Szabo T., Takacs D, Erdei 2, Kutasi, Coach: Boros Gabor
HEGYVIDEK: Rujak 6, HAJMASY 21/9, Beak 5/3, Kovats R. 2, FULOP 20, Simon N. 8, LIKAR 8/6, Lazar 4, KRASZNAI 8/6, Will 8/3, Coach: Hartai Tamas
SZOLNOKI OLAJ KK- UNIVER-KSE 49-63
(13-21, 14-8, 16-16, 6-18)
Szolnok, Att.: 2200, Referees: Benczur, Gyorffy, Balog
OLAJ: Jerome Coleman (185-G-81, agency: CAA Sports, college: Rutgers) 16/12, Cziczas 5/3, Donald Wilson (193-G-84, agency: Court Side, college: Portland) 15, Jurkunas, Basit 8, Harazin 2, Gaal 1, Szabo P. 2, Toth V., Coach: Por Peter
UNIVER: DeAndre Haynes (187-G-84, college: Kent St.) 14/6, Akos Horvath (194-G/F-81) 13/3, Toth P. 10, Danielson 7, Klaiber 9/6, Szabo Zs. 8/3, Tornoczky, Simpson 2, Coach: Zsoldos Andras
POLAROID-LAMI-VED KORMEND - KAPOSVARI KK 79-66
(2419, 1318, 179, 2520)
Kormend, Att.: 2000, Referees: Forrai, Kiss, Vetek
KORMEND: Archie 8/6, Auriantal 2, Fodor G. 5, Zbigniew Bialek (203-F-82, agency: AB Agency) 16, George Banks (202-C/F-72, agency: Elfus-Siegel Management (ESM), college: UTEP) 29, Fodor M. 4, Gergely Toth (206-F-89, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 13, Ferencz, Hegedus, Kocsis, Trummer 2, Coach: Hencsey Tamas
KAPOSVAR: Marciulonis 7/3, David Vojvoda (191-G/F-90, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 16/3, Larry Welton (196-F, college: Aurora) 27/3, Hoffmann 7, Orosz 6, Kiss 1, Markus 2, Coach: Dzunic Branislav
Elektra Esotech have fired Larry Hall (188-G, college: W.Oregon) after just 3 games due a bad performance and replaced him with Joe Carr (168-G-83, college: Wayne St., MI) ex Detroit Panthers. Hall averaged 9,5 minutes, 1,7 points (2P 1-6, 3P 1-4), 0,7 rebounds and 1,3 assists in 3 games of UPC League.
Radenska Creativ filled roster with their former member Tadej Bratkovic (195-F-75).
Litija (B1) is negotiating with Drago Brcina (203-F/C-87) and Daniel Majstorovic (190-G-89) ex Rogla.
Radovljica (D2) inked Uros Ivanovic (204-F/C-74) ex Jance and parted ways with Matija Debevec (210-C-82, college: George Washington).He averaged 7,1 points in 8 games.
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Valera, Venezuela.- Duros de Lara became champions of Venezuela's Liga Nacional de Baloncesto 2008 with a three-game sweep over Caciques de Trujillo, after defeating Caciques de Trujillo in Game 3, 93-82, and doing so as visitors at Ricardo Salas Arena of Valera, Trujillo.
A first quarter of five three-point shots, including two by Lawrence Wallace and other three quarters of tough resistence to the defensive pressure of Caciques and the pressure of a noisy and passionate group of supporters, helped the team coached by Silverio Leal to get the win. Six players of Duros netted 10 or more points in another display of team effort over individual talent. Duros played without Diego Guevara (184-G-77), who had to travel to Puerto La Cruz due to compromises with his LPB 2009 team, Marinos de Anzoategui.
The authorities of LNB, led by president Carlos Boza, and the president of the Venezuelan Basketball Federation (FVB), Carmelo Cortez, were there to deliver the trophy to the winning team. The president of Duros, Ender Luzardo, and general manager and former player Armando Becker were among the ones who celebrated the title right there on court.
FINALS (Duros won 3-0)
Duros de Lara 93 - Caciques de Trujillo 82 (Tue 12/2/2008)
Ricardo Salas Arena - Valera, Trujillo
Quarter by quarter
CAC: 25-16-17-24= 93
DUR: 36-16-23-18= 82
DUR: Keving Palacios (203-F/C-84) 16 points, Lawrence Wallace (183-G-81) 16 points, Jesus Centeno 15 points, Kenji Urdaneta (188-G-85) 13 points, Heissler Guillent (191-G-86) 12 points, Francisco Centeno 12 points, Carlos Cedeno (193-G/F-85) 5 points, Peter Kvietek (203-C-77) 4 points, Carlos Quintero (202-F-85) 0 points, Jackson Zapata 0 points, Derson Santos (197-F-84) 0 points, Francisco Sanabria (190-G-77) 0 points
CAC: Edgar Arteaga (198-F-76) 22 points, Nestor Moran 12 points, Windy Graterol (204-C-86) 11 points, Jhon Romero (199-F-85) 8 points, Cesar Musset (190-G-78) 8 points, Daniel Macuare (190-F-84) 7 points, Manuel Berroteran (185-G-80) 6 points, Michael Flores (192-G-85) 4 points, Jorge Leon (186-G-79) 2 points, Ronald Guillen (206-C-84) 2 points, Hector Alfaro 0 points, Yorvis Umbria (203-F-85) 0 points
Valera, Venezuela.- Duros de Lara's head coach Silverio Leal was visibly emotional after winning the championship title of Liga Nacional de Baloncesto, the same title he had won with Duros back in 1992 when the league was known as Liga Superior Occidental in his last year as an active player in the city in which he was born, Barquisimeto.
'I knew the responsabilty I had assumed and I did it with dignity and humbleness. As a coach, you're as big as the compromise that's ahead of you. You're also as good as your players are, because the players are the ones that bring in or expell players from their pedestal. If they're good, you're good' said Leal, prior to getting on the bus that was going to take him back to Barquisimeto.
'The kind of union we were able to build with the guys, alongside coaches Ivan Garcia and Carl Herrera , was great an amazing. We had been working to achieve this goal since a long time ago and now, thank God, despites the inconveniences, we've confirmed it', said Leal, a former Liga Especial star back in the 80's.
Leal feels privileged for having the possibility of working with this generation of talented players, who were ninth in a FIBA U19 World Cup in Greece not long ago. 'People can't forget that this is a young group of players. Now, seven or eight years later, they're showing all of their potential and that's something we gotta take advantage of'.
'I spoke with my parents and they gave me support and relief in their words right before I came here to Valera and owe a lot to my friends and the people that surrounds me', he added. 'I also thank the media, TV and press specially, for all of their help'.
He didnt' take all of the glory for himself. 'I want to thank and say congratulations to coaches Garcia and Herrera, the coaches that worked this season with me. No matter what happened, they're great coaches. We also thank the general management, the owner and the city of Barquisimeto, a city that deserved this'
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While checking the results of game day nine in 1.DBBL, played at November 22nd, 2008 one can find the encounter Oberhausen - Saarlouis with a 1-0 score. Very good defense, poor offense or just an odd result of a basketball game?! Eurobasket wanted to know what happened that day in Saarlouis who did not travel to Oberhausen and were punished by the DBBL officials in result with this rigorous loss and so eurobasket spoke with Royals Head Coach Rene Spandauw .
Mr. Spandauw, first of all congratulations for being awarded as the DBBL Coach of the Year 2008. Past season was the most successful in Royals history. Now this year for the first months your team stunned the league again as you dominated your opponents and stayed flawless until this incident against Oberhausen occurred and seemed to break your rhythm a bit. Please give us an idea what happened in Saarlouis that very day.
Spandauw: First of all I must say, what happened on November 22nd, 2008 in Saarlouis was something I had never experienced in my entire life before. It was total chaos. I thought this is what it must look like in Siberia possibly? I have to admit that I probably would not believe it myself, if someone is telling me a story like this. So I can understand that people outside our State of Saarland (in which Saarlouis is) are having a hard time believing our situation, but I can give you my word that all I am saying happened in just the described way.
Since the weather forecast had warned already days before about the coming winter outbreak, in preparation of our trip we doubled the estimated travelling time to Oberhausen, which usually is about a three and a half hour drive. As the winter stroke harder than ever expected in the morning of that day our bus travelling company we had hired for this trip declared that it was neither possible nor safe for them to drive. It was not even possible for me to back my car out of my garage. Of course a telephone marathon started at this point. We spoke with police- and traffic-executives who strictly advised us not to go on the road at all. One of our management people, who was on his (early) way to Oberhausen in his car, can only agree on that point. He was stuck on the A8 (freeway) right outside Saarlouis for nearly five hours. He was maybe a 30 minute walk away from my home! Speaking to the DBBL officials it was said we have no other chance than taking the train. We still had to come to Oberhausen otherwise would loose this game automatically. So we started to find an appropriate connection. But the time was working already against us at this point, because with the train it takes nearly six hours to reach Oberhausen including up to three or four times switching the train because there is no direct connection between Saarlouis and Oberhausen of course. But the train company could not guarantee us that we would catch our connecting trains because of problems in the Koblenz area, where we would have to switch trains. There was a chance that we had to take replacement transportation, which means a bus instead of a train and this often leads to even bigger delays. Overall we would have had to switch trains a couple of times and if you miss the first connection, delays usually keep adding up. Missing our 1st connection already would have meant reaching Oberhausen too late and loosing this game anyway.
In addition you have to know that not all of our players live in Saarlouis and could not even make it to the train station due to the weather situation. So the DBBL officials told us that our last chance would be finding an agreement with Oberhausen on rescheduling the game to another date.
We informed the League and Oberhausen right before noon that we could not travel to Oberhausen. We left messages to return our calls as we could not reach any of their officials. By informing them this early, at least Oberhausen could inform their fans and the players and the League could inform the referees. After an initial promise right before 16:00 that day from President Schulz of Oberhausen to reschedule the game and not asking the League for any repercussions against the Royals, he called 3 hours later and reversed his decision. What can I say to this? People should think theirs themselves.
This is the very, very short version of what happened that day in Saarlouis. Our General Manager, our Assistant GM, our treasurer and me spent about the whole day on the phone trying to find a solution. We wanted to play! We were ready to play! We had 10 healthy players and a 10 game winning streak. What reason would there be NOT to play? But the sum of chaotic situations made it impossible for us to reach Oberhausen. By the way, on that day most sporting events in Saarland had to be cancelled due to the weather. Only after the biggest part of the snow chaos had been solved -which was later in the afternoon-, some games and events took place.
I am disappointed in the way Oberhausen treated the situation and also by the Leagues decision to punish the Royals for putting safety first. I am ashamed that I coach in a League that obviously thinks, that a simple game of basketball is more important than the safety and health of people. What signal does an organisation give by this decision? Yes, there are rules and they need to be followed. It is common that you get punished when you go against the rules. We did not do so. We tried everything possible. And if people mean that we did go against the rules: does human sense loose to a rule book not fitted for extreme situations like these?
Now looking back afterwards did the Saarlouis Royals made any mistakes that day or in preparation of this away game in Oberhausen?
Spandauw: Hindsight is always 20/20, meaning afterwards you always will be smarter. I can only repeat that it was a totally unexpected situation like we had never experienced it before! You will never be able to be prepared for every situation. There will always be this one percentage left which is impossible to plan. All we were looking for that day was a helping hand from somewhere. But we were left alone.
I will keep saying: in this specific situation at that specific moment our management had to decide between the health of our players and coaches and the possibility of loosing this game just like it happened eventually. Our management made the decision to put health and security first and I support that decision for 100%! I am proud to work for an organisation that makes such a decision and we are still convinced we made the right decision under these explicit circumstances. Keep in mind: we are responsible for a team of young women and we took that responsibility.
Thanks for this explanation, now lets speak about some basketball! Last year you had a record of 17-3 after regular season, became the German Cup Champion and finished as the Championship Runner-up after a dramatic Play Off Finals Series against Wasserburg, but lost over the summer with Desire Almind, Julie Anne Page and Rachel Wojdowski not only your top scorers and top rebounders of the team but furthermore also your experienced import players. To replace them you picked up the 19 year old Dutch Kelly Brugman, 20 year old German Janina Wellers from the 2nd League team in Osnabrueck and two 22 year old Americans, Fantasia Goodwin and Celeste Trahan, both who just graduated from college this summer. This took the average age of the team to 20.6 yrs at the start of the season. Still your team finished the first half of the regular season as the leagues third best team. How pleased are you with the performance of your squad so far in this season?
Spandauw: Before the season started I thought if we win half of our games until Christmas, then things would be in a positive way and we could then see what will be possible as the season continues. But my team surprised me, and a lot of other people. Young returning players like f.i. Romy Bar, made bigger improvements than we could have ever expected and the 4 newcomers all contributed in a way better than hoped for as well. Its a pleasure to work with this talented team.
Under the guidance of Rene Spandauw the Saarlouis Royals improved every year bit by bit. Do you think you can keep this up? As said above you fell short of forcing the ultimate fifth game in the Finals last season against Wasserburg by just three points (73-75 in game four). Are you ready for the Championship?
Spandauw: No, not yet. Lets not get too excited and stay realistic. Right now to me the strongest teams in the league seem to be Wasserburg, Halle and Saarlouis. I still expect a lot more from Oberhausen and Marburg and I do not forget Herne. At this point I think these teams will compete for the Championship. But the Finals are played at the end of April and beginning of May. I cannot say what will happen until there. Maybe another team comes up strong in the Play Offs? Who is healthy? Who will sign more players or replace some?
All I know right now is that the Saarlouis Royals are the youngest team in the league. Our oldest players Isabelle Comtesse and Petra Manakova are both 26 years. The rest is 23 and under! That means me and my Co-Coach Mariusz Dziurdzia are on one hand coaching the most inexperienced team but on the other hand also probably the team with the biggest room for improvement. We will see what happens in the Play Offs. Time is definitely not running against us.
Talking about lack of experience, has this been the reason for your two tough losses by just some points to the leading teams of Wasserburg (95-100 in overtime on 11/28/08) and Halle (73-75 on 11/30/08) within 48 hours?
Spandauw: That definitely has been a key factor. In the game against Wasserburg we were leading by nine points two and a half minutes before the end of the regular 40 minutes. We initially made the mistake of feeling too comfortable with this lead and then started pressing after that little phase. Our team has to learn to keep on executing hard and strong just like the 37 minutes before. Four turnovers in a row in the final minutes of the game were a gift Wasserburg thankfully took.
In Halle the same thing happened again and even worse! We turned the ball over against Wasserburg 26 times (Wasserburg: 21) and in Halle even 30 times (Halle: 15). Its always hard to win games that way. But if our team still has the chance to win both games despite these horrible numbers I think it speaks for itself. If we learn from our mistakes we will return stronger! We are our biggest opponents.
You are in charge in Saarlouis your fifth season now. Before that you were coaching two years in Freiburg. If you compare the basketball that is being played in the league back then and nowadays, what has changed or is the game pretty much still the same? Out of this development can you read some tendencies for the future?
Spandauw: The game definitely has changed a lot in this time. The whole level of basketball as played by the top teams has developed highly. When I think back to the first team I coached in Freiburg back then, I think we would have a hard time in todays DBBL. The game now is way more up-tempo and athletic and with a lot of strength and power. I really believe this development will increase more and more. I also believe and hope!- that the lower rated teams improve more and more. I think the differences between the teams will shrink, which will eventually lead to a more interesting league.
And what road will the Royals take with Rene Spandauw in the upcoming seasons?
Spandauw: I hope the road to participating in the Euro Cup (and eventually Euro League in my wildest dreams) on a yearly basis. This would only be the logical next step for these young players. We will not win the Cup, but it will help to develop our players. I wish we had games like the ones we had past weekend (Wasserburg and Halle) every week, even despite the losses. These are where you learn from and get better.
But of course this planned participation in the Euro Cup is always a question of money. I just hope the club can realize this. Our first goal should be to keep the team together. Then we will enjoy some good times with these young ladies here in Saarlouis.
Thanks Mr. Spandauw for your honest words. Good luck for the further season. Eurobasket will be curious to keep up with the Royals and their development in the future.
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