EUROBASKET NEWS REPORT - 2/26/2008Copyright © 1997-2007 Eurobasket
Gabriel Diaz got injured and will miss the rest of the season so the team decided sign Fernando Malara (194-F-80, agency: Interperformances). Fernando played in sionista this season.
On the other hand Kevin Sowell (190-G-81) was allowed to play by the Lebanese club and FIBA. It's a good new for central because he is an important scorer.
Central have lost too many games in the last weeks so they will need both players to play in a good level.
Ural Great Perm, former superclub from Russia, had a tough time against Estonian champions TU/Rock in Game 2 of FIBA EuroCup quarter-final but managed to take 68:61 victory and force a deciding Game 3. It will be playd in March 4th, in Tartu.
The hosts bounced back from a 75:78 loss in Game 1, starting with a 9:0 spurt in first five minutes. Rock came back thanks to their big men Cusworth and Talts and took the lead in 2nd quarter after a three-pointer from Tsintsadze. Three-pointers by Belov and Zozulin secured a 32:28 half-time lead for the hosts who were led by 11 points from Brindley Wright.
In 2rd quarter, Rock made a 10:2 run thanks to 2 three-pointers by Tein, and went ahead 38:36. Sadly for Estonian team, this was the last happy moment for them today. Ural Great made 3 three-point attacks in 2 minutes, combined an 14:0 run and went up by 12 points. They held a double-digit lead for most of the 4th quarter and back-to-back baskets from Zozulin secured the victory with two minutes left.
Wright led the hosts with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Wisniewski, Zozulin and Plisnic added 10. Cusworth led Rock with 15 points and 7 rebounds. Tein added 13. Rock made 25 three-point attempts.
In Game 1, Estonian champions led for the most of the time, showing very disciplined game in both offence and defence, whereas Ural Great tried to score from a long range and had managed to keep the game even only thanks to enormous shooting by Plisnic and successful hunting of offensive rebounds. Rock won the first half 40:37 and made an 11:1 run in 3rd quarter, going ahead 52:42. Three minutes later it was even, 53:53 but a three-pointer by hot-handed Tein took the 3rd quarter 59:54 for the hosts. He started the 4th quarter with another triple and with 7 minutes left to play, Rock led 69:54! But it was not over yet. Wright and Zozulin made most of the damage and with 3 minutes left, Rock led only 73:69. Wisniewski made a crucial 2+1 with 34 seconds left, cutting hosts' lead to three - 78:75. Kullamae missed on the next attack and perm had the chance to tie the game. Luckily for the hosts, Wright missed.
Tein scored 18 for the winners, Tsintsadze added 16, Cusworth and Kullamae 13. Janar Talts cheered the crowd with 6(!) blocks. Plisnic made 5 three-pointers and led his team with 19 points.
Korisliiga, Round 34: Monday night, only one (TV)game, where # 1 Team Torpan Pojat (Helsinki) hosting and as the visitor YMCA Lappeenranta.
Yes, all folks saw on TV, that ToPo's game is in disorder right now. Team is missing Jerald Fields a lot. And Team needs quickly a good player to
replace Fields. There are only a few days time to find a new American player. ToPo did not have a slightest chance tonight vs Lappeenranta. The
game was over in 10 minutes. Visitor was better in everything. Rebounds 36-53 and shooting %: ToPo shot treys 9,5% (2/21)! Visitor's Pasi Riihela (199-F-75)
made six treys out of eight shots. Riihela finished with 34 pts.
Torpan Pojat - YMCA LPR 56-100 (22-53) (Iiro Tenngren 20, Josh Gonner 9 - Pasi Riihela 34/10, Ivan Harris 18).
Feni Industri gan a very valuable victory away from home, in Bitola, beating Swisslion Pelister 80:78 in a game from Round 23 in the First Macedonian league.
Zlatko Gocevski and Donald Cole led the scoring, with 18 points each for Feni Industri.
Champions Strumica 2005, playing without suspended players Miljan Pupovic and Ivan Bosnjak, beat easily Vardar Osiguruvanje 84:67.
Macedonian NT forward Dime Tasovski lead Strumica 2005 with 28 points.
Last season runners up Ferspred Rabotnicki suffer their fourth straight defeat, going down to Amak SP in Ohrid 78:83. Jarrid Frye scored 25, while Vojdan Stojanovski added 22 points for Amak SP.
MZT FON Univerzitet Skopje proved they are in a great form, beating bottom of the league Karpos Sokoli 2000 115:91.
Srdjan Zivkovic scored 26 points for MZT, while home crout favourite Muhamed Thaci scored 24.
After 16 weeks unbeaten, Panathinaikos lost the game in the Alexandreion Melathron and the deficit between Panathinaikoas and Olympiakos minimised. The reason of this defeat was simply an ex Green player, Giorgos Kalaitzis (195-G-76) was magnificent last night, the experienced ex Panathinaikos player was the MVP of the 17th week after his amazing performance against the permanent champions of Obradovic. Not only his points but his amazing passion, very good defence and truly leading role in Aris's team, Giorgos Kalaitzis was most certainly the man of the game and the man of the week. Giorgos Kalaitzis scored 18 points, 6 rebounds, 5 asssits and 5 steals in 30 minutes with nearly perfectly shooting percentages. The final score was 82-75. The quarters of the game were: 23-19, 52-36, 65-63 and the final 82-75. Top scorer of the game was Jeremiah Massey (202-F-82, college: Kansas St.) who added another amazing game in his career, this time the American power forward stopped at 21 point and 12 rebounds with 2 steals and 2 block shots. Wright was also very good with his 20 points. On behalf of the worst team of Panathinaikos only the Lithuanian Sarunas Jasikevicius (192-G-76, college: Maryland) tried to continue the winning tempo of the Triple crowners by scoring 15 points followed by Dikoudis's 14.
In the other games of the 17th week we had the first victory of Coach Dragan Raca and Olympiada Patras over AEL 1964 which created a lot of troubles for the Larissa team, the very crucial victory of Kolossos Rodou over their rivals from Crete, Rethymno, the very important win of Coach Angelou and AEK Athens over Panionios and the road win of Coach Panagiotis Giannakis over his ex team Maroussi. The results and the top scorers were the following:
Olympiada Patras - AEL 1964 81-75
Top scorers: Necovic, Dewayne Jefferson (191-G-79, college: Miss.Valley St.) and Periklis Dorkofikis (206-F-80) 15 per head, Dragan Ceranic (212-C-76) 24 points.
Head Coach Kostas Pilafidis resign just after the game.
Egaleo - Panellinios 87-80
Top scorers: Prodromos Nikolaidis (201-F-78) 23, Anthony Grundy (189-G-79, college: N.Carolina St.) 20.
Kolossos Rodou - Rethymno 85-80
Top scorers: Giorgos Diamantopoulos (195-F-80) 17, David Young (196-G/F-81, college: N.C.Central) 30.
Olympia Larissas - PAOK 80-69
Top scorers: Mike King (193-G-78, college: George Washington) 25, Kutluay 17
AEK - Panionios 72-62
Top scorers: Christos Tapoutos (208-F-82) 18, Giannis Giannoulis (207-C-76) 14
Maroussi - Olympiakos 66-75
Top scorers: Jarod Stevenson (200-F-75, college: Richmond) 19, Costas Vasiliadis (200-G/F-84) 18.
Caracas, Venezuela.- Cocodrilos de Caracas (Venezuela) ended at first place of Group A in Liga Sudamericana 2008, after successfully earning a triumph over Boca Juniors (Argentina) in matchday 3 at Naciones Unidas Park, with a final scoreboard of 91-79. Meanwhile, Universo BRB (Brazil) maintained options to advanced as one of the best lucky loosers squads in third place with a comfortable 120-68 victory over Regatas de Lima (Peru).
Cocodrilos de Caracas 91 - Universo BRB 79
COCODRILOS (VEN)= 91 (14+26+22+29)
, Kelley McClure (186-G-74) 20 points, Victor David Diaz (195-F-68) 14 points, Juan Herrera (197-F-81) 6 points, Luis Bethelmi (200-C-86) 12 points, Kevin Freeman (201-F-78) 4 points (Starting Five). Henry Paez (184-G-70) 14 points, Jesus Centeno (190-G-85) 0 points, Kevin Palacios (203-F/C-84) 15 points, Kenji Urdaneta (188-G-85) 3 points, Jhoyfer Diaz (196-F-87) 0 points, Rosmel Blanco (205-C-76) 0 points, Boris Urbina (195-G/F-84) 3 points. Coach: Nestor Salazar
BOCA JUNIORS (ARG)= 79 (19+14+24+21)
Gustavo Orona (196-G-75) 7 points, Luis Cequeira (180-G-85) 2 points, Leonardo Gutierrez (200-F-78) 18 points, Devon Ford (193-G-77) 20 points, Gabriel Fernandez (204-C-76) 3 points (Starting Five) Alejandro Alloatti (203-F/C-84) 11 points, Jamal Robinson (196-F/G-73) 7 points, Fernando Funes (193-G-83) 10 points, Juan Sartorelli (190-G-83) 1 point, Raymundo Legaria (178-G-80) 0 points, Federico Aguerre (203-F/C-88) 0 points, Leonel Schattmann (194-G-87) 0 points. Coach: Gabriel Picatto
In Spain, Unicaja Malaga was defeated by ViveMenorca 86-80. Daniel Santiago played 18 minutes with 9 pts (2/3 2pts, 5/6 FT), 4 rebs and 1 steal. Fuenlabrada won against Barcelona 77-69 but Peter John Ramos (222-C-85) did not play.
In Poland, Polpharma was defeated by Prokom 79-60. Donald Copeland played a good game with 16 pts (3/7 2pts, 1/4 3pts, 7/8 FT) and 3 assts in 29 minutes.
In the Adriatic League Siroki was defeated by Olimpia Ljubljiana 63-60, for Sharif Fajardo only 3 pts (0/3 3pts, 3/4 FT), 2 rebs and 2 assts in 23 minutes. In Germany, Paderborn was defeated by Bonn 73-63. Nathan Peavy scored 15 pts (3/6 2pts, 2/3 3pts, 3/7 FT) + 8 rebs.
In Turkey, Besiktas won another important game against Darussafaka 79-59. Christian Dalmau scored 4 pts+3 rebs+ 3assts and Rick Apodaca scored 6 pts+3 rebs and 5 assts.
In NBA, Dallas won against Minnesota 99-83. For Jose Juan Barea only 1 minute and 0 pts.
BORICUAS HALL OF FAME
'El Jefe' Larry Ayuso and 'El Magnifico' Carlos Arroyo were chosen with other great 'Boricuas' Legends as Piculin Ortiz as two of the 'Best Players in Puerto Rico', They were chosen for the 'Boricua Hall of Fame'.
The players of the second generation (1970-2000) who were chosen as Best Players were: Neftali Rivera (He scored 79 pts in a game), Georgie Torres, Ruben Rodriguez, Raymond Dalmau, Charlie Bermudez, Angelo Cruz, Fico Lopez, Jerome Mincy, 'Quijote' Morales, 'Piculin' Ortiz, 'El Jefe' Ayuso and Arroyo.
The league-leading Pezinok survived a scare before emerging victorious at BK Dolny Kubin recording a 78:82 win. They were led by their big men as Andrej Lukjanec (203-F/C-69) had 31 points. Brlit posted 14, while Dosek had 13. Petrovic led the hosts with 20 points. It was BK Dolny Kubin that came out quickest as they edged a 17:16 lead in the first quarter. Amazingly the guests produced 16:23 in the second quarter and lost only 2 points in the second half.
Inter Bratislava beat ESO CLUB Lucenec 87:73 to stay on the second position. The hosts domianted in the court winning three quarters and tying the second one. Marek Homola (193-F-86) paced the winners with 22 points. Micka nailed 20, and Novak scored 19. Antonio Bicvic (199-F-82) ended up with 25 points in defeat.
Hrvoje Puljko (193-G-83, agency: Interperformances) nailed 41 points for his HBK Prievidza and became the top-scorer of the round. HBK Prievidza overcame Slavia TU Kosice 84:73 with 22:3 in the second quarter. Richard Misinsky (186-G-80) poured in 23 points in the losing clause.
The next round will be on February 27th.
BK Dolny Kubin - SKANSKA Pezinok 78:82 (17:16, 16:23, 24:22, 21:21)
BK Dolny Kubin: Petrovic 20, Kurilic 20, Cvitanovic 14
SKANSKA Pezinok: Andrej Lukjanec 31, Brlit 14, Dosek 13
Slovintegra Levice - BK CASTA SPU Nitra 70:76 (16:16, 19:18, 12:26, 23:16)
Slovintegra Levice: Mladen Gambiroza (206-C-75, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 15, Pohanka 14, Lutovsky 12
BK CASTA SPU Nitra: Hill 25, Andrej Cervenka (198-G/F-84) 14, Jankovic 11
Inter Bratislava - ESO CLUB Lucenec 87:73 (21:17, 20:20, 22:16, 24:20)
Inter Bratislava: Marek Homola 22, Micka 20, D. Novak 19
ESO CLUB Lucenec: Antonio Bicvic 25, Praznovsky 18, Nuber 9
MBK Rieker Komarno - Chemosvit Svit 70:82 (14:20, 16:14, 12:14, 28:34)
MBK Rieker Komarno:Stipe Pivac (204-F/C-78, agency: Heinrich Sports) 20, Barisic 15, Majoros 15
Chemosvit Svit:Zachary Ingles (188-G-83, college: E.Kentucky) 24, Znanec 16, Pezer 10
MBK Handlova - Nova Ves 80:68 (18:13,13:17, 21:16, 28:22)
MBK Handlova: Milosevic 21, Marko Vlaic (206-C-81) 21, Stefanik 15
Nova Ves: Igor Pesta (203-F/C-84) 13, Ridzon 13, Madaj 9
HBK Prievidza - Slavia TU Kosice 84:73 (15:22, 22:3, 23:20, 24:28)
HBK Prievidza: Hrvoje Puljko 41, Immink 14, Storcel 10
Slavia TU Kosice: Richard Misinsky 23, Probala 20, Baťka 14
Marijan Mance (197-G-78) of Helios suffered a bone chip fracture in his finger an will be sidelined two weeks.
Tadej Keblic (195-G-80) of Konjice (B1) will undergo ankle surgery and miss the rest of the season. He averaging 37,1 minutes, 14,8 points (2P 55-103, 3P 13-35, FT 66-85), 5,6 rebounds, 1,1 assists, 0,9 steals, 0,1 blocks and 1,8 turnovers in 14 games of B-1 League.
Jonathan Barcelo (192-G-79) (CB Tarragona) was the MVP in the 21st round in the Adecco LEB Silver with 29 of efficiency. Cameron Echols (203-F-81, agency: Naiditch Entertainment, college: Ball St.) (Alaior Jovent) and Shawn Jackson (203-F/C-71, college: Johnson C. Smith) (Gestiberica Vigo) were the MVP in the Adecco LEB Bronze with 37 of efficiency. Gestiberica Vigo is leading this league with 15 wins and 5 loses.
Week 21 LEB Silver: TOP 5 by Effiency
Jonathan Barcelo (192-G-79) (CB Tarragona): 29 (20pt + 8rb)
Jason Blair (201-F-79) (Plasencia): 28 (17pt + 13rb)
Andreu Matali (204-F/C-81) (CAI Huesca): 28 (25pt + 5rb)
Stevie Johnson (198-F-78) (Caja Rioja): 28 (21pt + 9rb)
David Garcia (190-G-80) (Basquet Muro): 25 (20pt + 5as)
Week 21 LEB Bronze: TOP 5 by Efficiency
Shawn Jackson (203-F/C-71) (Gestiberica Vigo): 37 (25pt + 12rb)
Cameron Echols (203-F-81) (Alaior Jovent): 37 (30pt + 11rb)
Brett Beeson (193-G-72) (Archena): 32 (29pt + 6rb)
Jan Martin (203-F/C-84) (Real Madrid) 30 (26pt + 10rb)
Dreike Bouldin (201-G/F-80) (Carrefour Avila): 30 (24pt + 7rb)
Sunday, February 24th was the last day of the regular season in Baltic League. Minsk, Tallinn and Vilnius hosted the last games of the round.
The most interesting game was played in Vilnius between Lithuanian Arvi and Tim-Scuf from Ukraine. Two teams showed the best games during the season and became the favorites of the league. In order to decide the winner of the season four quarter were even not enough for the battle. Arvi created 11-0 in overtime to take 99:88 victory.
It was a game where Tim-Scuf could have also won. Ukrainian side trailed 25:20 after the opening quarter but then replied with 12:23 in the second.Arvi tried hard and caught up the opponent in the end of the game to tie it after the fourth quarter. Irma Raugaite (176-G-84) led the winners with 21 points.Briedyte and Moore followed her with 14 points each. Inna Yegorova (173-G-82) top-scored for the Ukrainian side with 23 points.
In another game in Vilnius the spectators did not see the intrigue throughout the game as Olimp-NAEK smashed LTU j. team 49:97. Lithuanian team however could win one quarter when they struggled with 19:17 in the second. the most troubles the home side got in the third quarter with 5:25 loss. Oksana Buryak (176-G-79) paced the winners with 26 points. Mykhailenko netted 21 and Kniazieva scored 14. Radvile Autukaite (175-G-91) ended up with 11 points in the losing effort.
In Minsk Olimpia grabbed the last ticket to the Play-offs beating Lemminkainen 109 : 100. In a very offensive game the spectators could enjoy the win of the local team. The win strengthened the hosts place in sixth with 9-5 record. Olimpia opened the scoring to set the tone for the first quarter as the teams traded their way to a 25:24 lead for the hosts. Another 25:17 was a good achievement for the total win. Tatiana Lihtarovich (176-G-88) paced the winners with 32 points. Kozun posted 27, whilst Anufrienko added 16. Egle Zygelyte (166-G-84) and Staugaitiene produced 22 points for the guests.
The game between Berezina-RCOR and Laisvė was the one between the teams that advanced to the Play-offs. Berezina-RCOR outscored Laisvė 74:67 to tie them at 10-4 record. The team from Belarus started with 26;18, but then saw 13:22 in the second. A 21:10 in the third quarter was the result of the 10th victory for the hosts. Aksana Dauharukava (184-F-73) paced all the winners with 24 points. Padabed nailed 21 and Zhurauliova had 10. Ilona Nikonovaite (175-G-75) ended up with 18 points in defeat.
Tallinn saw the last battles between Estonian and Latvian squads. The home teams proved one more time that at home they look much better than the opponents. Tallinna Living outscored RS TTT Rapa 73:51 to finish with 8-6 record. An easy 27:8 in the opening tip was the result of the 8th victory.
The teams traded baskets in a high-scoring and high-tempo second quarter. With 14:15 in the last Latvian team lost the total campaign. Mari Saarniit (184-F-77) top-scored for the winners with 23 points. Anderson posted 18 and Puu had 17. Anna Gailite (196-C-90) finished the game with 16 points for Rapa that ended up with 1-13 record.
TLU/VOLTA edged Avantis/Turiba 100 : 77 to finish with 6-8 record. A massive opening quarter saw the hosts taking 36:19 lead. The hosts followed that up with 26:21 tear to close the first half. Heila Rosenfeldt (172-G-83) led the winners with 25 points. Zilmer ended up with 20, whilst Wallace posted 19. Anda Eibele (170-G-84) chipped in 15 points for Avantis/Turiba that finished the regular season having 3-11 record.
Olimpia - Lemminkainen 109 : 100 ( 25 : 24, 25 : 17, 22 : 26 ,37 : 33 )
Olimpia: Tatiana Lihtarovich 32, Kozun 27, Anufrienko 16
Lemminkainen: Egle Zygelyte 22, Staugaitiene 22, Naidėniene 20
Berezina-RCOR - Laisvė 74 : 67 ( 26 : 18, 13 : 22, 21 : 10, 14 : 17 )
Berezina-RCOR: Aksana Dauharukava 24, Padabed 21, Zhurauliova 10
Laisvė: Ilona Nikonovaite 18, Jutelyte 16, Marmiene 10
Arvi -TIM-SCUF 99 : 88 ( 25 : 20, 12 : 23, 25 : 24, 37 : 21 )
Arvi: Irma Raugaite 21, Briedytė 14, Moore 14
TIM-SCUF: Inna Yegorova 23, Dorogobuzova 17, Savina 14
LTU j. team -Olimp-NAEK 49 : 97 ( 15 : 28, 19 : 17, 5 : 25, 10 : 27 )
LTU j. team: Radvile Autukaite 11, Grigaitė 7, Zintikaitė 6
Olimp-NAEK: Oksana Buryak 26, Mykhailenko 21, Kniazieva 14
Tallinna Living -RS TTT Rapa 73 : 51 ( 27 : 8, 15 : 14, 17 : 14, 14 : 15 )
Tallinna Living: Mari Saarniit 23, Anderson 18, Puu 17
RS TTT Rapa: Anna Gailite 16, Indriksone 9, Racinaja 6
TLU/VOLTA - Avantis/Turiba 100 : 77 ( 36 : 19, 26 : 21, 21 : 16, 17 : 21 )
TLU/VOLTA: Heila Rosenfeldt 25, Zilmer 20, Wallace 19
Avantis/Turiba: Anda Eibele 15, Vorma 13, Zarina 8
TEO and TTT Riga will join the first six teams in another Round that will be played on March 28-30.
1. Vilnius TEO (Lithuania)
2. TIM - SCUF (Ukraine)
3. Laisvė (Lithuania)
4. Olimpia (Belarus)
1. Riga TTT (Latvia)
2. Arvi (Lithuania)
3. Berezina - RCOR (Belarus)
4. Cesis (Latvia)
|BWBL Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1. Yegorova TIM 301|
2. Savina TIM 271
4. Wallace TLU 248
5. Lihtarovich Olim 237
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1. Krosovskaja Bar 121|
2. Savina TIM 120
3. Crockett Cesis 114
4. Bills Arvi 110
5. Paugaitė Arvi 103
|Assists Per Game|
|1. Nikonovaitė Lais 3.2|
2. Yegorova TIM 3.4
3. Rinkevičiūtė Arvi 3.6
4. Zubrytskaya Min 3.3
5. Anufrienko Olimp 3.2
|Steals Per Game|
|1. Strikasa Cesis 4.3|
2. Zubrytskaya Min 3.8
3. Naidėnienė Lem 3.4
|Blocks Per Game|
|1. Paugaitė Arvi 2.4|
2. Savina TIM 1.1
3. Alminaitė LTU 1.7
|1. Poldmaa TLU 100|
2. Romaniuk Olim 100
3. Jumike TTT 100
|1 Strikasa Rapa 82.6|
2 Marmienė Laisvė 81.4
3 Autukaitė LTU 78.2
|1 Wallace TLU 61|
2 Moore Arvi 60.9
3 Duboiskaya Ber 60.8
Gescom Viterbo - Banco di Sicilia Ribera 82-54
(18-17, 34-36, 56-40)
GESCOM VITERBO: Debora Danzi (192-C/F-75) 6 (3/5), Kouznetsova S. (-, 0/2), Santucci L. 11 (4/6, 1/2), Brunelli G., Smith B. 16 (8/12), Maslowski M. 28 (11/15, 0/2), Limoura L. 2 (1/3, 0/2), Siccardi V. 10 (2/6, 1/4), Gorla L. (-, 0/1), Crepaldi C. 9 (-, 3/10). Coach Agresti Claudio
BANCO DI SICILIA RIBERA: Farris S. 12 (3/4, 2/3), Duffy M. dnp, Favento S., Bona G., Riccardi E. (0/3, 0/4), Montagnino J. 13 (2/10, 1/4), Perfetti C. 9 (2/3, 1/5), Pys'Mennik O. 6 (3/8, 0/3), Razmaite D. 12 (6/10), Morrison J. 2 (1/7). Coach Anselmo Paolo Francesco
The key game of the Turkish league is scheduled for March 3rd when Fenerbahce will face Galatasaray. In Round 17 both favorites reached the victories.
Fenerbahce improved to 16-0 record defeating Cankaya 64:69 on a road. The game was tied at 58:58 and only then the favorites grabbed the win. Tammy Sutton-Brown (193-C-78, college: Rutgers) led the winners with 16 points. Sviatlana Volnaya (187-G/F-79, college: Virginia) collected 14 points and 11 rebounds, whilst Pondexter nailed 12. Henry ended up with 19 points for the hosts.
Galatasaray won over Ceyhan 70:53 to take 13-3 record. Secebe paced the winners with 15 points. Johnson collected 14 and 9 rebounds, while Petra Ujhelyi (192-C-80, college: S.Carolina) and Isil Alben (170-G-86) had 11 points each. Campbell top-scored for the visitors with 15 points.
In another games Botas beat IUSK 78:68 and Burhaniye bld. overcame Mersin 86:77. Migros was stronger than TED Kayseri 72:57. Edremit did not come for the game against Besiktas, 0:20.