EUROBASKET NEWS REPORT - 4/10/2008Copyright © 1997-2007 Eurobasket
Ed Norvell suffered a ruptured achilles tendon in yesterday's game vs Bree and will undergo surgery on Thursday morning.
The game it happened in was a rematch of a Rd 9 game which was won by Liege 79-77. But due to a referee erroir the league decided the game had to be replayed which happened on tuesday with however the same result, this time by a 73-71 score but more importantly the loss of guard Norvell for Liege.
The Liege management has not decided yet if they are going to replace Norvell.
Spirou Charleroi signed US guard Jerry Johnson (183-G-82, agency: Hart Sports Mngm, college: Rider) to replace Michael Jordan.
After leaving Rider at the end of the 2004-2005 season played in Poland and Turkey.
This season he played in France for Clermont Ferrand. In 20 games he averaged 15ppg and 4apg.
Antwerp Forward Mladen Sekularac has been put on inactive by him team and will not play in any of the remaining games.
Eight out of the 10 D1 teams had their licence approved for the 2008-2009 season, only the applications of Bree and Verviers-Pepinster are still under review.
One of the team which did get their licence Optima Gent will see several players lieave the team for the 08-09 season.
The most recent departure is Sam Rotsaert who is headed to D3 team Oostkamp. Earlier Sam Verstraete and Gilis Mestdagh agreed to a deal with another D3 team Latem-De Pinte. Wim Dobbelaere who has gotten sustantial playing time also ageed to a deal with D2 team Zwevezele.
|D2 Leagues Standings|
The team of Rilski Sportist played good today and managed to secure an important win. In Arena Samokov the hosts defeated Cherno More Eurohold 89-82. The team from Samokov moved to 7th place with equal record with Yambol but with advantage in the direct games.
The game started good for the visitors from Varna who went ahead 10-2. Little by little the hosts managed to cut the deficit that went down to three points, 18-21 after the first quarter.
In the second they cut it to a single point but then Cherno More moved ahead again by a good margin, 24-32. Then the hosts scored 11 straight points and took the lead for first time after a triple by Mirkovic to make it 35-32. To the end of the game Cherno More never had the lead again. Rilski Sportist played very good in those minutes and managed to build a double digit lead at the break, 51-40.
Santos Martinez (198-G/F-81, agency: Global Sports Plaza, college: Livingstone) and Branko Mirkovic played really good in the first half as they had 15 and 14 points respectively and leading their team to overcome their deficit. Bryce Sheldon also had 15 for the visitors, but he scored them in the first quarter.
Gruev opened the scoring in the second half to give the host their biggest lead of the game - 14 points. The visitors cut it to 10 and for a few minutes the score was in that margin. With two minutes to go after a Boev's basket Cherno More cut it to 3, and then to 2, but Golubovic scored a basket and was fouled, converting the free throw to make it 68-63 after three quarters.
Cherno More went scoreless for the first 3 minutes of the last quarter and allowed their visitors to score 8 straight points that all but secured the win. In the final minutes the visitors managed to cut the deficit by little but didn't have any chance of winning as the players of Rilski Sportist held on for the win.
Santos Martinez showed he is in very good form as he was the best player on the court finishing with 25 points and 14 rebounds. Branko Mirkovic scored 16 and Momchil Petrov played his best game of the season with 15 points and 5 rebounds in a match that six Rilski Sportist players scored in double figures.
For the visitors from Varna Bryce Sheldon was the top scorer with 24 points while Bogdan Boev and Nikolay Kolev finishied with 11 and 10 respectively.
FULL STATS FROM THE GAME RILSKI SPORTIST - CHERNO MORE
by Lubomir Neshev - BulgarianBasket.com
Zdravko Vuckovic (198-F-79) signed for BiH D1 team Zrinjski. He played this season for Croatian A2 League Center teams Bosco and Fortuna
In Puerto Rico, Indios de Mayaguez were defeated by Vaqueros Bayamon 97-87. Angel Caballero played 28 minutes with 15 points (6/8 2pts, 0/1 3pts, 3/4 FT), 8 rebounds, 3 assists but also 4 turnovers.
Guayama won against Ponce in an incredible game 75-74, Roberto Carlos Herrera played very well, with incredible intensity in defense. He scored 6 pts (3/6 2pts, 0/1 3pts) with 3 rebs, 5 assts and 2 steals.
In Argentina its play-off time, Obras Buenos Aires won the series against Juventud Sionista 3-2. In the last game, Lazaro Borrell scored 17 pts (6/15 2pts, 0/1 3pts, 5/5 FT) with 7 rebs. In 5 game Borrell scored 13.0 ppg + 6.2 rpg.
|D-League Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1.M. Almond, UTA 25.2|
2.D. Farmer, RGV 24.6
3.S. Banks, LAD 22.4
4.K. Powell, SIF 22.2
4.C. Powell, DAK, 22.2
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1.R. Benson, DAK 12.1|
2.C. Alexander, SIF 11.1
3.L. Allred, IDA 10.0
4.M. Sene, IDA 8.9
5.M. Campbell, ANA 8.7
|Assists Per Game|
|1.R. Livingston, IDA 10.4|
2.E. Gill, COL 8.5
3.A. Barrett, AUS 8.5
4.K. Kruger, UTA 7.0
5.J. Horner, IOW 6.1
This is a basketball website, and the text you read here is, most of the time, about basketball. That text is here to give you more news and information about the game we care about. The text you're about to read is no exception, but in some ways it can be used by Spanish nationalist movements as well.
In football and mostly basketball some Spanish teams became famous for having a losing mentality, and if you doubted that then you won't anymore as EuroBasket 2007 has landed the final stamp on this thought. It seems like those teams are able to win big games only as complete underdogs, and can't handle the pressure when it comes to being favorites. In Basque land they like to say 'We are not Spanish - we are Basque', but they might want to re-consider that since their biggest basketball club - Tau Ceramica Vitoria, is acting 100% like a Spanish team.
Some things in life you can't argue about. You can debate where are the best looking women in Europe, who has the ugliest jump shot in the history of European basketball or focus on the real important things - where's the best Italian ice cream? But with pure facts you just can't argue. What's a pure fact? Claiming that playing in Vitoria a crucial game against Tau as the underdog is good news for any team and in this case - Partizan Beograd.
The magic squad of Coach Dusko Vujosevic will step tonight on the floor of the Fernando Buesa arena, the legendary home court of Tau Vitoria, and most people will consider them as the underdogs. Bet sites give Tau a nine point advantage, and people in the streets probably think it will be a huge upset if the Partizans will make it to Madrid through Vitoria. Well, think again.
Keeping in mind that Tau holds the Euroleague record for home games winning streak, which stands on 30 wins in a row, from January 2005 till this season's game against CSKA, and for many seasons, including this one, Tau is considered a better team, this is understandable, but… this game isn't just any game.
When a team qualify to the next phase it has to go through one game that will decide if they get the prize or not. That game has several versions: It can be a game when a win is worth the ticket but the team will stay alive even in case of a loss (like Tau in game 2 last week), or it can be a 'winner-takes-it-all' game, in which the winner of the game will prevail. The last type has a sub-category: you can come to this game as a favorite with everything to lose or you can come to such game as the underdog that has nothing to lose and no pressure.
For those of you who didn't wake up yet - for Tau the upcoming game is of the last type. The winner of game 3 will go on, the loser will focus on the domestic league and Tau are the clear favorites - they have everything to lose. For Partizan these are the best news in the world.
Tau became an elite force in European Basketball only in the 2000/01 when the ULEB's Euroleagure was established, so anything before that isn't considered in this 'study'. We'll take it season by season and if you're a Partizan fan, your smile will get bigger the longer you read. For the Red Star and Tau fans, it's better to stop here.
Twice this season Tau made it to game five and lost. First came the Euroleague finals against Kinder Bologna of Manu Ginobili and Ettore Messina. Tau was down 2-1 before game four in Vitoria but still managed to win 96-79 and force the deciding game in the Palamalagutti in Bologna. There they played the second type game - winner-takes-it-all with no pressure on their heads. Pressure or no pressure didn't bother Ginobili, and although Tau lost the title, they earned a lot of respect.
Later the season Tau played the ACB's semi-finals series against Real Madrid. Once again Tau was down 2-1 before hosting game 4, once again they won by a big margin, 95-74, and…once again lost game five on the road although they had nothing to lose.
Mid-term score: 0-2 in winner-takes-it-all games.
This was the best season of Tau in the ACB. They have won the title for the first time in the club's history, and it was a very convincing one. 3-1 against Pamesa and Barcelona in the first phases took Tau to the finals against Unicaja Malaga that held the home court advantage. Nevertheless Tau won the first two games and game three in Vitoria was of the first type - Tau could afford a loss, but… didn't let it slide. Without having big pressure on their shoulders they have won the finals a clean 3-0 sweep.
That was a very sweet candy to replace the bitter taste of the Euroleague campaign. Back then the winners of the Top16 groups made it directly to the Final Four. In the last game of the season Tau hosted Maccabi Tel Aviv. They could afford a five point loss and still make it, they were in big momentum after a road win in Moscow the week before and with the support of the home fans were ready to show the Suproleague champion what it feels like to face a Euroleague team. That was the first time this Tau had a winner-takes-it-all game with the pressure on them, and the result… Maccabi destroyed Tau with a 65-94 win, despite Nate Huffman played less than 10 minutes. It was only a 10 point Maccabi lead at half time, but in the third it turned into a nightmare.
Mid-term score: 0-3 in winner-takes-it-all, 0-1 when the pressure is on Tau's side in Fernando Buesa Arena.
After the big humiliation against Maccabi in this season Tau didn't go very far in the Euroleague, and didn't come close to win their Top16 group.
In the ACB history repeated. In a replica of last year's finals Tau and Unicaja met already in the quarter-finals. Once again Tau hosted game four down 2-1 and a must win game in order to survive, and once again they made it with an 88-78 win. Then came game 5 in Malaga. Tau were the champs, but couldn't be considered as favorites playing in a tough gym as Unicaja's. They lost 62-61 and Spain had a new champ.
Mid-term score: 0-4 in winner-takes-it-all, 0-1 when the pressure is on Tau's side in Fernando Buesa Arena.
Another minor Euroleague season finished with an 84-82 loss in Moscow in the fifth week of the Top16. The last game had no meaning and Tau was second after Duda's team.
In ACB Tau was ready to run for the title again, but once again saw their home court advantage dishonored by their opponent. Estudiantes faced Tau in the semi-finals and arrived to Vitoria for game five to see who's going to the finals. Tau, a bigger club and the hosts of the deciding game, were the favorites in this game, but couldn't handle the pressure. The students from Madrid won 84-97, another too-easy loss in front of their fans, and another disappointing season for Tau.
Mid-term score: 0-5 in winner-takes-it-all games, 0-2 when the pressure is on Tau's side in Fernando Buesa Arena.
For the first time in the club's history Tau made it to the Euroleague's final four. They did that with a 2-0 win over Benetton Treviso in the quarter-finals. Benetton held the home court advantage, but a huge game by Luis Scola allowed Tau to host game two with the luxury to lose and survive. They didn't lose, and next were two Final Four games without pressure. In the first they shocked CSKA in Moscow, and finally earned a win in a deciding game, while in the finals lost to Maccabi, 90-78.
Back in Spain it all seemed going in the right direction, and the curse to be lifted off Tau's head. They held the home court advantage in the finals against Real Madrid and after game three already held a 2-1 advantage. One more win would mean another title, but Tau lost game four and went back to Fernando Buesa to decide the series. What happened there went down in history books of ACB as one of the biggest, if not the biggest, come backs ever. Tau entered the last minute with a 68-61 lead but made every possible mistake in the book which allowed Alberto Herrors to sink a corner three pointer and complete an unbelievable comeback to a 69-70 Real win. After two big losses in a deciding game in Vitoria came just a one point loss, but perhaps this one was the most uncomfortable one.
Mid-term score: 1-7 in winner-takes-it-all games, 0-3 when the pressure is on Tau's side in Fernando Buesa Arena.
Tau in Winner-Takes-It-All Games
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* Home games in Italic
Another quarter-finals performance for Tau finished with one of the biggest wins in the club's history. They faced Panathinaikos without the home court advantage and after losing the first game, once again, used their home court to tie with the knife on their neck. In game three, back in Athens, nobody in Europe expected them to win. Not in front of crazy Greek fans. Nevertheless Pablo Prigioni showed how to stun and silent 17,000 people in one shot, and sent Tau to the Final Four in Prague. There they met back-to-back Euroleague champs - Maccabi Tel Aviv, which beat them in the finals of the previous season, and here once again 85-70.
Later the season in the ACB Tau didn't have any deciding game. They won the quarterfinals 3-1, the semifinals 3-0 before losing the finals 3-0 to Unicaja.
Mid-term score: 2-8 in winner-takes-it-all games, 0-3 when the pressure is on Tau's side in Fernando Buesa Arena..
After one year break the symptoms has returned. In the Euroleague we saw another 2-0 quarter-finals win, this time against Olympiacos with game two played in Greece. Then in the Final Four came another big loss, 67-53, in the semi-finals to Pao.
In ACB we heard the same tune again. In the semi-finals they faced Barcelona with the home court advantage. It came to game five in Basque land and, if you made it all the way here, then you know how it ended. Barcelona took over the game in the third quarter and easily won 79-95. Another deciding game lost at home in front of a packed arena and all the pressure on their shoulders.
Mid-tern score: 2-10 in winner-takes-it-all games, 0-4 when the pressure is on Tau's side in Fernando Buesa Arena.
If someone wants to say this season Tau has a new team, new post-Scola era and a new coach, well, it's all true, but the spirit is still there. The ACB play offs are still not here, and the Euroleague season, well…we'll know tonight, but this season Tau hosted the Spanish king cup - Copa del Rey.
Until this point Copa del Rey games weren't taking into account, and this would have been the case here as well, if it wasn't hosted in Vitoria and showed once again what's going on in this arena when Tau face a crucial game.
If you have compassion in your soul you can count Tau's wins over Unicaja and Bilbao in the quarters and semis as back-to-back wins in winner-takes-it-all games as favorites, but they didn't really win compassion in the previous years. When the big game was on the line, the finals game, the losing spirit of Tau came back. They faced Joventut and after taking a double-digit lead in the first half saw Rudy and Ricky beat them 82-80 and strip another big game from Tau's hands in their home arena.
Final score: 2-11 in winner-takes-it-all games, 0-5 when the pressure is on Tau's side in Fernando Buesa Arena.
Ok, some might argue where the best Palacinka in Beograd is, but when it comes to tonight's game it seem like there's no debate at all.
On paper Tau is the favorites and host the game, but history shows Partizan couldn't ask for a better situation. Since joining the Elite of Europe in the beginning of the 21st century Tau has NEVER won a game of this type at home.
They lost five times - three of these losses were by a big margin, the one against Real is the biggest nightmare of Tau's fans and only the last one was a reasonable acceptable loss.
In total their record in games where both teams can qualify is 2-11 and those two wins were the ones in which Tau were the biggest underdogs of all 13 games. They lost three games by 1-3 points but double than that were by double-digit margins.
Partizan will step on court with nothing to lose, but they certainly don't want to become the first team in history to lose a big game in Vitoria.
Myself, I'm a history person, and until Tau proves else I go with Partizan tonight. If you doubt me, let's make it a bet - winner gets to pick the best Italian ice cream.
Korisliiga, Semi-finals, Game 1: The semi-finals got started tonight with two victories on the road. As Honka (Espoo) won over YMCA LPR at Lappeenranta
(67-92) and Kouvot (Kouvola) over Torpan Pojat in Helsinki (74-83), it means, that both Honka and Kouvot captured at once the home court advantage for
themselves. YMCA LPR was missing four starters (flu) and having only seven players on the roster. Honka got the victory for almost free. In Helsinki Kouvot,
the best defensive team in the league, was leading by 18 pts during the half time. ToPo made it a five-point-game at the end (74-79), but Kouvot won anyway
by nine. The next games (Game 2) on Friday, April 11.
YMCA Lappeenranta - Honka 67-92 (30-47) (Ivan Harris (201-F-84, college: Ohio St.) 22, Jouko Jarvinen 17, Aki Ulander 12 - Petteri Koponen (193-G-88) 25/9a, Jukka Matinen 18, Ben Perkins 14).
Torpan Pojat - Kouvot 74-83 (27-45) (Josh Gonner (188-G-82, agency: Profibasketball.de, college: S.Carolina) 20, Takais Brown 13, Elias Kajander 11 -
Wayne Bernard (190-G-81, college: Davidson) 21, Corey Smith 18, Peter Cipriano 16).
Jimmal, after your road win on Saturday against Orleans, Vichy is now a very serious candidate for the playoffs. What are your expectations for the rest of the season?
Jimmal Ball: The season is not over yet. We are focused on one game at a time, and we are not looking past anyone. We want to be the first team in French basketball history to participate in the playoffs 1 year after playing in the 2nd division. Whether at home or on the road, we go into every game expecting to win. We have some of the best fans in the league. They follow us and support us everywhere. With our fans behind us, we will try to go as far as we possibly can.
In its first season coming back from ProB, Vichy is enjoying a surprisingly strong season. Did you and your teammates expect this kind of success going into this season?
You have to realize Vichy did not reach this success with a bunch of unknown players. Our roster consists of many players who have played in France before and know the league and the competition very well. We have a group of players who complement each other very well, and a coaching staff who use the talents of the players effectively. We can say maybe some in the French basketball world underestimated the true value of these players.
You have previous experience in ProA with Roanne and Cholet, but we can say you have reached the peak of your career with Vichy this season. What do you say explains your success this season?
I am happy that I am having a good season, but I would not say I have reached a peak. Roanne and Cholet were also successful experiences for me, and I feel like I can continue to help my teams at the highest levels of basketball.
This season you have made big plays in the most critical points in many games, and have been decisive at the end of many games. To what do you attribute your level of confidence?
The coach and my teammates have a lot of confidence in me, and this has given me the freedom to make the plays my team needs in critical moments. I feel like I can make the plays when we need them. Of course our opponents have also discovered this, and the defenses focus on me during these times. I am simply focused on winning games, and if I can make plays for myself or my teammates to bring us a win, I am happy.
It is likely that your success this season will bring you many offers from other top leagues in Europe. Can we expect to see you back in France next season?
It is too early to know what will happen next season. I like France and Vichy very much. I am still waiting for my French passport. However, my agent and I will evaluate all the options before making a decision.
How far do you think Vichy can go this season?
I don't know. All I can say is we do not distinguish between easy or difficult opponents. For us the playoffs start NOW. We go into every game to win. We may not be favorites to win every game, but we are also not an easy team to beat. I am also curious to see how far we can go this season. I guess we will see in a couple months.
Jimmal Ball's stats after 26 games: 15ppg, 4rpg, 3apg, 30mpg
|Liga Metropolitana Standings|
Tuesday night in FEB action, the top two ranked teams in the FEB competition, MyGuide Amsterdam and West-Brabant Giants took care of business, with MyGuide winning on the road over Aris Friesland by the score of 77-66, and West-Brabant Giants spanking ZZ Leiden 94-77. West-Brabant Giants put themselves in a great position to clinch the 2nd place position, provided that Eiffel Towers do not win their last four games of the regular season, including the last regular season game,
with West-Brabant not affording to lose to Eiffel in their last regular season matchup versus one another. MyGuide already has assured themselves of homecourt advantage throughout the playoffs.
by ALBERT ASKER:
Mexican National Team member Romel Beck (203-G/F-82, agency: Interperformances, college: UNLV) has recently terminated his contract with Pallacanestro (Cimberio) Varese and is now currently playing for Pierrel Capo d'Orlando of the Italian League. Pallacanestro (Cimberio) Varese is currently at the bottom of the standings, 18th place, in Serie A which is Italy's top basketball league. Romel Beck's new club, Pierrel Capo d'Orlando, is currently in 5th place in Serie A. Romel Beck was averaging 20.3 points a game for Pallacanestro (Cimberio) Varese while shooting an eye-popping 70.9% from the field, 40% from three-point range, and 81.5% from the charity stripe. Comment on Beck's hoops prowess here. Is the best Mexican player not in the NBA?
1.Jake Linton (5'10''-G)-SMU........19.0
2.Ira Graham (6'1''-G)-WWU........18.5
3.Carl Arts (6'6''-F-85)-UAA..........18.5
4.McCade Olsen (6'8''-F-84)-UAA..15.4
5.Jake Beitinger (6'8''-F)-CWU......14.8
6.Rob Will-SPU............. 14.6
7.Marques Echols (6'2''-G)-SPU....14.4
8.Bill Richardson (6'7''-F/C)-SMU...14.3
9.Matt Penoncello (6'5''-G)-CWU....14.1
10.Travis Kuhns (6'8''-F)-WOU......13.9
|BLNO Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1. O.Trobe, Tornad. 24.9|
2. E.Garrow, Centr. 21.2
3. T.Aliferis, Persbr. 20.7
4. T.Samuels., Var. 19.5
5. O.Ofte, NTNUI 18.6
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1. T.Fisher, Centru. 13.9|
2. B.Madsen, OSI 12.4
3. T.Samuelsen, Var. 8.7
4. K.Hansen, Var. 8.2
5. R.Paulsen, Stava. 8.1
|Assists Per Game|
|1. T.Randolph, Lang. 5,4|
2. E.OGarrow, Centr. 4,9
3. B.Aunan, Persb. 4,4
4. T.Trobe, Tornad. 4,4
5. B.Madsen, OSI 3,9
|Steals Per Game|
|1. E.OGarrow, Cent. 3.5|
2. T.Randolph, Lang. 3.5
3. A.Simkunas, Cent. 3.3
|1. D.Kroder, Lang. 64.2|
2. G.Troni, Lang. 63.9
3. T.Fisher, Centr. 63.8
|1. G.Ronning, OSI 45.8|
2. J.Hauge, NTNUI 43.5
3. E.Mamen, Lang. 43.3
|1. H.Gulliksen, Fro. 88.9|
2. T.Randol., Lang. 85.5
3. B.Aunan, Persb. 82.0
Tau Ceramica - Partizan Igokea 85:68
Spanish Tau Ceramica deserved a place in Euroleague Final Four in the decisive game over Partizan Igokea. Tau were too good in the second half and led to 85:68 advantage to make the score 2-1 in the series. Pete Mickeal (198-F-78, college: Cincinnati) paced the winners with 19 points. Tiago Splitter (211-C/F-85, agency: Interperformances) collected 18 points and 9 rebounds, while Igor Rakocevic (191-G-78) nailed 15. Uros Tripkovic (197-G-86) finished the night with 16 points for Serbian squad.Tau will face CSKA Moscow in the semifinal game next month in Madrid.
After a loss in the second game in Serbia Tau still had a home court advantage and better chances to advance. Partizan did not take it too serious and won the opening tip 7:14. A pair of free throws by Pekovic closed the first quarter with Partizan leading 16:19.
It was the last lead for the guests as TAU grabbed the way to control the game Vranes made it 23:19. Pablo Prigioni (186-G-77) and Tiago Splitter increased to 38:29 entering the last minute of the first half. Milt Palacio was the last to score in the second quarter making the margin at 38:32.
In the third quarter Partizan stayed tough and trailed 5-7 points. Before the last 10 minutes of the game the guests were behind, 60:53. To make the things better in the game Pete Mickeal brings the hosts for 65:56. Pablo Prigioni sank 2 free throws for a 72:57 advantage and the game was over at that time. The guests came within 79:66 but they could not take Tau's spot in the Final Four. Spanish squad led the game to 85:68 and advanced with 2-1 in the series.
Tau Ceramica: Pete Mickeal 19 points, Tiago Splitter 18 points and 9 rebounds, Igor Rakocevic 15, Mirza Teletovic (205-F-85, agency: Beo Basket) 10
Partizan Igokea: Uros Tripkovic 16 points, Milenko Tepic (198-G-87, agency: Beo Basket) 14, Novica Velickovic (205-F-86) 14.
Ruben Nembhard (191-G-72, college: Weber St.) is back. The guard made 23 points against Trotamundos de Carabobo and Gaiteros del Zulia won, wednesday night, 91-88 at the Pedro Elias Belisario Aponte Arena in Maracaibo.
Jermaine Watson (193-G-81, college: Boston Coll.) scored two free throws with 13 seconds left and the zulian team stopped the Expreso Azul. Jamahr Warren made another 22 points and Watson finished with 11.
'We play better with Ruben in the court. We improve our defense and Warren showed his good game' said after the game Jorge Arrieta, Gaiteros head coach.
|WABA Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1. D.Zaku., M.Kraji. 22.1|
2. I.Perov., Buduc. 20.7
3. J.Kara., Vojvod. 20.0
4. M.Mazic, Gospic. 18.9
5. S.Klein, Medve. 16.9
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1. M.Evtouk. Merkur 10.8|
2. I.Perova., Budu. 10.4
3. M.Blake, Merkur 10.3
4. J.Velino., C.vezd. 10.0
5. G.Mazic, Gospic 9.5
|Assists Per Game|
|1. D.Zakula, Mladi Kr. 4.1|
2. T.Juric, Šibenik 3.8
3. A.Jelavic, Šibenik 3.7
4. S.Klein, Medve. 3.6
5. A.Pinto , Gospic 3.5
|Steals Per Game|
|1. A.Jelavic, Sibenik 3.7|
2. E.Guneva, Sibenik 3.0
3. S.Klein, Medvesc. 3.0
|1. I.Perov., Buduc. 68.7%|
2. A.Perov., Buduc. 63%
3. A.Sem., Medv. 61.8%
|1. J.Bura, Ragusa 66.7%|
2. A.Stoj., Kraji. 66.7%
3. I.Todor., Krajis. 60%
|1. M.Tabak, Gosp. 96.9%|
2. B.Had., C.zvez. 87.5%
3. L.Latin., Krajis. 87.5%
|Kvinneligaen Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1. K.Gibbs, Gimle 17.0|
2. T.Ytrehus, END 15.1
3. K.Tatters. , Gimle 13.9
4. K.Kristia. , Ullern 12.9
5. M.Hella, Gimle 12.8
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1. K.Tattersdill, Gimle 11|
2. NK.Sand, Asker 9.7
3. B.Huuse, Nordst. 8.4
4. KB.Kristia., ENB 8.3
5. I.Havnas, Nordst. 8.0
|Assists Per Game|
|1. M.Hella, Gimle 4,7|
2. K.Kristian., Ullern 3,5
3. CL.Hanni., Asker 2,7
4. K.Tonheim, Ullern 2,5
5. NK.Sand, Asker 2,5
|Steals Per Game|
|1. R.Tyssøy, Hop 5,7|
2. M.Hella, Gimle 5,2
3. K.Kristia., Ullern 5,2
|1. M.Hella, Gimle 64.0|
2. MH.Austgu., Hop 63.6
3. K. Tatters., Gimle 57.8
|1. B.Oyjordsb., Gimle 50|
2. K.Kristia., Ullern 44.4
3. M.Backe, A.Que. 39.6
|1. K.Kristian., Ullern 82.5|
2. NK.Sand, Asker 80.6
3. G.Nyquist, Ullern 77.1
|Liga Femenina Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
3.Christon (Irun) 18.1
|Rebounds Per Game|
2. Lyttle (Ibiza) 9.6
3. Da Silva (Extram) 8.5
4. L.Nicholls (Celta) 8.5
5. B.Wyckoff (Canari)8.2
|Assists Per Game|
|1. S.Morales(PDV) 4.8|
2. C.Ciocan (Burgos) 4.6
3. L.Palau (Ros) 3.3
4. S.Santos (Dato) 3.3
5. R.Hodges (Canari)3.2
|Steals Per Game|
|1. Lyttle (PDV) 2.8|
2. Musovic (Olesa) 2.7
3. S.Santos (Cadi) 2.3
|Blocks Per Game|
|1. Wyckoff (Canarias) 1.3|
2. Tamane (Filter) 1.1
3. Miller (Burgos) 1.1
|1 Antibe, Rivas 61,87|
2 Rasmussen EBE60,9
3 Bermejo Perf 60,87
|1 Gomez San Jose 53,8|
2 Rasmussen EBE 51,8
3 Cohen San Jose 49,02
|1. Tornikidou (Ros) 93|
2 .Feaster (San J) 92.5
3 Dubljevic Rivas 90.7
2. S.Morales (Ibiza) 19.1
3. S.Lyttle (Ibiza) 18.9
5. N.Antibe (Rivas) 16.7