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Cedevita switching Americans - by Milan Jovanovic
Cedevita decided to wave their American Thomas Mobley (195-F-81, college: Charleston), and sign another one, on different position, this time a power-forward Ricardo Marsh (201-F-81, college: ODU), stating that their SF position is better filled after the return of Opacak, and PF being a priority.
The club and Mobley agreed on breaking the contract on Wednesday, and the new signed Marsh is already with the team in Slovenia.
Marsh has started the season in Ucranian Donetsk, where he was averaging 10.7 ppg and 3.4 rpg.

Adriatic League Standings
 1. Cibona 17-4 
 2. Partizan 14-5 
 3. KK Zagreb 13-8 
 4. U.Olimpija 12-8 
 5. Hemofarm 12-8 
 6. Buducnost 12-9 
 7. Zadar 11-9 
 8. Cedevita 10-10 
 9. Crvena Zvez. 9-11 
 10. Radnicki K. 9-12 
 11. Siroki Eronet 8-13 
 12. FMP 7-14 
 13. Helios 5-16 
 14. Bosna S. 4-16 

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 18.7
 1. Bazdaric, Cedevita18.7 
 2. Tomic, KK.17.9 
 3. Zizic, Cedevita17.7 
 4. Mulaomerovic, KK Za.17.1 
 5. Tomas, Cibona15.3 
 6. Sehovic, Bosna S.14.4 
 7. Delic, Helios14.1 
 8. Videnov, Crvena Z.13.8 
 9. Macvan, Hemofarm13.7 
 10. Mason, Siroki E.13.1 
Rebounds Per Game
  MMC Real M.
  Avg: 8.9
 1. Tomic, KK.8.9 
 2. Maric, Partizan8.5 
 3. Mason, Siroki E.7.3 
 4. Zoric, KK.6.6 
 5. Ruzic, Zadar6.4 
 6. Roberts, Partizan6.4 
 7. Zizic, Cedevita6.1 
 8. Sehovic, Bosna S.5.9 
 9. Vranes, Partizan5.9 
 10. Brkic, Radnicki K.5.9 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 5.5
 1. Mocnik, Helios5.5 
 2. Kojadinovic, Bosna S.5.4 
 3. Markovic, Hemofarm4.9 
 4. Anderson, Cedevita4.5 
 5. Mason, Siroki E.4.5 
 6. Mulaomerovic, KK Za.4.4 
 7. Aleksic, Radnicki K.4.4 
 8. Gordon, Cibona4.2 
 9. Pavkovic, Hemofarm4.2 
 10. Stipcevic, Zadar4.0 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.6
 1. McCalebb, Partizan2.6 
 2. Walsh, U.Olimpija1.8 
 3. Gordon, Cibona1.8 
 4. Stipcevic, Zadar1.8 
 5. Krstic, KK.1.7 
 6. Markovic, Hemofarm1.6 
 7. Rozic, Cibona1.5 
 8. Sehovic, Bosna S.1.5 
 9. Roberts, Partizan1.5 
 10. Otasevic, Buducnost1.5 
Blocks Per Game
  KK Zagreb CO
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Zoric, KK.1.5 
 2. Vranes, Partizan1.4 
 3. Dragicevic, Buduc.1.1 
 4. Marjanovic, Hemof.0.8 
 5. Golubovic, U.Olimpija0.8 
 6. Maric, Partizan0.7 
 7. Tomic, KK.0.7 
 8. Plaisted, Zadar0.7 
 9. Musli, FMP0.6 
 10. Samardziski, FMP0.6 


Standings - LigaA
LigaA Standings
 1. Atenas 13-3 
 2. Lanus 11-6 
 3. La Union 11-7 
 4. Penarol 10-4 
 5. Regatas C. 10-6 
 6. Sionista 10-7 
 7. Boca Jrs 10-7 
 8. Quimsa 8-6 
 9. Union S. 8-9 
 10. Libertad S. 8-9 
 11. Gimnasia CR 7-10 
 12. Olimpico LB 7-10 
 13. Estudiantes 6-10 
 14. Obras 5-10 
 15. C.Entrerriano 5-12 
 16. Quilmes MP 2-15 

Standings - TNA
TNA Standings
 1. Club 9 5-1 
 2. Argentino 4-1 
 3. El Nacional 3-2 
 4. San Mart.C. 2-3 
 5. Ciclista 2-3 
 6. San Mart.MJ 2-4 
 7. Bragado 1-5 
 1. Obera TC 5-0 
 2. Alma Juniors 3-2 
 3. A.Italiana 2-3 
 4. Firmat SF 2-3 
 5. Belgrano SN 1-3 
 6. Independ.T. 1-3 

Stats Leaders - LigaA
Points Per Game
  La Union
  Avg: 19.2
 1. Jackson, La Union19.2 
 2. Funes, C.Entrer.18.2 
 3. Williams, Olimpico.17.9 
 4. Assie, Quilmes MP17.3 
 5. Gonzalez, Quimsa16.2 
 6. Cequeira, Sionista16.1 
 7. Cutley, C.Entrer.16.1 
 8. Lo Grippo, Atenas16.1 
 9. Moodie, Boca Jrs15.9 
 10. Gutierrez, Penarol15.8 
Rebounds Per Game
  Regatas C.
  Avg: 12.3
 1. Kammerichs, Regat.12.3 
 2. Griffin, Estudiantes8.5 
 3. Williams, Union S.8.1 
 4. Rollins, Gimnasia.7.8 
 5. Wolkowyski, Libertad.7.4 
 6. Assie, Quilmes MP7.3 
 7. Gonzalez, Quimsa7.2 
 8. Leiva, Penarol7.1 
 9. Alston, Olimpico.7.1 
 10. McFarlan, Union S.7.0 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 5
 1. Cequeira, Sionista5.0 
 2. Victoriano, Lanus4.4 
 3. Labaque, Obras3.9 
 4. Martinez, Sionista3.8 
 5. Franco, Estudiantes3.5 
 6. Salles, La Union3.4 
 7. Ginobili, Libertad S.3.4 
 8. Cadillac, C.Entrer.3.3 
 9. Williams, Olimpico.3.2 
 10. Figueroa, Atenas3.0 
Steals Per Game
  Olimpico LB
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Williams, Olimpico.2.3 
 2. Franco, Estudiantes1.7 
 3. Moldu, Libertad S.1.7 
 4. Victoriano, Lanus1.7 
 5. Pelussi, Libertad S.1.6 
 6. Funes, C.Entrer.1.6 
 7. Lopez, Quilmes MP1.5 
 8. Labaque, Obras1.5 
 9. Aguirre, Boca Jrs1.5 
 10. Cutley, C.Entrer.1.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Derrick ALSTON
  Olimpico LB
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Alston, Olimpico.2.2 
 2. Kammerichs, Regat.1.5 
 3. Alston, Boca Jrs1.3 
 4. Johnson, Lanus1.1 
 5. Rollins, Gimnasia.1.0 
 6. Assie, Quilmes MP1.0 
 7. Griffin, Estudiantes0.9 
 8. Marshall, C.Entrer.0.9 
 9. Alloatti, Obras0.8 
 10. Gonzalez, Quimsa0.8 

Stats Leaders - TNA
Points Per Game
 Derrick MILLER
  Avg: 21.9
 1. Miller, Bragado21.9 
 2. Elsener, El Nacional18.2 
 3. Harrison, Obera TC17.6 
 4. Melo, Z*Indepe.17.4 
 5. Kornegay, A.Ita.16.9 
 6. Tomatis, Alma Juniors16.1 
 7. Williams, Independ.T.15.5 
 8. Ford, Belgrano SN15.3 
 9. Truscott, San M.15.3 
 10. Wilkerson, Ciclista15.2 
Rebounds Per Game
  Belgrano SN
  Avg: 9.1
 1. Truscott, San M.9.1 
 2. Ford, Belgrano SN8.5 
 3. Kornegay, A.Ita.8.3 
 4. Williams, Independ.T.8.1 
 5. Leith, Firmat SF8.0 
 6. Benjamin, San M.7.9 
 7. Espinoza, Argentino7.8 
 8. Williams, Club 97.6 
 9. Frey, A.Italiana7.5 
 10. Wilkerson, Ciclista7.4 
Assists Per Game
 Julian OLMEDO
  Avg: 4.3
 1. Olmedo, Bragado4.3 
 2. La Bella, Obera TC2.9 
 3. Gandoy, Belgrano SN2.8 
 4. Palacios, Firmat S.2.7 
 5. Lauro, Z*Indepe.2.6 
 6. Safar, Argentino2.4 
 7. Ceci, Argentino2.3 
 8. Sartorelli, San M.2.2 
 9. Spalla, Club 92.2 
 10. Bernhardt, San M.2.1 
Steals Per Game
  El Nacional
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Elsener, El Nacional2.3 
 2. Giletta, Alma Juniors2.1 
 3. La Bella, Obera TC2.1 
 4. Castets, Obera TC2.1 
 5. Eseverri, Belgrano.1.8 
 6. Fernandez, Alma J.1.8 
 7. Castelli, Independ.T.1.8 
 8. Williams, Independ.T.1.7 
 9. Harrison, Obera TC1.7 
 10. Eiguren, Firmat SF1.7 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.7
 1. Francis, Argentino1.7 
 2. Clayton, Firmat SF1.7 
 3. Espinoza, Argentino1.4 
 4. Williams, Club 91.4 
 5. Kornegay, A.Ita.1.3 
 6. Williams, Independ.T.1.2 
 7. Ford, Belgrano SN0.9 
 8. Giorgi, Obera TC0.9 
 9. Robinson, Argentino0.9 
 10. Nwankwo, El Nacional0.8 


ASEAN-League Round: 1 (Finals) - by Eurobasket News
Philip.Patriots - Satria Muda 78-68
Philippine Patriots surged ahead in the best-of-five championship series against Satria Muda. The Patriots claimed a hard-fought home win in Game 1. Gabe Freeman (198-F-85, college: Costa Mesa JC) was unstoppable with 39 points and 9 rebounds for the hosts. Philippine Patriots earned a 48:41 advantage at halftime but conceded an 0:11 rally from Satria Muda at the start of the third period to trail by four. But Gabe Freeman stepped up for the hosts in the final period piloting the Philippine team to the crucial victory. Jason Dixon (205-C-73, college: Liberty) contributed 13 points for the winners. Nakiea Miller (205-C-79, college: Iona) responded with 22 points for Satria Muda. Alexander Hartman (201-F-85, college: Concordia (OR)) was limited at just 12 points and 10 rebounds in the losing effort. The second game of the series is scheduled for Wednesday.


Standings - NBL
NBL Standings
 1. Crocodiles 16-11 
 2. Perth 16-11 
 3. Blaze 16-12 
 4. Hawks 16-12 
 5. Breakers 15-13 
 6. Taipans 11-17 
 7. Tigers 11-17 
 8. 36ers 10-18 

Stats Leaders - NBL
Points Per Game
  Avg: 23.2
 1. Penney, Breakers23.2 
 2. Williams, Crocodiles18.2 
 3. McKee, Hawks17.9 
 4. Ballinger, 36ers17.6 
 5. Hodge, Tigers17.5 
 6. Gilchrist, 36ers16.9 
 7. Bruton, Breakers16.8 
 8. Worthington, Tig.16.3 
 9. Ubaka, Blaze16.3 
 10. Redhage, Perth15.1 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 7.1
 1. Rickert, Breakers7.1 
 2. Roberts, Crocodiles7.0 
 3. Davidson, Hawks6.9 
 4. Worthington, Tig.6.9 
 5. Petrie, Blaze6.8 
 6. Rychart, Taipans6.8 
 7. Schenscher, Perth6.7 
 8. Maxey, Blaze6.5 
 9. Burston, 36ers6.5 
 10. Holmes, 36ers6.4 
Assists Per Game
 Julius HODGE
  Avg: 5.9
 1. Hodge, Tigers5.9 
 2. McKee, Hawks4.5 
 3. Gibson, Blaze4.5 
 4. Ubaka, Blaze4.2 
 5. Gilchrist, 36ers4.2 
 6. Williams, Crocodiles3.6 
 7. Crosswell, Tigers3.4 
 8. Groves, 36ers3.4 
 9. Boucher, Breakers3.3 
 10. Bruton, Breakers3.3 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 1.4
 1. Williams, Crocodiles1.4 
 2. Saville, Hawks1.4 
 3. Martin, Perth1.4 
 4. Bruton, Breakers1.4 
 5. Boucher, Breakers1.3 
 6. Jones, Taipans1.3 
 7. McKee, Hawks1.2 
 8. Hodge, Tigers1.2 
 9. Lisch, Perth1.1 
 10. Worthington, Tig.1.1 
Blocks Per Game
 Julius HODGE
  Avg: 0.9
 1. Hodge, Tigers0.9 
 2. Penney, Breakers0.7 
 3. Redhage, Perth0.7 
 4. Rickert, Breakers0.7 
 5. Williams, Crocodiles0.7 
 6. Maxey, Blaze0.7 
 7. Melzer, Taipans0.6 
 8. Lisch, Perth0.6 
 9. Rychart, Taipans0.6 
 10. Worthington, Tig.0.5 


Standings - A Bundesliga
A Bundesliga Standings
 1. Furstenfeld 19-3 
 2. Gmunden 17-4 
 3. Klosterneub. 17-4 
 4. Wels 17-4 
 5. Kapfenberg 15-7 
 6. Arkadia 11-11 
 7. St.Polten 9-12 
 8. Oberwart 9-12 
 9. Gussing 7-15 
 10. Vienna 5-17 
 11. Worthersee 3-18 
 12. UBSC Graz 0-22 

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 23.7
 1. Houston, Arkadia23.7 
 2. Mayes, Gmunden20.8 
 3. Francois, Gussing20.2 
 4. Penigar, Furstenf.19.3 
 5. Roderick, Arkadia19.0 
 6. Dilys, Arkadia18.3 
 7. Mahalbasic, Worth.18.3 
 8. Nagler, Klostern.17.7 
 9. Kugerl, Kapfenberg17.5 
 10. Paez, Oberwart17.3 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 9.6
 1. Houston, Arkadia9.6 
 2. Johnson, Oberwart9.4 
 3. Penigar, Furstenf.8.5 
 4. Mahalbasic, Worth.8.1 
 5. McCandies, Worth.7.9 
 6. Conley, Wels7.9 
 7. Forrestal, UBSC G.7.6 
 8. Heard, Gussing7.1 
 9. Moric, Klostern.6.9 
 10. Oppland, Gmunden6.6 
Assists Per Game
 Benedikt DANEK
  Avg: 5
 1. Danek, Arkadia5.0 
 2. Boylan, Gmunden4.8 
 3. Lanegger, UBSC G.4.5 
 4. Woschank, Kapfe.4.5 
 5. Richards, Gussing4.0 
 6. Schreiner, St.Po.3.9 
 7. Zeleznik, UBSC G.3.6 
 8. Creddle, Klostern.3.5 
 9. O''Neal, Vienna3.5 
 10. Nelson, Kapfenberg3.4 
Steals Per Game
 Terrence RODERICK
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Roderick, Arkadia2.3 
 2. Payton, Vienna2.1 
 3. Boylan, Gmunden2.0 
 4. O''Neal, Vienna2.0 
 5. Penigar, Furstenf.1.9 
 6. Jandl, St.Polten1.7 
 7. Schreiner, St.Po.1.7 
 8. Fields, Wels1.5 
 9. Woschank, Kapfe.1.5 
 10. Richards, Gussing1.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Marcus HEARD
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Heard, Gussing1.5 
 2. Colwell, Furstenfeld1.5 
 3. Anderson, Vienna1.0 
 4. Mahalbasic, Worth.0.8 
 5. Roderick, Arkadia0.7 
 6. Bralovic, Arkadia0.7 
 7. Francois, Gussing0.7 
 8. Koch, Gussing0.6 
 9. Moric, Klostern.0.5 
 10. Levy, Oberwart0.5 

Standings - 2.Bundesliga
2.Bundesliga Grundurchgang Standings
 1. Basket 2000 9-2 
 2. Danube City 9-3 
 3. Mistelbach 8-3 
 4. Amstetten F. 5-6 
 5. Mattersb.R. 5-7 
 6. Baden BJ 4-7 
 7. Vienna 87 3-8 
 8. Modling 2-9 
 1. Klagenfurt 8-0 
 2. Gratkorn 2-2 
 3. Villach 2-3 
 4. ATSE Graz 2-4 
 5. UBSC Graz 2 0-5 
 1. Schwaz 9-1 
 2. Dornbirn 9-1 
 3. Salzburg 4-6 
 4. SVO/BRG 3-7 
 5. Feldkirch 3-7 
 6. UBBC Enns 2-8 
PlayOffs Standings


Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Rashaun BROADUS
  Avg: 21.7
 1. Broadus, Suduva21.7 
 2. Reed, Tallinna Kalev20.7 
 3. Kleiza, Alytus Alita19.8 
 4. Davis, Valmiera19.7 
 5. Tatarunas, Alytus A.18.8 
 6. Gailius, Siauliai18.7 
 7. Fisher, Kalev/Cr.18.6 
 8. Kelys, Perlas18.4 
 9. Akognon, Kalev/Cr.18.4 
 10. Sirvydis, Sakalai18.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Charron FISHER
  Avg: 9.6
 1. Fisher, Kalev/Cr.9.6 
 2. Reed, Tallinna Kalev9.5 
 3. Kieza, Suduva9.4 
 4. Watson, Zalgiris9.1 
 5. Tatarunas, Alytus A.9.0 
 6. Cresnar, Valmiera8.4 
 7. Valanciunas, Perlas8.3 
 8. Morrison, TU/Rock8.3 
 9. Kojenets, Liepaja8.2 
 10. McNaull, Norrkoping7.8 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 7.4
 1. Gaidamaviciu., Juven.7.4 
 2. Broadus, Suduva6.7 
 3. Renfroe, VEF Riga6.3 
 4. Grant, Norrkoping6.0 
 5. Popovic, Lietuvos.5.0 
 6. Maceina, Rudupis4.9 
 7. Sokk, Kalev/Cramo4.9 
 8. Gervin, Norrkoping4.8 
 9. Jomantas, Lietuv.4.5 
 10. Kelys, Perlas4.4 
Steals Per Game
 Rashaun BROADUS
  Avg: 3
 1. Broadus, Suduva3.0 
 2. Covington, Tallin.2.7 
 3. Vileita, Rudupis2.6 
 4. Rannula, Valga Welg2.4 
 5. Gervin, Norrkoping2.3 
 6. Gaidamaviciu., Juven.2.2 
 7. Leonavicius, Sakalai2.2 
 8. Bitinas, Neptunas2.2 
 9. Jomantas, Lietuv.2.2 
 10. Renfroe, VEF Riga2.1 
Blocks Per Game
 Kennyetta JOHNSON
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Johnson, Kalev/Cr.3.1 
 2. Valanciunas, Perlas2.3 
 3. Tatarunas, Alytus A.2.1 
 4. Toome, TTU K.1.8 
 5. Kieza, Suduva1.6 
 6. Davis, Valmiera1.5 
 7. Ezerskis, Techasas1.5 
 8. Leonavicius, Sakalai1.4 
 9. Cresnar, Valmiera1.4 
 10. Rozitis, Zemgale1.4 

Standings - Men
Baltic League Standings
Elite Division
 1. Zalgiris 14-2 
 2. Lietuvos Rytas 12-0 
 3. Ventspils 8-6 
 4. Siauliai 7-7 
 5. TU/Rock 7-8 
 6. Kalev/Cramo 6-6 
 7. VEF Riga 6-8 
 8. Valmiera 5-10 
 9. Nevezis 2-10 
 10. Liepaja 2-12 
Challenge Cup
Group A
 1. Norrkoping 6-2 
 2. Juventus 5-3 
 3. Sakalai 4-4 
 4. Techasas 4-4 
 5. Valga Welg 1-7 
Group B
 1. Perlas 6-2 
 2. Tallinna Kalev 5-3 
 3. Zemgale 4-4 
 4. Alytus Alita 3-5 
 5. Aisciai 2-6 
Group C
 1. Rudupis 6-2 
 2. TTU KK 5-3 
 3. Neptunas 5-3 
 4. Suduva 4-4 
 5. Keizarmezs 0-8 


D1 Round: 20 (Regular Season) - by Eurobasket News
Antwerp - Liege 61-75
Liege went to Antwerp and managed to record comfortable 61-75 away win. Will Thomas (201-F-86, agency: Interperformances) scored 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for Liege, while Michael Green (185-G-85, college: Towson) also had 14 points. Adrian Banks was also good for winners, finishing the game with 12 points. For Antwerp, Timothy Black poured in 24 points while Cristophe Beghin added 15.

Charleroi - Gent 83-60
Charleroi also won at home, after squaring off with Gent 83-60. Nick Jacobson (195-G-80, agency: Pro One Sports, college: Utah) led the rout with 16 points, while the duo of Len Matela (206-C-80, agency: Interperformances, college: Bowling Green) and Andre Riddick added 12 points apiece. For visiting side, Domien Loubry had 18 points while the only other player to reach double digits was Monwll Randle who added 10 points.

Oostende - M.Hainaut 67-55
Oostende had an easy job at home against M.Hainaut, winning the contest 67-55. Matt Lojeski (198-G-85, college: Hawaii) and Bracey Wright (191-G-84, agency: Priority Sports, college: Indiana) led the winning side with 16 and 15 points respectively. On the other hand, visiting team got 15 points from Jerel McNeal. Only other player to reach double digits for visitors was Craig Callahan who chipped in 11 points.

Aalstar - Leuven 72-54
Aalstar hosted Leuven and recorded fairly comfortable 72-54 win. Bingo Merriex (204-F-80, college: TCU) was the key player for the winners, as the led the team with 18 points and 13 rebounds. B.J. Raymond (198-G/F-87, agency: Elfus-Siegel Management (ESM), college: Xavier) followed with 14, while Brian Greene finished the game with 13 points. On the other side, Christopher Young had 14 points from Leuven, while Parfait Bitee and Kyle Spain added 13 points apiece.

Standings - Division I
D1 Standings
 1. Liege 13-5 
 2. Charleroi 11-6 
 3. Oostende 10-8 
 4. Verviers-Pep. 9-8 
 5. M.Hainaut 9-9 
 6. Antwerp 9-9 
 7. Aalstar 8-10 
 8. Leuven 7-11 
 9. Gent 4-14 

Stats Leaders - Division I
Points Per Game
 Timothy BLACK
  Avg: 18.5
 1. Black, Antwerp18.5 
 2. Greene, Aalstar16.9 
 3. Banks, Liege16.2 
 4. McNeal, M.Hainaut16.0 
 5. Melson, Gent15.9 
 6. Wilson, Verviers-Pep.15.1 
 7. Green, Liege15.0 
 8. Raymond, Aalstar14.9 
 9. Lojeski, Oostende14.8 
 10. Hilliard, Verviers.14.6 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 9.6
 1. Thomas, Liege9.6 
 2. Ebong, M.Hainaut8.3 
 3. Randle, Gent7.8 
 4. Young, Leuven7.8 
 5. Merriex, Aalstar7.1 
 6. Hilliard, Verviers.6.9 
 7. Brown, Antwerp6.3 
 8. Riddick, Charleroi6.0 
 9. Pelle, Oostende5.9 
 10. Tofi, Verviers-Pep.5.6 
Assists Per Game
 Stanley BURRELL
  Avg: 5.4
 1. Burrell, Verviers.5.4 
 2. Loubry, Gent4.4 
 3. Gill, Oostende4.3 
 4. Green, Liege4.2 
 5. Bosco, Gent3.7 
 6. Hamilton, Charleroi3.4 
 7. Johnson, Charleroi3.3 
 8. Tabu, Charleroi3.2 
 9. Black, Antwerp2.8 
 10. Stokes, Aalstar2.8 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.8
 1. Hopkins, Antwerp2.8 
 2. Gill, Oostende2.4 
 3. Thomas, Liege2.3 
 4. Black, Antwerp2.2 
 5. Green, Liege2.2 
 6. Greene, Aalstar2.1 
 7. Broyles, Charleroi2.1 
 8. Hill, Charleroi2.0 
 9. Anderson, Leuven1.9 
 10. Wilson, Verviers-Pep.1.9 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Riddick, Charleroi1.5 
 2. Wilkinson, Charleroi1.3 
 3. Wilson, Verviers-Pep.1.0 
 4. Pelle, Oostende0.9 
 5. Costner, M.Hainaut0.7 
 6. Barber, Aalstar0.7 
 7. Young, Leuven0.7 
 8. Tofi, Verviers-Pep.0.7 
 9. Drobnjak, Oostende0.7 
 10. Enobakhare, Ooste.0.6 

Ethias League News - by Peter Buyse
Optima Gent is giving Mike Campbell (197-G/F-75, LIU Brooklyn) a try-out as possible option to replace the injured Kevin Melson. Campbell however has not played since late 2009 and is said to not be in immediate playing shape.
He was been working out with Okapi Aalstar the past months. Mike played at Atomia Brussels with Gent guard Lionel Bosco and even led the Belgian league in scoring that year (06-07) with an everage of 17 ppg. The 35 year old Campbell has played all over the world in such countries as Austria, Cyprus, Venezuela, Italy, Yugoslavia, Portugal, Puerto Rico, France, Israel and finally at the beginning of 2009-2010 season Argentina where he was released in November.

Charleroi guard Gerrit Major (188-G-80) suffered a serious knee injury during the midweek game vs Gent. He requires surgery and will be out for the rest of the season.

Better news for the Antwerp Giants where Roel Moors (188-G-78) is back off the injured list and ready to go against Liege.


Standings - BIH League
D1 Standings
 1. Igokea 15-2 
 2. Capljina 12-6 
 3. Sloboda Dita 11-7 
 4. Zrinjski MC 11-7 
 5. Borac Nektar 9-7 
 6. Hercegovac 9-9 
 7. SL IAT Leotar 8-10 
 8. Sutjeska 7-11 
 9. Celik 7-11 
 10. Mladost MG 6-12 
 11. Grude 6-12 
 12. Slavija 5-12 
Will join on later stage:
 1. Siroki Eronet
 2. Bosna S.


Standings - BNL
NBB Standings
 1. Universo/BRB 14-1 
 2. Flamengo 11-4 
 3. Pitagoras/Minas 11-4 
 4. Ciser/Joinville 10-4 
 5. Vivo/Franca 10-6 
 6. GRSA/Bauru 7-7 
 7. Pinheiros/Sky 7-8 
 8. CETAF 7-8 
 9. S.Jose/Vinac 6-9 
 10. Amigao/Assis 6-9 
 11. Londrina 5-9 
 12. Paulistano 4-11 
 13. Palmeiras/Lupo 4-11 
 14. Saldanha 2-13 


NBL Round: 16 (Regular Season) - by Eurobasket News
Lukoil A. - Rilski Sport 91-68
Lukoil Akademik displayed total dominance in their match against Rilski Sportist. They had the game practically wrapped up by the halftime, when they already held comfortable 47-21 lead. Pero Antic (210-F-82, agency: Interperformances) led the hosts with 24 points (9 rebs), while Willie Deane (186-G-80, agency: Higher Vision Sports, college: Purdue) added 12 points and 10 rebounds. For Rilski, Aleksandar Gruev and Jane Petrovski pored 20 points each, but they received little help from their teammates.

Balkan - Yambol 77-71
Balkan managed to beat Yambol 77-71 after a closely contested matchup. Hosts even found themselves trailing at the halftime by 2 points. However, in the second part of the game they started playing significantly better. Thanks to the run in the third quarter which they won 23-15, Balkan players could routinely close the game out for the final 6 point margin win. Ivan Lilov (196-F/G-88) was unstoppable for the winners with 26 points on the night. Jordan Bozov (191-G-79, agency: Interperformances) followed with 14 points of his own. For Yambol, Pavel Marinov and Leven Berberov finished the game with 17 points apiece.

Spartak P. - Chernomorets 81-70
Spartak Pleven used great second quarter to overcome Chernomorec 81-70. Joseph Kennerly (204-C/F-84, agency: Pro Partner Sports Management, college: Cent.Oklahoma) led the winners with double-double of 27 points and 10 rebounds. He was followed by Veselin Georgiev who added 15 points off the bench as well as Ilija Stankov who chipped in 11 points. On the other side, Chernomorec got 18 points Dwayne Mortin while Martin Durchev followed closely with 16.

Cherno More - Levski 75-93
Levski confirmed its good form and defeated for third time this season with ease Euroins Cherno more. This happened for second time in Varna and at the end the score was 93-75. This was 12th win for Levski which will keep the team at the top of NBL. The visitors started highly motivated and took a 33-17 advantage after the first quarter. In the second the things on court were just about the same and after the first half the game was practically decided. Levski was in front 54-32 and there was no sign of any chance for a turnaround. The hosts started the second half with an 8-0 run but the third quarter still finished with 17 point lead for Levski. In the last one Euroins Cherno more managed to cut the deficit to 13 points, but then the visitors scored 8 straight points to take a 21-point advantage and seal the win. Aaron Harper (199-G/F-81, agency: Strategic Sports, college: Mississippi) was once again the best player on the court as he finished with 27 points, 3 rebounds and 2 steals. Donald Cole (204-C-81, agency: Edge Sports, college: Sam Houston St.) added 15 and Bobby Fraser 12 points for the winners. For the home side Hrisimir Dimitrov finished with double double - 20 points and 10 rebounds. Aleksandar Yanev also scored 20 points and Dimitar Mirakovski added 15 points, 6 assists and 5 rebounds. *by Valentin Anguelov

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 24.8
 1. Harper, Levski24.8 
 2. Durchev, Chernomo.20.3 
 3. Bozov, Balkan20.1 
 4. Cole, Levski19.5 
 5. Gruev, Rilski Sport17.9 
 6. Brown, Chernomo.17.4 
 7. Antic, Lukoil A.17.2 
 8. Mirakovski, Cherno M.16.7 
 9. Angelov, Yambol16.6 
 10. Lilov, Balkan16.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Bruce BROWN
  Avg: 8.9
 1. Brown, Chernomo.8.9 
 2. Antic, Lukoil A.8.0 
 3. Brown, Lukoil A.8.0 
 4. Peterson, Rilski S.7.8 
 5. Radev, Balkan7.5 
 6. Burgess, Rilski Sport7.5 
 7. Kennerly, Spart.7.4 
 8. Dimitrov, Spart.6.6 
 9. Morton, Chernomo.6.5 
 10. Yanev, Cherno More6.4 
Assists Per Game
  Lukoil A.
  Avg: 5.5
 1. Russell, Lukoil A.5.5 
 2. Aleksiev, Chernomo.5.4 
 3. Jones, Rilski Sport5.4 
 4. Gruev, Rilski Sport4.8 
 5. Mirakovski, Cherno M.4.3 
 6. Webb, Cherno More4.1 
 7. Velikov, Levski3.8 
 8. Frasor, Levski3.4 
 9. Dimitrov, Spart.3.3 
 10. Radionov, Yambol3.3 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Radionov, Yambol2.4 
 2. Russell, Lukoil A.2.1 
 3. Wells, Lukoil A.2.1 
 4. Harper, Levski2.0 
 5. Lilov, Balkan1.9 
 6. Angelov, Yambol1.8 
 7. Kyosev, Cherno M.1.8 
 8. Velikov, Levski1.8 
 9. Bozov, Balkan1.7 
 10. Zhelev, Cherno M.1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Ernest BROWN
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Brown, Lukoil A.1.5 
 2. Brown, Chernomo.1.3 
 3. Cole, Levski0.9 
 4. Earl, Yambol0.9 
 5. Peterson, Rilski S.0.9 
 6. Gocevski, Yambol0.9 
 7. Radev, Balkan0.7 
 8. Veselovs, Cherno M.0.7 
 9. Doychinov, Cherno M.0.6 
 10. Burgess, Rilski Sport0.6 

Easy win for Levski in Varna - by Valentin Anguelov
Levski confirmed its good form and defeated for third time this season with ease Euroins Cherno more. This happened for second time in Varna and at the end the score was 93-75. This was 12th win for Levski which will keep the team at the top of NBL.
The visitors started highly motivated and took a 33-17 advantage after the first quarter. In the second the things on court were just about the same and after the first half the game was practically decided. Levski was in front 54-32 and there was no sign of any chance for a turnaround.
The hosts started the second half with an 8-0 run but the third quarter still finished with 17 point lead for Levski. In the last one Euroins Cherno more managed to cut the deficit to 13 points, but then the visitors scored 8 straight points to take a 21-point advantage and seal the win.
Aaron Harper (199-G/F-81, agency: Strategic Sports, college: Mississippi) was once again the best player on the court as he finished with 27 points, 3 rebounds and 2 steals. Donald Cole added 15 and Bobby Fraser 12 points for the winners.
For the home side Hrisimir Dimitrov finished with double double - 20 points and 10 rebounds. Aleksandar Yanev also scored 20 points and Dimitar Mirakovski added 15 points, 6 assists and 5 rebounds.


Standings A1
NBL Standings
 1. Levski 13-3 
 2. Lukoil A. 13-3 
 3. Balkan 8-8 
 4. Yambol 7-9 
 5. Spartak P. 6-10 
 6. Cherno More 6-10 
 7. Rila Sport 6-10 
 8. Chernomorets 5-11 


Standings - CBA
CBA Standings
 1. Guandong 21-1 
 2. Zhejiang G.L. 19-3 
 3. Xinjiang 18-3 
 4. Jiangsu 17-6 
 5. Shanghai 16-6 
 6. Liaoning 14-7 
 7. Bayi 10-12 
 8. Fujian 10-12 
 9. Shandong 9-12 
 10. Zhejiang C. 9-13 
 11. DongGuan 7-14 
 12. TianJin R. 7-15 
 13. Jilin 6-14 
 14. Shanxi Zh. 6-16 
 15. Beijing 6-16 
 16. Qingdao DS 5-16 
 17. Shaanxi 4-18 


Standings - Ozujsko A1 League
A1 Standings
 1. Svjetlost 11-4 
 2. Zabok 10-5 
 3. Darda 10-5 
 4. Trogir 9-6 
 5. KK Split 8-7 
 6. Dubrava 7-8 
 7. Borik 7-8 
 8. Dubrovnik 6-9 
 9. Sibenik 4-11 
 10. Kastela 3-12 
Will join on later stage:
 1. Cedevita
 2. KK Zagreb
 3. Cibona
 4. Zadar

Stats Leaders - A1
Points Per Game
  Avg: 25.3
 1. Bizaca, Trogir25.3 
 2. Vragovic, Dubrava20.5 
 3. Spahija, Svjetlost19.6 
 4. Mrva, Borik17.8 
 5. Filipovic, Sibenik17.1 
 6. Bilan, Sibenik16.0 
 7. Mimica, KK Split15.0 
 8. Krolo, Darda14.4 
 9. Sakic, Dubrava14.3 
 10. Cosic, Svjetlost14.3 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 10.7
 1. Spahija, Svjetlost10.7 
 2. Bilan, Sibenik10.4 
 3. Bizaca, Trogir8.2 
 4. Vukicevic, Svjetlost7.3 
 5. Krapic, Zabok7.1 
 6. Rahimic, Sibenik7.0 
 7. Maric, Dubrava6.9 
 8. Sakic, Dubrava6.8 
 9. Krolo, Darda6.6 
 10. Ridl, Darda6.3 
Assists Per Game
  Siroki Eronet
  Avg: 6.1
 1. Petkovic, Sibenik6.1 
 2. Sumic, KK Split4.7 
 3. Cosic, Svjetlost4.6 
 4. Tomeljak, Zabok4.3 
 5. Camagajevac, Darda4.0 
 6. Norac, Svjetlost3.7 
 7. Blajic, Trogir3.7 
 8. Bubalo, Sibenik3.6 
 9. Bosnjak, Dubrava3.3 
 10. Radic, Dubrovnik3.2 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3.2
 1. Bosnjak, Dubrava3.2 
 2. Sumic, KK Split3.0 
 3. Petkovic, Sibenik2.3 
 4. Norac, Svjetlost2.3 
 5. Blajic, Trogir1.9 
 6. Tomeljak, Zabok1.9 
 7. Cosic, Svjetlost1.9 
 8. Katic, KK Split1.8 
 9. Peric, Dubrovnik1.7 
 10. Vragovic, Dubrava1.7 
Blocks Per Game
  KK Split
  Avg: 1.4
 1. Macura, KK Split1.4 
 2. Bilan, Sibenik1.1 
 3. Bizaca, Trogir0.9 
 4. Sobin, KK Split0.8 
 5. Kamaldin, Darda0.8 
 6. Culjak, Dubrava0.7 
 7. Krolo, Darda0.7 
 8. Ridl, Darda0.7 
 9. Vladovic, Sibenik0.7 
 10. Radic, Kastela0.5 

Cedevita switching Americans - by Milan Jovanovic
Cedevita decided to wave their American Thomas Mobley (195-F-81, college: Charleston), and sign another one, on different position, this time a power-forward Ricardo Marsh (201-F-81, college: ODU), stating that their SF position is better filled after the return of Opacak, and PF being a priority.
The club and Mobley agreed on breaking the contract on Wednesday, and the new signed Marsh is already with the team in Slovenia.
Marsh has started the season in Ucranian Donetsk, where he was averaging 10.7 ppg and 3.4 rpg.

A1 Round: 15 (Regular Season) - by Eurobasket News
Svjetlost - Trogir 100-78
Svjetlost had an easy job at home, rolling over Trogir 100-78. Fran Pilepic (193-G-89) led the rout with 26 points, while Matej Karlovic (200-F-89) followed closely with 22. Jurica Spahija was also excellent scoring 19 points and grabbing 10 rebounds, while Petar Cosic chipped in 18 points. On the other side, Trogir was led by Toni Bizaca who had 23 points and Josko Alujevic who added 15 off the bench.

Sibenik - Kastela 95-70
Sibenik recorded 25 point margin win, as they were better than Kastela 95-70. Hosts were led by Mario Filipovic (195-G-88) who scored 19 points and Nikola Gaurina (199-G-83) who added 16. For Kastela, Stipe Rezic and Josko Poljak stood out with 21 and 15 points respectively.

Darda - Zabok 84-80
Darda has narrowly beaten Zabok after a close matchup 84-80. Hosts got 20 points from Zvonimir Ridl (203-F-73), while Hrvoje Camagajevac (184-G-80) and Kamaldin Gamma followed closely with 17 and 16 points respectively. For Zabok, Ivan Cular shined with 19 points in loss.

Dubrovnik - KK Split 83-79
Dubrovnik hosted Split and managed to come away with 83-79 win. Mario Hajdic (205-F/C-89) and Frano Karac (207-F-79) cam off the bench to led the winners with 16 points apiece while Antonio Ostric chipped in 14 points. For Split, Josip Sobin had game high 29 points while Jere Macura added 19 points and 9 boards.

Dubrava - Borik 68-78
Borik stole one from Dubrava, as they were able to beat them 68-78. Visitors were led by Mate Mrva (195-F-83) who poured in 23 points as well as Marino Jurjevic (193-G/F-84) who added 18 off the bench. For hosts, Karlo Vragovic stood out with 16 points.


Standings - Division A
Division A Standings
 1. APOEL 12-3 
 2. AEL 11-2 
 3. Keravnos 10-4 
 4. Etha 8-6 
 5. Apollon 7-7 
 6. Achilleas K. 7-8 
 7. AEK 5-8 
 8. ENAD 1-12 
 9. Omonia 1-12 


Standings - NBL
NBL Standings
 1. CEZ Nymburk 26-3 
 2. Novy Jicin 25-3 
 3. BK Prostejov 25-5 
 4. BK Pardubice 20-9 
 5. BK Decin 17-11 
 6. B&W Opava 13-16 
 7. BC Kolin 11-18 
 8. USK Praha 11-18 
 9. Basketbol Brno 9-19 
 10. NH Ostrava 8-21 
 11. Podebrady 7-22 
 12. Vysehrad 2-29 

Stats Leaders - NBL
Points Per Game
 Myles MCKAY
  USK Praha
  Avg: 23.6
 1. McKay, USK P.23.6 
 2. Hatcher, BK Decin17.0 
 3. Smith, BC Kolin16.9 
 4. Sarovic, Novy Jicin16.7 
 5. Meno, Basketbo.15.5 
 6. Hampton, BK Pardu.15.2 
 7. Stuchly, NH Ostrava15.2 
 8. Thomas, Podebrady14.9 
 9. Reinberger, Basket.14.6 
 10. Castleberry, Podeb.14.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Tremaine FORD
  USK Praha
  Avg: 11.3
 1. Ford, USK Praha11.3 
 2. Castleberry, Podeb.9.5 
 3. Meno, Basketbo.9.1 
 4. Chan, BK Prostejov7.4 
 5. Landry, BK Prost.7.1 
 6. Houska, BK Decin6.8 
 7. Machac, BC Kolin6.7 
 8. Payne, NH Ostrava6.5 
 9. Platt, BC Kolin6.4 
 10. McKay, USK P.6.2 
Assists Per Game
  Novy Jicin
  Avg: 5
 1. Sanders, Novy Jicin5.0 
 2. Lawrence, BK Prost.4.5 
 3. Jones, BC Kolin4.3 
 4. Mitchell, NH Os.4.3 
 5. Carnecky, B&W O.4.2 
 6. Kotas, USK Praha4.0 
 7. McKay, USK P.3.9 
 8. Hatcher, BK Decin3.9 
 9. Vrubl, Basketbo.3.5 
 10. Skibniewski, BK Pro.3.3 
Steals Per Game
  BK Prostejov
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Lawrence, BK Prost.2.3 
 2. Kotas, USK Praha2.2 
 3. Mitchell, NH Os.2.2 
 4. Wright, BK Pardu.2.1 
 5. Sirina, B&W Opava2.1 
 6. Pandula, Novy Jicin2.1 
 7. Muirhead, Novy Jicin2.0 
 8. McKay, USK P.1.9 
 9. Sanders, Novy Jicin1.8 
 10. Lenzly, CEZ N.1.8 
Blocks Per Game
 Ales CHAN
  BK Prostejov
  Avg: 1.6
 1. Chan, BK Prostejov1.6 
 2. Meno, Basketbo.1.5 
 3. Walker, Novy Jicin1.4 
 4. Steffel, Novy Jicin1.3 
 5. Ford, USK Praha1.3 
 6. Payne, NH Ostrava1.2 
 7. Pelikan, Novy Jicin1.2 
 8. Castleberry, Podeb.1.1 
 9. Benda, CEZ Nymburk1.0 
 10. Ricci, CEZ Nymburk0.9 


Standings - Basketligaen
Basketligaen Standings
 1. Svendborg 20-3 
 2. Bakken 18-5 
 3. Horsholm 15-8 
 4. SISU 13-9 
 5. Naestved 12-9 
 6. Aabyhoj 9-14 
 7. Amager BK 7-16 
 8. Aalborg 6-15 
 9. Horsens IC 6-16 
 10. Randers 6-17 


Standings - Korisliiga
Korisliiga Standings
 1. Pyrinto 26-7 
 2. Kouvot 26-7 
 3. ToPo 21-12 
 4. KTP 19-13 
 5. LrNMKY 19-14 
 6. Honka 18-15 
 7. Korihait 15-18 
 8. Namika Lahti 14-19 
 9. Kataja 12-19 
 10. Karhu 10-22 
 11. Salon Vilpas 8-25 
 12. FoKoPo 8-25 

Standings - Division I
1st Division Standings
 1. Tarmo 16-3 
 2. Lapua 14-3 
 3. Honka 12-5 
 4. Jyvaskyla 10-7 
 5. LoKoKo 10-7 
 6. BC Nokia 9-8 
 7. Huima 9-9 
 8. Uusimaa 6-11 
 9. Ura Basket 5-11 
 10. Kerava ET 5-12 
 11. Wartti 4-13 
 12. Namika II 3-14 

Stats Leaders - Division I
Points Per Game
  Avg: 22.5
 1. Swanston, Lapua22.5 
 2. Haynes, Lapua22.3 
 3. Coleman, LoKoKo21.2 
 4. Leggett, Huima20.8 
 5. Conerly, Tarmo20.3 
 6. Kaunomaki, Namika I.19.9 
 7. Riihela, BC Nokia19.7 
 8. Jallow, Uusimaa19.7 
 9. Stamper, Uusimaa19.3 
 10. Pichon, LoKoKo17.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Arsene TOWA
  Kerava ET
  Avg: 13.4
 1. Towa, Kerava ET13.4 
 2. Nash, Lapua13.3 
 3. Coleman, LoKoKo12.3 
 4. Sampay, Huima12.1 
 5. Leggett, Huima11.7 
 6. Jallow, Uusimaa11.6 
 7. Douglas, Ura Basket11.4 
 8. Pichon, LoKoKo11.3 
 9. Stamper, Uusimaa10.4 
 10. King, Jyvaskyla10.3 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 4.8
 1. Ramey, LoKoKo4.8 
 2. Favors, Uusimaa4.7 
 3. Nikitin, Honka4.0 
 4. Conerly, Tarmo3.5 
 5. Coleman, LoKoKo3.1 
 6. Ahila, Jyvaskyla2.9 
 7. Huff, LoKoKo2.7 
 8. Rokala, Ura Basket2.7 
 9. Riihela, BC Nokia2.7 
 10. Pekkola, Namika II2.4 
Steals Per Game
  Namika Lahti
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Pekkola, Namika II3.1 
 2. Nash, Lapua3.0 
 3. Stamper, Uusimaa2.5 
 4. Rokala, Ura Basket2.5 
 5. Favors, Uusimaa2.4 
 6. King, Jyvaskyla2.2 
 7. Conerly, Tarmo2.2 
 8. Little, Wartti2.0 
 9. Hanninen, Wartti2.0 
 10. Thomas, LoKoKo2.0 
Blocks Per Game
  Namika II
  Avg: 1
 1. Johansson, Namika I.1.0 
 2. Graham, Tarmo0.8 
 3. Hale, Tarmo0.7 
 4. Hassinen, Wartti0.7 
 5. Egwuatu, Kerava ET0.6 
 6. Streng, Namika II0.6 
 7. Raami, Honka0.6 
 8. Pekkola, Namika II0.5 
 9. Little, Wartti0.5 
 10. Heinonen, Namika I.0.5 

Stats Leaders - Korisliiga
Points Per Game
  Namika Lahti
  Avg: 24.8
 1. Hickman, Namika Lahti24.8 
 2. Washington, KTP22.5 
 3. Trotter, ToPo21.7 
 4. Turner, LrNM.20.0 
 5. Golson, Karhu19.9 
 6. Lowe, Pyrinto19.5 
 7. Wood, Karhu19.1 
 8. Rouse, Namika L.19.1 
 9. Stamper, LrNM.18.8 
 10. Belser, Honka18.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Jeremiah WOOD
  Avg: 14.5
 1. Wood, Karhu14.5 
 2. Vinson, FoKoPo12.2 
 3. McDade, KTP11.9 
 4. Stamper, LrNM.10.7 
 5. Kaunisto, Kouvot10.5 
 6. Williams, Pyrinto10.4 
 7. Hamm, Salon Vilpas10.2 
 8. Rouse, Namika L.9.9 
 9. Kotti, Honka9.7 
 10. Smith, Karhu9.4 
Assists Per Game
 Jeremiah WOOD
  Avg: 5.1
 1. Wood, Karhu5.1 
 2. Hickman, Namika Lahti4.0 
 3. Trotter, ToPo3.8 
 4. Williams, Pyrinto3.7 
 5. Gibson, LrNM.3.7 
 6. Burgess, Salon Vilpas3.5 
 7. Suonio, Namika Lahti3.2 
 8. Sarcevic, Korihait3.0 
 9. Jarvinen, LrNM.2.9 
 10. Elliott, Honka2.9 
Steals Per Game
 Matthew GIBSON
  Avg: 3.2
 1. Gibson, LrNM.3.2 
 2. Trotter, ToPo3.1 
 3. Golson, Karhu2.7 
 4. Hickman, Namika Lahti2.7 
 5. Stamper, LrNM.2.2 
 6. Turner, LrNM.2.0 
 7. Shiloh, Kouvot2.0 
 8. Wood, Karhu2.0 
 9. Washington, KTP1.9 
 10. Belser, Honka1.9 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 0.8
 1. Stamper, LrNM.0.8 
 2. Clarkson, Kataja0.8 
 3. Hickman, Namika Lahti0.8 
 4. Moye, Kouvot0.7 
 5. Niskanen, Karhu0.7 
 6. Shiloh, Kouvot0.7 
 7. Pearson, ToPo0.7 
 8. Hudson, Korihait0.7 
 9. Chones, Kataja0.7 
 10. Gibson, LrNM.0.6 

KORISLIIGA: Marcus Jackson back to Finland - by Rauno Hurmalainen
Korisliiga, round 33: Three contests tonight. Honka (Espoo) lost at home vs Pyrinto (Tampere) by 11 pts: 84-95. Honka had five players in double digits, but Damon Williams (201-F-73, college: Colorado St.-Pueblo) scored 31 pts for Pyrinto and both Chris Hester (192-G/F-79, college: E.Washington) and Kenneth Lowe (192-G-80, agency: Warren Sports International, college: Purdue) added 21 pts. FoKoPo (Forssa) lost also at home vs KTP (Kotka) by five 87-92 after nine lead changes and six ties. Alex Barnett (198-F-86, agency: Interperformances, college: Dartmouth) netted 24 pts for FoKoPo, but Ian Young (191-G-81, agency: JEMsports, college: Auburn) (KTP) scored game high 33 pts. YMCA Lappeenranta was 12 pts down vs Korihait (Uusikaupunki), as the fourth quarter got started, but the hosts were stronger at the end (29-13) and won 83-79. Robert Turner (206-F-82, agency: Liman Sports, college: Pepperdine) led YMCA LPR with 21 pts and 14 rbs. Korihait got 38 pts from Josh Gonner (188-G-82, college: S.Carolina), but missed Darryl Hudson (196-G-85, agency: JEMsports, college: Howard) and Bojan Sarcevic (190-G-88). Sarcevic is still part of the roster, but Hudson has left team for personal reasons. Hudson played 15 games and averaged 11,8 ppg - 4,9 rpg. American F/C Marcus Jackson (202-F-82, agency: Court Side, college: Marquette) will replace Corey Rouse (203-F-84, agency: Pro One Sports, college: E.Carolina) on YMCA Lahti roster, while Rouse is on injured list (finger fracture). Jackson played in Finland the season 2006-07 (Team Componenta) and later in Sweden and in Holland.
Honka - Pyrinto 84-95 (30-49) (Monte Cummings 16/11, Carl Lindbom 16, Tuukka Kotti 13/12 - Damon Williams 31/10, Chris Hester 21, Kenny Lowe 21).
FoKoPo - KTP 87-92 (47-43) (Alex Barnett 24, Durell Vinson 15/10, Jarno Nissinen 13 - Ian Young 33, Mikael Holme 21, Ryan McDade 14/12).
YMCA LPR - Korihait 83-79 (40-45) (Robert Turner 21/14, Akeem Scott 19, Adam Hall 12/15 - Josh Gonner 38, AZ Reid 17, Petri Heinonen 13/11).
Tarmo - Huima 83-63 (40-25) (Tyrwone Still 19/10, Esa Maki-Tulokas 17, Larry Hall 16 - Brandon Sampay 22/22, Pena Ranta 11, Brian Leggett 7).

Korisliiga Round: 33 (Regular Season) - by Eurobasket News
FoKoPo - KTP 87-92
KTP improved at 19-13 record after they stole away from home victory over FoKoPo. Ian Young (191-G-81, agency: JEMsports, college: Auburn) unleashed 33 points for KTP. Mikael Holme added 21 points for the visiting side. Alex Barnett delivered 24 points and 9 caroms in the losing effort.

Namika Lahti - Salon Vilpas 87-104
Lawrence Hamm (198-F-84, agency: Court Side, college: Towson) tallied 32 points and 11 rebounds to lead Salon Vilpas past Namika Lahti. Roope Ahonen notched 23 points for the Vikings. Ricky Hickman replied with 22 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists for Namika Lahti.

Honka - Pyrinto 84-95
Pyrinto overcame Honka on the road for the 26th victory. Damon Williams (201-F-73, college: Colorado St.-Pueblo) unloaded 31 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Tampere team. Chris Hester and Kenneth Lowe added 21 points each for the visitors. Monte Cummings and Carl Lindbom responded with 16 points each for the Playboys.

LrNMKY - Korihait 83-79
Robert Turner (206-F-82, agency: Liman Sports, college: Pepperdine) nailed 21 points and grabbed 14 boards to lead LrNMKY past Korihait. Akeem Scott added 19 points and 6 assists for the winners. Josh Gonner poured in 38 points in the loss.

Kouvot - ToPo 84-71
Kouvot earned the 26th win as they held off ToPo. Kyle Shiloh (191-G-85, college: Nevada) scored 25 points to lead the league leaders. Ville Kaunisto netted 23 points in the victory. Tyray Pearson responded with 29 points and 10 rebounds for ToPo.


Pro B: Round 21 review - by Eurobasket News
Le Portel - Limoges 81-63
Le Portel rolled over Limoges with ease, winning the contest 81-63. Ronnie Taylor (188-G-81, agency: Court Side, college: NC-Greensboro) led the rout with double-double of 18 points and 11 rebounds, while Edouard Choquet (187-G-88) came off the bench to add 17 points. For Limoges, John McCord had 13, while Johan Passave-Ducteil added 11 points.

Lille - Clermont 79-73
Lille and Clermont played a close game in which hosts celebrated 79-73 win. Jason Siggers (187-G-85, college: Albany) had 15 points for the winners, while Djordje Petrovic (202-F-84) added 12. For visitors, not even 21 points from Justin Ingram could prevent the loss.

Maurienne - Fos Ouest 89-81
Maurienne hosted Fos Ouest and won the contest with ease 89-81. Chris Dunn (191-G-83, college: W.Virginia St.) and Moussa Badiane (205-C-81, college: E.Carolina) shined for hosts with 24 and 20 points respectively. For visiting side, Sherman Gay had 22 points while he was followed closely by Ismaila Sy who finished the night with 19.

Evreux - Quimper 79-72
Philippe Da Silva scored 18 and James Mathis added 17 points as they led Evreux to 79-72 win over Quimper. For hosts, Joshua Gomes (190-G-83, agency: ZAG Advocates, college: E.Illinois) and Benoit Toffin (205-F-77) also had good outings with 13 and 12 points to their name. For visitors, Andrew Lovedale had 19 points and 16 rebounds, while Steve Smith followed with 16 points.

Antibes - Nantes 85-84
Antibes players had more sports luck and calmer nerves as they managed to barely overcome Nantes 85-84. Darnell Harris (183-G-86, agency: Liman Sports, college: La Salle) led the winning side with 16 points while Nemanja Jelesijevic (208-C/F-79, agency: Interperformances), Andrew Feeley and Luc-Arthur Vebobe all chipped in 13 points with Vebobe adding 12 boards as well. On the other side, visiting team was led by Mehdi Labeyrie who had game high 19 points as well as Taron Downey and Olivier Bardet who chipped in 15 and 14 points respectively.

Pau-Lacq-Ort. - St Vallier 89-65
Pau-Lacq-Orthez had an easy job beating visiting St Vallier 89-65. Michael Bauer (203-F-80, agency: Court Side, college: Minnesota) had 17, while duo of Marko Maravic (201-F-79) and Teddy Gipson added 15 points apiece. For visitors, Corey McIntosh had 12 points in loss.

Charleville - Brest 83-61
Charleville rolled over Brest with ease, winning the game 83-61. Five players reached double figures for winning side, with Dennis Harrison (201-F-79, college: Colorado) leading the way with 16 points. Benjamin Thomas (181-G-82) chipped in 13, while Kevin Corre and Nemanja Calasan added 12 points apiece. On the other side, Brest got 13 points from Armand Charles and Ousmane Cisse with the latter also adding 20 rebounds.

Bourg - Bordeaux 76-53
Bourg hosted Bordeaux and came up on top 76-53. Daniel Coleman (206-F-85, college: Minnesota) led the rout with 14 while Thomas Dubiez (195-G-80), Gary Chathuant and Charles-Henry Bronchard all added 11 points. For Bordeaux, Akselis Vairogs had 12, while Camille Delhorbe added 11 points.

Boulazac - Nanterre 84-70
Boulazac did not have much trouble beating Nanterre 84-70. Hosts were led by Errick Craven (188-G-83, college: USC) and Terrance Johnson (196-G-82, college: Cal.Baptist) who scored 22 and 21 points respectively. Rashad Jennings also had a great outing with 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Johnatan Aka also shined with 12 points and 11 rebounds. For visitors, Nate Carter poured in 23 points while Xavier Corosine added 18.


Pro A: Round 19 review - by Eurobasket News
Roanne - Cholet 72-71
Roanne and Cholet played a thrilling encounter in which hosts managed to prevail 72-71. Dylan Page (204-F-82, college: Wisc.-Milwaukee) was the best scorer on the night with 13 points, while trio of Uchenna Nsonwu (208-F/C-78, agency: Beo Basket, college: Wyoming), Ralph Mims and Pape-Philippe Amagou all scored 12 points. For visitors, Mickael Gelabale came off the bench to lead the way with 20 points.

Orleans - Vichy 67-52
Orleans did not have much trouble, hosting Vichy and winning the contest 67-52. Hosts got 16 points from Ryvon Covile (206-C-84, agency: ZAG Advocates, college: Detroit Mercy), while Austin Nichols (198-G/F-82, college: Humboldt St.) and Justin Doellman added 13 and 11 points respectively. On the other side, visiting team was led by David Melody who had 15, while only other player to reach double figures was Jonte Flowers.

Paris-Levallois - Chalon 88-92
Chalon managed to steal one from Paris-Levallois as they were better 88-92. For Chalon, Terrell Everett (193-G-84, agency: ZAG Advocates, college: Oklahoma) was unstoppable with 28 points and 11 rebounds, while Jerome Tillman (198-F-87, college: Ohio) added 20 points off the bench. For hosts, Angle Daniel Vassallo scored 19 while LaQuan Prowell and Lamont Hamilton chipped in 17 points apiece.

Strasbourg - Rouen 106-79
Strasbourg hosted Rouen and won the game 106-79 without much problem. Ben McCauley (206-F/C-86, college: N.Carolina St.) and Anthony Roberson (188-G-83, college: Florida) led the way for winning side with 22 and 19 points respectively, while Thomas Huertel added 13 points off the bench. For Rouen, Shawnta Rogers and Edwin Jackson had 20 points each.

Nancy - Le Mans 92-70
Nancy also won at home, as they rolled over Le Mans 92-70. Marcus Slaughter (203-F-85, college: San Diego St.) led the rout with 21 points of the bench. He got help from Ricardo Greer (197-F/G-78, college: Pittsburgh) who finished the game with 18 points on his accounts. For visitors, only Dewarick Spenser came to play, as he poured in 28 points.

Poitiers - ASVEL 55-53
Poitiers managed to adapt better to the low scoring contest, as they managed to beat ASVEL 55-53 after a thrilling finish. Only Pape Badiane (207-F/C-80, college: Cleveland St.) managed to reach double digits for winners with 11 points, while Cedric Gomez (186-G-83) and Rasheed Wright added 9 and 8 points. For visiting side, Mindaugas Lukauskis and Aymeric Jeanneau reached double figures with 13 and 11 points respectively.

Gravelines - Le Havre 76-59
Gravelines had an easy job at home, beating Le Havre 76-59. Cyril Akpomedah (203-F-79) led the winning side with 15, while he received help from J.K. Edwards (202-C/F-82, college: UNLV) and Demtris Nichols who chipped in 14 and 13 points respectively. On the other side, Le Havre got 16 points from Jospeh Jones and 14 from James J.J. Miller.

Dijon - Hyeres-Toulon 69-81
Hyeres-Toulon went to Dijon and secured 69-81 away win. Visiting team got impressive 38 points and 7 rebounds effort from Derrick Obasohan (199-F-81, agency: Beo Basket, college: Texas Arlington), while Thomas Terrell (201-F/C-79, agency: ACMT, college: Georgia St.) followed with 16 and Mouhamed Sene added 11 along with 13 rebounds. For Dijon, Abdoulaye MBaye and Benjamin Monclar had 13 points apiece.

Standings - ProA
ProA Standings
 1. Le Mans 16-3 
 2. Cholet 14-5 
 3. Gravelines 13-6 
 4. Orleans 12-7 
 5. Nancy 12-7 
 6. Roanne 11-8 
 7. Vichy 10-9 
 8. Hyeres-Toulon 10-9 
 9. Paris-Levall. 9-10 
 10. ASVEL 8-11 
 11. Poitiers 8-11 
 12. Le Havre 7-12 
 13. Strasbourg 7-12 
 14. Chalon 6-13 
 15. Rouen 5-14 
 16. Dijon 4-15 

Standings - ProB
ProB Standings
 1. Pau-Lacq-Ort. 17-4 
 2. Limoges 15-6 
 3. Le Portel 14-7 
 4. Evreux 14-7 
 5. Maurienne 14-7 
 6. Bourg 14-7 
 7. Nanterre 12-9 
 8. Lille 11-10 
 9. Boulazac 10-11 
 10. Charleville 10-11 
 11. St.Vallier 9-12 
 12. Antibes 9-12 
 13. Nantes 7-14 
 14. Bordeaux 7-14 
 15. Fos Ouest 7-14 
 16. Clermont 7-14 
 17. Quimper 6-15 
 18. Brest 6-15 

Stats Leaders - ProA
Points Per Game
  Avg: 20.5
 1. Obasohan, Hyeres-T.20.5 
 2. Spencer, Le Mans18.8 
 3. Roberson, Stras.18.1 
 4. Vassallo, Paris-.17.7 
 5. Banks, Orleans16.7 
 6. Greer, Nancy15.7 
 7. Chatfield, Rouen15.6 
 8. Tillman, Chalon15.3 
 9. Woodside, Gravelines15.2 
 10. Schilb, Chalon15.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Mouhamed SENE
  Avg: 12.6
 1. Sene, Hyeres-Toulon12.6 
 2. Issa, Vichy11.2 
 3. Falker, Cholet9.1 
 4. Greer, Nancy8.5 
 5. Nsonwu, Roanne8.5 
 6. Edwards, Grave.8.1 
 7. Fazekas, Dijon7.8 
 8. Akingbala, Nancy7.1 
 9. Terrell, Hyeres-T.7.1 
 10. Akpomedah, Grave.6.9 
Assists Per Game
 Shawnta ROGERS
  Avg: 7.7
 1. Rogers, Rouen7.7 
 2. Reid, Vichy7.3 
 3. Greer, Nancy6.3 
 4. Everett, Chalon5.9 
 5. Pierce, Hyeres-T.5.7 
 6. Neitzel, Chalon5.3 
 7. Sciarra, Orleans5.2 
 8. Heurtel, Strasbourg4.8 
 9. Woodside, Gravelines4.7 
 10. Tchicamboud, Nancy4.6 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Linehan, Cholet2.7 
 2. Rogers, Rouen2.4 
 3. Flowers, Vichy2.1 
 4. Greer, Nancy2.1 
 5. Miller, Le Havre1.9 
 6. Issa, Vichy1.8 
 7. Banks, Orleans1.8 
 8. Ball, Paris-Levallois1.8 
 9. Melody, Vichy1.7 
 10. Spencer, Le Mans1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Mouhamed SENE
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Sene, Hyeres-Toulon2.6 
 2. Issa, Vichy2.4 
 3. Akpomedah, Grave.1.7 
 4. Badiane, Poitiers1.7 
 5. Slaughter, Nancy1.6 
 6. Akingbala, Nancy1.5 
 7. Fazekas, Dijon1.3 
 8. Darden, Strasbourg1.2 
 9. Prowell, Paris-.1.2 
 10. Falker, Cholet1.2 

Stats Leaders - ProB
Points Per Game
  Avg: 19.1
 1. Siggers, Lille19.1 
 2. Davis, Charleville18.4 
 3. Dunn, Maurienne17.1 
 4. Ingram, Clermont16.5 
 5. Huertas, Fos Ouest16.3 
 6. Coleman, Bourg16.2 
 7. Gipson, Pau-Lacq.16.2 
 8. McKenzie, St Va.16.1 
 9. Gay, Fos Ouest16.0 
 10. Mohammed, Limoges15.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 Devonne GILES
  Avg: 10.5
 1. Giles, Nantes10.5 
 2. Vebobe, Antibes9.6 
 3. Melicie, Brest8.5 
 4. McClark, Bourg8.3 
 5. Bing, Clermont8.1 
 6. Calasan, Charleville7.8 
 7. Badiane, Maurienne7.7 
 8. Badiane, Nanterre7.6 
 9. McKenzie, St Va.7.4 
 10. Mathis, Evreux7.4 
Assists Per Game
 Philippe DA SILVA
  Avg: 8.1
 1. Da Silva, Evreux8.1 
 2. Taylor, Le Portel6.8 
 3. Downey, Nantes6.3 
 4. Mullins, Bourg6.3 
 5. Kerckhof, Antibes6.1 
 6. Gipson, Pau-Lacq.6.0 
 7. McIntosh, St Va.5.8 
 8. Cisse, Fos Ouest5.1 
 9. Craven, Boulazac5.1 
 10. Ingram, Clermont5.1 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Driss, Bordeaux3.1 
 2. Craven, Boulazac3.1 
 3. Riley, Nanterre2.9 
 4. Siggers, Lille2.4 
 5. Mullins, Bourg2.3 
 6. Periac, Bordeaux2.2 
 7. Da Silva, Evreux2.2 
 8. McKenzie, St Va.2.0 
 9. Paelay, Charleville2.0 
 10. Smith, Quimper2.0 
Blocks Per Game
 John FORD
  Avg: 2
 1. Ford, Limoges2.0 
 2. Gay, Fos Ouest1.8 
 3. Williams, Bordeaux1.8 
 4. Badiane, Maurienne1.7 
 5. Owona, Bordeaux1.6 
 6. Gouez, Lille1.1 
 7. Bauer, Pau-Lacq.1.0 
 8. N''Diaye, Le Portel0.9 
 9. Joseph, Pau-Lacq.0.9 
 10. Taccoen, Lille0.8 


D1 Standings
Superleague Standings
Places 1-6
 1. V.Osiguruvanje 3-0 
 2. Torus 2-1 
 3. Feni Indistrija 2-1 
 4. Ovce Pole 1-2 
 5. Pelister 0-2 
 6. Rabotnicki 0-2 
Places 7-9
 1. MZT Skopje 0-0 
 2. Vardar 2000 0-0 
 3. Plejmejker K. 0-0 


Standings - 1. Bundesliga
1.Bundesliga Standings
 1. ALBA 18-4 
 2. Goettingen 16-6 
 3. EWE Baskets 16-6 
 4. Telekom B. 16-7 
 5. Bremerhaven 14-9 
 6. Dt.Bank SKY 14-9 
 7. Brose Baskets 12-10 
 8. NY Phantoms 12-11 
 9. Walter Tigers 12-11 
 10. MBC 11-11 
 11. Art.Dragons 11-11 
 12. EnBW L'burg 11-11 
 13. TBB Trier 8-14 
 14. ratiopharm 8-15 
 15. Duesseldorf 7-16 
 16. Phoenix Hagen 6-15 
 17. LTi 46ers 6-17 
 18. Pad.Baskets 4-19 

Standings - ProA
ProA Standings
 1. Bayreuth 18-2 
 2. Cuxhaven 16-4 
 3. Kirchheim 13-7 
 4. Karlsruhe 13-7 
 5. Braves 12-7 
 6. B.Muenchen 11-9 
 7. Chemnitz 10-10 
 8. Hannover 10-10 
 9. Crailsheim 9-11 
 10. Heidelberg 9-11 
 11. Osnabrueck 9-11 
 12. Jena 7-12 
 13. Freiburg 6-13 
 14. ETB Wohnbau 6-14 
 15. Noerdlingen 6-14 
 16. Langen 3-16 

Standings - Pro B
ProB Standings
 1. SOBA Dragons 17-3 
 2. Herten 16-4 
 3. Wuerzburg B. 15-4 
 4. Franken Hexer 14-6 
 5. Ehingen 13-7 
 6. Stahnsdorf 10-10 
 7. TSV Troester 10-10 
 8. SU Medien 8-10 
 9. Vechta 8-11 
 10. Dt.Bank SKY II 8-11 
 11. Bayer Giants 8-11 
 12. Weissenhorn 8-12 
 13. Wolfenbuettel 8-12 
 14. Rist-Wedel 7-12 
 15. L.Baeren 3-16 
 16. Speyer 3-17 

Stats Leaders - 1.Bundesliga
Points Per Game
  LTi 46ers
  Avg: 20.4
 1. Teague, LTi 46ers20.4 
 2. Buford, Bremerha.17.5 
 3. Burns, ratiopharm16.1 
 4. Copeland, TBB Trier15.9 
 5. Jeffers, LTi 46ers14.9 
 6. Jenkins, Walter T.14.8 
 7. Oliver, Goettingen14.8 
 8. Jenkins, ALBA14.7 
 9. Reese, Dt.14.7 
 10. Suput, Brose B.14.5 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 9.2
 1. Gibbs, Bremerhaven9.2 
 2. Ensminger, Telek.8.7 
 3. Johnson, LTi 46ers8.1 
 4. Kale, Phoenix Hagen7.7 
 5. Doliboa, Dt.7.2 
 6. Turek, Phoenix .6.4 
 7. Burns, ratiopharm6.4 
 8. Travis, Walter Tigers6.3 
 9. Archibong, Duesseld.6.3 
 10. Oliver, Goettingen6.3 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 6.4
 1. Campbell, Bremerha.6.4 
 2. Jordan, Phoenix .6.0 
 3. Hamilton, NY Phant.6.0 
 4. Ratkovica, Walter T.5.7 
 5. Jordan, Telekom B.5.1 
 6. Reese, Dt.4.8 
 7. Schaffartzik, NY Pha.3.8 
 8. Gamqrelidze, MBC3.7 
 9. Ross, Art.Dragons3.7 
 10. Foster, EWE B.3.6 
Steals Per Game
 Roderick TRICE
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Trice, ratiopharm2.4 
 2. Jenkins, Walter T.1.9 
 3. Foster, EWE B.1.7 
 4. Hamilton, NY Phant.1.7 
 5. Bernard, MBC1.5 
 6. Ratkovica, Walter T.1.5 
 7. Teague, LTi 46ers1.5 
 8. Martin, Bremerha.1.5 
 9. Anderson, Goett.1.5 
 10. Ross, Art.Dragons1.5 
Blocks Per Game
  EWE Baskets
  Avg: 1.6
 1. Boumtje, EWE B.1.6 
 2. Turek, Phoenix .1.5 
 3. Ohlbrecht, Telek.1.4 
 4. Pleiss, Brose B.1.3 
 5. Lyde, Bremerhaven1.1 
 6. Visser, EnBW L.1.0 
 7. Bryant, ratiopharm1.0 
 8. Flomo, Telekom B.1.0 
 9. Chaney, EnBW L.0.9 
 10. Boone, Goettingen0.8 

Jonathan Kale (Phoenix Hagen) Pregame Thoughts To MBC Game February 14th - by Miles Schmidt-Scheuber
Jonathan Kale (203-F-85, agency: Bradley Sports Management, college: Providence) is a 24 year old Ivorian/American 203cm forward that is playing his rookie season in the BEKO BBL for Phoenix Hagen and is tearing up the league under the boards. He was born in Boston and grew up in Mattapan and went to St Andrews school. He played at Providence University from 2005-2009. In his senior year, he played 33 games averaging 10.1ppg, 6.0rpg, FGP: 57.4%, FT: 56.6%. Before coming to Hagen, he played shortly in Poland for Anwil Wloclawek in pre season. This past summer, he took part in the African Championships in Libya winning the silver and playing 9 games averaging 5.6ppg, 3.6rpg, FGP: 57.1%, 3PT: 30.0%, FT: 56.3%. Jon spoke to eurobasket before the game against MBC on Valentines Day.

Did you watch the Superbowl? How difficult was it watching a game without the New England Patriots?

I did watch the Superbowl and while it was hard to watch it without the Pats competing, it was nice to see the Colts lose

You must have been thrilled that the colts lost?

I was pleasantly surprised because I thought they had it wrapped up

How bitter was the 67-64 loss to The Telekom Baskets Bonn last weekend? This is a game that Phoenix Hagen could of won.

Last weeks game against Bonn was a tough loss, we had them on their heels, but as always in this sport you have to have a short term memory and move on to the next

Michael Jordan came and so did a three game winning streak, but since then the club has lost five games in a row. What have been the biggest problems with the team?

I don't think there is a specific problem as to why we have been on this streak, we just have to keep compete every game, limit turnovers and stay positive

What is your memory of the 85-75 loss at home against MBC?

I just remember that being early in the season, we were a different team back then, so it will be interesting to see how we match up now

What adjustments will Phoenix Hagen have to make for this game?

Well there aren't to many, this is a very balanced team and one guy can hurt just as much as the next so we just have to play tough D and contain

What is your memory of Russian Anatoly Kashirov. He only played 13 minutes with one rebound, but had 12 points hitting just about everything he got inside.

He's a good player and he made the most of all his minutes on the floor

What will be the key to winning in the wolves den?

I think we just have to go in there mentally prepared to carry out our game plan and leave it all out on the floor

Will you be watching the Winter Olympics? What events interest you?

I probably won't watch a lot but I will try to check out the events that are available out here on TV.

What was the last DVD that you saw?

My teammate John Turek put me on to this DVD called Give me the Rock 2, it was really good

Thanks Jon for the quick chat.
Thanks Miles

Michael Haucke makes Stahnsdorf move - by Moritz Korff
2. Bundesliga Pro B outfit RSV Eintracht Stahnsdorf has added some size to its squad by bringing in Michael Haucke (210-C-85). The 24-year-old post player averaged 5.1 points per contest through 15 games for the BSW Sixers in this current season. Haucke made 71.4% of his shots from the floor in the Regionalliga North. Haucke previously played for TuS Jena and BiG Gotha. He will probably make his debut for Stahnsdorf today, when the team takes on Rhoendorf on the road.

Ronald Ross (Artland Dragons) Pregame Thoughts To Brose Baskets Bamberg Game February 14th - by Miles Schmidt-Scheuber
Ronald Ross (188-G-83, college: Texas Tech) is a 26 year old 18 cm guard playing his first season for The Artland Dragons. He is originally from Hobbs New Mexico and played at Texas Tech from 2001-2005. In his senior year, he averaged 17.5ppg, 5.5rpg, 3.0apg, 2.6spg, FGP: 51.9%, 3Pts: 43% and reached the NCA Sweet 16. He started his professional career with Univer Castelletto Ticino (Italy-Lega2) and then moved on to the CBA in 2006-2007 for Butte Daredevils playing 48 games averaging 15.2ppg, 4.2rpg, 3.8apg, Steals-2 (2.4spg), FGP: 49%, 3PT: 29.4%, FT: 74.2% and in 2007 for the Albany Patroons (USBL, starting five) playing 21 games: Score-3 (17.4ppg), 3.0rpg, Assists-4 (4.0apg), Steals-1 (2.5spg), FGP: 47.6%, 3FGP: 41.4%, FT: 84.2%. In 2007-2008, he played for ENBW Ludwigsburg playing 34 games and averaging 14.4ppg, 4.2rpg, 2.3apg, Steals-2 (1.7spg), 2FGP: 52.5%, 3PT: 29.1%, FT: 77.9% reaching the cup final in 2008. Last season, he started in Israel before moving on to the Artland Dragons playing 12 games and averaging 15.8ppg, 3.3rpg, 4.0apg, 2.0spg, FGP: 59.0%, 3PT: 57.1%, FT: 70.0%. He spoke to eurobasket after the 77-56 win against EnBW Ludwigsburg. Ron spoke to eurobasket prior to the game against The Brose Baskets Bamberg.

Did you watch the Superbowl? Did you have any favourite or team that you wanted to win or did you just watch it for fun?

Yeah, I watched the Superbowl. I was going for the Saints. I love to watch the underdogs win.

The Artland Dragons lost a tough game at home against The New Yorker Phantoms Braunschweig 66-60. Artland only scored 17 points in the second half. I guess even teams with a fire power like the Dragons can have an off day?

Yeah, we definitely didn't have that same fire power in the second half. We played too tense and conservative.

The Artland Dragons are in 11th place with a 11-11 record. The team has been so up and down in the last weeks. The team has a deep roster, but apparently is still not there where it wants to be?

I agree, we are definitely not where we want to be as far as our record is concerned. We definitely set higher goals for ourselves as team than 11th place, but we have 12 games left and a lot can change in that time.

The Artland Dragons reached the Top 16 of Eurochallenge. How good are the chances for the team to advance?

I think our chances are good because its still early, but we need to win a game or two on the road.

The next game is against The Brose Baskets Bamberg. What is your memory from the 74-68 loss at home?

I think Bamberg is a good team and not to take anything away from them, but I felt like we gave the game away in that loss. So this time around I hope that we can sustain any kind of the success we have until the end of the game.

The whole Bamberg team is dangerous, but American Brian Roberts had 24 points. Is he a guy that you might have to cover?

He is somebody I could possibly guard, but like you said they are a dangerous team so we are focused on the team as a whole.

Despite the two potent offensive games, could this become a defensive battle?

Yes its possible that it can become a defensive battle, but I hope we have a balanced attack on both ends of the floor.

Will you be watching the Winter Olympics? What events interest you?

No winter Olympics for me my man. I don't even have cable, but thats because I don't really watch TV like that.
Thanks Ron for the quick chat.

Quentin Pryor (Phoenix Hagen) Pregame Thoughts To MBC Game February 14th - by Miles Schmidt-Scheuber
Quentin Pryor (193-G/F-83, agency: Scorers 1st Sportmanagement, college: Morehead St.) is a 25 year old 193cm shooting guard/small forward from Eupora, Mississippi and is playing his second season with Phoenix Hagen. He started his college basketball career at Jackson State, before finishing at Morehead State from 2005-2007. In his senior year, he played 30 games averaging11.4ppg, 4.6rpg, 2.1apg, 1.1spg, FGP: 46.3%, 3Pts: 36.8%, FT: 71.7%. In 2007, he started his professional basketball career in Germany with FC Schalke 04 playing 29 games and averaging 15.1ppg, 4.3rpg, 2.2apg, Steals-1 (2.5spg), FGP: 55.8%, 3PT: 37.4%, FT: 75.2%. Last season for Phoenix Hagen, he played 30 games averaging 14.7ppg, 3.8rpg, 3.0apg, 1.7spg, FGP: 60.5%, 3PT: 30.3%, FT: 75.2%. This season, he is averaging 7,6ppg, 2,9rpg, 1,4apg and has scored in double figures in six games. He spoke to eurobasket about the next game against MBC on February 14th.

You are playing on the road in MBC for Valentines day. For what special person do you want to win this game for?

I want to win this game for my family back at home especially my son.

How big is this game against MBC for Phoenix Hagen considering it is the game of the two PRO A teams from last year?

Its just like every game. Each game is big for us but it is kind of a little rivalry between the teams considering how everything happened last year.

How much did the 67-64 loss at home against The Telekom Baskets Bonn hurt? You guys were so close?

That game stung a lot because we were in control the whole game and just let our inexperience take over in the fourth quarter. A win in that game would have been a big boost for us.

As Michael Jordan came, the club won three games in a row, but since then are riding a five game losing streak. What have been the biggest problems with the team?

I think the biggest problem with us right now is that everyone is trying to do too much. We have phases were we try to make something out of nothing instead of just taking what is there. If we start playing more as team again then everything will be fine.

What are your memories of the 85-75 loss at home against MBC at the start of the season?

I just remember that they controled the whole game from start to finish. They attacked every way possible and we had no answer for them. We made runs and kept the game close, but we just couldn't get over the hump.

What can we await from this game? Two teams running all night long?

I'm pretty sure thats we (the players) would like to do but I think it will come down to who executes their game plan the best.

Phoenix Hagen was severely outrebounded in the first game 44-30. Will it be a key to control the boards and slow down the MBC transition game?

That will be a major key. Anytime you lose the rebounding battle your probably going to lose the game so we want to keep them off the glass and crash it ourselves. Its always a plus if you take away fast break opportunities because that limits easy scores from them. We would much rather make them run their sets.

How much of a challenge is it playing against Wayne Bernard?

Its a tough challenge because they run him off so many screens and he is a good player. He plays hard the whole the game and is the leader of their team

Will you be watching the Winter Olympics? What events will you follow?

.No I wont be watching the Winter Olympics. May catch some highlights here and there on Sportscenter but thats about it. I honestly don't know many of the events except for Skiing, Bobsleding, and Hockey

What is the last DVD that you saw?

I watched Janky Promoters with Ice Cube, Mike Epps, and Young Jeezy.
Thanks for the quick chat Quentin.

Stats Leaders - 2.Bundesliga
Points Per Game
  ETB Wohnbau
  Avg: 23.5
 1. Kepkay, ETB W.23.5 
 2. Holloway, Hannover22.0 
 3. Hodges, Heidelberg20.0 
 4. Roessler, Karlsruhe19.2 
 5. Jeka, Cuxhaven19.0 
 6. Dorris, Cuxhaven18.4 
 7. Burleson, Heidelberg18.4 
 8. Komarek, Heide.17.8 
 9. Wachalski, Osnab.17.4 
 10. Baxley, Braves17.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Alonzo HIRD
  Avg: 11.3
 1. Hird, Langen11.3 
 2. Smallwood, Braves9.7 
 3. Baker, Osnabrueck8.8 
 4. Black, Karlsruhe8.7 
 5. Maras, B.Muenchen8.6 
 6. Rastatter, Chemn.8.3 
 7. Richardson, Karls.7.9 
 8. Jackson-W., Jena7.8 
 9. Ferguson, Noerdlin.7.6 
 10. Bynum, Crailsheim7.6 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 7.6
 1. Holcomb-Faye, Bra.7.6 
 2. Jeka, Cuxhaven5.7 
 3. Watson, Noerdlin.5.6 
 4. Bynum, Crailsheim5.6 
 5. Kepkay, ETB W.5.1 
 6. Holloway, Hannover5.0 
 7. Burleson, Heidelberg4.9 
 8. Harrelson, Osnab.4.5 
 9. Brooks, Kirchheim4.4 
 10. Sharda, Freiburg4.0 
Steals Per Game
 Cedric BROOKS
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Brooks, Kirchheim2.7 
 2. Holloway, Hannover2.5 
 3. Burleson, Heidelberg2.2 
 4. Dorris, Cuxhaven2.2 
 5. Scott, Kirchheim2.1 
 6. Hunter, Freiburg1.9 
 7. Jeka, Cuxhaven1.8 
 8. Johnson, Chemnitz1.7 
 9. Grimaldi, Karlsruhe1.7 
 10. Watson, Noerdlin.1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Anthony SLACK
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Slack, Hannover2.2 
 2. De Michael, Kirchheim1.6 
 3. Schoo, Hannover1.5 
 4. Maras, B.Muenchen1.4 
 5. Hill, Jena1.2 
 6. Fuller, Cuxhaven1.2 
 7. Tarver, Braves1.0 
 8. Shabazz, Jena1.0 
 9. Seward, Bayreuth1.0 
 10. Buse, Osnabrueck1.0 

Michael Jenkins (Walter TIgers Tuebingen) Pregame Thoughts To Duesseldorf Giants Game February 13th - by Miles Schmidt-Scheuber
Michael Jenkins (191-G-86, college: Winthrop) is a 22 year old 192 cm guard from Kinston, North Carolina. He played at Winthrop (NCAA) from 2004-2008. He didnt play as much his first two seasons, but got increased playing time in his junior and senior years. As a junior, he averaged 14.8ppg, 3.8rpg, 3.2apg, 1.3spg, FGP: 45.9%, 3PTConf-1 (41.5%), FT: 70.2% in 34 games. In his senior year, he played 34 games and averaged 13.9ppg, 4.1rpg, 2.5apg, 1.1spg, FGP: 41.6%, 3PTConf-6 (36.8%), FT: 71.3%: and finished his career as the 10th leading scorer in Winthrop history with 1,253 points. With Winthrop, he was the Big South Conf. Regular Season Champion in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and won the Big South Conf Tournament from 2005-2008. He was named to the Big South Conf. All-Tournament Team in 2007 and 2008. In his first professional season 2008-2009, he was drafted by the Albany Patrons of the CBA and in November 2008 signed with the Albany Patroons playing 3 games and averaging 6.7ppg, 2.0rpg, FGP: 47.4%, but left during the season and moved to BC Buducnost Podgorica (Bosnia-1A) in Feb 2009. Currently he is leading Tuebingen in scoring and had a chat with eurobasket about next game against The Duesseldorf Giants..

Did you watch the Superbowl? Did you have a team that you wanted to win or did you just enjoy the game from a neutral standpoint?

Yea I watched. I wanted the Saints to win and they came through.

Any team can lose to a top team like Alba Berlin. They halted the six game winning streak of The Walter Tigers Tuebingen. How disappointing was the loss? It seemed like Alba Berlin was simply a little better on that day?

It's always disappointing to lose but they aren't the top team in our league right now for no reason. They played extremely well and capitalized on every mistake we made.

You had a real battle with Julius Jenkins as he nipped you in the scoring department 30-28 points. How much fun was going at him in the giant O-2 arena?

It was very fun. He was unbelievable in the first half and I heated up in the second half.

Did you guys talk after the game? Did he tell you anything out of the ordinary to the battle or was it the typical blabla?

No we didn't talk after the game. Just the usual end of the game stuff. He told me way to shoot and good game and I said the same to him.

The next game is against The Duesseldorf Giants who could be the most dangerous 15th placed team ever in the BEKO BBL. I am sure that you guys are aware how dangerous and hungry they are for wins.

Yea they are hungry for wins but we are too so we aren't looking at them any different than we looked at Alba Berlin.

What is your memory from the 65-55 win in Duesseldorf earlier in the season?

I don't really remember much. I just remember it being our first road win of the season.

Dueseldorf seemed not to get a handle on the Tuebingen defense. However if they start having a shooting clinic, I am sure that you will make adjustments on defense?

Yea you have to make adjustments if a team starts to tear up your defense. A key to winning any game is the ability to make adjustments through out the game.

What is your memory of Bobby Walker? He poured in 19 points? How do you stop him?

I just remember him hitting a lot of tough shots. He had 19 but he really worked for them. We just have to guard him and make the game tough for him.

What will be the key to winning?

The key to winning will be following our game plan and being to stingy on defense period. Not just on one person.

Will you be watching the Winter Olympics? What events interest you?

No I don't really watch the Winter Olympics.
Thanks Michael for the chat!


A2: Round 17 review - by Eurobasket News
Iraklis - Perama 87-63
Iraklis had no problems against Perama celebrating nice 87-63 victory. Fotis Lambropoulos (206-F-83) led the rout with 16 points, while the trio of Ralph Bucci (193-G-75, college: St.Rose (NY)), Dimitris Despos and Giannis Lappas each added 12 points. For Perama, Nikos Leakopoulos and Stefan Maistorovic finished the game with 17 points apiece.

Near East - Ikaros Esperos 55-76
Ikaros Esperos went to Near East and celebrated excellent 55-76 win. Visiting team got 19 points from Alexis Falekas (190-G-76, agency: FCM), while Christos Petrodimopoulos (209-F/C-80, agency: FCM) followed with 14 points and 11 rebounds. On the other side, Near East was led by Nikos Michalos who poured in 21 points bet received little support from his teammates.

Ermis Lagk. - Amyntas 68-72
Amyntas also won away from home, as they managed to beat their hosts Ermis Lagkada 68-72. Dimitris Giannaletsos (203-F-85) shined for Amyntas with 16 points and he received support from Char Samothrakis (189-G-83) who added 11 points. For hosts, not even 26 points by Voule Mantic nor 17 point 10 rebound effort by Tasos Dimitriads was enough to avoid defeat in this game.

KAOD - Pagrati 78-65
KAO Dramas hosted Pagrati and won the game comfortably 78-65. Vassili Kitsoulis (204-F-83) led the winning side with 16 points, while Giannis Kiriakopoulos (185-G-83) and Yiannis Karavasanis followed with 14 and 12 points respectively. For visitors, not even 24 points by Tasos Harismidis could prevent the loss.

Arkadikos - Egaleo 79-78
Arkadikos played a thrilling game against Egaleo, managing to secure narrow 79-78 win. Giorgos Kopsaftis (192-G-84) led the winners with 22 points while Slobodan Tosic (195-G-80, agency: Beo Basket) added 13. On the other side, Kenrick Zondervan responded with 24 points and 10 rebounds, while Dimos Fotiou followed closely with 20 points.

OFI - Xanthi 123-125
Xanthi was able to overcome OFI 123-125 in a game where defense was not a priority. G. Agnanostopoulos poured in 34 points while, Dimitr Maslarinos (195-G-82) added 22 points and 10 rebounds for the winning side. Ivan Jelenic (190-G-85, agency: Beo Basket) and Ioanni Stefanids were also good with 17 and 16 points respectively. On the other side, OFI got 22 points from Panagiotis Barlas who scored 22 points as well as Nikos Delatolas who chipped in 20.

Dafni - AGOR 76-65
Dafni played against AGOR, and won with ease 76-65. Fotis Vassilopoulos (187-G-86, agency: High Post Agency) and Vasilis Giannoulakos (217-C-84) stepped up for the hosts with 14 and 13 points respectively. For visitors, Spyridon Magounis shined with 19 points in loss.

Ikaroi Serron - Olimpiada P. 71-78
Olimpiada Patron managed to steal one from Ikaroi Serron, winning the game 71-78. Predrag Kosanovic (203-F-76, agency: Beo Basket) was unstoppable for visitors, finishing the match with 30 points (9 rebs), while Kostas Kakaroudis (204-C-83) chipped in 12. For hosts, Kostas Totsios and Kostas Pehlivanis led the way with 15 and 13 points respectively.

Stats Leaders - A1
Points Per Game
  Avg: 17.3
 1. Abrams, Trikalla17.3 
 2. Arnold, Perister.16.6 
 3. Erceg, Panionios16.5 
 4. Harris, VAP K.16.4 
 5. Childress, Olympiakos16.4 
 6. Kleiza, Olympiakos15.9 
 7. Green, AEK15.8 
 8. Kaimakoglou, Marou.15.0 
 9. Gregory, PAOK14.6 
 10. Carter, Ilysiakos14.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Christophe MASSIE
  Olimpia L.
  Avg: 10.3
 1. Massie, Olimpia L.10.3 
 2. Carter, Ilysiakos8.2 
 3. Bryant, Panionios8.0 
 4. Francis, AEK7.4 
 5. Arnold, Perister.7.2 
 6. Papadopoulos, PAOK6.5 
 7. Dozier, VAP K.6.4 
 8. Homan, Marousi BC6.1 
 9. Erceg, Panionios6.1 
 10. Harissis, VAP K.6.1 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 5
 1. Dickel, Trikalla5.0 
 2. Teodosic, Olympiakos4.8 
 3. Diamantidis, Panath.4.4 
 4. Karidas, Ilysiakos4.4 
 5. Lukas, Marousi BC4.2 
 6. Green, AEK3.8 
 7. Vasiljevic, VAP K.3.6 
 8. Spanoulis, Panath.3.6 
 9. Collins, Kavala/P.3.6 
 10. Papaloukas, Olymp.3.5 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2
 1. Diamantidis, Panath.2.0 
 2. Dickel, Trikalla2.0 
 3. Nikolaidis, AEK1.9 
 4. Lukas, Marousi BC1.9 
 5. Katsares, Trikalla1.8 
 6. Petway, Ilysiakos1.7 
 7. Hammonds, Perister.1.7 
 8. Green, Olimpia L.1.6 
 9. Miles, Aris1.6 
 10. Karidas, Ilysiakos1.6 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Petway, Ilysiakos2.2 
 2. Vougioukas, Panellin.1.7 
 3. Harissis, VAP K.1.3 
 4. Homan, Marousi BC1.1 
 5. Mavroidis, Marou.1.0 
 6. Benton, Ilysiakos1.0 
 7. Fotsis, Panathinaikos0.9 
 8. Dozier, VAP K.0.8 
 9. Childress, Olympiakos0.7 
 10. Arnold, Perister.0.7 

Stats Leaders - A2
Points Per Game
  Avg: 19.8
 1. Liakopoulos, Per.19.8 
 2. Michalos, Near E.19.3 
 3. Kakiouzis, Pagrati18.6 
 4. Totsios, Ikaroi S.18.5 
 5. Gagaloudis, Olimpi.18.1 
 6. Anagnostopou., Xan.16.9 
 7. Kiriakopoulo., KAOD16.5 
 8. Tsoutsos, Dafni16.4 
 9. Koutroulias, Near E.14.9 
 10. Mantic, Ermis L.14.6 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 11.3
 1. Latovic, AGOR11.3 
 2. Amato, Perama11.0 
 3. Kakiouzis, Pagrati9.6 
 4. Dimitriadis, Ermis L.7.0 
 5. Koutroulias, Near E.7.0 
 6. Cartelo, KAOD6.9 
 7. Anagnostopou., Xan.6.8 
 8. Zondervan, Egaleo6.7 
 9. Giovanivic, Arkadikos6.1 
 10. Zupic, KAOD6.0 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 6.3
 1. Liakopoulos, Per.6.3 
 2. Gagaloudis, Olimpi.5.7 
 3. Zoupas, Amyntas5.1 
 4. Vassilopoulo., Dafni4.8 
 5. Kiriakopoulo., KAOD4.1 
 6. Kaklamanos, Pagra.3.9 
 7. Michalos, Near E.3.7 
 8. Maslarinos, Xanthi3.6 
 9. Koumoulos, AGOR3.5 
 10. Teodosic, Egaleo3.4 
Steals Per Game
  Olimpiada P.
  Avg: 1.7
 1. Gagaloudis, Olimpi.1.7 
 2. Dorkofikis, Amynt.1.5 
 3. Sourlis, Arkadikos1.5 
 4. Petrovic-S., Iraklis1.5 
 5. Karapostolou, Iraklis1.5 
 6. Lianos, Dafni1.4 
 7. Castle, Iraklis1.3 
 8. Harismidis, Pagrati1.3 
 9. Totsios, Ikaroi S.1.3 
 10. Michalos, Near E.1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Vassilis VAGENAS
  Avg: 1.1
 1. Vagenas, OFI1.1 
 2. Amato, Perama0.9 
 3. Koutroulias, Near E.0.8 
 4. Harismidis, Pagrati0.8 
 5. Souflias, OFI0.7 
 6. Anagnostopou., Xan.0.7 
 7. Tsopis, Egaleo0.6 
 8. Zupic, KAOD0.6 
 9. Despos, Iraklis0.6 
 10. Giovanivic, Arkadikos0.6 

Standings - A2
A2 Standings
 1. Iraklis 14-3 
 2. Ikaros Esperos 14-3 
 3. KAOD 11-6 
 4. Pagrati 11-6 
 5. Olimpiada P. 11-6 
 6. Arkadikos 11-6 
 7. Xanthi 8-9 
 8. AGOR 8-9 
 9. Dafni 8-9 
 10. Amyntas 8-9 
 11. Near East 7-10 
 12. Perama 6-11 
 13. Ikaroi Serron 6-11 
 14. Ermis Lagk. 5-12 
 15. OFI 5-12 
 16. Egaleo 3-14 

Standings - A1
A1 Standings
 1. Panathinaikos 14-1 
 2. Olympiakos 14-2 
 3. Marousi BC 13-2 
 4. Panellinios 10-6 
 5. Panionios 8-8 
 6. VAP Kolossos 8-8 
 7. Peristeri GS 7-8 
 8. Aris 7-8 
 9. PAOK 7-8 
 10. AEK 5-10 
 11. Trikalla 5-11 
 12. Kavala/Panor. 4-12 
 13. Olimpia L. 4-12 
 14. Ilysiakos 3-13 


Standings - Eredivisie
Eredivisie Standings
 1. GasTerra F. 19-3 
 2. Giants 19-5 
 3. Eiff.Towers 15-7 
 4. ZZ Leiden 15-9 
 5. M.Magix 13-10 
 6. DeFriesland 12-12 
 7. EclipseJet 8-14 
 8. Upstairs Weert 8-16 
 9. Landstede 4-19 
 10. Rotterdam 3-21 

Stats Leaders - Eredivisie
Points Per Game
 Elijah PALMER
  Upstairs Weert
  Avg: 19.3
 1. Palmer, Upstairs.19.3 
 2. Gibson, ZZ Leiden19.0 
 3. Boxley, ZZ Leiden18.0 
 4. Monroe, DeFriesl.16.5 
 5. Thomas, M.Magix16.4 
 6. Haryasz, GasTerra.16.1 
 7. Hendley, Landstede15.1 
 8. McGhee, ZZ Leiden15.0 
 9. Mason, EclipseJet14.2 
 10. LeMelle, ZZ Leiden14.0 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 10
 1. Hilliman, Rotterdam10.0 
 2. Haryasz, GasTerra.9.1 
 3. Ellis, GasTerra F.9.1 
 4. Palmer, Upstairs.9.0 
 5. Beasley, Eiff.Tow.8.3 
 6. McGhee, ZZ Leiden8.3 
 7. Monroe, DeFriesl.8.0 
 8. Boxley, ZZ Leiden7.8 
 9. Griffin, Giants7.8 
 10. Nelson, Upstairs.7.5 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 7.1
 1. Thomas, M.Magix7.1 
 2. Oliver, Eiff.Towers5.5 
 3. Porter, Upstairs.4.9 
 4. Defares, Giants4.6 
 5. Bauscher, GasTerra.4.5 
 6. Gibson, ZZ Leiden4.2 
 7. Bostain, GasTerra.4.2 
 8. Blackwood, DeFriesl.4.1 
 9. Moore, DeFriesland3.9 
 10. Slagter, Giants3.8 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3.2
 1. Thomas, M.Magix3.2 
 2. Bostain, GasTerra.2.9 
 3. Rodgers, EclipseJet2.6 
 4. Bauscher, GasTerra.2.6 
 5. de Randamie, Eclip.2.6 
 6. Dourisseau, GasTerra.2.5 
 7. Oliver, Eiff.Towers2.3 
 8. Kimbrough, Giants2.3 
 9. Mason, EclipseJet2.2 
 10. Flowers, M.Magix2.1 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Hughes, M.Magix2.1 
 2. Boxley, ZZ Leiden1.5 
 3. Slor, ZZ Leiden1.5 
 4. Hilliman, Rotterdam1.5 
 5. Townes, GasTerra.1.1 
 6. Haryasz, GasTerra.1.0 
 7. Porter, Upstairs.0.9 
 8. Kuijper, ZZ Leiden0.9 
 9. Faris, Giants0.8 
 10. Richardson, Eiff.Tow.0.8 


Market news - by Tamas Deri
Chad Timberlake (193-G-84, college: Fairleigh Dickinson) signed a 10days tryout-contract with ZTE KK and might stay with the team after that period until the end of the season. The american guard arrived already two weeks ago to Hungary and spent some days with ASE, but coach Dzunic decided to sign Lagrange. He left the team and moved to Debrecen, where the management of DEKE wanted to sign him but could not agree. The management of ZTE KK was looking for a replacement player for injured Calvin Watson and invited him for a tryout. Timberlake is playing his first game tonight in Szombathely.

Imre Horvath got the new head coach of ASE. He started this season with Szolnok but got cut after only 8 games in November 2009. He just was the first time on the bench of his new team today in Kormend.

Istvan Nemeth (190-G-79, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) signed with his hometeam MJUS-Fortress Kormend for the rest of the season and other two seasons with step-out options. The hungarian guard is a very experienced player, spent the last couple of seasons with clubs like Prokom Sopot, Vojvodina and AEK Athens. He spent the last season with AEK in Greece and averaged 10.8ppg, 2.0rpg, 1.3apg, FGP: 62.1%, 3PT: 44.9%, FT: 75.0% in 25 games before leaving the club because of financial reasons. In November 2009 he agreed with Carife Ferrara in Italy, but had to leave the club after only one week because of his back injury. He is still on rehab and hopes to be able to help his new team in the playoffs!

Hungarian Cup, 1/8 Finals - by Tamas Deri
Soproni KC - Marso-Vagep NYKK 91-85
(26-22, 24-34, 15-20, 26-9)
Sopron, Att: 700, Referees: Forrai S., Torok R., Nmeth S. (Villanyi dr.)
Sopron: Donta Richardson (188-G-81, college: Wyoming) 26/6, Charles Brooks (191-G-82, college: Niagara) 27/6, Andras Molnar (195-F/G-83) 17/3, Szabo Zs. 4, Matthew Knight (204-F/C-85, college: Loyola Marymount) 14, Keresztes 2, Pojbics -, Couisnard 1, Gombas -, Halmai -, Coach: Meszlenyi Robert
NYKK: Donte Gennie (185-G-83, college: Georgia Southern) 14, Siska 8/6, Jara Doyne (193-G/F-84, college: Mississippi) 19/6, Erno Sitku (208-C-72, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 13/9, DuJuan Wiley (206-C-75, college: Michigan St.) 10/6, Gabor Szarvas (188-G-81, agency: TOGA Hoops) 9/6, Kenneth Henderson 10, Lekli 2, Coach: Ferenczi Tamas

Dombovar KC - Salgotarjani KSE 117-99
(29-25, 28-29,23-26, 37-19)
Dombovar, Att.: 350, Referees: dr. Valovics I., Bognar T., Szilas Gy. (Kral)
Dombovar: Csirke 7/3, Balazs Szoke (200-F-76, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 19/9, Attila Deak (193-F-77) 27/15, Klir 7, Tory Walker (203-F-79, college: New Orleans) 31/6, Ivan Cubela (201-F-84) 17/3, Gubi 3, Balogh 6, Coach: Foldi Sandor
SKSE: Eddy Barlow (185-G-81, college: Sam Houston St.) 23/3, Sebok 3/3, Gal 4, Gorszkij 3/3, Andras Vavra (202-F-78) 23/6, Gytis Sirutaviacius (195-F-83) 17/9, Tamas Hartvich (199-F-74) 26/3, Bajramovic -, Kiss K. -, Coach: Deri Csaba

B-BETON Bonyhadi KSE - Kecskemeti KSE 67-80
(15-22, 14-20, 16-20, 22-18)
Bonyhad, Att.: 500, Referees: Kiss L., Marton L., Szabo G. (Faidt)
Bonyhad: Lukacs 13, Lorinc 7/6, Bartha 4, Mate Tomosvari (203-F-83) 20/12, Rutkai 5, Norbert Lepsenyi (204-C-86) 11, Morgen 5, Kovacs 2, Markus -, Voros
Kecskemet: Ronnie Ross (187-G-79, college: Utah St.) 17/9, Wittmann 14/9, Marciulionis 3/3, Toth N. 7, Milan Csorvasi (209-F/C-88) 18, Szabo P. 2 , Csabay 1, Denes 9/6, Johnson 9, Coach: Stojan Ivkovic

Kaposvari KK - Pecsi VSK-PANNONPOWER 83-78
(2820, 2627, 1019, 1912)
Kaposvar, Att.: 400, Adam J., Kiraly L., Farkas J. (Bacsfay)
Kaposvar: Ceskovic 6, David Vojvoda (191-G/F-90, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 18/6, Larry Welton (196-F-85, college: Aurora) 16/6, Roland Hendlein (205-F-86) 13, David G. 10, Laszlo Orosz (207-C-71, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 12/6, Kiss K. 1, Soos 7/3, Kovats -, Coach: Fekete Adam
Pecs: Ames 9, Peter Lakatos (194-G-79) 14/6, Bojovic 4, Eilingsfeld 2, Helbich 12, Nenad Canak (204-F-76, agency: Beo Basket) 15/3, Laszlo Czigler (215-C-71, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 11, Hosszu 5/3, Rujak 6/6, Kovacs, Coach: Ivica Mavrenski

Falco-SZOVA KC Szombathely - Szolnoki Olaj KK 101-67
(28-11, 27-19, 17-23, 29-14)
Arena Savaria, Att.: 2500, Referees: Cziffra Cs., Benczur T., Gorka Sz.
Falco: Laszlo Kalman (186-G-72, agency: Laszlo Vinko Services) 23/9, Winsome Frazier (193-G/F-82, agency: Interperformances, college: Mississippi St.) 21/6, Pankar 4, Arnas Kazlauskas (204-C/F-76, agency: Court Side) 16/6, Emmanuel Dies (204-F/C-77, agency: Interperformances, college: Kansas St.) 12, Szanati 3/3, Donald Wilson (193-G-84, agency: Court Side, college: Portland) 19/9, Borszeki 3, Horti -, Coach: Nikola Lazic
Szolnok: Kelley -, Fodor 2, Vesztergom -, Darius Rice (208-F-82, college: Miami, FL) 31/18, Barro 14, Aleksic 2, Grebenar 5, Varadi 5/3, Bader 8, Szabo, Coach: Por Peter

Standings - A Division
A Division Standings
 1. ZTE KK 18-0 
 2. Szolnok 14-4 
 3. Kormend 11-6 
 4. Atomeromu 11-7 
 5. Albacomp 10-7 
 6. Kecskemeti 10-7 
 7. Soproni 10-8 
 8. Dombovar 8-9 
 9. Kaposvari 8-9 
 10. Falco 8-10 
 11. Marso-Vagep 7-10 
 12. PVSK Pannon 6-12 
 13. Debreceni 1-17 
 14. Salgotarjani 1-17 

A Division Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Jonathan JONES
  Dongbu Promy
  Avg: 24.6
 1. Jones, Dombovar24.6 
 2. Doyne, Marso-Vagep22.9 
 3. Horvath, Falco21.3 
 4. Huckaby, Salgotar.21.3 
 5. Farmer, Debreceni21.0 
 6. Brooks, Soproni20.6 
 7. Rice, Szolnok20.2 
 8. Watson, ZTE K.19.9 
 9. Walker, Dombovar18.4 
 10. Sitku, Marso-Vagep18.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Jonathan JONES
  Dongbu Promy
  Avg: 11.1
 1. Jones, Dombovar11.1 
 2. Barro, Szolnok11.0 
 3. Horvath, Falco10.4 
 4. Davis, Salgotarjani9.5 
 5. Scott, Kormend8.4 
 6. Knight, Soproni7.7 
 7. Wilson, ZTE K.7.7 
 8. David Vay, PVSK P.7.3 
 9. Vavra, Salgotarjani6.9 
 10. Banks, Albacomp6.8 
Assists Per Game
 Laszlo KALMAN
  Avg: 7.4
 1. Kalman, Falco7.4 
 2. Simon, Albacomp6.3 
 3. Kelley, Szolnok6.2 
 4. Savic, Debreceni6.0 
 5. Hinnant, ZTE K.5.9 
 6. Thomas, Kormend5.1 
 7. English, Atomeromu4.9 
 8. Dejon, Kaposvari4.7 
 9. LaGrange, Dombovar4.7 
 10. Fodor, Szolnok4.5 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Sirutaviaciu., Salgot.3.6 
 2. Dejon, Kaposvari2.9 
 3. Savic, Debreceni2.8 
 4. Toya, Albacomp2.7 
 5. English, Atomeromu2.6 
 6. Watson, ZTE K.2.6 
 7. Lee, Albacomp2.6 
 8. Wittmann, Kecsk.2.5 
 9. Kelley, Szolnok2.4 
 10. Simon, Albacomp2.4 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Wiley, Marso-Vagep1.9 
 2. Clark, Atomeromu1.6 
 3. Hendlein, Kaposvari1.6 
 4. Barro, Szolnok1.4 
 5. Sitku, Marso-Vagep1.1 
 6. Nuhanovic, Debre.1.1 
 7. Walker, Dombovar1.1 
 8. David Vay, PVSK P.1.1 
 9. Horvath, Falco1.0 
 10. Davis, Salgotarjani0.9 


Div 1. - by Siggi Hjorleifsson
KFI is now close to Iceland Express League next season. After their win against Skallagrimur 76-77 they need one more win in three games to win the league and move up directlyIgor Tratnik had another good game for KFI with 33 points 14 rebs & 6 assist. For Skallagrim Konrad Tota 28 pts.
Haukar with new American player on board won big against IA 131-79. Semaj Inge (193-G-87, college: Temple) 46 points & 11 boards for Haukar,+. Dagur Thorisson 16 for IA.
UMFH 84 Thor Thorl 106. Thor keeps on winning and could have a good shot of make it to top league. Richard Field 33 & 12 boards for Thor Magnus Pallson added 19 on the scoresheet for Thor. Atli Gunnarsson top scorer for UMFH 30 pts.
In Iceland Express league Stjarnan won IR 80-71. Justin Shouse 31 . Mike Jefferson 19 for IR.
Hamar 81 Grindavik 104. Darrell Flake 27 for Grindavik.


Standings - SerieA
SerieA Standings
 1. Montepaschi 17-0 
 2. Armani MI 12-5 
 3. Pepsi Caserta 11-6 
 4. CS Bologna 10-7 
 5. Air AV 10-7 
 6. Sigma Coat. 10-7 
 7. NGC Cantu 10-7 
 8. Lottomatica 9-8 
 9. Cimberio VA 8-9 
 10. Benetton TV 8-9 
 11. Angelico BI 8-9 
 12. Banca Tercas 8-9 
 13. Scavolini PS 6-11 
 14. Carife FE 5-13 
 15. Vanoli CR 5-13 
 16. Martos Napoli 0-17 

Stats Leaders - SerieA
Points Per Game
 Gary NEAL
  Benetton TV
  Avg: 19.6
 1. Neal, Benetton TV19.6 
 2. Grundy, Carife FE19.4 
 3. Aradori, Angelico.17.2 
 4. Brown, Air AV16.5 
 5. Ere, Pepsi Caserta15.9 
 6. Lavrinovic, Montepas.15.8 
 7. Rowland, Vanoli CR15.7 
 8. Jaaber, Lottomat.15.2 
 9. Jackson, Carife FE14.9 
 10. Smith, Angelico BI14.1 
Rebounds Per Game
  Sigma Coat.
  Avg: 10.4
 1. Brunner, Sigma C.10.4 
 2. Wallace, Benetton.8.8 
 3. Jones, Pepsi C.8.5 
 4. Troutman, Air AV8.3 
 5. Williams, Scavolin.8.2 
 6. Ivanov, Sigma C.7.6 
 7. Pasco, Angelico BI7.4 
 8. Hall, Armani MI6.7 
 9. Szewczyk, Air AV6.3 
 10. Brown, Vanoli CR6.1 
Assists Per Game
  Air AV
  Avg: 5.4
 1. Brown, Air AV5.4 
 2. Green, Scavolini PS5.0 
 3. Poeta, Banca Tercas4.4 
 4. McIntyre, Montepas.4.3 
 5. Smith, Angelico BI4.2 
 6. Childress, Cimberio.4.1 
 7. Finley, Armani MI4.1 
 8. Rowland, Vanoli CR3.9 
 9. Kus, Benetton TV3.4 
 10. Collins, CS Bologna3.3 
Steals Per Game
 Marques GREEN
  Scavolini PS
  Avg: 3.4
 1. Green, Scavolini PS3.4 
 2. Jaaber, Lottomat.3.1 
 3. Rowland, Vanoli CR3.1 
 4. Troutman, Air AV2.9 
 5. Hawkins, Montepas.2.7 
 6. Jeffers, NGC Cantu2.7 
 7. Minard, Lottomat.2.4 
 8. Di Bella, Pepsi C.2.3 
 9. Cusin, Vanoli CR2.3 
 10. Grundy, Carife FE2.2 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.4
 1. Crosariol, Lottomat.1.4 
 2. Szewczyk, Air AV1.1 
 3. Gigli, Lottomatica1.0 
 4. Eze, Montepaschi1.0 
 5. Lavrinovic, Montepas.1.0 
 6. Traylor, Martos N.0.9 
 7. Pasco, Angelico BI0.9 
 8. Nicevic, Benetton.0.9 
 9. Sanikidze, CS Bo.0.8 
 10. Maggioli, CS Bo.0.8 


JBL Round: 29 (Regular Season) - by Eurobasket News
Toshiba - Hitachi S. 62-58
Toshiba rolled over Hitachi 62:58 only in overtime 62:58. Tyler Newton (208-F/C-82, college: Pacific) and Ishizaki Takumi combined with 30 poins for the winners, whilst Uda Yatsutoshi added 11. Takeuchi Joji responed with 17 points and 17 rebounds in the losing case.

Toyota - Tochigi Brex 102-87
A massive 59:34 in the first half allowed Toyota to beat Tochigi Brex 102:87. Kei Igarashi (180-G-80) led the wawith 25 points and Kumagai Takayuki posted 22. Tabuse Yuta netted 20 points and Merritt Scott delivered 19 in defeat.

Hokkaido - Panasonic 85-96
Hokkaido lost to Panasonic 85:96 as the latter got 19 points from each Hiroyuki Kinoshita (178-G-80) and Custis Ace. Honeycutt Jerald followed them with 18 points.Yamada Daiji ended up with 21 points, 8 rebouds and 6 assists and Orimo Takehiko posted 19.

Mitsubishi - Aishin 73-84
Aishin needed 28-15 in the third period to seal 84:73 victory over Mitsubishi. Kosuke Takeuchi (205-C/F-85) stepped up with 25 points and 12 rebounds, while Sakuragi scored 20. Hale Ron finished the night with 21 points and 7 rebounds in th losing effort.

Standings - BJ League
BJ Standings
 1. Hamamatsu P. 22-6 
 2. Sendai 89ers 17-11 
 3. Niigata Albirex 14-14 
 4. Toyama Grouses 12-14 
 5. Saitama Bron. 11-15 
 6. Tokyo Apache 9-18 
 1. Okinawa GK 20-10 
 2. Fukuoka Rizing 19-11 
 3. Shiga Lakestars 15-17 
 4. Osaka Evessa 14-14 
 5. Oita H.Devils 13-17 
 6. Kyoto Hannaryz 11-17 
 7. Takamatsu FA 8-21 

Stats Leaders - JBL Superleague
Points Per Game
  Tochigi Brex
  Avg: 19.6
 1. Kawamura, Tochigi .19.6 
 2. Hale, Mitsubishi17.2 
 3. Kinoshita, Panasonic16.8 
 4. O''Bannon, Toyota16.3 
 5. Sakuragi, Aishin16.2 
 6. Takeuchi, Aishin16.2 
 7. Brown, Toyota16.0 
 8. Takeuchi, Hitachi S.15.3 
 9. Okosa, Tochigi Brex14.6 
 10. Honeycutt, Panas.14.5 
Rebounds Per Game
  Hitachi S.
  Avg: 10.6
 1. Takeuchi, Hitachi S.10.6 
 2. Takeuchi, Aishin10.6 
 3. Violette, Toshiba9.4 
 4. Maraker, Hokkaido9.3 
 5. Dawson, Mitsubishi9.0 
 6. Hale, Mitsubishi8.6 
 7. Aono, Panasonic8.2 
 8. Merritt, Tochigi Brex7.9 
 9. Okosa, Tochigi Brex7.9 
 10. Sakuragi, Aishin7.8 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 4.2
 1. Kashiwagi, Aishin4.2 
 2. Kinoshita, Panasonic3.8 
 3. Sakurai, Hokkaido3.6 
 4. Sakuragi, Aishin3.5 
 5. Sato, Hitachi S.3.3 
 6. Takeuchi, Hitachi S.3.1 
 7. Tabuse, Tochigi .3.0 
 8. Igarashi, Toyota2.9 
 9. Nakagawa, Mitsubishi2.8 
 10. Yamada, Hokkaido2.7 
Steals Per Game
 Toshihiro SATO
  Hitachi S.
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Sato, Hitachi S.3.1 
 2. Kashiwagi, Aishin2.0 
 3. Dawson, Mitsubishi1.7 
 4. Kinoshita, Panasonic1.6 
 5. Tabuse, Tochigi .1.5 
 6. Selvy, Aishin1.3 
 7. Honeycutt, Panas.1.3 
 8. Igarashi, Toyota1.3 
 9. Kawamura, Tochigi .1.2 
 10. Kikuchi, Toshiba1.2 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Takeuchi, Aishin1.9 
 2. Takeuchi, Hitachi S.1.5 
 3. Dawson, Mitsubishi1.1 
 4. Maraker, Hokkaido1.1 
 5. Gross, Aishin1.0 
 6. Merritt, Tochigi Brex0.8 
 7. Arao, Toyota0.8 
 8. Honeycutt, Panas.0.8 
 9. Aono, Panasonic0.7 
 10. Custis, Panasonic0.6 

Standings - JBL
JBL Standings
 1. Aishin 24-5 
 2. Tochigi Brex 17-12 
 3. Toyota 17-12 
 4. Panasonic 16-13 
 5. Toshiba 15-14 
 6. Hitachi S. 15-14 
 7. Hokkaido 9-20 
 8. Mitsubishi 3-26 


Zain - Winners of Orthodox Club Tournament - by Mohammed Malas
( Zain was crowned officially earlier today with the title of Orthodox Club Seniors Tournament which ended today in Emile Haddad court in the capital city of Jordan, Amman...Al Riyadi club took 2nd and Orthodox gained the 3rd position.

Al Riyadi 86 : 69 Orthodox Ramallah
Sani Sakakini crowned his big level of abilities in this tournament in dishing 23 points and 14 rebounds for Al Riyadi who depended also on Issa Kamel, Malek Khashan, Faisal Khair and Alaa Bilbeisi while Jimmy Williams came up with 27 points and 8 rebounds for the losers.

Zain 102 : 59 ASU Sports Club
Big score for Zain who shared time and effort between all players but the most common was the good performance from both Moussa Al Awadi (18 points) and Khaldoun Abu Rukayeah (17 points) while Ahmad Hamarsheh was the best from ASU's side with 23 points and 12 rebounds.

Orthodox 88 : 82 Sarriyet Ramallah
Ibrahim Bassam chipped 20 points and Mahmoud Abdeen (186-G-87) gave 7 assists in the last two quarters to lead their team Orthodox to snatch the tough win in the last game of the competition over a team who must be respected for their good level in this tournament despite their hard situation in Palestine, Aaron Wyatt did one of his best games ever with 38 points.

Tournament Awards:
Mahmoud Abdeen (Orthodox)
Best Scorer:
Jimmy Williams (Orthodox Ramallah)
Best 3-point shooter:
Enver Soobzokov (Zain)
Best Rebounder:
Sani Sakakini (Al Riyadi)
Fair Play team:
Sarriyet Ramallah


Standings - NKL
NKL Standings
 1. Delikatesas 20-6 
 2. Nafta Univ. 20-6 
 3. Mazeikiai 19-7 
 4. Naglis-Adakris 18-8 
 5. Pieno Zv. 18-9 
 6. Erelita 17-9 
 7. Meresta Pak. 15-11 
 8. Triobet Malsta 15-11 
 9. Akademija 11-15 
 10. VKM-Perlas 11-15 
 11. ABRO-Univ. 10-16 
 12. Radviliskis 8-17 
 13. Zalgiris-Sab. 7-19 
 14. LKKA-Atletas 7-19 
 15. Silute 7-19 
 16. Bremena K. 5-21 

Delikatesas climb on top of NKL standings - by Eurobasket News
Delikatesas leapfrogged Nafta-Uni-Laivite for the top position in the NKL ladder. Ragasis Svajunas team overcame their key opponents in Round 27. Sarunas Kulevicius (194-G-89) scored 27 points to lead the hosts to a 108:82 success. The teams kept it very close in the opening frame. Rasamavicius capped it with two freebies to give Delikatesas a 22:19 lead. Saulius Raziulis (183-G-76, agency: Court Side) and Robertas Stankevicius (196-F-77, agency: Court Side) stretched the margin at 10-point mark early in the second frame. After Delikatesas completed a 14:0 run they enjoyed a 19-point advantage. Kasparavicius and Klimas breathed in some life into Nafta-Uni-Laivite as they cut the distance at 16 points at halftime. The visitors outscored Delikatesas in the third frame. Julius Kazakauskas (197-F-90) and Stasys brought Nafta-Uni-Laivite within 6 points late in the third stanza. However Robertas Stankevicius exploded with 11 points in the final period and sealed the winning outcome for Delikatesas. Robertas Stankevicius finished with 24 points, 6 boards and 6 assists for the home team. Saulius Raziulis had 22 points for Delikatesas. Julius Kazakauskas responded with 18 points and 8 rebounds for Nafta-Uni-Laivite. Edvinas Lengvinas (190-G-89) finished with 17 points in the loss.


Stats Leaders - LNBP
Points Per Game
  Avg: 25.4
 1. Millsap, Bucaneros25.4 
 2. Moore, Abejas24.3 
 3. Monroe, Potros23.9 
 4. Habel, Cosmos22.0 
 5. Mills, Indios22.0 
 6. Thomas, Potros21.9 
 7. Hickerson, Pioneros21.9 
 8. Hornsby, Huracanes21.9 
 9. Jackson, Pilares21.7 
 10. Capers, Barreteros21.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Mattis MCHUGH
  Avg: 11.8
 1. McHugh, Abejas11.8 
 2. Long, Indios11.1 
 3. Jackson, Angeles10.6 
 4. Allen, Pioneros10.3 
 5. Aubry, Halc.Rojos10.0 
 6. Berghoefer, Potros9.8 
 7. Garcia, Pioneros9.5 
 8. Mills, Indios9.2 
 9. Moss, Lechugueros9.0 
 10. Fuller, Fuerza Regia8.4 
Assists Per Game
 William FUNN
  Avg: 6.4
 1. Funn, Bucaneros6.4 
 2. Osimani, Halc.Cordoba5.9 
 3. Brown, Fuerza R.5.6 
 4. Malpica, Cosmos5.2 
 5. Stokes, Barreteros4.5 
 6. lee, Indios4.5 
 7. Hollyfield, Barre.4.2 
 8. Roque, Toros4.0 
 9. Rivera, Halc.Rojos4.0 
 10. Villegas, Lechugueros3.8 
Steals Per Game
 Luis Manuel GONZALEZ
  Avg: 3
 1. Gonzalez, Libertad.3.0 
 2. Moore, Abejas2.5 
 3. Lewis, Soles2.3 
 4. Malpica, Cosmos2.2 
 5. Funn, Bucaneros2.2 
 6. Hollyfield, Barre.2.2 
 7. Monroe, Potros2.1 
 8. Garcia Moral., Halc.X.2.0 
 9. Hornsby, Huracanes2.0 
 10. Gooner, Halc.Rojos1.9 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.2
 1. Johnson, Angeles1.2 
 2. Millsap, Bucaneros1.1 
 3. Jackson, Pilares0.9 
 4. Arceneaux, Lechugue.0.9 
 5. Hill, Halc.Rojos0.8 
 6. McCullough, Libert.0.8 
 7. McHugh, Abejas0.8 
 8. Carmona, Fuerza R.0.8 
 9. lee, Indios0.8 
 10. Cox, Angeles0.8 


MNT1A 14 Round : new win for Lovcen, Ulcinj and Mornar - by Dragan Scepanovic
BC Mornar Bar - BC Teodo Tivat 90:70
Bar - SC Topolica. Spect 300. Reff Jokic (Podgorica), Koljensic (Podgorica), Kaludjerovic ( Niksic).By-Q : 22:18, 18:24, 16:24, 34:4).
Mornar: Pesic 6, Djurisic 13, Samojlovic 2, Mihailovic 18, Djeljosevic 2, Radovic 7, Damjanovic Ljujic 7, Sekulovic 6, Vasilije Seferovic (193-G/F-85) 13, Vujosevic 9, Gagic 7.
Teodo: Vukotic 7, Dabanovic 5, Dzudovic, Vujacic 2, Osmajic 10, Stefan Djordjevic (206-C-89) 28, Jeknic , Vucic 5, Subotic 11, Bozovic, Samanovic, Radonjic 2.

BC Danilovgrad - BC Mogren Budva 63:75 (24:24, 13:14, 11:21, 15:16)
BC Ulcinj - BC Primorje Herceg Novi 79:65 (18:18, 23:16, 17:19, 21:12)
BC Lovcen Cetinje - BC Jedinstvo B.Polje 75:70 (18:16, 21:19, 25:14, 11:21)

February 14, 2010
BC Gorstak Kolasin - BC ABS Primorje Herceg Novi

Standings - 1A
1A Standings
 1. Lovcen 11-3 
 2. Ulcijn 10-4 
 3. Mornar Bar 9-5 
 4. Danilovgrad 8-6 
 5. Jedinstvo 7-7 
 6. Gorstak 6-7 
 7. Mogren 6-8 
 8. Teodo Tivat 5-9 
 9. ABS Primorje 4-9 
 10. Primorje-M. 3-12 
Will join on later stage:
 1. Buducnost


NBA D-League All Star Game in Dallas - by Darryl Reshaw
The West team defeated the East team 98-81 in a contest that was lopsided after the first ten minutes of the game.
The West had too much firepower and the East struggled with their shooting and team chemistry.
Brian Butch (6'11''-F/C-84, agency: Edge Sports, college: Wisconsin) from the Bakersfield Jam scored 18 points and 13 rebounds to earn the MVP of the game.
Five other players on the West Team scored double figures including Mustafa Shakur (6'3''-G-84, agency: Buck Andre, college: Arizona), Michael Harris (6'6''-F-83, college: Rice), Dwayne Jones (6'11''-C-83, college: St.Joseph's), Alonzo Gee (6'6''-G-87, agency: Buck Andre, college: Alabama) and Diamon Simpson (6'7''-F-87, college: St.Mary's, CA).
Reggie Williams (6'5''-G/F-86, agency: Interperformances, college: VMI) displayed some hot shooting and scored 17 points for the East Team and Earl Barron scored in 20 points for the losing East team..

The NBDL All Star Game at the All Star weekend has become a great event.
This game features the best upcoming potential NBA talent.
This is one game where all the players will be showcasing their A game in front of a large crowd and NBA scouts.
The D League players are trying to get to the next level and this event offers them an unique opportunity to impress.
For the serious basketball fan attending the NBA All Star Weekend this is a chance to witness talented players competing hard.
Nick Nurse and Chris Finch the two featured coaches in this ga event also have a lot in common.
They are the the head and assistant coach for the Great Britian National Team. Both of the had outstanding careers in the England and Europe.
Their respective teams in the NBDL are currently in first place and as a result the were name to coach the NBDL All Star game. The coaches in the NBDL are showcasing the skills for NBA jobs as well.
The game started with the East rolling out to a quick 12 point lead but the West close with a bigger run to take 48-41 halftime advantage.
In the second hald the East shoot well and played better team basketball to extend their margin of victory.

NBA All Star Weekend Saturday - by Darryl Reshaw
Nate Robinson (5'9''-G-84, college: Washington) became the first three time winner of the NBA Slam Dunk Champion at the All Star weekend in Dallas.
He defeated Demar DeRozan (6'7''-F-89, college: USC) in the final with a spectacular final dunk.
He threw the basketball off the backboard and jumped outside the dotted line and dunked the ball backwards.
The overall competition was one of the weakest dunk contest in NBA All Star Weekend history.
There were too many missed dunks and not too many spectacular dunks .
Paul Pierce (6'7''-F-77, college: Kansas), Chauncey Billups (6'3''-G-76, college: Colorado) and Stephen Curry (6'3''-G-88, college: Davidson) all advance to the final shootoff in the three point contest.
However Paul Pierce surprised everyone by becoming the first Boston Celtic to win the NBA 3pt shooting contest since Larry Bird .
The Saturday night festivities began with the Haier Shooting Stars competition. This event always features a city team with a current NBA, WNBA and a former NBA player.
The final round feature Los Angeles and the team from Texas.
The Texas team won the competition in blistering form by finishing all six stations in 34 seconds.
Dirk Nowitzki (6'11''-F-78), Becky Hammonds and Kenny Smith represented Texas in a quality fashion.
The second event was the Skills Challenge which is a competition featuring point guards. Steve Nash won the event for the second time outdueling Deron Williams in the final.

Nuggets sign George Karl to contract extension - by Eurobasket News
The Nuggets and head coach George Karl have agreed to a contract extension through the 2010-11 NBA season, the team announced today.

As per team policy, financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Well post info on it tonight.

Since taking over as Nuggets coach on Jan. 27, 2005, Karl has guided Denver to the playoffs in each of the past five years, including a trip to the 2009 Western Conference finals.

At 35-18, the Nuggets currently are second in the West, earning Karl the honor of coaching the Western Conference team at the NBA All-Star Game Sunday in Arlington, Texas.

We are pleased with the progress the Nuggets have made over the last five years. George has played a pivotal role in our success. His extension is well-deserved, Nuggets owner Stan Kroenke said. George and our entire organization remain focused on one goal: Bringing an NBA championship to Denver.

Now in his 22nd season as an NBA head coach, Karl has taken his teams to the playoffs 18 times, and he has not had a losing season since 1987-88. His 260 victories with the Nuggets rank second in franchise history (Doug Moe, 432), while his .618 winning percentage is unmatched.

Ive always said Denver is the only place I want to coach, Karl said. Mr. Kroenkes leadership and his commitment to my staff, players and Nuggets fans are second to none. I have a great deal of respect for Stan, personally and professionally. I look forward to working with him as we pursue our common goal of winning an NBA title.

Overall, Karl has as a career regular-season record of 968-660 with Cleveland, Golden State, Seattle, Milwaukee and Denver. His victories rank seventh in NBA history.

Courtesy of


Bring the old Rick Pitino back! - by Carl Berman
The book was titled Born To Coach, but as you watch Rick Pitino , the subject of that book, prowl the sidelines for Louisville, you have to wonder how much hes enjoying it this year. In all fairness to the future Hall of Famer, the Cardinals sent Terrance Williams and Earl Clark into the first round of the NBA draft last year but Pitino also did some self-damage this summer, getting exposed (sorry) in an extramarital affair several years ago that is now being dragged through the courts. But last night against St. John's at Madison Square Garden, he wasn't the same fiery, explosive sideline maestro who's taken three teams to the Final Four and won it all for Kentucky. Maybe hes resigned to the fact that this team is not going to a regional final as last years team did, and maybe its a bump in the road before another top recruiting class helps fill the Cards glittering new arena. But for those of us who've watched him over the last two decades work miracle runs at Providence, steal victories and make skilled opponents look foolish with that vaunted press, something was missing last night. It couldve been the atmosphere. Pitino's teams are used to playing in raucous, sold out venues, home and away, and last nights crowd of under 6,000 probably made it seem like they were playing outdoors.

New Yorkers have always had a soft spot for Pitino, after all, hes one of us. He grew up not far from the Garden, he played his high school ball on Long Island and wherever hes coached, hes come back to pluck the areas best prep players for his school. And, oh yes, he was the head coach of the New York Knicks for two seasons and think about this, Knicks fans, in his second year, the Knicks won 52 games.

So, come on, Coach, speaking for the many New Yorkers who've watched you over the years whether you were with us (Knicks) or against us (everywhere else), we want the old Rick Pitino back on Louisville's bench, screaming for white (full court pressure), stomping his feet, yelling at the officials and causing mayhem for opponents with the press and three point barrage. Last night, there was only one sequence of three point field goal-opponent turnover-three point field goal, but it came with two minutes left and the game was out of reach. We appreciate the all out, frenetic pace you preach, if you've ever played the game, that's how you WANT to play. So get some players and bring that back to the Garden. When were not rooting for St. John's, we're rooting for you.

NetScouts Basketball LLC is a progressive media company and the largest collegiate scouting service in the United States. Information on NetScouts Basketball can be obtained via their website at or by writing Check out their website for their weekly conference recaps. This post was written by NetScouts Basketball's New York Regional Correspondent/Head Scout, Mr. New York Basketball, Associate Athletic Director at Columbia University, Barry Neuberger. Thanks Barry!


FIBA Africa Meeting of Commission of women basket and youth - by Enoma Ugheghe
The Commission of women basket and youth of FIBA Africa will hold on 15 March 2010 its second Session of 2006 2010 Term- office at the Secretariat General of FIBA Africa in Abidjan, Cte dIvoire.

Initially planned on 15 January 2010, the meeting has been postponed due to booked calendar. The meeting presided by the Secretary General, Dr Alphonse Bile and conducted by Mr. Fode Amara Cond (President of Commission of women basket and youth) in presence of all the members. The 2006 2010 term office activities and the proposals for the 2010 Congress will be discussed during the meeting.

The list of the members : Fod Amara Cond (President), Rokaya Pouye (zone 2), Alfred Pratt (zone 3),, Mampouya Aim (zone 4),, Tashobya Ambrose (zone 5), John Domingues (zone 6), Clestine Adjanohoun (co-opted member) , Selma Ben Romdhane (co-opted member), Amadou Sylla (co-opted member), Antonio Manuel Sofrimento (co-opted member), Frdric Ngoumba (co-opted member).

FIBA Africa Meeting of Coaches Committee - by Enoma Ugheghe
The Coaches Committee of FIBA Africa will hold the 4th and 5th March 2010 its second Session of 2006 2010 Term- office at the Secretariat General of FIBA Africa in Abidjan, Cte dIvoire.

This meeting will be presided by the Secretary General, Dr Alphonse Bile and conducted by Mr. Claude Constantino (President of Coaches Committee) in presence of all the members. The 2006 2010 term office activities and the proposals for the 2010 Congress will be discussed during the meeting..

The list of the members : Mr. Claude Constantino (Prrsident), Osama N. Saddigh (Zone 1), Fidle Forbis (Zone 2), Emmanuel Amichia (Zone 3), Ngoie Wa NGoie Tho (Zone 4), Yunus Yusuf Nkutu (Ouganda), Victorino Cunha (Zone 6).


Standings - BLNO
BLNO Standings
 1. Asker 19-1 
 2. Gimle 15-5 
 3. Harstad 13-8 
 4. Tromso 12-8 
 5. Baerum 9-11 
 6. Ammerud 8-12 
 7. Froya 4-17 
 8. Ulriken 1-19 

BLNO Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 24
 1. Lawrence, Tromso24.0 
 2. Eskeland, Ulriken24.0 
 3. Williams, Tromso21.6 
 4. Karlsen, Asker19.8 
 5. Djerman, Gimle19.3 
 6. Oatis, Baerum18.6 
 7. Skaara, Baerum18.5 
 8. Mahnin, Asker18.4 
 9. Bullock, Gimle18.1 
 10. Kombat, Froya17.7 
Rebounds Per Game
 Donald OATIS
  Avg: 11.4
 1. Oatis, Baerum11.4 
 2. Woodson, Harstad11.0 
 3. Nwachukwu, Ammerud9.8 
 4. Bullock, Gimle9.4 
 5. Djerman, Gimle8.8 
 6. Kombat, Froya8.1 
 7. Karlsen, Asker8.1 
 8. Williams, Tromso7.8 
 9. Christensen, Tro.7.4 
 10. Ouakkaha, Ulriken7.1 
Assists Per Game
 Christer ELGMORK
  Avg: 6.1
 1. Elgmork, Baerum6.1 
 2. Mahnin, Asker5.1 
 3. Mihaylov, Tromso4.4 
 4. Diomande, Harstad4.1 
 5. Ble, Harstad4.0 
 6. Hinsch, Ammerud3.9 
 7. Jawara, Froya3.8 
 8. Woodson, Harstad3.7 
 9. Issalhi, Tromso3.4 
 10. Ouakkaha, Ulriken3.1 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Bullock, Gimle2.5 
 2. Jawara, Froya2.2 
 3. Myhrer, Harstad2.2 
 4. Ellingsen, Gimle1.8 
 5. Nwachukwu, Ammerud1.8 
 6. Eskeland, Ulriken1.8 
 7. Ouakkaha, Ulriken1.7 
 8. Issalhi, Tromso1.7 
 9. Lancaster, Gimle1.7 
 10. Mihaylov, Tromso1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Donald OATIS
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Oatis, Baerum2.7 
 2. Williams, Tromso1.4 
 3. Kombat, Froya1.3 
 4. Woodson, Harstad1.2 
 5. Karlsen, Asker0.9 
 6. Bullock, Gimle0.8 
 7. Frierson, Harstad0.8 
 8. Bolinz, Asker0.7 
 9. Christensen, Tro.0.7 
 10. Ouakkaha, Ulriken0.6 


PBA Semifinals: Round 2 review - by Eurobasket News
Purefoods - San Miguel 103-84
Purefoods Tender Juicy came out strong in Game 2, whipping San Miguel Beer, 103-84, to prune down their semifinal series to a best-of-5 affair in the KFC-PBA Philippine Cup Friday night at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City. Rafi Reavis (203-C-77, college: Coppin St.) and Nino Canaleta stepped up a big offensive for the Giants to fill the void left by Kerby Raymundo (199-C-81) who was ejected late in the second period. The win ties their best-of-7 semifinal series to 1-all. Reavis finished with a game-high 20 points, his best scoring output since 2004 Fiesta Cup while playing for Coca-Cola. He also grabbed 12 rebounds and swatted 4 attempts. Canaleta added 17 points off the bench while James Yap also had 17 markers to help Purefoods recover from an 83-99 defeat in Game 1. 'We wanted to come out with the same energy in Game 1 but the problem was we did not have fresh legs,' said Giants head coach Ryan Gregorio who also got 15 points from Roger Yap. 'Tonight, we showed tremendous effort, tremendous energy and defended the way we defended the other teams in the elimination round,' he added. Purefoods was in full command of the game even though the Beermen made attempts to get back in the match but Canaleta provided the needed baskets to thwart the uprising of San Miguel in the second half. Canaleta's triple gave the Giants a commanding 73-52 lead but SMB closed out the third period with 7 straight points to slice the lead to 59-73 entering the fourth period. But Purefoods responded with an 8-1 surge to push the lead back to 81-60 with 8:32 remaining. The Beermen made another run, this time a 10-0 blast to move even closer at 70-81, 7:05 left in the game. Canaleta and Yap, former UE teammates in the UAAP, joined forces in the decisive 12-1 run capped by the latter's three-pointer to put the game out of reach, 93-71 with 3:25 remaining. 'No excuses. We came out flat. We did not have the energy and we were complacent,' said Beermen mentor Siot Tanquingcen, who absorbed their worst loss in the semis since the 100-129 defeat at the hands of Talk N Text in Game 1 of the same tournament last season. 'Good part of it, both teams are back to zero. For sure, the intensity gonna pick up in Game 3,' he added. Danny Seigle (198-F/G-76, college: Wagner) paced San Miguel with 16 points while Arwind Santos and Dondon Hontiveros each had 13 markers for the Beermen. Raymundo was thrown out of the game at 4:11 mark of the second period for two technical fouls, the last for making a contact with a game official. - Courtesy of

Alaska - Ginebra 90-82
Alaska weathered Barangay Ginebra's fourth-quarter surge and hacked out a 90-82 win in Game 2 to erect a 2-0 lead in their own best-of-7 semifinal series. Willie Miller (180-G-77) bounced back from a 4-point performance in the series opener with 18 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists as the Aces move to two wins away of returning to the All-Filipino finals. Sonny Thoss added 17 points while Tony dela Cruz had a huge game for coach Tim Cone with 14 points and 16 rebounds. 'Guys are unselfish and that's really key for us right now,' said Cone, who also drew 13 markers from Joe Devance. 'But the bottom line is, Ginebra has been here before. We've been here before. We had a 2-0 lead against Talk N Text in the last finals and we lost it. Ginebra was down 0-2 against TNT in the last series and they won it,' he added. After being down by as much as 13 at the start of the fourth, the Kings threatened at 86-82 when Thoss hit a difficult lay up that was enough to shut down the rally. Enrico Villanueva (197-C-80) led the Kings with 17 points, 11 rebounds and 4 steals while Sunday Salvacion chipped in 14. JC Intal had another disappointing performance as he was limited to just 2 points and was 0-of-7 from the field. - Courtesy of

PBA Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Talk N Text
  Avg: 19.4
 1. Cardona, Talk N.19.4 
 2. Santos, San Miguel18.4 
 3. Williams, Santa Lucia17.9 
 4. Yap, Purefoods16.6 
 5. Mercado, Rain o.16.4 
 6. Miller, Alaska16.1 
 7. Tubid, Ginebra15.9 
 8. Alapag, Talk N Text15.5 
 9. Norwood, Rain o.14.9 
 10. Raymundo, Puref.14.7 
Rebounds Per Game
  Santa Lucia
  Avg: 14.6
 1. Williams, Santa Lucia14.6 
 2. Taulava, Coca-Cola12.5 
 3. Santos, San Miguel10.1 
 4. Reavis, Purefoods9.1 
 5. Carey, Talk N Text8.9 
 6. Pingris, Purefoods8.4 
 7. Devance, Alaska8.0 
 8. Pena, San Miguel7.9 
 9. Alonzo, Barako Bull7.4 
 10. Reyes, Rain o.7.2 
Assists Per Game
  Burger King
  Avg: 5.9
 1. Cabagnot, Coca-Cola5.9 
 2. Helterbrand, Gineb.5.4 
 3. Alapag, Talk N Text4.9 
 4. Villanueva, San M.4.9 
 5. Reyes, Santa Lucia4.6 
 6. Mercado, Rain o.4.6 
 7. Taulava, Coca-Cola4.5 
 8. Miller, Alaska4.5 
 9. Tenorio, Alaska4.2 
 10. Castro, Talk N Text4.1 
Steals Per Game
  Santa Lucia
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Reyes, Santa Lucia2.1 
 2. Williams, Santa Lucia1.7 
 3. Artadi, Purefoods1.6 
 4. Lanete, Burger King1.4 
 5. Norwood, Rain o.1.4 
 6. Buenafe, Burger K.1.4 
 7. Tenorio, Alaska1.3 
 8. Dimaunahan, Barako B.1.3 
 9. Abarrientos, Gineb.1.3 
 10. Santos, San Miguel1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Arwind SANTOS
  San Miguel
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Santos, San Miguel1.5 
 2. Peek, Talk N Text1.4 
 3. Quinahan, Burger K.1.3 
 4. Thoss, Alaska1.1 
 5. Maierhofer, Puref.1.1 
 6. Reavis, Purefoods1.0 
 7. Hrabak, Rain o.0.8 
 8. Aquino, Santa Lucia0.8 
 9. Belga, Burger King0.8 
 10. Norwood, Rain o.0.8 


Standings - DBE
PLK Standings
 1. Assec.Prokom 20-0 
 2. Anwil 17-3 
 3. Polpharma 14-6 
 4. Trefl Sopot 12-8 
 5. PGE Turow 12-8 
 6. Energa Czarni 10-10 
 7. AZS Koszalin 10-10 
 8. Sokol Znicz 9-11 
 9. Polonia 9-11 
 10. Stal SW 8-12 
 11. PBG Basket 6-13 
 12. SKK Kotwica 6-14 
 13. Polonia 2011 4-15 
 14. ISS Sportino 2-18 

DBE Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Michael WRIGHT
  PGE Turow
  Avg: 20.4
 1. Wright, PGE Turow20.4 
 2. Day, ISS Sportino20.1 
 3. Scott, ISS Sportino20.0 
 4. Chappell, Znicz18.8 
 5. Mays, Znicz18.8 
 6. Swanson, AZS K.18.0 
 7. Williamson, Znicz17.9 
 8. Logan, Assec.Pr.17.8 
 9. Weeden, Polpharma17.0 
 10. Okafor, Polpharma16.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 Darrell HARRIS
  SKK Kotwica
  Avg: 11.3
 1. Harris, SKK K.11.3 
 2. Daniels, Energa C.8.8 
 3. Chappell, Znicz8.5 
 4. Kuzminskas, Trefl S.8.1 
 5. Kesicki, ISS S.8.0 
 6. Ibrahim, ISS S.7.9 
 7. Bigus, ISS Sportino7.9 
 8. Bigus, Polonia 20117.5 
 9. Okafor, Polpharma7.5 
 10. NaNa, Polonia Azbud7.3 
Assists Per Game
 Krzysztof SZUBARGA
  Avg: 6.6
 1. Szubarga, Anwil6.6 
 2. Loyd, Stal SW5.9 
 3. Smith, SKK Kotwica5.0 
 4. Logan, Assec.Pr.4.9 
 5. Brazelton, Energa C.4.9 
 6. Swanson, AZS K.4.9 
 7. Ewing, Assec.Pr.4.6 
 8. Joyce, Anwil4.1 
 9. Hughes, Polonia .4.1 
 10. Snieg, Polonia 20113.9 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Majewski, Polph.2.4 
 2. Godbold, Stal SW2.4 
 3. Day, ISS Sportino2.4 
 4. Logan, Assec.Pr.2.3 
 5. Chappell, Znicz2.3 
 6. Angley, Polpharma2.1 
 7. Szubarga, Anwil2.0 
 8. Mays, Znicz2.0 
 9. Navickas, AZS K.1.9 
 10. Swanson, AZS K.1.9 
Blocks Per Game
  Polonia 2011
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Karwowski, Polonia .1.9 
 2. Wallace, PGE Turow1.8 
 3. Kesicki, ISS S.1.6 
 4. Harris, SKK K.1.4 
 5. Misiewicz, Znicz1.1 
 6. Lapeta, Assec.Pr.1.0 
 7. Wyka, Znicz1.0 
 8. Kuzminskas, Trefl S.0.9 
 9. Sullivan, Anwil0.9 
 10. Bigus, ISS Sportino0.8 


Standings - LPB
LPB Standings
 1. Benfica 13-0 
 2. Ovarense 11-2 
 3. VSC Guimar. 9-5 
 4. Porto Ferpinta 8-5 
 5. Academica 6-7 
 6. Sampaense 5-7 
 7. Illiabum 5-7 
 8. CAB 5-8 
 9. Barreirense 4-8 
 10. Ginasio 4-9 
 11. AD Vagos 4-9 
 12. Fisica 3-10 

Stats Leaders - UZO Liga
Points Per Game
 Brandon DAGANS
  Avg: 22.7
 1. Dagans, Ginasio22.7 
 2. Waller, Ovarense22.0 
 3. Crutchfield, Sampa.21.8 
 4. Powers, Fisica20.5 
 5. Clark, Barreirense19.8 
 6. Voorhees, AD Vagos18.9 
 7. Ramos, Benfica18.7 
 8. Webster, CAB18.0 
 9. Smith, AD Vagos17.8 
 10. Nealy, VSC Guimar.17.4 
Rebounds Per Game
  VSC Guimar.
  Avg: 10.6
 1. Nealy, VSC Guimar.10.6 
 2. Lee, Ovarense10.3 
 3. St.Robert, Illiabum9.8 
 4. Johnson, Fisica9.8 
 5. Terrell, Porto F.9.7 
 6. Smith, AD Vagos9.7 
 7. Sowell, Barreirense9.6 
 8. Johnson, Academica9.0 
 9. Shaw, Illiabum8.5 
 10. Wilson, Sampaense8.4 
Assists Per Game
 Daniel FELIX
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Felix, Illiabum3.6 
 2. Dagans, Ginasio2.6 
 3. Costa, Ginasio2.5 
 4. Silva, VSC Guimar.2.4 
 5. Simoes, Academica2.3 
 6. Waller, Ovarense2.2 
 7. Schneider, CAB2.2 
 8. Balseiro, Sampa.2.1 
 9. Hunt, Porto F.2.1 
 10. Williams, Academica2.0 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 6.4
 1. Manarte, Ovarense6.4 
 2. Reveles, AD Vagos6.3 
 3. Felix, Illiabum6.3 
 4. Costa, Ginasio5.5 
 5. Simoes, Academica4.3 
 6. Miranda, Ovarense4.2 
 7. Fernandes, CAB4.2 
 8. Mims, VSC Guimar.4.1 
 9. Sing, Sampaense4.0 
 10. Nealy, VSC Guimar.3.9 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2
 1. Sowell, Barreirense2.0 
 2. Terrell, Porto F.1.7 
 3. Lee, Ovarense1.5 
 4. Frisby, Benfica1.4 
 5. Jackson, Academica1.3 
 6. Soderberg, CAB1.3 
 7. Wilson, Sampaense1.3 
 8. DeWitz, Benfica1.3 
 9. Johnson, Fisica1.2 
 10. Smith, AD Vagos1.2 


Div.A Standings
 1. U.Mobitel.CN 18-2 
 2. Ploiesti 18-3 
 3. Gaz Metan 17-4 
 4. CSU Sibiu 15-6 
 5. Otopeni 12-8 
 6. Pitesti 12-9 
 7. Timisoara 11-9 
 8. Rovinari 10-11 
 9. Steaua Turabo 10-11 
 10. Mures 10-11 
 11. Oradea 8-12 
 12. Dinamo B. 7-14 
 13. Bucuresti 7-14 
 14. Gladiator CN 5-15 
 15. Craiova 3-17 
 16. Brasov 2-19 

Preview of round 21 - by Sebastian Umbrich
Round 21 of the Romanian Divizia A is figuring out some interesting matches.
The round started on Friday, with two matches, one of them offering a big surprise.
In the rounds prologue, Energia Rovinari rolled over SCM U Craiova, score 91-69. Kibwe Trim (208-F/C-84, college: Sacred Heart) scored 24 points & 10 rebounds for the victors while Andrei Capusan (201-F-83, agency: Court Side, college: Lafayette) added 19 points and 9 rebounds. From the losing side, Dragovic scored 19 points. In conclusion, Rovinari took revenge for the loss in the first match between these two teams.
The second match offered a surprise: CSU Sibiu lost on home ground against Dinamo Bucharest, score 81-86. From the winning side, Claudiu Fometescu (188-G-73) and Stojadin Markovic (200-F-69) scored 49 points together, while Jason Smith and Earl Brown scored 45 points for the losers. After this match, Sibiu still finds itself on the 4th position (15-6 record), while Dinamo moves on rank no. 12.
Match no. 3 will be a relative easy match for 3rd ranked Gaz Metan Medias, which will go to Oradea, facing one of the most surprising teams this championship. Gaz Metan Medias is looking to end the 0-2 streak, while Oradea is trying to forget last rounds loss against CSM Bucharest. Before this meeting, Medias is ranked 3rd (16-4 record), while Oradea is ranked 11th, with 8-11 record. In their first meeting, Medias won 97-63.
Match no. 4 will be an easy match for CSU Asesoft Ploiesti. It will meet CSM Bucharest on home ground. While Ploiesti is in a good shape (scored at least 100 points in each match of the last 5) and are ranked 2nd (17-3 record), Bucharest offered a semi-surprise last round, defeating CSM Oradea, and is now ranked 13th, 7-13 record. In their first match, Ploiesti won 97-72.
The fifth match of the round will be disputed between BCMUS Pitest and CSU Brasov. While Pitesti lost last round in Mures, after having led three quarters of the match, Brasov is on a 0-11 streak, which is likely to continue, even after this match. Pitesti is ranked 7th, with 11-9 record, Brasov is the last team in this championship, with a 2-18 record. In their first meeting, Pitesti won 94-64.
Match no. 6 will be the most balanced match of the round: Steaua Turabo meets BC Mures on home ground. Steaua won last round in the historic derby of the Romanian championship, defeating Dinamo 82-75, and is now ranked 10th, with 9-11 record, while Mures, after last rounds victory against Pitesti, moved on a play-off position, rank 8, with 10-10 record. In their first meeting, Mures won 93-90, after overtime.
Matches 7 & 8 Timisoara vs. Gladiator and U Cluj vs. CS Otopeni will be postponed.

Div.A Round: 21 (Regular Season) - by Eurobasket News
Steaua Turabo - Mures 81-74
Trailing 18-24 in the first quarter Steaua Turabo beat Mures 81:74. Monty Mack (191-G-77, agency: Interperformances, college: Massachusetts) poured in 24 points, while Popescu Bogdan and Myles Anthony netted 14 each. Cooley JuJuan responded with 19 points in defeat, Peciukas Vaidotas added 16 and Masiulis Arturas had 15 points and 16 rebounds.

Pitesti - Brasov 96-67
All the quarters were won by Pitesti as they rolled over Brasov 96:67. Mihail-Octavian Paul (192-G-82) top-scored for the winners with 19 points and Dumitru Liviu posted 18. Bubanja Zeljko responded with 24 points and 7 rebounds in the losing effort.

Ploiesti - Municipal B. 93-58
Ploiesti jumped to 18-3 record beating Municipal 93:58. Darius Hargrove (193-G-82, agency: Global Sports Plaza, college: Virginia Union) led the hosts with 25 points and Burlacu Catalin added 19. Johnson Justin finished the night with 31 points in the losing effort as his team fell at 8-12 record.

Oradea - Gaz Metan 78-97
Gaz Metan improved to 17-4 recod on the third place after the win over Oradea 97:78. Deven Mitchell (196-F-84, agency: Interperformances) erupted with 29 points and Deven Mitchell posted 16. Nicoara Titus nailed 15 and Phelps Derrick added 13. Stefan Vasile notched 18 points in the losing effort.

Rovinari - Craiova 91-69
Rovinari won all the quarters over Craiova for the total 91:69 win. Kibwe Trim (208-F/C-84, college: Sacred Heart) paced all the winners with 24 points and 10 boards, while Capusan Andrei nailed 19. Dragovic Radovan delivered 17 points and Harvey Trevor notched 15.

CSU Sibiu - Dinamo B. 81-86
Only due to 21-17 in the last period helped Dinamo to beat CSU Sibiu 86:81. Claudiu Fometescu (188-G-73) top-scored for the winners with 28 points and Markovic Stojadin added 21. Brown Earl posted 24 in defeat and Smith Jason netted 21.

Stats Leaders - Men
Points Per Game
 O''Darien BASSETT
  Avg: 22.4
 1. Bassett, Craiova22.4 
 2. Krstanovic, U.Mobi.20.6 
 3. Bubanja, Brasov19.1 
 4. Mack, Steaua T.19.0 
 5. Peciukas, Mures19.0 
 6. Pesic, Timisoara18.8 
 7. Santana, Municipal B.18.3 
 8. Dawson, Gladiato.17.9 
 9. Lawrence, U.Mobite.17.8 
 10. Dzambic, Timisoara17.8 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 10.1
 1. Carutasu, Ploiesti10.1 
 2. Krstanovic, U.Mobi.8.9 
 3. Masiulis, Mures8.8 
 4. Paltinisanu, Timis.8.7 
 5. Smith, CSU Sibiu7.8 
 6. Mijajlovic, Munici.7.6 
 7. Popescu, Steaua T.7.5 
 8. Bubanja, Brasov7.4 
 9. Dragusin, Pitesti7.4 
 10. Nicoara, Gaz Metan7.1 
Assists Per Game
 Jarrett HOWELL
  Gaz Metan
  Avg: 5.7
 1. Howell, Gaz Metan5.7 
 2. Dzambic, Timisoara5.2 
 3. Cooley, Mures5.1 
 4. Cuic, U.Mobitel.CN4.8 
 5. Fometescu, Dinamo B.4.6 
 6. Helcioiu, Municipa.4.5 
 7. Howard, Gladiato.4.4 
 8. Mladenovic, Brasov4.4 
 9. Dawson, Gladiato.4.3 
 10. Bassett, Craiova4.3 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.9
 1. Cooley, Mures2.9 
 2. Howell, Gaz Metan2.7 
 3. Johnson, CSU Sibiu2.6 
 4. Maric, Oradea2.3 
 5. Mitchell, Gaz Metan2.3 
 6. Hargrove, Ploiesti2.1 
 7. Timus, Steaua T.2.1 
 8. Medvedj, U.Mobite.2.1 
 9. Dawson, Gladiato.2.1 
 10. Tyner, Rovinari2.0 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Masiulis, Mures2.2 
 2. Lazar, Oradea2.0 
 3. Dragovic, Craiova1.8 
 4. Dragusin, Pitesti1.6 
 5. Pantelic, Steaua T.1.0 
 6. Rhymer, Gaz Metan1.0 
 7. Vajda, Mures1.0 
 8. Roland, CSU Sibiu0.8 
 9. Harris, Craiova0.8 
 10. Lawrence, U.Mobite.0.8 


Russian Cup. First Quarterfinals - by Eurobasket News
Spartak St Petersburg, CSKA, Unics and Khimky won the first games of the First Quarterfinals in Russian Cup. All the teams celebrated the victories away from home.
Unics had 81:79 win over Triumph in Lubertsi. The guests opened with 22-17 lad and then Triumph bounced back with 27-21 in the second frame. The latter alo won the third period 16-15, but Unics grabbed the total win after 23-19 in the last stanza. Terrell Lyday (190-G-79, college: BYU) top-scored for the winners with 19 points and Vladimir Veremeenko (208-F-84) posted 14. Vialtsev ended up wih 22 points in the losing effort.
Khimky had no difficulties over Lokomotiv Kuban in the last quarter to seal 79:71 win. Only due to 20-14 in the last frame the guests took the first win in the Cup Quartefinals. Keith Langford (193-G/F-83, college: Kansas) top-scored for the winners with 20 points and Javtokas posted 13. Owens ended up with 16 points in the losing case.
CSKA overcame Krasnie Krilya 71:63 as they won the first period 23-17. The hosts responded with 16-12 in the second quarter, but CSKA beat them 23-8 in the third quarter. Ramunas Siskauskas (197-G-78) paced all the winners with 16 points and Kaun Sasha nailed 15. Karaulov and Trushkin delivered 9 points each for the home side.
Spartak St Petersburg surprised Dynamo Moscow 75:73. Evgeniy Kolesnikov (195-G-85) and Mescharekov top-scored for the winners with 15 points each while Milovan Rakovic (208-C-85) added 11 points. Bykov finished the night with 19 points in the losing effort.


Boniface Ndong proposes Parfait Adjivon to take over from Adidas - by Enoma Ugheghe
The Senegalese center of Barcelona FC (Spanish premier league) Boniface Ndong feels that the coach of Dakar university club (DUC) Parfait Adjivon has the best profile to take over from Abdourahmane Ndiaye 'Adidas at the head of the Lions of basket.

'The first person who comes in my mind to take over Abdourahmane Ndiaye 'Adidas', he is Parfait (Adjivon). I believe that he has the profile and skill required', said Boniface Ndong in an interview.

'Adidas' who coached the Lions during the last edition of FIBA Africa Nations Championship for men has recently informed the sportive authorities about his intention to stop coaching the national team.

'Personally, I believe that today, in Senegal, there are good technicians, like Moustapha Gaye (coach of Lionesses), Parfait and the others', explained Boniface Ndong. He however, reminded it will up to the management committee of Senegalese Basket Federation (FSB) to choice who will take over from Abdourahmane Ndiaye at the head of the Lions.

Current coach of DUCs men team, Parfait Adjivon was with Cheikh Sarr one of the deputies of Abdourahmane Ndiaye Adidas at the time of the last Africa Basket Championship men took place in Libya in August. Adjivon won last season the national championship with the students.

Source : APS


Standings - A Liga
A Standings
 1. Borac 16-5 
 2. Metalac 15-6 
 3. Beograd 14-7 
 4. Tamis 14-7 
 5. Vojvodina 13-8 
 6. Proleter Naft. 12-8 
 7. Novi Sad 12-9 
 8. Napredak 11-9 
 9. Mega Vizura 10-11 
 10. Sloga 9-11 
 11. Masinac 9-12 
 12. Radnicki Basket 5-15 
 13. Ergonom 4-17 
 14. KG 06 1-20 
Will join on later stage:
 1. Radnicki K.
 2. Crvena Zvez.
 3. Partizan
 4. Hemofarm
 5. FMP

Stats Leaders - 1A
Points Per Game
 Vladimir PANIC
  Avg: 18.8
 1. Panic, Metalac18.8 
 2. Markovic, Tamis17.7 
 3. Jorovic, Borac17.1 
 4. Mladenovic, Ergon.17.1 
 5. Markovic, Napredak16.9 
 6. Martinic, Vojvodina16.0 
 7. Vukosavljevi., Prolet.15.8 
 8. Micevic, Borac15.3 
 9. Rakic, Novi Sad15.1 
 10. Prolovic, Borac14.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Aleksandar MLADENOVIC
  Avg: 7.5
 1. Mladenovic, Ergon.7.5 
 2. Mikic, KG 066.9 
 3. Lukovic, Radnic.6.6 
 4. Ljubojevic, Novi S.6.5 
 5. Jelovac, Mega V.6.2 
 6. Borovcanin, Sloga6.2 
 7. Dramicanin, Borac6.1 
 8. Bosnjak, Vojvodina6.1 
 9. Marojevic, Metalac5.8 
 10. Vukosavljevi., Prolet.5.8 
Assists Per Game
  Proleter Naft.
  Avg: 7.3
 1. Zarkovic, Prolet.7.3 
 2. Rakic, Novi Sad4.4 
 3. Stefanovic, Metal.4.3 
 4. Martinic, Vojvodina4.1 
 5. Korac, Beograd4.1 
 6. Dimitrijevic, Sloga3.8 
 7. Radulovic, Masinac3.5 
 8. Prolovic, Borac3.3 
 9. Djordjevic, Sloga3.2 
 10. Tresac, Borac3.0 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Martinic, Vojvodina2.4 
 2. Vulin, Proleter Naft.2.3 
 3. Zarkovic, Prolet.1.9 
 4. Dundjerski, Beograd1.7 
 5. Tresac, Borac1.6 
 6. Tomasevic, Vojvo.1.6 
 7. Kovacevic, Novi Sad1.6 
 8. Rakic, Novi Sad1.6 
 9. Stajic, Tamis1.5 
 10. Milosevic, KG 061.5 
Blocks Per Game
  Radnicki Basket
  Avg: 1.3
 1. Lukovic, Radnic.1.3 
 2. Maravic, Mega V.1.2 
 3. Buric, Tamis1.2 
 4. Mladenovic, Ergon.1.1 
 5. Bircevic, Metalac1.1 
 6. Ljubojevic, Novi S.0.9 
 7. Dramicanin, Borac0.8 
 8. Arsic, Masinac0.8 
 9. Cvetkovic, Mega V.0.7 
 10. Bjegovic, Masinac0.7 


Handlova bring in Robert Nuber - by Eurobasket News
Handlova strengthened their backcourt as they signed Robert Nuber (186-G-83) till the end of the season. The 26-year-old point guard started the season in Czech Republic. He played for Podebrady in the NBL. Robert Nuber averaged 5.3 points, 3.1 boards and 1.7 assists per game. Last season Robert Nuber played for Nova Ves in Slovakian Extraliga. His stats read 8.3 points, 6.2 boards, 4.4 assists and 2.0 steals.


Standings - 1A
Liga Standings
 1. Krka 13-5 
 2. Rudar 13-5 
 3. Geoplin Slovan 12-6 
 4. Helios 12-6 
 5. Zlatorog 12-6 
 6. Alpos Sentjur 10-8 
 7. Polzela 9-9 
 8. Parklji 9-9 
 9. Elektra Esotech 7-11 
 10. TCG Mercator 7-11 
 11. Luka Koper 4-14 
 12. Sencur CP 0-18 
Will join on later stage:
 1. U.Olimpija

Stats Leaders - 1A
Points Per Game
  Avg: 22.8
 1. Cebular, Sentjur22.8 
 2. Crenshaw, Sentjur18.3 
 3. Snow, Helios17.9 
 4. Dragic, Geoplin .17.4 
 5. King, Polzela16.8 
 6. Cup, Elektra .16.3 
 7. Mucic, Rudar16.3 
 8. Feeley, Elektra .16.0 
 9. Drzic, Luka Koper15.7 
 10. Strnad, Zlatorog15.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Shawn KING
  Avg: 9.9
 1. King, Polzela9.9 
 2. Feeley, Elektra .8.5 
 3. Nikolic, Krka8.1 
 4. Thondique, Polzela7.2 
 5. Cup, Elektra .6.9 
 6. Markic, Luka Koper6.2 
 7. Bubnic, Zlatorog6.2 
 8. Virijevic, Sencur C.6.1 
 9. Muric, Parklji5.9 
 10. Simovic, Sentjur5.9 
Assists Per Game
  Elektra Esotech
  Avg: 5.9
 1. Kostomaj, Elektr.5.9 
 2. Crenshaw, Sentjur5.6 
 3. Anzulovic, Rudar4.7 
 4. Cmer, Zlatorog4.1 
 5. Mocnik, Helios3.9 
 6. Nachbar, Luka Koper3.9 
 7. Jersin, Parklji3.4 
 8. Cebular, Sentjur3.2 
 9. Udrih, Polzela3.1 
 10. Petrovic, Helios2.6 
Steals Per Game
 Gregor HAFNAR
  Carmatic PT
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Hafnar, Polzela2.1 
 2. Dragic, Geoplin .1.9 
 3. Udrih, Polzela1.7 
 4. Strnad, Zlatorog1.7 
 5. Markic, Luka Koper1.6 
 6. Jersin, Parklji1.6 
 7. Lapornik, Sentjur1.6 
 8. Jovanovic, Sencur C.1.6 
 9. Skok, Polzela1.5 
 10. Mocnik, Helios1.5 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Nikolic, Krka1.8 
 2. King, Polzela1.4 
 3. Cup, Elektra .1.0 
 4. Sviridov, Polzela0.8 
 5. Ibok, Polzela0.8 
 6. Simovic, Sentjur0.7 
 7. Pavic, Geoplin Slovan0.7 
 8. Sjekloca, Elektr.0.7 
 9. Lucic, Krka0.6 
 10. Virijevic, Sencur C.0.6 


KBL Standings
 1. Mobis Phoebus 33-12 
 2. Sonic Boom KT 32-13 
 3. KCC Egis 31-14 
 4. Dongbu Promy 30-15 
 5. LG Sakers 26-19 
 6. Samsung Th. 20-24 
 7. ET Land B.Sl. 15-30 
 8. KT&G Kites 13-31 
 9. SK Knights 13-32 
 10. Daegu Orions 11-35 


Standings - ACB
ACB Standings
 1. Regal Barca 20-2 
 2. Caja Laboral 18-3 
 3. MMC Real M. 17-4 
 4. Valencia BC 14-7 
 5. Cajasol 13-8 
 6. Valladolid 11-11 
 7. DKV Joventut 11-11 
 8. Unicaja 10-11 
 9. Gran Canaria 10-12 
 10. Estudiantes 10-12 
 11. Manresa 9-12 
 12. Granada 9-13 
 13. Fuenlabrada 9-13 
 14. Meridiano A. 8-13 
 15. Lagun Aro GBC 7-14 
 16. Xacobeo BS 7-15 
 17. Bizkaia Bilbao 6-15 
 18. CB Murcia 4-17 

Stats Leaders - ACB
Points Per Game
 Gerald FITCH
  Avg: 19.8
 1. Fitch, Fuenlabrada19.8 
 2. Carroll, Gran Canaria18.2 
 3. Tucker, DKV J.17.2 
 4. Vujanic, CB Murcia16.7 
 5. Splitter, Caja L.16.2 
 6. Navarro, Regal B.16.0 
 7. Batista, Fuenlabr.15.7 
 8. Vasiliadis, Xacob.15.7 
 9. Banic, Bizkaia Bilbao14.9 
 10. Mumbru, Bizkaia .14.7 
Rebounds Per Game
 Esteban BATISTA
  Avg: 8.2
 1. Batista, Fuenlabr.8.2 
 2. Moss, CB Murcia8.0 
 3. Panko, Lagun A.7.5 
 4. Kirksay, Cajasol7.3 
 5. Prestes, CB Murcia7.0 
 6. Hendrix, Granada7.0 
 7. Splitter, Caja L.6.9 
 8. Caner-Medley, Estudi.6.7 
 9. Ivanov, Manresa6.6 
 10. Augustine, Gran C.6.6 
Assists Per Game
 Omar COOK
  Avg: 5.8
 1. Cook, Unicaja5.8 
 2. Huertas, Caja L.5.8 
 3. Rubio, Regal Barca5.0 
 4. Stanic, Xacobeo BS4.9 
 5. Valters, DKV J.4.7 
 6. Dumas, Valladolid4.6 
 7. Jaric, MMC R.4.3 
 8. Calloway, Cajasol4.1 
 9. Norris, Gran C.4.1 
 10. Thomas, Fuenlabr.3.7 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Kirksay, Cajasol2.6 
 2. Rubio, Regal Barca2.4 
 3. Triguero, Cajasol1.9 
 4. Prigioni, MMC R.1.9 
 5. Van Lacke, Valladolid1.8 
 6. Fisher, Gran C.1.6 
 7. Stanic, Xacobeo BS1.5 
 8. Welsch, Unicaja1.5 
 9. Mumbru, Bizkaia .1.4 
 10. Calloway, Cajasol1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Robert BATTLE
  Avg: 1.6
 1. Battle, Valladolid1.6 
 2. Ruffin, Manresa1.6 
 3. Batista, Fuenlabr.1.4 
 4. Aguilar, Granada1.3 
 5. Vazquez, Regal B.1.3 
 6. Lishchuk, Valencia.1.2 
 7. Hendrix, Granada1.2 
 8. Lavrinovic, MMC R.1.2 
 9. Barnes, Valladolid1.1 
 10. Triguero, Cajasol1.1 

Stats Leaders-LEB Silver
Points Per Game
 Courtney PIGRAM
  Avg: 17.6
 1. Pigram, Andorra17.6 
 2. Vereen, Rosalia16.5 
 3. Uriz, Santurtzi15.6 
 4. Barcelo, Plasencia15.4 
 5. Higgs, L''Hospitalet15.2 
 6. Thompson, ADT T.15.1 
 7. Ferrer, Cajasur .15.1 
 8. Howard, Guadalaj.14.8 
 9. Salson, Huesca14.8 
 10. Wolfram, Andorra14.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Shalawn MILLER
  Avg: 9.4
 1. Miller, Huelva9.4 
 2. Thompson, ADT T.9.1 
 3. Howard, Guadalaj.8.7 
 4. Santana, Caja Rioja8.5 
 5. Williams, Matchmind7.9 
 6. Adams, Navarra7.4 
 7. Ausina, Matchmind7.3 
 8. Virgil, Alcazar7.2 
 9. Johnson, Huesca7.2 
 10. Griffin, Cajasur .7.1 
Assists Per Game
  Caja Rioja
  Avg: 6
 1. Busciglio, Caja Rioja6.0 
 2. Castello, ADT T.4.9 
 3. Rufian, Huelva4.3 
 4. Gonzalez, Navarra4.2 
 5. Rodriguez, Rosalia4.1 
 6. Lopez, Coruna3.8 
 7. Marcos, Alcazar3.7 
 8. Alonso, Matchmind3.7 
 9. Cardenas, Qalat C.3.6 
 10. Canals, Alaior3.5 
Steals Per Game
 Jonathan BARCELO
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Barcelo, Plasencia2.6 
 2. Gomez, Huelva2.4 
 3. Miller, Coruna2.3 
 4. Johnson, Huesca2.2 
 5. Pigram, Andorra2.2 
 6. Suka-Umu, Cajasur .2.1 
 7. Ott, Caja Rioja2.0 
 8. Martinez, Huelva1.9 
 9. Bavosi, Promobys1.9 
 10. Arjonilla, Guadalaj.1.8 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Adams, Navarra1.5 
 2. Byombo, Illescas1.3 
 3. Thompson, ADT T.1.2 
 4. Matali, Andorra1.2 
 5. Bain, ADT Tarragona1.2 
 6. De Santana, Caja R.1.0 
 7. Andrews, Huesca1.0 
 8. Sekulic, Plasencia0.9 
 9. Williams, Matchmind0.9 
 10. Miller, Huelva0.9 


Standings - LNA
LNA Standings
 1. SAV Vacallo 19-4 
 2. Lugano Tigers 18-4 
 3. Fribourg 18-5 
 4. Starwings 15-8 
 5. BBC Nyon 13-10 
 6. Monthey 11-12 
 7. SAM Massagno 9-14 
 8. Geneva Devils 7-15 
 9. Boncourt 7-15 
 10. Lausanne 6-17 
 11. MGS 2-21 

Standings - LNB
LNB Standings
 1. Bernex 19-1 
 2. Zurich W. 15-6 
 3. Swiss Central 14-6 
 4. Villars 13-8 
 5. Martigny 12-8 
 6. Chene 10-10 
 7. Vevey 10-10 
 8. Pully 8-11 
 9. DDV Lugano 8-12 
 10. Vernier 7-12 
 11. Acad.Fribourg 7-13 
 12. Zurich K. 6-13 
 13. Neuchatel 0-19 


Standings - TB2L
TB2L Standings
Group A
 1. Hacettepe Un. 16-1 
 2. Trabzonspor 14-3 
 3. Selcuk Univ. 11-6 
 4. Vestel 9-8 
 5. Gelisim 9-8 
 6. Pertevniyal 9-8 
 7. Final Genclik 8-9 
 8. Beykoz 7-9 
 9. Orman 7-10 
 10. Duzce Genclik 5-11 
 11. Istanbul B.B. 5-12 
 12. Yeni Nesil 1-16 
Group B
 1. Edirne Genclik 14-3 
 2. Usak 11-5 
 3. FMV Isikspor 11-6 
 4. Yesilyurt 11-6 
 5. Genc Telekom 11-6 
 6. ITU 8-9 
 7. Akhisar Bld 7-9 
 8. Optimum TED 7-10 
 9. TED Istanbul 6-11 
 10. Akcakoca P. 6-11 
 11. Pamukkale 5-12 
 12. Genc Banvit. 4-13 

Stats Leaders - D1
Points Per Game
 Quincy DOUBY
  Avg: 22.4
 1. Douby, Darussafaka22.4 
 2. Shipp, Bornova20.3 
 3. Chatman, Besiktas18.4 
 4. Brown, Bornova18.1 
 5. Baxter, Besiktas17.9 
 6. Hosley, Aliaga17.6 
 7. Toolson, Karsiyaka17.6 
 8. Baron, Mersin16.7 
 9. Williams, Erdemir16.6 
 10. Rancik, Galatasaray16.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Jermareo DAVIDSON
  Avg: 10.4
 1. Davidson, Darussaf.10.4 
 2. Williams, Erdemir9.6 
 3. Heytvelt, Oyak R.9.3 
 4. Hosley, Aliaga8.4 
 5. Smith, Karsiyaka7.5 
 6. Aldemir, Karsiyaka7.2 
 7. Bowman, Tofas7.2 
 8. Elegar, Bornova7.2 
 9. Greene, Antalya7.0 
 10. Brown, Bornova6.5 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 8.3
 1. Koseoglu, Erdemir8.3 
 2. Chatman, Besiktas6.1 
 3. Ermis, Banvit4.5 
 4. Acik, T.Telekom4.5 
 5. Douby, Darussafaka4.4 
 6. Holston, Karsiyaka4.4 
 7. Erden, Bornova4.3 
 8. Jackson, Antalya4.2 
 9. Erdogan, Oyak R.4.1 
 10. James, Mersin4.0 
Steals Per Game
 Quinton HOSLEY
  Avg: 3
 1. Hosley, Aliaga3.0 
 2. Douby, Darussafaka2.5 
 3. Chatman, Besiktas2.4 
 4. Shipp, Bornova2.4 
 5. Erden, Kepez Bld2.3 
 6. Smith, Efes Pilsen2.1 
 7. James, Mersin2.0 
 8. Famutimi, Oyak R.1.9 
 9. Holston, Karsiyaka1.9 
 10. Adams, Oyak R.1.8 
Blocks Per Game
 Omer ASIK
  Avg: 1.6
 1. Asik, Fener.Ulker1.6 
 2. Aldemir, Karsiyaka1.6 
 3. Elegar, Bornova1.5 
 4. Denison, Tofas1.4 
 5. Solak, Galatasaray1.3 
 6. Davis, Banvit1.3 
 7. Heytvelt, Oyak R.1.3 
 8. Bowman, Tofas1.3 
 9. Davidson, Darussaf.1.1 
 10. Kone, Erdemir1.0 

TB2L Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Albert FISHER
  Akcakoca P.
  Avg: 24.3
 1. Fisher, Akcakoca P.24.3 
 2. Nelson, Akhisar Bld22.2 
 3. Haciyeva, Pertevniyal22.1 
 4. Abi, ITU21.7 
 5. Curtis, Beykoz21.3 
 6. Garrison, Pamuk.21.1 
 7. Hairston, Duzce G.19.3 
 8. Kan, Yesilyurt19.2 
 9. Eiukwu, Usak18.4 
 10. Karamahmut, Usak18.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Thomas BROWN
  Avg: 12.9
 1. Brown, Yesilyurt12.9 
 2. Haciyeva, Pertevniyal12.1 
 3. Curtis, Beykoz11.7 
 4. Egemonye, Optimum .11.6 
 5. Eiukwu, Usak11.5 
 6. Nelson, Akhisar Bld11.1 
 7. Garrison, Pamuk.10.2 
 8. Gokay, Akcakoca P.9.9 
 9. Gray, Gelisim9.8 
 10. Meeking, Selcuk Univ.8.8 
Assists Per Game
 Sezgin ERIS
  Istanbul B.B.
  Avg: 5.8
 1. Eris, Istanbul B.B.5.8 
 2. Kan, Yesilyurt5.6 
 3. Ogut, Genc Telekom5.2 
 4. Gacemer, Gelisim4.8 
 5. Tutuncu, Beykoz4.8 
 6. Kavaklioglu, Hacett.4.8 
 7. Senol, Final Genclik4.7 
 8. Fisher, Akcakoca P.4.4 
 9. Akyol, Olin Genclik4.4 
 10. Hot, Akcakoca P.4.3 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Haciyeva, Pertevniyal3.1 
 2. Yavuklu, Orman G.2.5 
 3. Celebioglu, Genc B.2.4 
 4. Erdogan, Duzce G.2.1 
 5. Mutaf, FMV I.2.1 
 6. Nelson, Akhisar Bld2.0 
 7. Ozseven, TED I.2.0 
 8. Kocamis, Gelisim1.9 
 9. Kan, Yesilyurt1.9 
 10. Gursu, Genc Banvit1.9 
Blocks Per Game
 Callistus EIUKWU
  Avg: 3.4
 1. Eiukwu, Usak3.4 
 2. Ibekwe, Genc B.2.8 
 3. Garrison, Pamuk.2.4 
 4. Fobbs, Trabzonspor2.3 
 5. Hairston, Duzce G.2.1 
 6. Taylor, Vestel1.9 
 7. Egemonye, Optimum .1.9 
 8. Mims, Istanbul.1.8 
 9. Courtney, Final G.1.6 
 10. Turkyilmaz, Genc B.1.6 

Standings - TBL
TBL Standings
 1. Efes Pilsen 17-1 
 2. Fener.Ulker 15-3 
 3. Besiktas 13-6 
 4. Banvit 13-6 
 5. Karsiyaka 11-8 
 6. T.Telekom 11-8 
 7. Bornova 10-9 
 8. Erdemir 10-9 
 9. Tofas 9-10 
 10. Antalya 9-10 
 11. Galatasaray 9-10 
 12. Aliaga 8-11 
 13. Oyak Renault 5-13 
 14. Mersin 4-15 
 15. Kepez Bld 4-15 
 16. Darussafaka 2-16 


Stats Leaders - Men
Points Per Game
 Khalid EL-AMIN
  Avg: 22.8
 1. El-Amin, Budivelnyk22.8 
 2. Karim, DniproAzot20.4 
 3. Thomas, Fe.20.1 
 4. McClintock, Mykolaiv19.1 
 5. Mitchell, Khimik18.7 
 6. Sparks, Hoverla18.4 
 7. DeGroat, BC Odessa17.4 
 8. Williams, Halychyna17.3 
 9. Coleman, BC Odessa17.2 
 10. Daniels, Azovmash17.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Michael FRASER
  Avg: 11.8
 1. Fraser, Hoverla11.8 
 2. Thomas, Fe.11.7 
 3. Rizvic, Azovmash8.1 
 4. Hunter, Fe.7.5 
 5. Finn, Halychyna7.5 
 6. McClintock, Mykolaiv7.4 
 7. Morton, DniproAzot7.3 
 8. Wilson, Gryfony6.9 
 9. Dubnyuk, Pulsar6.9 
 10. Kravtsov, BC Kyiv6.7 
Assists Per Game
  BC Odessa
  Avg: 6.5
 1. Blassingame, BC Od.6.5 
 2. Crowe, Dnipro6.2 
 3. Karim, DniproAzot5.7 
 4. Mitchell, Khimik5.6 
 5. El-Amin, Budivelnyk5.6 
 6. Love, Mykolaiv5.4 
 7. Lukashov, BC Kyiv4.8 
 8. Sparks, Hoverla4.7 
 9. Jeromanovs, Mykol.4.1 
 10. Hill, BC Odessa4.0 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.9
 1. House, Azovmash2.9 
 2. Sparks, Hoverla2.3 
 3. Canak, Gryfony2.2 
 4. Serapinas, Azovm.2.2 
 5. Crowe, Dnipro2.1 
 6. Jeromanovs, Mykol.2.0 
 7. Perry, BC Donetsk1.9 
 8. El-Amin, Budivelnyk1.9 
 9. Tiggs, Fe.1.8 
 10. Mitchell, Khimik1.8 
Blocks Per Game
 Viacheslav KRAVTSOV
  BC Kyiv
  Avg: 2.8
 1. Kravtsov, BC Kyiv2.8 
 2. Rizvic, Azovmash2.6 
 3. McClintock, Mykolaiv1.9 
 4. Balashov, BC Odessa1.7 
 5. Morton, DniproAzot1.7 
 6. Agafonov, Khimik1.3 
 7. Owens, BC Donetsk1.3 
 8. Matyukevych, Mykol.1.3 
 9. Sokur, DniproAzot1.1 
 10. Ulyanko, Pulsar1.0 

Standings - Superleague
Superleague Standings
 1. Budivelnyk 15-1 
 2. Ferro-ZNTU 14-2 
 3. Kryvbasbasket 13-3 
 4. BC Odessa 11-4 
 5. BC Kyiv 10-6 
 6. Azovmash 8-7 
 7. Khimik 8-7 
 8. Dnipro 7-8 
 9. Halychyna 7-9 
 10. Hoverla 6-8 
 11. Mykolaiv 5-11 
 12. DniproAzot 2-13 
 13. Pulsar 2-14 
 14. Gryfony 0-15 
 1. BC Donetsk 0-0 


Standings - BBL
BBL Standings
 1. Sheffield S. 19-4 
 2. Newcastle E. 19-5 
 3. MK Lions 13-6 
 4. Scottish R. 13-7 
 5. Leicester R. 13-11 
 6. Everton T. 12-10 
 7. Cheshire J. 11-10 
 8. Worthing T. 11-12 
 9. Guildford H. 10-14 
 10. Worcester W. 9-12 
 11. Plymouth R. 6-16 
 12. Essex Pirates 4-20 
 13. London C. 3-16 


Defensor beat Bigua, the last LUB champions - by Hector Lopez
Defensor Sporting beat Bigua, the last LUB champions, 85-71 to take a 1-0 lead for the best of five quarter finals, with 20 points and 18 rebounds by Christopher Jackson (208-C-81, college: N.Mexico St.). Also for Defensor Robby Collum (185-G-81, college: W.Michigan) netted 20 points and Sebastian Izaguirre (207-C/F-85) added 21, with 4/5 on three-point shots. For Bigua, Juan Jose Rovira (180-G-76) netted 14 points, while Nick Billings (214-C-82, college: Binghamton) added 6. After all numer 1 games were played the quarter finales are: Trouville 1 Atenas 0, Union Atletica 1 Olimpia 0, and Malvin 1 Cordon 0. All the second and third games will be played during next week.


USBA to Host National Basketball Player Combine at Agnes Scott College on March 6, 2010 - by USBA Media

Atlanta, Ga. (February 13, 2010)---The United States Basketball Association (USBA) will host its first invitation-only national basketball player combine as part of the process for filling its 2010 inaugural basketball team rosters. 'The combine is scheduled to be held at the Woodruff Physical Activity Building on the campus of Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia,' said USBA Vice President of Basketball Operation Kenneth Green. The combine will be held on Saturday, March 6, 2010. We invite all qualified professional players to participate, we have already heard from agents who represent players from other countries as well as here in the United States, said Green. The combine will be open to all qualified basketball players. The registration period has been changed to February 18, 2010 thru March 3, 2010. Players are required to pre-register on the league website, beginning February 18, 2010 and no one will be accepted after the deadline.

Registration forms can be mailed to the league office. All applications should be postmarked before March 3, 2010. Forms will be available from the leagues website.
The combine was originally to be held at Oglethorpe University, according to league sources the change was made to better accommodate participants. Oglethorpe is a fine university and they have great facilities, however it is in a predominately residential area and we need to make hotels available to the combine participants.

'We are working tirelessly in our pursuit to find the best players available for all USBA teams; this will enable us to provide our fans the very best minor league professional basketball players from day one,' said USBA President and C.E.O., Duane Allen Jenkins . This national search for players and our combine is a truly special and unique opportunity for all of our coaches to evaluate basketball players to fit their style of play in one place and at one time,' continued Jenkins.

Invited players will participate in scrimmage games and will be evaluated by the league coaching staff and invited scouts. USBA coaching staff will then select the players to try out for their local team. USBA individual team tryouts are scheduled for March 13, 2010 and March 20, 2010. According to the league, players will be charged a fee of $75.00 to participate in the combine. The league will waive the all fees for team individual tryouts for the players who participate in the combine. Basketball players will need to have a minimum of two years experience on the collegiate level to be invited to both the combine and the individual team tryouts.

Players participating in the combine will receive a tee shirt, lunch from Subway and a video taped disc of the days events. Deer Park will provide bottled water to the players and coaches.

Trainers and paramedics will be on hand to assist participants.

'The basketball games during combine will be officiated by league referees. We have a prime opportunity to expose these players to the crews that will officiate the USBA games,' said USBA Supervisor of Officials, Simmie Lavender. The minimum experience of my officials is the NCAA division two level; we have quite a few people that referee in the NCAA division one and currently registered with the D-League.' The USBA uses NBA rules and regulations.

The USBA has eighteen teams in three divisions. The teams are spread out over ten southern states and the District of Columbia. Please refer to the league website at Combine signup will begin February 18, 2010 and end March 3, 2010. Complete instruction on player registration, confirmed site location and hotel reservation information will be made available on the league website on February 18, 2010. According to the league, the registration period was changed to allow more time for college players whose teams may not be invited to the NCAA tournament. The USBA utilizes medium to small college and university gymnasiums for the home location of their teams. All USBA coaches will be on hand to evaluate players. Coaches will have the option to sign players to an agreement or invited them to an additional tryout with their local team.

Basketball player compensation package includes; $350.00 per week, $25.00 sponsor paid appearances, 25% commission on sponsorship sales, a daily meal at Golden Coral Buffet Restaurant, workman compensation and housing, when needed. Each team plays a thirty game schedule, fifteen home games and fifteen games away.

About the United States Basketball Association----The United States Basketball Association (USBA) is a mid spring thru early summer mens professional basketball league. The league headquarters is located in Atlanta, Georgia. The league as eighteen teams split into three divisions, spread out over ten southern states and the District of Columbia. Basketball players, coaches, dance team members and game day staff could be catapulted to enjoy further opportunities in the National Basketball Association Developmental League (NBADL), as well as exposure to other reputable professional basketball leagues from around the world. League website is .

Former L.A. Lakers Jim Price named Louisville Locomotive head coach - by USBA Media

Atlanta, Ga. (February 13, 2010) The United States Basketball Association (USBA) and the Louisville Locomotive's hiring of University of Louisville great, Jim Price should tell you something about how far the league will go to seek the best individuals to take the role as head coach.

The word circulated that Price was hired to lead the team has caused a stir in the Louisville, Kentucky basketball community. Price is to be the teams first head coach in the leagues inaugural basketball season. To fill this vacancy was my chance to come home to Louisville and continue my influence on the kids in the area, while we dance on the backs of the other teams in the league, said Price. This new league and its early spring to mid summer schedule gives me a prime opportunity to help young basketball players advance to the next level.

'We are extremely pleased to have Jim as our new head basketball coach of the Locomotive,' USBA Vice President of Basketball Operations, Kenneth Green said. 'He is a Kentucky native, who was a super star at the University of Louisville.' 'Jim is known to work tirelessly, throughout his career he has always strived to be the best he could. Our players will benefit tremendously from his vast experience. We're lucky to have him. He is a proven winner, who has the necessary skill set to take over this new program in Louisville and take it to great heights. His ties to Louisville, along with his energy, enthusiasm and commitment to developing young men, both on and off the court, make Jim a terrific fit for this basketball team,' said Green

'I look forward to this job and we ask all basketball fans in the Louisville community to support our team. My family and my staff are pleased with this tremendous challenge,' said Price
'I'm very excited about this opportunity and it really hasn't sunk in yet,' said Price, a 62-year-old Russellville Kentucky native.'Perhaps it will after I have a chance to select the team next month. Growing up in Kentucky and playing at Louisville, I can tell you that this a great job for job for me.'

Price's basketball career began at Arsenal Technical High School in Indianapolis, Indiana where in his senior year he was a member of the Indiana State Championship Runner-up basketball team. Price was selected to the Indiana High School All Star team. Price was highly recruited by the University of Louisville Cardinals in 1968. Price was a member of the University of Louisville 1972 NCAA Final Four basketball team. He was named as a first team All American along with Bob McAdoo and Henry Bibby. Price's uniform was retired and now hangs in Freedom Hall.

Jim Price was selected 1st in the second round of the 1972 NBA draft. Price played in the NBA from 1972 to 1979. This draft included players such as Julius Dr J Irving, Bob McAdoo and Paul Westphal. Price played on the Los Angeles Lakers 1972-1973 NBA Finals basketball team. Price was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks and was selected to the 1975 NBA All Star team. Price was also named to the NBA All Defensive team while at Milwaukee.

Price's coaching career includes a stint as the Head Womens Coach at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). Price spent four years at the Butler University. Price's professional coaching career involves teams in the CBA and the USBL.

Price received his BS in Physical Education and Recreation from the University of Louisville in 1972. He has an extensive background in counseling in the Tampa Bay, Florida area, where he has been a Counselor in the Marion County Juvenile and Options Treatment centers.
Mr. Price resides in Tampa Florida with his wife and their three children.


Women News

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Standings - WNBL
WNBL Standings
 1. Bulleen B. 21-1 
 2. Sydney UF 17-5 
 3. Canberra C. 16-6 
 4. Townsville F. 14-8 
 5. Adelaide 13-9 
 6. Bendigo S. 13-9 
 7. Logan T. 7-15 
 8. Dandenong R. 6-16 
 9. Perth L. 2-20 
 10. AIS 1-21 

Stats Leaders - WNBL
Points Per Game
  Canberra C.
  Avg: 26.3
 1. Jackson, Canberra.26.3 
 2. Batkovic-B., Sydney U.24.6 
 3. Harrower, Bendi.23.8 
 4. Cambage, Bulle.20.7 
 5. Cox, Townsville F.19.9 
 6. Smith, Sydney UF16.6 
 7. Lewis, Townsville F.16.4 
 8. Marino, Adelaide16.0 
 9. Foley, Adelaide15.4 
 10. Francis, Adelaide15.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Elizabeth CAMBAGE
  Bulleen B.
  Avg: 9.5
 1. Cambage, Bulle.9.5 
 2. Francis, Adelaide9.5 
 3. Smith, Townsville F.9.5 
 4. Jackson, Canberra.9.4 
 5. Kerr, Townsville F.9.1 
 6. Batkovic-B., Sydney U.8.8 
 7. Tolo, Canberra C.7.7 
 8. Bishop, Canberra C.7.6 
 9. Afeaki, Sydney UF7.1 
 10. Lindsey, Dandenon.7.0 
Assists Per Game
  Bendigo S.
  Avg: 5
 1. Harrower, Bendi.5.0 
 2. Veal, Logan T.4.9 
 3. O''Hea, Bulleen B.4.6 
 4. Milner, Bulleen B.4.5 
 5. Marino, Adelaide4.4 
 6. Butler, Sydney UF4.4 
 7. Smith, Sydney UF3.8 
 8. Mahony, Dandenon.3.8 
 9. Flanagan, Townsvil.3.8 
 10. Hurst, Canberra C.3.7 
Steals Per Game
 Kristen VEAL
  Logan T.
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Veal, Logan T.2.2 
 2. Taylor, AIS1.9 
 3. Batkovic-B., Sydney U.1.9 
 4. Bishop, Canberra C.1.8 
 5. Flanagan, Townsvil.1.7 
 6. Jackson, Canberra.1.6 
 7. Malpass, Perth L.1.6 
 8. Purcell, Logan T.1.6 
 9. Kerr, Townsville F.1.4 
 10. Francis, Adelaide1.3 
Blocks Per Game
  Townsville F.
  Avg: 1.1
 1. Lewis, Townsville F.1.1 
 2. Smith, Townsville F.1.1 
 3. Bishop, Canberra C.1.0 
 4. Kerr, Townsville F.1.0 
 5. Smith, Sydney UF1.0 
 6. Roberts, AIS1.0 
 7. Tolo, Canberra C.0.9 
 8. Starks, Perth L.0.9 
 9. Graham, Logan T.0.9 
 10. Harrower, Bendi.0.9 

WNBL Round: 18 (Regular Season) - by Eurobasket News
Bulleen B. - Canberra C. 88-78
No.1 Bulleen Boomers won the contest against Canberra Caps 88-78. Jenna O'Hea (187-F-87) shinned with 28 points, while Elizabeth Cambage (203-C-91) added 18. On the other side, visitors got monster game from Lauren Jackson who scored 40 points and grabbed 11 rebounds off the bench.

Dandenong R. - Adelaide 81-82
Jessica Foley (182-G-83, college: Duke) poured in 29 points and Renae Camino (177-G-86) added 16 as they led Adelaide to 81-82 win over Dandenong Rangers. For hosts, Alison Downie had 18 while Cattlin Ryan and Ashely Lindsey added 17 and 16 points with the latter grabbing 10 boards.

Townsville F. - Bendigo S. 88-58
Townsville Fire rolled over Bendigo Spirit with ease 88-58, behind 20 points by Joanne Hill (182-F/G-73) as well as 18 scored by Amy Lewis (175-G-86, college: Troy). On the other side, Kristi Harrower and Chelsea Aubrey had 18 and 13 points respectively.

AIS - Perth L. 84-61
AIS had not troubles beating Perth Lynx 84-61 primarily thanks to the play of Tess Magden who scored 23 points as well as Tayla Roberts (191-F/C-93) who added 16. On the other side, Perth was led by Samatha Norwood who scored 16 points and collected 14 rebounds, while Rebecca Mercer also had 16 points.

Sydney UF - Perth L. 72-59
Sydney UF also won at home, after they were able to overcome Perth Lynx 72-59. Hosts got 24 points and 10 rebounds from Natalie Porter (185-F-80) while Deanna Smith (179-G-80) followed closely with 21 points. For Perth, Rebecca Mercer and Kate Malpass had 13 points apiece.

Logan T. - Bendigo S. 82-86
Bendigo Spirit needed to work hard in order to secure narrow 82-86 away win against Logan Thunder. Visitors got 28 points from Kelly Wilson (168-G-84), while Chelsea Aubry (189-F-84, college: Nebraska) had one point less. Hosts were led by Kristen Veal who had 19 points to go along 10 rebounds. Natalie Purcell was also good with 14 points and 11 rebounds while Rebecca Hatnes also had 14 points.

  FINLAND - Women  

Stats Leaders - Women
Points Per Game
 Shanika FREEMAN
  Avg: 22.3
 1. Freeman, S-Hameen.22.3 
 2. Jones, PeKa21.9 
 3. Haynes, FoA21.8 
 4. Lee, PeKa21.0 
 5. Bailey, FoA18.4 
 6. Robinson, Huima17.9 
 7. Pounds, HoNsU17.3 
 8. Johnson, HoNsU17.2 
 9. Glover, Huima16.9 
 10. Pellom, FoA16.4 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 13.7
 1. Robinson, Huima13.7 
 2. Freeman, S-Hameen.13.2 
 3. Johnson, HoNsU12.7 
 4. Jones, PeKa11.4 
 5. Solovyeva, Catz11.0 
 6. Laaksonen, Espoo T.10.3 
 7. Haynes, Espoo Team10.3 
 8. Glover, Huima10.3 
 9. Haynes, Espoo Team10.3 
 10. Freshour, S-Hameen.10.1 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 3.7
 1. Robinson, Huima3.7 
 2. Snelgro, HoNsU3.4 
 3. Green, PeKa3.2 
 4. Kesanen, Catz3.2 
 5. Pellom, FoA3.0 
 6. Haynes, FoA2.6 
 7. Bailey, FoA2.4 
 8. Small, Huima2.4 
 9. Rinta, Espoo Team2.4 
 10. Piipari, Catz2.4 
Steals Per Game
 Lisa LEE
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Lee, PeKa3.3 
 2. Snelgro, HoNsU2.9 
 3. Green, PeKa2.8 
 4. Pounds, HoNsU2.7 
 5. Pellom, FoA2.4 
 6. Jones, PeKa2.3 
 7. Robinson, Huima2.3 
 8. Bailey, FoA2.3 
 9. Johnson, HoNsU2.2 
 10. Moua, Espoo Team2.0 
Blocks Per Game
 Stephanie JONES
  Avg: 0.9
 1. Jones, PeKa0.9 
 2. Lehtoranta, PeKa0.6 
 3. Bailey, FoA0.5 
 4. Jahilo, FoA0.5 
 5. Kesanen, S-Hameen.0.5 
 6. Haynes, FoA0.5 
 7. Green, PeKa0.4 
 8. Lee, PeKa0.4 
 9. Pounds, HoNsU0.4 
 10. Koponen, Kerava ET0.4 

D1 Round: 21 (Regular Season) - by Eurobasket News
Kerava ET - HoNsU 83-74
Kerava registered the fifth win as they toppled HoNSu before the home fans. Michaela Moua (182-F/C-76, college: Ohio St.) delivered 20 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists for Kerava. Anette Juvonen notched 19 points and 6 rebounds in the victory. Danyelle Snelgro responded with 19 points for HoNSu as they fell at 6-15 record.

FoA - PeKa 82-99
PeKa posted the 15th win as they rallied past FoA. Porchia Green (175-G-87, college: Ball St.) scored 25 points to lead the charge. Taru Tuukkanen accounted for 17 points in the winning effort. Rene Haynes and Ashley Pellom responded with 18 points each for FoA.

Huima - S-Hameenmaa 76-72
Huima narrowly defeated Team S-Hammeenmaa at home court. Kenya Robinson (182-C-70, college: New Orleans) notched 34 points, 14 boards and 4 assists for the winners. Keiva Small netted 16 points for Huima. Shanika Freeman responded with 23 points and 10 rebounds for Team S-Hameenmaa.

Standings - Women
D1 Standings
 1. Catz 17-3 
 2. PeKa 15-6 
 3. Espoo Team 14-6 
 4. Huima 14-7 
 5. FoA 6-15 
 6. HoNsU 6-15 
 7. S-Hameenmaa 6-15 
 8. Keravan 5-16 

  FRANCE - Women  

Standings - LFB
LFB Standings
 1. Tarbes 16-1 
 2. Bourges 14-2 
 3. Arras 13-5 
 4. Nantes 12-6 
 5. ESB Villeneu. 12-6 
 6. Montpellier 11-5 
 7. Mondeville 10-7 
 8. Challes 9-9 
 9. COB Calais 5-12 
 10. Toulouse 5-12 
 11. Landes 5-13 
 12. Aix-en-Prov. 5-13 
 13. Armentieres 4-14 
 14. Limoges 0-17 

LFB Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 16.7
 1. Williams, Mondeville16.7 
 2. Taylor, Nantes16.6 
 3. Anderson, Villeneuve15.9 
 4. Houston, Tarbes15.3 
 5. Eldebrink, Tarbes14.9 
 6. Krawczyk, Lattes M.14.8 
 7. Page, Aix-en-Prov.14.5 
 8. Akonga Nsimb., Arr.14.3 
 9. Berezhynska, Monde.14.0 
 10. Stansbury, Aix-en-P.13.8 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 9.1
 1. Nnindjem, Toulouse9.1 
 2. Neaves, Calais8.9 
 3. Sy, Nantes8.6 
 4. Davis, Limoges8.0 
 5. Stansbury, Aix-en-P.8.0 
 6. Yacoubou-D., Tarbes7.8 
 7. Bonnan, Mondeville7.8 
 8. Akonga Nsimb., Arr.7.8 
 9. Amant, Arras7.6 
 10. Dijon, Lattes M.7.5 
Assists Per Game
 Kathleen MACLEOD
  Avg: 6.3
 1. Macleod, Nantes6.3 
 2. Aubert, Mondeville5.6 
 3. Lepron, Tarbes5.1 
 4. Mitchell, Arras4.9 
 5. Spatharou, Limoges4.2 
 6. Tanqueray, Villeneuve4.2 
 7. Cousseins, Calais3.9 
 8. Hermouet, Toulouse3.6 
 9. Metcalf, Toulouse3.5 
 10. Cibert, Calais3.3 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Parham, Landes2.5 
 2. Aubert, Mondeville2.4 
 3. Bremont, Armentie.2.3 
 4. Hermouet, Toulouse2.2 
 5. Konate, Landes2.1 
 6. Mitchell, Arras2.1 
 7. Gomis, Arras2.0 
 8. Spatharou, Limoges2.0 
 9. Luptakova, Challes1.9 
 10. Michel, Arras1.9 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1
 1. Metcalf, Toulouse1.0 
 2. Nnindjem, Toulouse0.9 
 3. Fikiel, Toulouse0.8 
 4. Nedovic, Armentie.0.7 
 5. Cousseins, Calais0.6 
 6. Ayissi, Armentieres0.6 
 7. Fisher, Armentie.0.6 
 8. Putnina, Mondeville0.5 
 9. Eldebrink, Tarbes0.5 
 10. Jomby, Limoges0.5 

  GERMANY - Women  

Stats Leaders - Women
Points Per Game
 Carmen GUZMAN
  Avg: 21.8
 1. Guzman, Leipzig21.8 
 2. Pierce, Rhein MB21.6 
 3. Hayes, Wasserburg18.0 
 4. Danckert, Donau.17.1 
 5. Bender, Halle16.4 
 6. Paunovic, Freiburg16.4 
 7. Bar, Saarlouis15.6 
 8. Manakova, Saarl.15.1 
 9. Austmann, Oberh.14.8 
 10. Zaidi, Wolfenbuettel14.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Sabrina SCOTT
  Avg: 12.4
 1. Scott, Wolfenbu.12.4 
 2. Mircheva, Donau.10.7 
 3. Tracey, Freiburg9.1 
 4. Thompson, Rhein MB8.6 
 5. Triggs, Marburg8.5 
 6. Wilson, Donau-Ries8.4 
 7. Bar, Saarlouis7.7 
 8. Danckert, Donau.7.7 
 9. Greunke, Rhein MB7.4 
 10. Smith, Saarlouis7.4 
Assists Per Game
 Amanda REGO
  Avg: 5.4
 1. Rego, Halle5.4 
 2. Dluzyk, Donau-Ries4.0 
 3. Bar, Saarlouis3.9 
 4. Davidson, Marburg3.2 
 5. Greunke, Rhein MB2.9 
 6. O''Rourke, Herner2.8 
 7. Austmann, Oberh.2.6 
 8. Mersch, Oberhausen2.6 
 9. Pop, Wasserburg2.5 
 10. Ozen, Marburg2.3 
Steals Per Game
 Amanda REGO
  Avg: 3.9
 1. Rego, Halle3.9 
 2. Guzman, Leipzig3.6 
 3. Bar, Saarlouis3.5 
 4. Austmann, Oberh.3.1 
 5. Tracey, Freiburg2.7 
 6. Tatham, Wasserburg2.3 
 7. Bejtic, Halle2.3 
 8. Richter, Wasse.2.2 
 9. Hayes, Freiburg2.2 
 10. Penno, Freiburg2.1 
Blocks Per Game
 Romy BAR
  Avg: 1.4
 1. Bar, Saarlouis1.4 
 2. Danckert, Donau.1.3 
 3. Tracey, Freiburg1.2 
 4. Homolova, Leipzig1.0 
 5. Triggs, Marburg1.0 
 6. Mohr, Opladen1.0 
 7. Smith, Saarlouis0.9 
 8. Gohrke, Marburg0.9 
 9. Diaz, Leipzig0.9 
 10. Glaser, Opladen0.8 

Standings - Women
DBBL Standi