EUROBASKET NEWS REPORT - 6/5/2013 4:04:01 AMCopyright © 1997-2013 Eurobasket
|Standings - ABA
Regular Season: Round 12
Jun. 1: Ringwood H. - Corio Bay S. 94-60
Jun. 2: Waverley F. - Werribee D. 84-83
Jun. 1: Sherbrooke S. - Bulleen B. 73-86
Jun. 1: Eltham W. - Hume City 101-83
Jun. 1: N.Adelaide R. - Eastern M. 88-74
Jun. 1: Sturt S. - W.Adelaide B. 86-92
Jun. 1: S.Adelaide P. - C.District L. 75-90
Jun. 1: Southern T. - Woodville W. 72-78
Jun. 1: Forestville E. - Norwood F. 101-62
Jun. 1: Cairns M. - Townsville H. 82-72
Jun. 1: Rockhampton - Mackay M. 79-69
Jun. 1: Toowoomba M. - Gladstone P. 79-110
Jun. 2: SW Metro P. - Suncoast C. 73-92
Jun. 1: Northside W. - Brisbane C. 62-80
Jun. 2: Ipswich F. - Gladstone P. 61-95
Jun. 1: Lakeside L. - Goldfield G. 95-93
Jun. 2: Perry Lakes H. - Geraldton B. 92-83
Jun. 1: Willetton T. - Geraldton B. 90-105
Jun. 1: Cockburn C. - Mandurah M. 83-90
Jun. 1: Stirling S. - Perth R. 81-99
May. 31: Mandurah M. - SW Slammers 81-101
May. 31: Rockingham F. - Stirling S. 78-94
Jun. 2: Perth R. - Goldfield G. 112-69
Jun. 1: Wanneroo W. - East Perth E. 112-118
Jun. 2: Kalamunda E.S. - Cockburn C. 105-100
May. 31: Hobart C. - NW Tasmania 94-80
Jun. 1: Albury W.B. - Frankston B. 93-98
Jun. 1: Sandringham S. - Canberra G. 93-76
May. 31: Mt Gambier - Nunawading S. 78-76
Jun. 1: Knox R. - Brisbane S. 75-79
Jun. 1: Kilsyth C. - Bendigo B. 72-73
Jun. 2: Nunawading S. - Brisbane S. 108-74
Jun. 2: Geelong S. - Canberra G. 107-64
Jun. 1: Ballarat M. - Dandenong R. 101-103
Jun. 2: Bendigo B. - Sandringham S. 100-79
Jun. 2: Cent.Coast C. - Colonial Hotel 99-88
Jun. 2: Hills H. - Illawarra H. 93-58
Jun. 2: Manly Warr. - Bankstown B. 86-73
Jun. 2: Sutherland S. - Maitland M. 84-59
Jun. 1: Bankstown B. - Hills H. 81-67
Jun. 1: Manly Warr. - Sydney C. 80-76
Jun. 1: Colonial Hotel - Maitland M. 80-75
Jun. 1: Newcastle H. - Norths Bears 71-82
Jun. 1: Parramatta W. - Illawarra H. 70-54
Jun. 1: Sutherland S. - Hornsby S. 58-60
Regular Season: Round 13
Jun. 7: Ipswich F. - Bundaberg B.
Jun. 8: Brisbane C. - Northside W.
Jun. 8: Toowoomba - Bundaberg B.
Jun. 8: Cairns M. - Gladstone P.
Jun. 8: Gold Coast R. - Rockhampton
Jun. 9: Townsville H. - Gladstone P.
Jun. 9: SW Metro P. - Rockhampton
Jun. 7: Perth R. - Cockburn C.
Jun. 7: East Perth E. - Stirling S.
Jun. 7: Perry Lakes H. - Rockingham F.
Jun. 8: Geraldton B. - SW Slammers
Jun. 8: Goldfield G. - Wanneroo W.
Jun. 8: Mandurah M. - Perry Lakes H.
Jun. 8: Cockburn C. - Lakeside L.
Jun. 8: Rockingham F. - East Perth E.
Jun. 8: Kalamunda E.S. - Willetton T.
|Austrian National Team 2013|
|31||Benedikt Danek||176-PG-86||BC Vienna|
|33||Tomislav Gaspar||198-PF-83||BC Vienna|
|24||Rasid Mahalbasic||211-C-90||Asseco Prok.|
|Maximilian Hopfgartner||206-PF-92||John Brown|
|Jesse Seilern||190-G-90||USC Aiken|
|Florian Trmal||193-G/F-89||BC Vienna|
|Werner Sallomon||Head Coach||Klosterneub.|
Second Stage: Round 4
Second Stage: Round 5
Jun. 6: Al Ahli - Issa Town
Jun. 6: Al Manama - Muharraq
Jun. 6: Al Hala - Sitra
|D1 Stats Leaders
|Eurobasket.com All-Bulgarian League 1st Team 2013|
|Stats Leaders - A1
|Ante Tomic selected the top Croatian playing abroad in last week's games
- by Eurobasket Center
Here is the weekly review of the top performing Croatian players, who play currently abroad.
The list of other players, who all have Croatian passport but never been selected to any of Croatian national teams:
#1. Experienced Igor Milicic (194-G-76, agency: Alti Sport, currently plays in Poland) led AZS Koszalin to a victory against the fifth-ranked Anwil (18-14) 75-64 in the Polish TBL on Wednesday night. Milicic scored 11 points and added 4 passes in 22 minutes. AZS Koszalin (18-14) is placed first in Places 7-12 group. It was his team's seventh consecutive victory in a row. Milicic has been at the team for five years. This season his total stats are: 4.8ppg, 1.6rpg and 1.9apg in the 28 games he played so far. Milicic has a dual citizenship: Croatian and Polish.
#2. Marin Bavcevic (182-PG-88, college: TCU, currently plays in Switzerland), who plays in the Swiss LNA could not help Lugano Tigers (16-10) to beat Geneve Lions (22-4). Bavcevic cannot count Friday's game as one of the best ones. He scored only 3 points. Lugano Tigers were defeated 74-64 on the road by the leading Geneve Lions. It was Lugano Tigers' first loss after four consecutive victories. Bavcevic has averaged so far 2.4ppg and 1.4apg. He is another player who holds two passports: Croatian and Swiss.
|Stats Leaders - ProA
|Stats Leaders - SerieA
|From now on Superleague teams can sign 4 abroad players
- by Onur Decani
Since Kosovo earned the rights to send one team to play in Balkan League, some more changes are going to be realized in Kosovan Basketball. Teams that play in Balkan League can have 4 abroad players on their teams, so the Basketball Federation of Kosovo decided to apply the same regulation in Kosovo.
With the new changes all teams in Superleague can contain in their team a maximum of 4 foreign players and as it seems the clubs have reacted well to the new changes.
The regulation is not official yet, so as it seems when teams play in the league they can use only 2 foreign players in a game at the same time, leaving other 2 of them in the bench.
|Eurobasket.com All-Latvian League 1st Team 2013|
|Paresh Shrestha||Golden Gate|
|Sanjay Byangankar Jr.||Trinity|
|Sanjay Byangankar Jr.||Trinity|
|Dinesh Nakarmi||Head Coach|
|Standings - D2
Finals: Round 3
|Division B Stats Leaders
Head Coach of the Russian National team Fotis Katsikaris (agency: FCM ) expressed his respect for the team, despite the absences of Andrei Kirilenko, Victor Khryapa and Alexander Kaun.We remind you that in the preliminary roster for the upcoming 2013 Eurobasket these players were not included.It is a great honour to play for the national team. Each player has to understand that he is defending the colors of his country, but we have to respect the player's decision- said Katsikaris. The situation in the clubs and the national team is different. The season is long, the players get tired.Every player should remember not only what he gives to the National team, but also what the National team gives to him.Our team will suffer three losses. First, Kirilenko, who has long abandoned the team. We were ready for it, Andrey is a very important individual for the team, but we have to put up with it. Second, Alexander Kaun, who had very serious personal problems that forced him to withdraw from the national team. Third,Victor Khryapa. It's no secret: Victor, two years in a row played almost non-stop. We met and discussed the situation and decided that he should not play for the team this year. We must respect our players and their health.Undoubtedly, these are the three strongest players in the team, but no one will cry for the absences of Kirilenko, Khryapa and Kaun. This is not the first challenge in my life, I will treat it the same way as the others.
|Ousmane Barro finished outstanding season abroad
- by Eurobasket News
Ousmane Barro (207-C/F-84, college: Marquette) finished outstanding season abroad with his Targu Mures.His team advanced to the Finals but lost the series last night to Ploiesti. Alhaji Mohammed stepped up with impressive 38 points to pace Ploiesti.
Targu Mures snatched a 20:19 lead after ten minutes of action. The teams stayed neck and neck throughout the second period. Targu Mures ensured a 40:39 halftime lead. They remained in front after thirty minutes of action. The visitors entered the fourth frame up by two points 59:57 lead at the final intermission. However Ploiesti turned things around in the fourth stanza. They went on a 13:2 run midway through the fourth frame to take a 72:68 lead. Alhaji Mohammed gave the hosts a 79:71 lead with under two minutes remaining. Targu Mures ran out of steam in the dying minutes as Ploiesti marched to the victory. Vladimir Tica posted 13 points, while Virgil Stanescu added 12 points for the winners. Vaidotas Peciukas responded with 23 points for Targu Mures. Branko Cuic netted 18 points, grabbed 7 rebounds and issued 5 assists in the loss.
Ousmane Barro averaged 9.0 points per game in Romania.
|Stats Leaders - ACB
|Spanish U16 National Team 2013|
|Daniel Melian||186-PG-97||CB Canarias|
|Sergi Garcia||184-PG-97||Islas Baleares|
|Pablo Perez||181-PG-97||Valencia Basket|
|Santiago Yusta||SG-97||Real Madrid|
|Xabier Lopez||SG-97||FIATC Joventut|
|Jonathan Barreiro||201-F-97||Real Madrid|
|Jose A. Blazquez||97||Real Madrid|
|Rafael Blanco||97||Real Madrid|
|Samuel Rodriguez||F/C-97||FIATC Joventut|
|Juan Oliva||F/C-97||UCAM Murcia|
|Alvaro Reyes||97||FIATC Joventut|
|Ramon Vila||C-97||FCB Regal|
|Jose Silva||Head Coach|
|Jose Maria Panadero||Assistant|
|Turkish U18 National Team 2013|
|Cedi Osman||195-SG-95||Anadolu Efes|
|Tolga Gecim||202-PG-96||Bandirma Kir.|
|Kerem Kanter||203-PF-95||High School|
|Taner Gunay||Head Coach|
|Turkish U20 National Team 2013|
|Ramazan Tekin||212-C-93||Anadolu Efes|
|Hasan Erdogan||93||Ankara Basket|
|Abdullah Cem Kocal||94||Final Genclik|
|Deniz Cevik||190-SG-94||Turk Telekom|
|Ahmet Tuncer||193-G-93||Istanbul B.B.|
|Ugur Dokuyan||197-G/F-93||MG Spor|
|Berkay Candan||204-F-93||Olin Edirne|
|Ismail Gulmez||191-SG-94||MG Spor|
|Erhan Toker||Head Coach||Tofas|
|Semih Soguksu||Assistant||Banvit BK|
|U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS|
|VTB UNITED LEAGUE|
|Stats Leaders - Women
|Spanish National Team 2013|
|Elisa Aguilar||172-G-76||CCC Polkowice|
|Laia Palau||176-G-79||CCC Polkowice|
|Cristina Ouvina||174-G-90||Wisla Can-Pak|
|Amaya Valdemoro||183-F-76||Real Canoe|
|Anna Cruz||173-PG-86||Rivas Ecopolis|
|Marta Xargay Casademont||181-PG-90||Perfumerias|
|Leonor Rodriguez Manso||180-G-91||Perfumerias|
|Queralt Casas||178-G/F-92||Rivas Ecopolis|
|Lucila Pascua||195-C-83||Novi Zagreb|
|Cindy Lima||196-C-81||UNI Gyor|
|Laura Nicholls||189-C-89||Rivas Ecopolis|
|Sancho Lyttle||192-C-83||Atlanta D.|
|Turkish National Team 2013|
|Tugba Palazoglu||171-G-80||Istanbul Univ.|
|Pinar Demirok||182-SG-91||Istanbul Univ.|
|Ceyhun Yildizoglu||Head Coach||Mersin|
The Saint Louis Surge
is a member of the Women's Blue Chip Basketball League (WBCBL), a
semi-professional woman's league, which consists of 46 teams from cities across
the United States. The mission of the St. Louis Surge Women's Semi-Professional
Basketball Team is to become role models and act as mentors in the St. Louis
community while fostering a team of sportsmanship, teamwork and excellence. The
focus of the program is to promote sport participation and provide players the
opportunity to transition into the Women's National Basketball Association
(WNBA) or international professional basketball leagues.
About Women's Blue
Chip Basketball League
The WBCBL's mission
is to provide highly competitive basketball for women age 20 and older. Players
in the league include former college players, former National Women's
Basketball League (NWBL) and Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA)
players, and current international professional players. The WBCBL acts as a
primary Farm/Recruiting league for the WNBA. The WBCBL's strong networking
relationship with professional international basketball scouts and agents
increase the opportunity for players to move on to higher-level professional