News - Basketball March 31, 2015

VTB League

1 basketballCSKA - CEZ Nymburk 102-67
CSKA defeated Nymburk (Czech Republic) at home, 102-67. The home team took a double-digit lead in the opening period and had little trouble securing the win. That's eight straight victories for CSKA, while Nymburk drops its 6th in a row. Our client Vitaly Fridzon scored 6 points and dished out 3 assists.

N.Novgorod - VEF Riga 102-72
Nizhny Novgorod (coach: Ainars Bagatskis) defeated VEF (Latvia) at home, 102-72. Nizhny got off to a strong start and cruised to a convincing victory over 9th-place VEF. Thanks to the victory, Nizhny Novgorod bumps Lokomotiv-Kuban from 3rd place by virtue of the playoff tiebreaker.

Khimky - Astana 93-64
Khimki defeated Astana (Kazakhstan) at home, 93-64. Rimas Kurtinaitis's men were in control from the opening tip, jumping in front by nine in the 1st quarter. Astana cut the deficit to three points midway through the second but that was as close as they would get. Khimki led by 15 at halftime and ultimately won by 29. Tyrese Rice had 15 points and 9 assists. James Augustine added solid double double of 13 points and 12 rebounds. Ruslan Pateev and Petteri Koponen scored 12 points each. Maxim Sheleketo scored 11 points and 7 rebounds while Sergey Monya had 9 points. Egor Vyaltsev added 8 and Stanislav Ilnitskiy 2.

Lokomotiv - Zenit 86-64
Lokomotiv-Kuban Krasnodar defeated Zenit St. Petersburg at home, 86-64. The visitors led by double digits in the 1st quarter, but Lokomotiv quickly liquidated the deficit, securing a five-point lead at halftime. Krasnodar only gave up 26 points in the second half to win by 22 points and move into 3rd place. Alexey Zhukanenko had 9 points for coach Sergey Bazarevich.

Enisey - Unics 85-81
Enisey Krasnoyarsk defeated UNICS Kazan at home, 85-81. The visitors played catch-up most of the evening before going in front with just over a minute to play. UNICS was seven seconds from securing the come-from-behind win, but Enisey's drilled a huge 3-pointer to put the home team on top and complete the upset. Dmitry Sokolov had 13 points and 5 rebounds for UNICS.

 
News - Basketball March 30, 2015

Weekend games

Italy:
Rok Stipcevic scored a team-high 17 points in a great team win against Cremona on road 74-71! Croatian guard also added 3 assists.

Spain:
Kresimir Loncar scored 7 points, grabbed 8 rebounds, had 2 assists and 2 steals as his Valencia lost to Laboral Kutxa 88-94.

Israel:
Julian Wright scored 15 points and 6 rebounds but Bnei Hertzeliyya couldn't beat Galil Gilboa.

Greece:
Dusko Ivanovic and his Panathinaikos registered an easy win over Panionios 79-46 on the road. Janis Blums didn't play.

 
News - Euroleague Basketball March 28, 2015

Euroleague Top16 - Round 12

euroleague 2After trailing by as many as 15 in the second quarter, CSKA Moscow stepped up its defensive game in the third quarter to surge ahead en route to an 82-86 road win at fellow Russian club Nizhny Novgorod. Vitaly Fridzon had 4 points and 3 rebounds for the winners. CSKA improved to 10-2 to remain strong in the fight for home-court advantage in the playoffs, while dropping Ainars Bagatskis and his Nizhny to 3-9 and delivering a critical blow to its playoff chances. Nizhny played a masterful offensive first half and led 55-42 at the break. CSKA regrouped, held the home team to just 7 third-quarter points while putting a 3-17 charge together at one point. The lead reached 10 midway through the fourth quarter and though Nizhny rallied late, it never got within a shot of trying the score.

Panathinaikos Athens hit 6 of its 13 triples in the fourth quarter to help it pick up an important victory in the playoff race by holding off Galatasaray Liv Hospital Istanbul 84-86 in a dramatic fashion on Friday night. Janis Blums hit 3 triples, had 9 pointes, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals. Dusko Ivanovic's Panathinaikos improved to 7-5 in Group F, and could end up in third place by the end of Round 12 depending on other results.

 
News - Basketball March 27, 2015

Alexey Shved likely done for season

New York Knicks guard Alexey Shved will likely miss the rest of the season due to a rib fracture.

The team announced on Wednesday night that Shved has "an incomplete fractured rib." He will be reevaluated in 2-3 weeks.

Given that timetable, it is unlikely that Shved would return prior to the Knicks' final regular season game on April 15.

Shved suffered the injury when he kneed by Toronto's Patrick Patterson on March 22.

The 26-year-old has been one of the few bright spots for New York this season.

In 26 games, Shved averaged 14.8 points per game, 3.6 assists and 4.6 rebounds. The Knicks acquired Shved at the trade deadline in late February in a deal with the Houston Rockets

Shved will be a free agent this summer.

 


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