December 20, 2014
Stelmet Zielona Gora
6 JONES, ROB United States of America Guard 1.98 1989
7 STEVIC, OLIVER Serbia Forward 2.05 1984
9 TRUBACZ, RADOSLAW Poland Guard 1.92 1994
12 LOPICIC, MILOS Montenegro Center 2.16 1990
13 CHANAS, KAMIL Poland Guard 1.88 1985
14 HOSLEY, QUINTON United States of America Forward 1.98 1984
15 HODGE, WALTER United States of America Guard 1.82 1986
22 CESNAUSKIS, MANTAS Lithuania Guard 1.89 1981
30 SEWERYN, LUKASZ Poland Guard 1.96 1982
31 SROKA, MARCIN Poland Forward 2.00 1981
41 BOROVNJAK, DEJAN Serbia Forward 2.09 1986
 Head Coach    
  UVALIN, MIHAILO Serbia    

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Profile: Adam Hrycaniuk, Stelmet Zielona Gora

Since Adam Hrycaniuk made his debut in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague in 2008, no Polish-born player has played in more games in Europe's elite competition than Stelmet Zielona Gora center. With 74 Euroleague games and 10 more in the last two Eurocup seasons, Hrycaniuk is arguably one of the most battle-tested Polish players this century. And he has brought a heavy dose of toughness, hustle and hard-nosed play to every single one of those contests.

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Coming off a historic season in which it got its first taste of the Turkish Airlines Euroleague, Stelmet Zielona Gora is eager for more. The club enters the qualifying rounds hoping to return to a place among the European elite. Zielona Gora enjoyed an eventful first shot in the Euroleague that saw it win two games and nearly beat defending champion Olympiacos Piraeus on the road. In Poland, Zielona Gora returned to the playoff finals, but ultimately lost a spirited series to PGE Turow Zgorzelec. Nonetheless, the club has been a major part in the recent growth of Polish basketball. Its history traces back to 1946 and by the early 1960s, Zielona Gora was among the best teams in its region. In 1967, under the name Zastal, the club started to compete at the national level. Coach Tadeusz Aleksandrowicz made history by leading Zastal to the top league in Poland in 1984, where it remained, spare two seasons, through 2001. But then relegation hit hard and Zastal fell to the regional northern league. With the club’s future in doubt, Raphael Czarkowski led a group of basketball enthusiasts, who took control of the club. Zastal rebounded and completed its comeback in 2010, when Coach Tomasz Herkt led Zielona Gora back to the top level. Walter Hodge arrived prior to the start of that season and soon developed not only into Zastal’s leader, but one of the best players in the league. Despite missing the Polish playoffs in 2011, Zielona Gora reached the 2012 Polish Cup final. Zielona Gora used that experience to do better than ever in 2012-13, when it made its Eurocup debut and swept PGE Turow in the finals to win its first Polish League title. Last season may have finished without a trophy, but Zielona Gora took the next step towards establishing itself as a force both in Poland and abroad and will look to build on that this year.
Trophy Case
Polish National League: 2012-13
President Rafał Czarkowski
Address Szosa Kisielinska 22, 65-247 Zielona Gora, Poland
Sulechowska 41 Street, 65-119 Zielona Gora
Tel. +48 68 381 15 54