2015-16Regular SeasonRound 10
December 16, 2015 CET: 19:30
Local time: 19:30 TELEKOM DOME

Team Stats

Ave.   Ave.
83.6 Points 75.2
32.1 Rebounds 31.9
9.0 O. Rebounds 9.4
23.1 D. Rebounds 22.4
17.1 Assists 13.2
4.8 Steals 8.1
1.2 Blocks 1.9
15.9 Turnovers 14.6
51.1 % 2PT 53.6 %
41.3 % 3PT 32.9 %
77.8 % FT 72.5 %
83.8 Index 73.4

Player Stats

Ave.   Ave.
12.0 / White Points 14.1 / Riley
5.8 / White Rebounds 6.7 / Jaiteh
1.9 / Klimavicius OR 2.7 / Jaiteh
4.1 / White DR 4.0 / Jaiteh
7.3 / Lawrence Assists 3.8 / Campbell
0.8 / Lawrence Steals 1.8 / Riley
0.4 / Klimavicius Blocks 1.2 / Jaiteh
3.1 / Lawrence Turnovers 2.7 / Riley
83.3 % / Beverly 2PT 63.3 % / Riley
55.0 % / Clarke 3PT 50.0 % / Racine
100.0 % / McKinney FT 100.0 % / Riley
13.9 / Lawrence Index 15.8 / Riley

Records

Ave.   Ave.
0-0 Final 0-0
0-0 Semi-Final 0-0
0-0 Quarter Final 0-0
0-0 Eighthfinals 0-0
0-0 Last 32 0-0
2-7 Regular Season 3-6
2-7 Overall 3-6

Referees

Crew Chief
GELLER, RENAUD, Belgium
Referee
KOWALSKI, MARCIN, Poland
Umpire
CIULIN, MARIUS, Romania

The Take

In the first of three Wednesday games, already-eliminated Telekom Baskets Bonn (2-7) welcomes a JSF Nanterre squad (3-6) that needs a win to keep alive its Last 32 hopes. In addition to victory, Nanterre also needs help from already-qualified EWE Baskets Oldenburg (4-5), which plays host to Union Olimpija Ljubljana (4-5). The visitors in that game need a victory or a Nanterre loss to qualify. Should it lose, Olimpija will also qualify if the sum of the point-difference between that defeat and a win by Nanterre is less than 7 points. Nanterre will qualify if it wins by 6 or more points and Olimpija loses, or if the point-difference of its victory and the point-difference of Olimpija's loss is 7 or more points. Finally, in a winner-take-all clash that will determine first place in the standings, Dominion Bilbao Baskets (7-2) puts its five-game winning streak on the line when Dolomiti Energia Trento (7-2) pays a visit. Trento is on a winning-streak, too, having won four in a row and its last three road games. Bilbao makes 10.2 three-pointers per game, fifth-best in the Eurocup, and is one of only four teams that hits 40%or more of its shots from the arc. Trento is ranked third in scoring (87.1) in the competition.
Monday, December 14, 2015
Eurocupbasketball.com

Quotes Head Coaches

FISCHER, MATHIAS
Telekom Baskets Bonn
“Facing Nanterre in our last Eurocup game this season is a wonderful opportunity for us to show what we’re made of. After a couple roster changes, our main focus is to play with poise, high intensity and show as much resilience as possible. As we’ve seen in the first meeting, it’s key to control the tempo of the game in order to avoid Nanterre being able to establish their running style of play.”

Players

KOCH, FLORIAN
Telekom Baskets Bonn
“We have to play physical. We have to be defensively alert. We have to fight and claw our way back into winning games. Nanterres is a tough task to handle and they’ll bring everything they have in order to grab hold of their chances to advance to the second stage of Eurocup action.”
Mykal Riley - JSF Nanterre - EC15 (photo Telekom Bonn - Jörn Wolter)

Nanterre’s Eurocup journey ends with victory

JSF Nanterre finished its Eurocup campaign on a winning note, downing Telekom Baskets Bonn 86-95 on Wednesday. Nanterre needed a win by more than 6 points, and a loss by Union Olimpija Ljubljana to qualify, however, Olimpija edged EWE Baskets Oldenburg to go through, and eliminate Nanterre which finishes regular season with 4-6 record in the fifth place of Group A. Bonn is in the last place with 2-8 record. Gerald Robinson and Mykal Riley were unstoppable in the first half, combining to score 33 of team’s first 42 points. Nanterre held 16 points advantage in the first half, and had 38-48 at the break with 20 from Riley and 17 from Robinson. After the break Bonn tied it at 59-59, but never took the lead as Nanterre answered with a 1-15 run, then sealed the deal down the stretch. Riley finished with 26 points, and Robinson had 24 points and 8 assists. Mam Jaiteh and Jeremy Nzeulie each scored 15 in victory. Rotnei Clarke scored 21 points for the hosts, and Aaron White collected 15 points and 11 rebounds. Florian Koch scored 12, Tadas Klimavicius 12, and Jimmy McKinney netted 10 in defeat.

Riley and Robinson got it going from the start. A pair of threes from Terrance Campbell and first three from Riley opened 7-18 lead after only 4:37 played. Eugene Lawrence was the early scorer for the hosts, and Clarke made a second chance basket for Bonn. Riley buried a three for Nanterre, before Robinson scored last 8 points in the first quarter, including back-to-back threes, helping Nanterre to 13-29 lead. A triple from Nzeulie opened 16-32 early in the second, but Clarke answered with a triple, McKinney also buried one from long range and Klimavicius scored twice to cut it to 24-32. But after a short rest on the bench, Robinson and Riley came back into the game, and took over the scoring for the visitors again. The duo scored the next 10 points for Nanterre before Campbell’s bucket made it 32-44. Koch, White and Andrej Mangold made baskets for Bonn, but Riley made sure Nanterre goes into halftime with a double-digit margin, 38-48.

Koch and Clarke each hit a three-pointer as Bonn opened the third quarter with a 12-3 run to get within 50-51. Jaiteh and Riley answered with a 0-6 spurt to keep Nanterre in front, but White had a triple and Clarke a three-point play, before a three-point dagger from Koch tied it at 59-59. However, Jaiteh scored four points before the end of third, and another basket at the start of the fourth as Nanterre produced a 1-15 run to pull away again, 60-74. Koch, White and McKinney scored for the hosts, but Jaiteh and Nzeulie combined to score 8 points, including Nzeulie’s three-pointer that made it 71-84. Bonn replied with a 6-0 run, and McKinney hit from downtown to help cut it to 82-86 with 90 seconds remaining. But Riley and Robinson made clutch baskets down the stretch, and Nzeulie rounded out the score with a three-pointer.

Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Eurocupbasketball.com
Referees: GELLER, RENAUD (BEL), KOWALSKI, MARCIN (POL), CIULIN, MARIUS (ROM)
Attendance: 3200 (Tentative)
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JSF Nanterre29486895
Telekom Baskets Bonn
  Rebounds Blocks Fouls
# Player Min Pts 2FG 3FG FT O D T As St To Fv Ag Cm Rv PIR
5 MADRICH, DIRK 10:23 2 1/3 0/2   1 1 2     2     2 1 -3
7 MCKINNEY, JIMMY 22:01 10 1/3 2/5 2/2 2 1 3 1         4 1 6
8 MANGOLD, ANDREJ 20:23 2 1/2 0/2   1 2 3 4   1     1 1 5
10 LAWRENCE, EUGENE 22:52 5 0/3 1/6 2/2   3 3 8   1     4 2 5
11 KLIMAVICIUS, TADAS 29:37 12 6/11   0/1 3 1 4   1 3   1 4 4 7
12 KOCH, FLORIAN 26:19 13 2/5 2/2 3/4   3 3 1   3     3 3 10
13 WHITE, AARON 26:54 15 5/7 1/2 2/2 1 10 11     1     2 1 21
15 CLARKE, ROTNEI 28:25 21 5/7 2/8 5/5 1   1 4   3   1 4 5 15
18 BLASS, VALENTIN DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
19 BEVERLY, GERALD 13:06 6 1/1   4/6 3 1 4           1 4 11
Team           2 3 5               5
Totals 200:00 86 22/42 8/27 18/22 14 25 39 18 1 14 0 2 25 22 82
        52.4% 29.6% 81.8%
Head coach: FISCHER, MATHIAS
Min: Minutes played; Pts: Points; 2FG M-A: 2-point Field Goals (Made-Attempted); 3FG M-A: 3-point Field Goals (Made-Attempted); FT M-A: Free Throws (Made-Attempted); Rebounds: O (Offensive), D (Defensive), T (Total); As: Assists; St: Steals; To: Turnovers; Bl: Blocks (Fv: In Favor / Ag: Against); Fouls: Cm (Commited), Rv (Received); PIR: Performance Index Rating
JSF Nanterre
  Rebounds Blocks Fouls
# Player Min Pts 2FG 3FG FT O D T As St To Fv Ag Cm Rv PIR
7 MITCHELL, TASMIN 25:48 5 0/1 1/4 2/2 1 2 3 1 1       2 3 7
9 NZEULIE, JEREMY 20:17 15 2/4 3/3 2/2   2 2   1       1 2 17
10 INVERNIZZI, HUGO 7:00     0/1                       -1
14 JAITEH, MAM 22:50 15 6/9   3/4 2 6 8 3 2 2     4 4 22
22 ROBINSON, GERALD 35:36 24 6/11 2/5 6/7   3 3 8   2     2 8 30
24 RILEY, MYKAL 32:51 26 6/13 3/5 5/7 1 1 2 2 2 5 1     6 23
27 RAPOSO, FERNANDO 17:10   0/1     3 5 8 1   1 1   4   4
33 GREENE, BRIAN 13:44 2 1/4 0/1   2 2 4           4   -2
44 CAMPBELL, T.J. 24:44 8 1/1 2/7     2 2 2   1     5 2 3
55 RACINE, WARREN DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Team           1 3 4               4
Totals 200:00 95 22/44 11/26 18/22 10 26 36 17 6 11 2 0 22 25 107
        50% 42.3% 81.8%
Head coach: DONNADIEU, PASCAL

Head Coaches

FISCHER, MATHIAS
Telekom Baskets Bonn
"JSF played an excellent first quarter. We learned once again that you have to play perfect for 40 minutes if you want to have a chance to win. On this level it is not enough if you just play 30 minutes with your max intensity and concentration. Although we lost, one could see there was some sunshine for us: ball movement, rebounding the ball and spreading the offensive load with five players in double figures."
DONNADIEU, PASCAL
JSF Nanterre
"For us this game showed the progress we’re going through for the last couple weeks. We knew we still had a chance to advance to the second round if we won by a margin of at least 7 points, so we did our homework. There are many aspects from this game that we have to continue showing in the national stage from now on."

Players

CLARKE, ROTNEI
Telekom Baskets Bonn
"We started pretty rough, came back from the second quarter going forward and fought as a unit. In the end it was the little things that hurt us. Over the course of the game we made several defensive adjustments, but could not get a key stop when we needed one."
ROBINSON, GERALD
JSF Nanterre
"It was important for us to finish the Eurocup with a win. The international campaign is tough, especially on the road. If we had been ready for anything less than 40 minutes, Bonn would have knocked us off of our heels. For us it’s of high value to learn that you have to take care of small details, because one or two possessions can decide the outcome of a single game."
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