2014-15Regular SeasonRound 6
November 18, 2014 CET: 20:30
Local time: 20:30 PALAIS DES SPORTS MARCEL CERDAN

Team Stats

Ave.   Ave.
74.6 Points 83.6
38.0 Rebounds 28.4
8.8 O. Rebounds 5.6
29.2 D. Rebounds 22.8
18.0 Assists 18.2
5.6 Steals 6.0
3.0 Blocks 1.0
12.6 Turnovers 14.4
44.6 % 2PT 54.8 %
41.9 % 3PT 46.4 %
73.2 % FT 90.7 %
82.4 Index 95.0

Player Stats

Ave.   Ave.
13.0 / Schilb Points 17.4 / Goudling
8.2 / Ford Rebounds 5.5 / Katic
2.2 / Ford OR 2.0 / Katic
6.0 / Ford DR 3.5 / Katic
6.4 / Green Assists 5.0 / Llompart
1.2 / Schilb Steals 1.5 / Norel
1.0 / Labeyrie Blocks 0.4 / Sastre
2.4 / Green Turnovers 2.8 / Landry
70.0 % / Labeyrie 2PT 79.2 % / Katic
100.0 % / Mutuale 3PT 60.0 % / Sastre
100.0 % / Ndoye FT 100.0 % / Goudling
14.8 / Green Index 17.8 / Jelovac

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
2-3 Regular Season 2-3
2-3 Overall 2-3

Referees

Crew Chief
BIRICIK, MURAT, Turkey
Referee
RUTESIC, ZDRAVKO, Montenegro
Umpire
MARTOLINI, ALESSANDRO, Italy

The Take

In what could be a key game in the battle for a place in the Last 32, Paris Levallois (2-3) hosts CAI Zaragoza (2-3) to open the Group A action on Tuesday. Paris has won both of its home games this season, while CAI has suffered three road losses. The first matchup between them went CAI's way, 77-76. Brose Baskets Bamberg (3-2) hopes to continue its dominance on the home floor when Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia (1-4) comes to town. The visitors have dropped four in a row since edging Bamberg in the opener 70-67. Meanwhile, Bamberg is undefeated at home, winning by the margins of 25, 26 and 16 points, respectively. In a high-profile showdown, group leader Strasbourg (4-1), looking to start another win-streak after falling from the ranks of unbeaten last week, welcomes Telekom Baskets Bonn (3-2). The winner of its last three games, Bonn will be hoping to avenge opening round loss. Strasbourg won that game 83-86 on Antoine Diot’s three-pointer at the buzzer.
Monday, November 17, 2014
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Quotes Head Coaches

RUIZ, JOAQUIN
CAI Zaragoza
"If we win it would be almost definitive, but things won't get solved until the last day. They won well in Strasbourg but lost to Chalon in the French League, It's a bit surprising. They have an irregular season both athome and in Europe. Let's see what team we find. They have three players that stand out: Mike Smith, Blake Schilb and Sharrod Ford. They have lots of quality and the other players are the great team complements. At home I think they can be competitive."

Players

LLOMPART, PEDRO
CAI Zaragoza
"I think tha winning on the road can give us the perfect edge, with the regularity we have at home. Everything is so balanced that a road win can be crucial. Let's hope we win in Paris. Somehowe, in the Eurocup we lost a couple close games, this is different than the Spanish League. This is more physical and there's lots of balance among the teams, plus when they play at home they get the extra oomph they need."
Paris Levallois holds on for crucial victory over CAI Zaragoza

Blake Schilb - Paris Levallois - EC14 (photo Paris Levallois)

Paris Levallois edged CAI Zaragoza 90-87 for a crucial group A victory on Tuesday in the French capital. Blake Schilb starred with 25 points and Mike Green amassed 17 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists for the winners, who improved to 3-3. CAI dropped to 2-4 with the loss. Green and Paris started hot, racing out to a 29-15 lead before Stevan Jelovac and Rasko Katic scored all of CAI’s points in a 4-16 charge that carried the visitors back into the game. It was 44-43 at halftime and the team’s traded leads in the third before Paris ended the quarter on a 7-0 run for a 70-63 lead on a Schilb three. CAI got within2 in the closing seconds, but missed shots to go ahead and to tie as Paris held on for the victory. Sharrod Ford added 15 points and Mlaye Ndoye 10 for Paris. Katic and Jelovac finished with 15 each for CAI. Chris Goulding scored 14, Kevin Lisch totaled 13 points and 7 assists, Pere Tomas netted 12 points and Marcus Landry 11.

Paris started strong as Green nailed a three, came up with a steal and sank free throws to make it 5-0. Schilb added a triple before Tomas scored twice for Zaragoza to trim the gap to 8-6. The hosts did not let down with Ford scoring a basket-plus-foul and Nicolas Lang connecting on a three-pointer. Landing Sane scored twice to make it 18-10 midway through the quarter. Tomas remained CAI’s go-to guy with a bucket on the offensive glass and 2 free throws. Ndoye heated up with a pair of threes to give the hosts a double-digit lead, 26-15. Green added a three-point play before Jelovac’s three-pointer and Katic inside helped keep CAI in the picture at 31-20 after 10 minutes. That duo took over for the visitors with another Jelovac triple and Katic scoring from Jelovac’s assist. After Green’s layup, Katic scored 4 more points and Jelovac drew CAI within 33-31. Dionte Christmas’s steal led to a Schilb layup. Green added a layup and then a steal for a Ford bucket to get in front by 5. Free throws by Goulding and Jelovac narrowed to gap again and Lisch made it 41-40 from the line. Schilb answered with a three, but Landry matched him to make it 44-43 at the break.

Lisch drained a pair of threes early in the second half. The first tied the game and the second gave CAI a 48-49 lead. The lead went back and forth on threes from Schilb and Goulding. Sane nailed a triple to put the hosts up 4, but CAI reeled off three quick baskets to lead 58-60 and Henk Norel’s jumper. Ford countered for Paris before Goulding tied the score at 63-63 with his second three of the night. Paris finished the quarter with an open 7-0 run that included Schilb’s fourth three of the game. Pedro Llompart nailed a three to start the fourth quarter and bring CAI within 70-66. Schilb scored twice to keep Paris ahead, but a Landry three made it 74-72. Green hit a big three with five minutes to go to give the hosts an 8-point cushion. Jelovac and Landry soon had CAI back within a shot. Baskets by Christmas and Schilb protected the lead. Lisch free throws made it 84-79 with a minute to go. Tomas closed the gap to 2 and Lisch had chances to win it or tie it in the closing seconds, but missed twice.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
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Referees: BIRICIK, MURAT (TUR), RUTESIC, ZDRAVKO (MNE), MARTOLINI, ALESSANDRO (ITA)
Attendance: 1000 (Tentative)
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Paris Levallois31132620
CAI Zaragoza20232024
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Paris Levallois31447090
CAI Zaragoza20436387
Paris Levallois
  Rebounds Blocks Fouls
# Player Min Pts 2FG 3FG FT O D T As St To Fv Ag Cm Rv PIR
5 FORD, SHARROD 19:16 15 6/8   3/5 3 3 6       3   5 4 19
6 NDOYE, MALEYE 14:19 10 2/3 2/3     3 3 1   1     1   10
7 LABEYRIE, LOUIS 16:09 7 3/6   1/1 5 3 8   1 1 1   3 1 11
8 COROSINE, XAVIER 2:00                         1   -1
9 LANG, NICOLAS 12:37 3 0/1 1/3     1 1           2   -1
10 ONIANGUE, GIOVAN 8:41     0/1     2 2 1             2
11 GREEN, MIKE 38:14 17 4/11 2/6 3/3 1 7 8 8 2 4   2 2 4 20
14 JEAN-BAPTISTE-ADOLPHE, MICHEL 20:18 2 0/2   2/2 1 3 4 2   2     2 3 5
18 MUTUALE, MALELA DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
19 SANE, LANDING 23:37 9 3/5 1/4   1 2 3 2   1 4   3   9
21 SCHILB, BLAKE 33:11 25 6/9 4/6 1/2 2 4 6 4   2     2 5 30
25 CHRISTMAS, DIONTE 11:38 2 1/3 0/1     1 1 3 1 1     3    
Team           2 2 4     1         3
Totals 200:00 90 25/48 10/24 10/13 15 31 46 21 4 13 8 2 24 17 107
        52.1% 41.7% 76.9%
Head coach: BEUGNOT, GREGOR
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
CAI Zaragoza
  Rebounds Blocks Fouls
# Player Min Pts 2FG 3FG FT O D T As St To Fv Ag Cm Rv PIR
5 GARCIA, SERGI 0:14                              
10 LISCH, KEVIN 23:45 13 1/2 2/3 5/8 1   1 7     1   3 8 22
12 LLOMPART, PEDRO 19:38 3 0/1 1/1     3 3 7   1     2 1 10
14 KATIC, RASKO 21:20 15 5/11   5/8 2 3 5 2 1 3   2 1 5 13
15 SASTRE, JOAN 16:06   0/1 0/1   1 1 2 2         1   1
19 TOMAS, PERE 28:46 12 5/7 0/1 2/3 3 3 6 2 2     2 4 4 16
24 LANDRY, MARCUS 26:16 11 1/6 3/8     4 4 1 1 1 1 2 1   4
25 NOREL, HENK 11:50 4 2/5           3       1 2 1 2
31 FONTET, ALBERT DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
42 FOTU, ISAAC DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
43 GOULDING, CHRIS 31:45 14 3/4 2/7 2/2 1 2 3 3 3 2       3 18
89 JELOVAC, STEVAN 20:20 15 3/6 2/5 3/4   2 2 1 1 1   1 3 2 9
Team           5 2 7               7
Totals 200:00 87 20/43 10/26 17/25 13 20 33 28 8 8 2 8 17 24 102
        46.5% 38.5% 68%
Head coach: RUIZ, JOAQUIN

Head Coaches

BEUGNOT, GREGOR
Paris Levallois
"We have to win all our games in Paris to qualify to the Last 32. All our games at home will be important. It’s good to get the win tonight. We fought hard and that’s the most important thing."
RUIZ, JOAQUIN
CAI Zaragoza
"Congratulations to Paris. We started the game very badly, so it was difficult to come back afterwards. But the team fought well and that's good for the rest of the competition."
LISCH, KEVIN
CAI Zaragoza
"It was an interesting finish of the game. We fought hard, we got ourselves behind, but it was a big thing to stay in the game until the last second. "
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