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Last 32 Round 1 - February 19, 2008 CET: 19:30 Local time: 19:30 - ARTLAND ARENA

Records

Ave.   Ave.
0-0 Final 0-0
0-0 Semi-Final 0-0
0-0 Quarter Final 0-0
0-0 Last 16 0-0
0-0 Last 32 0-0
5-5 Regular Season 8-2
5-5 Overall 8-2

Referees

Crew Chief
HIERREZUELO, DANI, Spain
Referee
BOLTAUZER, MATEJ, Slovenia
Umpire
JURAS, MARKO, Serbia

Team Stats

Ave.   Ave.
72.3 Points 79.2
27.3 Rebounds 33.4
7.1 O. Rebounds 11.1
20.2 D. Rebounds 22.3
11.9 Assists 14.4
8.8 Steals 12.6
1.4 Blocks 1.9
14.8 Turnovers 15.5
50.3 % 2PT 57.7 %
35.7 % 3PT 33.3 %
69.5 % FT 60.1 %
65.6 Index 89.5

Player Stats

Ave.   Ave.
13.9 / Chubb, A. Points 12.6 / ASKRABIC, O.
5.3 / Chubb, A. Rebounds 6.7 / ASKRABIC, O.
2.1 / Chubb, A. OR 1.8 / ASKRABIC, O.
3.4 / THOMAS, TERRANCE LAMAR DR 4.9 / ASKRABIC, O.
4.6 / Goldsberry Assists 3.6 / ASKRABIC, O.
1.7 / Goldsberry Steals 2.3 / Chatman
0.8 / FREIJE, MATTHEW WAYNE Blocks 0.7 / ASKRABIC, O.
2.1 / Rowland Turnovers 3.4 / Chatman
100.0 % / ROHDEWALD, JAN 2PT 66.7 % / ASKRABIC, O.
48.4 % / Goldsberry 3PT 50.0 % / Lyday
90.0 % / FREIJE, MATTHEW WAYNE FT 100.0 % / Vyaltsev
15.9 / Chubb, A. Index 18.7 / ASKRABIC, O.

THE TAKE

Artland Dragons hopes to continue its magical run into the Last 32 by upsetting Triumph Lyubertsy. After hot start, head coach Chris Fleming's Artland squeaked into the last 32 by beating BC Kyiv following four losses in the five previous games for a 5-5 record. The German three-guard lineup was the fourth-worst rebounding club in the ULEB Cup with just 27 rebounds per game, out-rebounding opponents just twice and struggling to a minus-59 total rebounding margin. Fleming's biggest weapon is center Adam Chubb, who averaged 13.9 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. Shooting guard Lamont McIntosh had 10.2 points while playmaker John Goldsberry added 6.6 points and 4.6 assists. Reserve shooting guard Jan Rohdewald proved a deadly marksman from outside, hitting 48% from three-point range and guard EJ Rowland provided a solid spark off the bench with 8.4 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.5 assists. Power forward Terrance Thomas was on and off all season, averaging 8.5 points and 3.9 rebounds and veteran power forward Darius Hall chipped in 7.2 points and 2.7 rebounds in 16 minutes. But a big help was the late season addition of power forward Leon Rodgers, who averaged 8 points and 7 rebounds in two games. Rodgers will need to step up his game if Artland want to surprise Triumph. Head coach Stanislav Eremin's Triumph Lyubertsy was one of the strongest teams all regular season, finishing with an 8-2 record. The Russian club shot an outstanding 58% from inside the arc and had a plus-36 total rebounding margin. But Eremin's nerves must have been shot all season watching his men shot a ULEB Cup-worst 60% from the free throw line. Guard Terrell Lyday led the way for Triumph with 15.3 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.3 assists off the bench while hitting 50% of his three-pointers. Power forward Ognjen Askrabic showed he can be a star, averaging 12.6 points, 6.7 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 1.2 steals. And Eremin's other main weapons were playmaker Mire Chatman 12.6 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 3.7 apg, 2.3spg), center Fedor Likholitov (6.8 ppg, 4.1 rpg) and center Uros Slokar (8.1 ppg, 4.8 rpg). And late season addition guard Kristaps Valters could prove to be a big help as well. This showdown will come down to Artland's ability - or lack thereof - to rebound. But Fleming hopes to keep things close and take advantage of that nightmare free throw percentage of Lyubertsy.
Monday, February 18, 2008
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Leon Rodgers - Artland DragonsThe Artland Dragons showed their power by downing Triumph Luybertsy 81-75 in the 1st leg of the ULEB Cup Last 32 round in Quakenbruck, Germany on Tuesday night. As such, the Dragons now have a six-point lead in the two-way series that now travel to the Moscow region for the 2nd leg next week, in which Triumph will have the home court advantage. Leon Rodgers paced the winners with 16 points. John Goldsberry added 14, Lamont McIntosh had 11 while Terrance Thomas and Earl Rowlands each got 10 for the Dragons. Mire Chatman had 16 points for Triumph, Igor Zamanskiy added 12 and Terrell Lyday 11. Fedor Likholitov and Lyday fueled a 0-10 run that gave the guests a 16-24 lead after 10 minutes. A put-back layup by Zamanskiy gave Triumph its biggest lead, 20-31, but Rodgers singlehandedly brought the Dragons within 31-36 at halftime. A four-point play by Chad Prewitt completed the hosts' comeback, 52-51, late in the third quarter. Triumph trailed all the way in the final 9 minutes, but free throws by Chatman and another basket by Zamanskiy brought the guests within 76-75 already in the final minute. Rodgers sank a key three-pointer while McIntosh added free throws to allow the Dragons to seal a big win in style.

Goldsberry opened the game with a layup-plus-foul while Rodgers added another basket for a 5-2 Dragons lead. It didn't last long, however, as Sergei Toporov followed a triple with a big basket or a 5-7 Triumph lead. Chubb stepped up with consecutive baskets while McIntosh stroke from downtown to put the Dragons back ahead, 12-11. Chubb scored again but Triumph soon improved its defense and regained the game momentum. Likholitov and Lyday fueled a 0-10 run that gave the guests a 14-21 margin. Even when Rowland scored for the Dragons, Fedor Dmitriev answered with a triple for a 16-24 Triumph lead after 10 minutes. Kristaps Valters opened the second quarter with free throws but Thomas and Rodgers brought the Dragons within 20-26. Triumph kept excelling in defense, while Uros Slokar buried his trademark triple and Zamanskiy added a put-back layup to make it an 11-point game, 20-31. Chubb and Thomas tired to bring the hosts back to life but Chatman followed a big basket with a three-pointer to keep Triumph way ahead, 26-36. The guests tried long possessions without much success. Meanwhile, Rodgers shined with 5 points, including a layup off his own missed free throw, to get the Dragons within 31-36 at halftime.

Darious Hall tried to ignit the Dragons' comeback after the break and even when Chatman buried a triple, Prewitt answered from downtown for a 36-39 deficit. Toporov stepped up with free throws and Slokar added a basket but the Dragons' shooters were on fire. Goldsberry buried consecutive triples to make it a one-point game, 43-44. Slokar and Dmitriev gave Triumph some fresh air, 44-48, but the Dragons were a different team in defense now. Rowland made foul shots to keep the hosts within 48-49. Lyday made free throws but Prewitt simply took over with a wild four-point play that completed the Dragons' comeback, 52-51. A final basket by Zamanskiy restored a 52-53 Triumph edge after 30 minutes. Goldsberry nailed another three-pointer while Thomas scored off a steal for a 57-54 Triumph edge early in the fourth quarter. Lyday and Ognjen Askrabic tried to change things for Triumph but a triple by McIntosh and a key basket by Hall kept the Dragons ahead, 64-59, midway through the fourth quarter. Lyday stepped up with a layup-plus-foul while Zamanskiy scored again to keep Triumph within 67-64. Rowland hit foul shots, McIntosh sank a triple and by the time Rodgers scored again, Artland had a 74-68 margin. Chatman brought Triumph back in the game while Zamanskiy made it a one-point game, 76-75. Rodgers buried a triple to seal the outcome down the stretch while free throws by McIntosh gave the hosts an important lead in the series.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008
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Referees: HIERREZUELO, DANI (ESP), BOLTAUZER, MATEJ (SLO), JURAS, MARKO (SRB)
Attendance: 3000
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Head coach: FLEMING, CHRIS
Artland Dragons
# Player Min Pts 2FG
M-A
3FG
M-A
FT
M-A
Rebounds As St To Bl Fouls PIR
O D T Fv Ag Cm Rv
4 ROWLAND, EARL 26:48 10 3/5   4/4   5 5 1   2     5 2 9
5 GOLDSBERRY, JOHN 27:03 14 1/1 3/5 3/3 2 1 3 5 2 2     2 5 23
7 CHUBB, ADAM 16:47 7 3/7   1/2 2 3 5 1   1   1 5 1 2
8 MCINTOSH, LAMONT 29:27 11 0/2 3/5 2/2       1   2     2 2 6
9 JOHNSON, PAUL 0:34                              
10 ROHDEWALD, JAN 2:30                         1   -1
11 HALL, DARIUS 20:33 6 2/5   2/3 1 2 3     5   1 5 2 -4
13 PREWITT, CHAD 20:58 7 0/1 2/5 1/1 2 1 3 1 1       4 4 8
14 JARCHOW, AXEL DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
21 RODGERS, LEON 30:38 16 4/8 1/4 5/6   7 7     2   1 3 3 12
24 THOMAS, TERRANCE 24:42 10 4/6   2/2 1 2 3   1 1     2 2 11
Team           1 3 4               4
Totals 200:00 81 17/35 9/19 20/23 9 24 33 9 4 15 0 3 29 21 70
48.6% 47.4% 87%
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
Head coach: EREMIN, STANISLAV
Triumph Lyubertsy
# Player Min Pts 2FG
M-A
3FG
M-A
FT
M-A
Rebounds As St To Bl Fouls PIR
O D T Fv Ag Cm Rv
6 LYDAY, TERRELL 26:30 11 3/6 0/2 5/5   2 2   1 2     2 2 7
7 ZAMANSKIY, IGOR 17:26 12 6/9 0/2 0/1 1   1       1   3 2 7
8 KOMAROVSKIY, ANDREY DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
9 VYALTSEV, EGOR 9:05     0/1   1   1 1 2 1     3 2 1
10 SLOKAR, UROS 17:52 8 2/4 1/3 1/2 1 3 4 1   1     3 1 5
12 DMITRIEV, FEDOR 20:29 5 1/2 1/3 0/2 1   1   2 1     1 2 3
14 ASKRABIC, OGNJEN 20:31 5 2/5 0/3 1/2 3 1 4 1   1     4 2  
15 TOPOROV, SERGEY 28:01 7 1/3 1/3 2/2 1 2 3 1     1   2 3 9
20 KROTENKOV, IGOR DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
21 LIKHOLITOV, FEDOR 14:13 6 3/4   0/3 1 1 2 1   2 1   1 2 5
31 VALTERS, KRISTAPS 19:41 5 1/1 0/1 3/4   3 3 2   4     2 1 3
32 CHATMAN, MIRE 26:12 16 2/3 2/2 6/8   3 3 1 1 2     3 2 15
Team           2 3 5               5
Totals 200:00 75 21/37 5/20 18/29 11 18 29 8 6 14 3 0 24 19 60
56.8% 25% 62.1%
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Head Coaches

FLEMING, CHRIS
Artland Dragons
"I am very glad that we won this game. We played against a very good team today. We had some problems in the first half to get adjusted to their strong physical way to play. Triumph passed the ball better than we did. In the second half we defended better and especially in the fourth quarter controlled the boards and hit our shots. It will be a very tough game in Moscow, because Triumph is a team that will punish our mistakes with easy points."
EREMIN, STANISLAV
Triumph Lyubertsy
"We prepared very well for the Artland Dragons and watched a lot of video tapes. Especially Leon Rodgers and Chad Prewitt improved a lot. They made a really good job today. In the first half we played good but in the second half the Dragons played a better defense. I think that E.J. Rowland was their key player to the victory. Six points are not much of a difference, but we have to prepare very well for the game in Russia."

Players

RODGERS, LEON
Artland Dragons
"We played with a big heart tonight. We are a very deep team, probably the deepest I have played with in Europe so far. We can do a lot of big things. The stage is set, so we got to see what we are able to do. I wasn't concerned when our both centers Hall and Chubb fouled out, because I knew that Chad Prewitt and me could do the job as well."
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