October 30, 2014
Last 32 Round 2 - February 26, 2008 CET: 17:00 Local time: 19:00 - "TRIUMPH" SPORTS PALACE

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
0-1 Last 32 1-0
8-2 Regular Season 5-5
8-3 Overall 6-5

Referees

Crew Chief
AMOROS, XAVIER, Spain
Referee
KOLAR, ROMAN, Slovenia
Umpire
LEFWERTH, OSCAR, Sweden

Team Stats

Ave.   Ave.
78.8 Points 73.1
33.0 Rebounds 27.8
11.1 O. Rebounds 7.3
21.9 D. Rebounds 20.5
13.8 Assists 11.6
12.0 Steals 8.4
2.0 Blocks 1.3
15.4 Turnovers 14.8
57.6 % 2PT 50.1 %
32.6 % 3PT 36.7 %
60.3 % FT 71.2 %
86.8 Index 66.0

Player Stats

Ave.   Ave.
14.8 / Lyday Points 13.2 / Chubb, A.
6.5 / ASKRABIC, O. Rebounds 5.3 / Chubb, A.
1.9 / ASKRABIC, O. OR 2.1 / Chubb, A.
4.5 / ASKRABIC, O. DR 3.3 / THOMAS, TERRANCE LAMAR
3.4 / ASKRABIC, O. Assists 4.6 / Goldsberry
2.2 / Chatman Steals 1.7 / Goldsberry
0.6 / ASKRABIC, O. Blocks 0.8 / FREIJE, MATTHEW WAYNE
3.3 / Chatman Turnovers 2.3 / HALL, DARIUS
65.0 % / ASKRABIC, O. 2PT 100.0 % / ROHDEWALD, JAN
47.2 % / Lyday 3PT 50.0 % / Goldsberry
100.0 % / Vyaltsev FT 90.0 % / FREIJE, MATTHEW WAYNE
17.0 / ASKRABIC, O. Index 14.5 / Chubb, A.

THE TAKE

Triumph Lyubertsy looks to end Artland Dragons' fairy tale run in the ULEB Cup Last 32 but will have to reverse an 81-75 loss as it returns to its home court. Head coach Stanislav Eremin's Triumph was held to just 5-of-20 (25%) from long range and made just 18-of-29 (62%) from the free throw line in losing in Germany. Playmaker Mire Chatman was the only starter to find a rhythm offensively with 16 points. Forward Sergey Toporov (7 points) and center Ognjen Askrabic (5) were both held well below their averages though reserve guard Terrell Lyday scored 11 points and forward Igor Zamanskiv added 12 off the bench. Returning to Russia to play at home will help Eremin's team. But Triumph will have to shoot the ball better from the outside. Its defense did force Artland 15 turnovers, which could be enough with a repeat game in the return leg. Artland head coach Chris Fleming meanwhile has to be pleased his team grabbed the critical home win - and with a decent point difference. The team overcame a big Triumph first quarter (24-16 lead for Lyuberty) and settled down to win the final three quarters. Dragons shot 48% for the game and 20-23 (87%) from the free throw line while also out-rebounding Triumph 33-29. Small Leon Rodgers continued his excellent play with 16 points and 7 rebounds while playmaker John Goldsberry had 14 points and 5 assists. Fleming also got 11 points from shooting guard Lamont McIntosh and 10 from reserve guard EJ Rowland. Center Adam Chubb slumped to just 7 points (7 below his average) and will undoubtedly bounce back. And Fleming has to be pleased knowing that. But Artland needs to handle the ball better. It will also have to realize that Triumph will make a series of runs and Dragons has to keep its cool and fight through them to reach a Last 16 with either Unics Kazan or Turk Telekom.
Monday, February 25, 2008
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Adam Chubb - Artland DragonsThe Artland Dragons advanced to the Last 16 round despite losing 82-80 at Triumph Lyubertsy on Tuesday night. The ULEB Cup debutants moved on thanks to an 81-75 victory in the first leg last week in Germany. In the Last 16, Artland will face the winners between the series pitting Turk Teleokm Ankara against Unics Kazan with the first leg scheduled for March 11. After 30 close minutes in which the Dragons always had the edge, Triumph burst to a 68-61 early in the last period. However the Dragons answered with a 2-9 run to tie the score at 70-70, and from that point the teams exchanged slim leads. Kristaps Valters gave an 82-77 cushion and hope to the hosts with seconds to go, but Artland scored three of his four attempts from the foul line to seal their qualification. The hero was Adam Chubb, who finished 30 points on 11-of-16 two-point shooting and 8 rebounds. Leon Rodgers added 16 points and Chad Prewitt 10. Ognjen Askrabic and Fedro Dmitriev drilled 14 points apiece for Triumph Lyubertsy, Valters had 13 with 6 assists, Terrel Lyday 13 and Mire Chatman 12.

Andrey Komarovskiy hit from downtown to give an early 5-2 margin to the hosts, but Artland answered with a 0-9 run capped by Rodgers from mid range to go up 6. Komarovskiy nailed another three-pointer only to see Chubb from the foul line gave a 13-19 cushion to Artland. Prewitt and Darius Hall kept the visitors up 18-24 before Valters from downtown fixed the score at 21-24 at the end of the first quarter. Igor Zamanskiy and Lyday pushed Triumph in front early in the second quarter, but Rodgers scored 6 in a row and Hall capped a 0-8 run to give to Artland a slim 28-32 cushion. Fedor Dmitriev from beyond the arc fueled the hopes of Triumph and Chatman from the foul line put the hosts up 37-36. A three-point-play converted by Chubb gave Artland a 37-39 margin at halftime.

The Ddragons maintained a slim cushion back from the lockers with Prewitt scoring from mid range for a 41-45 advantage. Lyday sounded the charge scoring from long distance, but Chubb converted another three-point-play. Valters tied it at 48-48 from the line, then Rodgers and Dmitriev exchanged three pointers and Goldsberry and Lyday made it 53-53. Valters remained hot from downtown, giving a 56-53 advantage to Triumph, but Artland did not give up, taking again the lead with Hall at 56-57 before Lyday assisted from Valters made it 59-57 at the end of the third quarter. Rodgers tied the score opening the last quarter, but Chatman from downtown soon gave to Triumph a 7-point margin – enough to qualify. Lamont McIntosh responded by capping a 2-9 partial to tie the score at 70-70 with four minutes left in the match. Prewitt put in front again the guests 72-73, Chubb extended from the foul line to 72-75. Triumph tied with a basket and additional free throw by Ognjen Askrabic. He gave a 79-77 advantage to the hosts entering in the last minute and when Goldsberry committed an unsportmanlike foul, Valters missed one of his free throws, but nailed a mid-range jumper to get to 82-77. Prewitt did not score his attempt from beyond the arc and Valters had a chance to get his team back to +7, but he missed and then Prewitt was perfect from the free throw line to go on 82-80 and seal an historical qualification for the Dragons.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008
ULEBcup.com
Referees: AMOROS, XAVIER (ESP), KOLAR, ROMAN (SLO), LEFWERTH, OSCAR (SWE)
Attendance: 4000
By Quarter1234
Triumph Lyubertsy21162223
Artland Dragons24151823
End of Quarter1234
Triumph Lyubertsy21375982
Artland Dragons24395780
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 29:24 13 4/7 1/4 2/3 1 1 2 2 1 1     4 5 11
7 ZAMANSKIY, IGOR 23:19 5 1/3 1/2   1   1 1 1 1     1 1 4
8 KOMAROVSKIY, ANDREY 8:15 6   2/2   1   1     1     2   4
9 VYALTSEV, EGOR 12:26               1   1     1   -1
10 SLOKAR, UROS 11:18     0/2     3 3   1 2     5   -5
11 KHLOPONIN, DENIS DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
12 DMITRIEV, FEDOR 16:22 14 1/1 4/5   1 4 5 1 1 1 1   1   19
14 ASKRABIC, OGNJEN 26:59 14 5/10 0/2 4/4   4 4 1 4 1     4 2 13
20 KROTENKOV, IGOR 12:16 5 1/1   3/4 2   2           1 2 7
21 LIKHOLITOV, FEDOR 8:22           1 1     3 1   3   -4
31 VALTERS, KRISTAPS 23:53 13 2/3 2/5 3/4   1 1 6 1 2     3 5 16
32 CHATMAN, MIRE 27:26 12 2/6 1/2 5/6       1 1 3   1 1 7 10
Team                   4           4
Totals 200:00 82 16/31 11/24 17/21 6 14 20 13 14 16 2 1 26 22 78
51.6% 45.8% 81%
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: 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 24:47 2 0/3 0/1 2/2 1 2 3 3   4     4 1 -3
5 GOLDSBERRY, JOHN 35:22 9 4/4 0/1 1/2 1 3 4 2 1 2     4 6 14
6 FEIST, HENDRIK DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
7 CHUBB, ADAM 30:54 30 11/16   8/8 4 4 8 1 1 5     2 6 34
8 MCINTOSH, LAMONT 32:26 7 2/3 1/4     1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 4 6
9 JOHNSON, PAUL DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
10 ROHDEWALD, JAN 3:07     0/1   1   1           1   -1
11 HALL, DARIUS 9:06 6 2/2   2/4 1   1           4 3 4
13 PREWITT, CHAD 29:20 10 1/1 2/4 2/2   7 7     2 1   3 2 13
21 RODGERS, LEON 19:46 16 3/5 2/3 4/6   4 4 1       1 3 3 15
24 THOMAS, TERRANCE 15:12   0/4       1 1   3 3     2   -5
Team                   3           3
Totals 200:00 80 23/38 5/14 19/24 8 22 30 8 9 18 2 2 25 25 80
60.5% 35.7% 79.2%
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FLEMING, CHRIS
Artland Dragons
"We did very well in the first quarter, both offensively and defensively. We have experienced players that can calm down their nerves, so I wasn't concerned about that in the entire game. We face Unics Kazan in the next round. That is OK, as apparently, Russian teams suit us completely well."
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