October 02, 2014
Last 16 Round 1 - March 11, 2008 CET: 19:00 Local time: 19:00 - BASKETBALL HALL JAZINE

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
1-1 Last 32 1-1
6-4 Regular Season 8-2
7-5 Overall 9-3

Referees

Crew Chief
ZAVLANOS, NIKOLAOS, Greece
Referee
PILIPAUSKAS, KESTUTIS, Lithuania
Umpire
PATERNICO, CARMELO, Italy

Team Stats

Ave.   Ave.
83.9 Points 78.3
32.8 Rebounds 29.6
9.3 O. Rebounds 8.9
23.4 D. Rebounds 20.7
14.3 Assists 16.3
11.8 Steals 7.3
2.8 Blocks 3.8
13.3 Turnovers 13.3
54.9 % 2PT 52.7 %
39.5 % 3PT 39.2 %
69.2 % FT 71.8 %
95.5 Index 85.2

Player Stats

Ave.   Ave.
15.1 / BREWER, COREY Points 15.6 / DOUGLAS, RUBEN
7.3 / Gecevski Rebounds 5.6 / MILOJEVIC, D.
2.5 / STIMAC, ANDREJ OR 2.0 / MILOJEVIC, D.
5.7 / Gecevski DR 3.6 / MILOJEVIC, D.
3.6 / BREWER, COREY Assists 5.3 / WILLIAMS, SHAMMOND
1.9 / BREWER, COREY Steals 1.1 / WILLIAMS, SHAMMOND
1.2 / Gecevski Blocks 1.1 / Barac
3.2 / BREWER, COREY Turnovers 2.2 / WILLIAMS, SHAMMOND
66.0 % / STIMAC, ANDREJ 2PT 63.0 % / MILOJEVIC, D.
80.0 % / PROSTRAN, TONI 3PT 61.5 % / TIMINSKAS, MINDAUGAS
100.0 % / Stipcevic FT 100.0 % / URTASUN, ALEJANDRO
16.8 / Gecevski Index 14.3 / WILLIAMS, SHAMMOND

THE TAKE

Zadar's road to Turin will go through Pamesa Valencia as it hosts the ULEB Cup Last 16 first leg. Head coach Aleksandar Petrovic's Zadar reached the Last 16 by holding off Azovmash Mariupol - losing the first leg on the road by 2 points but winning by 17 at home. Petrovic's Croatian side saw three players average more than 14 points per game - shooting guard Julius Johnson (16 ppg), point guard Corey Brewer (15 ppg) and small forward Shamell Stallworth (14 ppg). Plus center Todor Gecevski chipped in 10 ppg and 9.5 rpg and power forward Andrej Stimac added 9.5 ppg and 4 rpg. Petrovic has to worry a bit about his team's shooting - 43% from the field and just 64% from the free throw line. But Zadar committed just 8 turnovers per game over the two-game set. The key for Zadar is to get a victory at home. Pamesa Valencia meanwhile moved into the Last 16 despite losing the first leg by 11 points at Panionios, winning the home leg by 21 points. Head coach Fotios Katsikaris got a great showing from his back court as shooting guard Ruben Douglas averaged 21.5 ppg while playmaker Shammond Williams had 17 ppg and 3.5 apg. And the main change from the first and second game was the offensive improvement of guard Albert Oliver, center Albert Miralles and veteran forward Dejan Milojevic - all of whom scored over 12 points after combining for 3 points in the first leg. All told, Katsikaris's team shot 51% from the floor in the second game after hitting just 35% in the opener.
Monday, March 10, 2008
ULEBCup.com

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Jere Macura - Zadar A pair of last minute three-pointers from Todor Gecevski and Pankracije Barac gave KK Zadar a 74-69 victory over Pamesa Valencia in the teams' Last 16, first leg duel on Tuesday night at Jazine Basketball Hall in Zadar, Croatia. The hosts led for much of the game and headed into the fourth quarter up 9, but an offensive collapse allowed Pamesa to open the final period with a 0-8 run and eventually take the lead. However the visitors also seemed to get cold with the game on the line and Zadar's late triples give the team a 5-point advantage to work with in next week’s return leg in Valencia. The aggregate winner of the series advances to the first-ever ULEB Cup Final Eight in April in Torino, Italy. Shamell Stallworth, who paced Zadar early with 11 first-quarter points, led Zadar with 19 points. Gecevski added 14 and Jere Macura recorded a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Shammond Williams paced Pamesa with 19 points, Dejan Milojevic scored 12 and Ruben Douglas had 10.

Gecevski got Zadar on the board first, but Fred House quickly matched him as the game got off to a fast-paced and high-scoring start. The teams seemed to score on enarly every possession in the early going, with Milojevic giving Pamesa its first lead at 7-8. Stallworth’s first three followed by a Macura bucket made it 17-13, but the visitors came right back with a 0-6 spurt on a House three-point play and a Douglas triple. Another Stallworth triple put the hosts back on top. Corey Brewer and Williams then traded threes before Stallworth’s third triple of the opening period and his only two-pointer gave Zadar a 28-24 lead after 10 minutes. Pamesa drew fouls and Douglas and Williams combined for 5 free throws as the visitors went ahead 30-31 early in the second period, however a Jure Lalic three-point play and a Macura basket kept Zadar ahead. Albert Oliver converted a three-point play of his own to bring Valencia within 1 only to see Pankracije Barac step up with a triple and then add a pair of free throws on the next trip downcourt as the hosts surged ahead 42-34. An Andrej Stimac bucket soon stretched the lead to 9, but points from big Stanko Barac and Oliver helped Pamesa cut the gap to 46-40 at halftime.

Dejan Milojevic - Pamesa ValenciaStanko Barac and Milojevic started the second half in style as Pamesa climbed within 3. Still Stallworth and Gecevski responded to keep Zadar in front. Against the rhythm of the game, Zadar picked up its intensity again and baskets by Brewer from downtown, Gecevski and Macura increased the margin to 62-53. Ruben Rarces free throws and a Stallworth basket made it 64-55 heading into the fourth quarter. Pamesa came out firing for the last 10 minutes as baskets from Douglas, Milojevic, House and Douglas again on consecutive possessions carried the visitors back within a single point. After over three minutes without a point, Stallworth got Zadar a basket only to see Williams tie the game at 66-66 with a nifty three-point play. As the pressure mounted, Pamesa joined Zadar in a poor-shooting display. The two teams missed the next 8 shots before Stallworth came through. However Oliver stepped up with a big triple that gave Pamesa its first lead since early in the second period, 68-69. Gecevski and Pankracije Barac answered from downtown with clutch triples that allowed Zadar to hold a 74-69 lead at the midway point of the two-game series.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008
ULEBcup.com
Referees: ZAVLANOS, NIKOLAOS (GRE), PILIPAUSKAS, KESTUTIS (LTU), PATERNICO, CARMELO (ITA)
Attendance: 3000
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Zadar28181810
Pamesa Valencia24161514
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Zadar28466474
Pamesa Valencia24405569
Head coach: PETROVIC, ALEKSANDAR
Zadar
# 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
5 STALLWORTH, SHAMELL 33:38 19 5/7 3/6 0/1 1 3 4 3 1 3 1   2 3 20
6 STIPCEVIC, ROK 7:56   0/1           1         2   -2
7 BARAC, PANKRACIJE 15:12 8 0/3 2/2 2/2 1 2 3 4 1 3       1 11
8 JOHNSON, JUBY 32:51 3 0/1 1/3     4 4 1 1   1   3   4
10 PROSTRAN, TONI DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
11 GECEVSKI, TODOR 23:40 14 3/5 2/7 2/3   3 3 1   2     1 3 10
12 MARCINKOVIC, PAVLE DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
14 LALIC, JURE 16:04 5 2/3 0/1 1/2 2 5 7     4     1 3 7
15 MACURA, JERE 30:38 12 6/10     4 7 11   1 4   2 2 1 13
19 STIMAC, ANDREJ 9:05 4 2/2       1 1 1         3   3
31 BREWER, COREY 30:56 9 1/8 2/5 1/1   2 2 4 2 1     4 5 7
Team                                
Totals 200:00 74 19/40 10/24 6/9 8 27 35 15 6 17 2 2 18 16 73
47.5% 41.7% 66.7%
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: KATSIKARIS, FOTIOS
Pamesa Valencia
# 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 OLIVER, ALBERT 16:23 9 2/3 1/2 2/3   3 3 1 1 1     2 3 11
5 DOUGLAS, RUBEN 33:02 10 2/4 1/7 3/3 1 2 3 1   5     1 3 3
6 AVRAMOV, BOZHIDAR DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
9 CLAVER, VICTOR 16:24 4 2/3 0/2   1 2 3   1       1   4
10 WILLIAMS, SHAMMOND 31:41 19 1/3 4/7 5/5   3 3 3 2 1     2 4 23
13 MIRALLES, ALBERT 10:21   0/2       1 1 1   1 1   2   -2
21 HOUSE, FRED 30:44 9 4/5 0/2 1/1 3 4 7 2 3 1     1 2 18
24 GARCES, RUBEN 18:39 2 0/6   2/2   5 5         2   3 2
31 MILOJEVIC, DEJAN 23:23 12 2/6 2/3 2/3   6 6 1 1 2     3 3 12
33 URTASUN, ALEX 1:37     0/1                       -1
41 TIMINSKAS, MINDAUGAS 7:06     0/2                   2   -4
42 BARAC, STANKO 10:40 4 2/2 0/1   1   1     3 1   2    
Team                                
Totals 200:00 69 15/34 8/27 15/17 6 26 32 9 8 14 2 2 16 18 66
44.1% 29.6% 88.2%
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Head Coaches

PETROVIC, ALEKSANDAR
Zadar
"The same way that I said before the game that winning by 12-13 points at home might not be enough for us to advance, I cannot say that I am not completely unsatisfied with the result today. I think that we will also give all our energy in the next 40 minutes in Valencia. I think that we still have our chances, maybe even more, because we didn't know what to expect before the game due to our recent losses. Instead, we played another great game in European competitions, at least for 30 minutes. It is a shame that we lacked concentration, especially in crucial moments, such as when we had a nine-point lead. Pamesa is the kind of team that you never know how they are going to react. Congratulations to my players for this win."
KATSIKARIS, FOTIOS
Pamesa Valencia
"It was a tough game for us. We knew that Zadar is a team hard to play on the road. It is also a very good, aggressive, dangerous team to play due to its shooters. We did not have a strong start and that made the difference. We played very slow and our main problem came in the second quarter. We could not find the way to attack the basket and opted to shoot a lot of three-point shots, something we should not have done. I hope that we will play better in Valencia that we did tonight. We have chances to make it to the Final Four, but it will be difficult, just as today."
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