17.01.2009 · 00:00
Lasme 4th in shot blocking category, Tepic 9th in
Euroleague has announced the stats by categories after Round Robin stage (1st round) of the competition. Partizan is in 21st place with combined efficiency rating of 699. The black and whites averaged a 70.6 points per game while shooting 51% for two and 34% for three points, the free throw percentage was at 70%. Our club took 1st place in offensive rebounds category with a total of 133, in the rebounding category we're 5th with a total of 354. If we take a look at rebounds per game average, Partizan is tied for 2nd place with Maccabi, Barcelona and Nancy with a 35 rebounds per game. Partizan is in 1st place with 260 personal fouls committed, Partizan sits in 4th place with 223 fouls suffered. In individual categories the ones that stood out were Milenko Tepic and Stephane Lasme, they ranked high in assists, rebounding and shot blocking categories. In the free throws category the most successful was Drake Diener from Avelino, he sank all of his 18 free throw attempts in his 10 games played. Aleksandar Rasic takes 29th place with percentage at 86.36 (19-22) In the shot blocking category Stephane Lasme is ranked 4th with a 1.6 blocks per game average. Slavko Vranes is in 10th place with 12 blocks in 10 games, 1.2 blocks per game. The 1st place is reserved for Loren Woods from Zalgiris with a 2.38 blocks per game average. The assist leader of the 1st stage is Olympiacos' Theo Papaloukas with 5 assists per game. Milenko Tepic found his place in the top ten (9th place) with 3.7 assists per game, whilst Aleksandar Rasic took 26th place with 2.7 assists per game. In the scoring category TAU's Igor Rakocevic tops the list with a 20 points per game average. Milenko Tepic is in 30th place with 12.7 points per game average. 1st stage MVP is Lottomatica's Sani Becirovic with a average efficiency rating of 22. Milenko Tepic is the most efficient Partizan's player with efficiency rating of 14.80 he takes 21st place overall. Partizan's Jan Vesely is ranked high in 2nd place in overall shooting percentage with a 83.33% field goal percentage. The 1st place goes to Lubos Barton with 93.33% field goal percentage. The leading three point shooter is Armani's Marco Mordente with a 59.38 three point average. Milenko Tepic is 24th with 43.14%, Petar Bozic is 25th with 42.86%, Aleksandar Rasic takes 38th place with 40% of drained threes. In the three point field goals made category, the top spot is reserved for Unicaja's Thomas Kelati - he scored 26 threes in 10 games played. Milenko Tepic is in 9th place with 22 threes scored, Uros Tripkovic is 11th with 21, Aleksandar Rasic is 32nd with 16 three point field goals made.