Levice closed the regular season on second place

Levice Patrioti – Traiskirchen Lions 92:50

Result: 92: 50 (30:13, 17:9, 21:14, 24:14)
Audience: 1000
Referees: Sarissky, Karnis, Gacik

Venue: Športová hala (Levice, Slovakia)

Levicki Patrioti: Nemanja Miljković 23, Jeremy Granger 15, Martin Sykora 13, George Valentine 10, Matuš Marchyn 9, Miloš Marković 8, Jakub Drapak 6, Vladimir Klar 4, Marko Stojadinović 4

Traiskirchen Lions: Martin Trkal 19, Felix Huber  7, Paul Handler 7, Lucas Baumgartner 7, Nicolas Ellinger 4, Marcus Enzersdorfer 4, Nikola Stevič 2

FIBA Statistics Results – PDF

Austrian team travelled to Levice with much younger as expected. Levice was motivated to win, because they were still fighting for second place in the group. Traiskirchen started without stress, but Levice started then getting over the match. They were much experienced, which turned on the scoreboard.

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Zlatorog Laško better than Klosterneuburg Dukes at the last game in group B

Klosterneuburg-vs-Zlatorog-Photo-Credit-Pictorial-M-Filippovits-8Klosterneuburg Dukes – Zlatorog Zlatorog 74:96

Result: 74 : 96 (18:30, 18:24, 23:21, 15:21)
Audience: 200
Venue: Happyland (Klosterneuburg, Austria)

Klosterneuburg Dukes: Cooke 17, Greimeister 12, Bas 9, Vieider 8, Bobb 8, Suljanovic 7, Leydolf 4, Chappell 4, Burgemeister 3, Lowe 2
Zlatorog Laško: Abrams 33, Vasl 18, Jurak 10, Cebasek 10, Krusic 9, Jeftic 7, Dekic 6, Lisica 2, Baric 1

FIBA Statistics Results – PDF

 

After a balanced start, Lasko began to dominate the game and was able to steadily expand its lead. The Dukes produced many unnecessary turnovers and made it easy for their opponent. With a high shooting percentage Lasko led at the half by double digits, 54:36. After the break Klosterneuburg played way better and won the third quarter, but at the end – due to the strong first half – Lasko won the game.

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Prievidza won the battle for first place in group B

Prievidza – Zagreb 90:62

Result: 90 : 62 (18:11, 25:13, 23:26, 24:12)
Referees: Marek Kukelcik, Tomas Lukac, Jan Kovalcik
Audience: 1000
Venue: Niké Arena (Prievidza, Slovakia)

Prievidza: Igor Maric 19, Marko Batina 16, Marek Jass 14, Jaytornah Wiseh 14, Richard Koerner 10, Jozef Vojtek 6, Svetozar Stamenkovic 4, Milan Stanojevic 3, Mike Rostampour 2, Jakub Kadasi 2

Zagreb: Dino Rados 15, Luka Bozic 10, Miralem Halilovic 9, Ivan Batur 9, Jakov Vladovic 8, Antonio Vlaic 6, Ivan Majcunic 3, Pavle Marcinkovic 2

FIBA Statistics Results – PDF

 

Prievidza is still proudly unbeaten at home, they won the first place in group B after outscoring KK Zagreb 90:62. First points of the game scored Bozic, but after that Prievidza started to play their game.

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