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Premier League Standings
 1. Al-Manama 4-0 
 2. Al-Muharraq 4-0 
 3. Al-Riffa 3-0 
 4. Al-Ahli 3-1 
 5. Al-Ittihad 2-2 
 6. Al-Hala 2-2 
 7. Al-Nweidrat 1-2 
 8. Isa Town 1-2 
 9. Sitra 1-2 
 10. Al-Najma 1-3 
 11. Bahrain Youth 0-1 
 12. Al-Bahrain 0-3 
 13. Samaheej 0-4 
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Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Ahmed SALMAN
  Isa Town
  (--)
  Avg: 32.3
 1. Salman, Isa Town32.3 
 2. Zivcevic, Al-Nweidrat31.3 
 3. Ferguson, Al-Ba.28.0 
 4. Jones, Al-Ahli26.7 
 5. Robinson, Al-Hala26.3 
 6. Rogers, Al-Najma24.8 
 7. Aldurazi, Al-Muharraq24.8 
 8. Ilic, Al-Ittihad22.3 
 9. Kawaid, Al-Riffa21.7 
 10. Kasse, Sitra21.7 
Rebounds Per Game
 Mansour KASSE
  Sitra
  (208-C-92)
  Avg: 22
 1. Kasse, Sitra22.0 
 2. Ilic, Al-Ittihad21.0 
 3. Jones, Al-Ahli18.0 
 4. Williams, Al-Muharraq17.0 
 5. Rogers, Al-Najma15.8 
 6. Zagorac, Al-Riffa15.0 
 7. Robinson, Al-Hala15.0 
 8. Zivcevic, Al-Nweidrat15.0 
 9. Ferguson, Al-Ba.12.3 
 10. Shukralla, Al-Muhar.10.8 
Assists Per Game
 Hussain SALMAN
  Al-Hala
  (--)
  Avg: 9.3
 1. Salman, Al-Hala9.3 
 2. Buallay, Al-Najma9.0 
 3. Altawash, Al-Ma.8.3 
 4. Salman, Isa Town7.3 
 5. Aldurazi, Al-Muharraq5.8 
 6. Helal, Al-Ittihad5.3 
 7. Abdulla, Al-Nweidrat5.0 
 8. Hassan, Al-Najma5.0 
 9. Taqi, Sitra4.7 
 10. Busafwan, Samaheej4.5 
Steals Per Game
 Sadiq SHUKRALLA
  Al-Manama
  (181-F-97)
  Avg: 2.8
 1. Shukralla, Al-Manama2.8 
 2. Habib, Al-Ahli2.5 
 3. Lulu, Al-Nweidrat2.5 
 4. Abdulla, Al-Nweidrat2.3 
 5. Salman, Al-Hala2.3 
 6. Jones, Al-Ahli2.0 
 7. Taqi, Sitra2.0 
 8. Hassan, Al-Najma2.0 
 9. Madan, Al-Nweidrat1.8 
 10. Ameer, Al-Manama1.8 
Blocks Per Game
 Sean WILLIAMS
  Al-Muharraq
  (208-F-86)
  Avg: 6.5
 1. Williams, Al-Muharraq6.5 
 2. Kasse, Sitra2.7 
 3. Ilic, Al-Ittihad2.5 
 4. Jones, Al-Ahli2.0 
 5. Rogers, Al-Najma1.8 
 6. Zagorac, Al-Riffa1.3 
 7. Najaf, Al-Manama1.3 
 8. Hussain, Al-Riffa1.3 
 9. Kawaid, Al-Riffa1.3 
 10. Almosawi, Al-Hala1.0 

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Round 5 (Regular Season)

Samaheej Nov.22 Sitra 88%
Al-Muharraq 80% Nov.22 Al-Hala
Al-Bahrain Nov.21 Bahrain Yout 46%
Al-Riffa 91% Nov.21 Al-Nweidrat
Al-Manama 90% Nov.20 Isa Town
Al-Ahli 88% Nov.20 Al-Najma
38th Gulf Clubs Basketball Championship: Manama barge into final - May 14, 2018


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Terrell
Stoglin
MANAMA eliminated arch-rivals Muharraq from the 38th Gulf Clubs Basketball Championship yesterday, following a thrilling 89-82 victory in an all-Bahraini semi-final played at Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Muscat. After a tight first half, Manama used a strong third quarter to pull away from their rivals and build a healthy lead. They did well in the final period to hold on to that advantage, and had an answer for Muharraq each time they tried to mount a late comeback. American professional Terrell Stoglin (185-G-91, college: Maryland, agency: Octagon Europe) was the star of the game. He was Manama's top scorer and he sparked a crucial run that sealed the win for Manama after Muharraq fought back to within three, 72-75, with around just four minutes left to play. Stoglin replied with five straight points and assisted Bahraini forward Mohammed Kuwayed on a fastbreak lay-up to put them back in the lead by double-digits. Muharraq got back to within seven the rest of the way but came no closer. With the result, Manama move on to the title game where they will face Sharjah of the UAE. The Emirati outfit defeated Qatar's Al Rayyan 90-86 in the other final four clash last night. The final is scheduled to take place today at 4pm, Bahrain time. It will follow the game for third place between Muharraq and Rayyan at 2pm. The winner of the championship will also earn a berth in the Fiba Asia Champions Cup, to be held in China in September later this year. The Gulf clubs tiff acted as the regional qualifier for the Fiba Asia showcase. Stoglin was once again the top focal point of Manama's offence, finishing the contest with an impressive 40 points. He also had four three-pointers, five rebounds and three steals. Seven-foot, two-inch countryman Loren Woods (218-C-78, college: Arizona) chipped in with just eight points but took down 21 rebounds and had two block shots in controlling the paint. Kuwayed was Manama's only other player in double figures with 14. Hassan Nowrooz contributed nine markers. For Muharraq, US import Demarius Bolds (193-G-84, college: Missouri Western) almost matched Stoglin's output with 39 points. He also had eight rebounds and four assists. Sudanese-born Australian-Lebanese big man Ater Majok (208-C-87, college: Connecticut) finished with 12 points and 17 rebounds, while the Bahraini backcourt of Ali Abbas and Bader Abdulla Malabes had 16 and 10, respectively, in the losing effort.
Courtesy of: gdnonline.com   




Pavle
Cvetinovic
Isa Town lands Pavle Cvetinovic - 9 minutes ago
Isa Town (Premier League) tabbed 21-year old Serbian center Pavle Cvetinovic (215-110kg-97). Cvetinovic played most recently at Pelister Bitola in FYR Macedonian Prva Liga. The previous (16-17) season he played at Elektra (2SKL) in league where in 20 games he averaged 13.6ppg, 8.1rpg and 1.9bpg. He can count that season as a very successful as was selected to Eurobasket.com Slovenian 2SKL League All-Defensive Team. Cvetinovic played in the final of Serbian U19 Championships in 2014. He ha...   [read more]

Wayne Chism
Bahrain finish fourth in Arab basketball - 3 days ago
BAHRAIN missed out on the bronze medal last night in the 23rd Arab Men's Basketball Championship in Cairo losing to hosts Egypt 72-84 in the game for third place. The gold medal was claimed by Saudi Arabia, who beat Algeria 85-81 in the final. The UAE finished last. Bahrain, coached by Salman Ramadhan, opted to field a new-look line-up yesterday with no players above the age of 30 and four of them from the under-18 junior national team. Bahrain started strongly with a resounding win over...   [read more]

Hichem
Benayad-Cherif
Algeria end Bahrain title hopes - 4 days ago
BAHRAIN bowed out of title contention in the 23rd Arab Men's Basketball Championship last night after a heartbreaking 66-74 loss to Algeria in the semi-finals. The Bahrainis kept things close for three quarters, but in the final canto could not match their rivals. With the result, the Algerians moved on to the gold medal game where they will face Saudi Arabia. The Bahrainis, on the other hand, take on hosts Egypt for the bronze medals. Both contests will be played today. The game for thir...   [read more]


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