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News from abroad - Feb 21, 2008


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Ersan Ilyasova (207-F-87) collected 6 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals for Barcelona in Euroleague. Russian CSKA Moscow however overcame a slow start to their Top 16 campaign and gained speed to swoops past Barcelona in Round 2 yesterday. CSKA dominated the game and made the victory look quite casual. The hosts pointed out the advantage early in the encounter keeping the visitors scoreless for about two minutes. Ramunas Siskauskas netted 4 points to give CSKA a 6:2 lead. Finally Jaka Lakovic hit from downtown but was well-matched by Trajan Langdon's trey. David Andersen capped the frame with a jumper to seal things at 16:11. Siskauskas opened the second term with 6 more points to extend the margin to 11 points. Jaka Lakovic kept hitting treys as he totaled his third one to bring Barcelona within 6 points from CSKA. Soon Ersan Ilyasova and Gianluca Basile dragged the visitors as close as 3 points from CSKA 23:26. David Andersen and Marcus Goree however finalized the first half at 32:25. Trajan Langdon and David Andersen teamed up for 5 more points right after the break and CSKA started to get away. Siskauskas stretched the gap to 13 points but Ersan Ilyasova and Pepe Sanchez connected from beyond the arc to trim the difference to 8 points. Later Roger Grimau and Gianluca Basile notched treys for Barcelona to get within 5 points after 30 minutes. Jaka Lakovic tipped off the fourth term with a jump shot but Theodoros Papaloukas drilled consecutive buckets to put CSKA away. Trajan Langdon and David Andersen scored and then Ramunas Siskauskas fired from the outside to maintain the advantage. Mario Kasun worked his way inside the paint to add two points to Barcelona's haul but Theodoros Papaloukas immediately answered with a three-point play to make it 63:51 for CSKA. Barcelona struggled to deliver and moreover the hosts were deadly from charity stripe leaving no chance for the visitors. David Andersen sank 4 free throws, while Viktor Khryapa connected from three-point range to ensure the winning outcome for CSKA.
David Andersen finished the game with 20 points and 8 boards. Ramunas Siskauskas contributed 16 points, while Trajan Langdon scored 10 points for the winners. Jaka Lakovic dropped 11 points for Barcelona. Mario Kasun and Roger Grimau managed 7 points apiece in defeat. CSKA outrebounded the visitors 40:32 including 17:8 offensive boards.
Grigori Shukhovtsov (211-C-83) and his Lithuanian Neptubas is 2-15 in the Baltic league. In the last game Neptunas lost to ASK Riga 79:91. Grigori Shukhovtsov scored 5 points and made 3 rebounds. Before that Kalev/Cramo stole the victory from Neptunas 70:72 in the Elite Division. The win allowed the guests to increase to 4-7 record. Mateo Kedzo led the winners with 17 points. Kriisa netted 14, while Frier scored 13. Marius Runkauskas ended up with 12 points in defeat. Grigori Shukhovtsov made 7 points and 3 rebounds.   





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Uzbekistan U16 posts two victories, not enough to qualify - 1 month ago
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Uzbekistan finishes 4th at the International tournament - 1 Year ago
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