24th Gameweek Basketleague

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Lavrio Aegean Cargo B.C. ( 11th place) – Holargos B.C. ( 8th place): 76-69

Quarters:18-16, 37-38, 55-56, 76-69

Venue: Lavrio Indoor Hall

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Referees: Schinas- Diamantis- Maglogiannis

MVP: Doron Lamb

The score was so close from the start ( 18-16). The team who coached by Aris Lykogiannis with Love, Hawkins and Agbelese performance mainly was in the lead by 1 point at halftime ( 37-38). Although Charalambopoulos scored 4 points, Holargos had an 10-0 in a row and regained the lead. Holargos was in the lead by 1 point in the the end of the third quarter ( 55-56), but Lavrio answered with Kaklamanakis and the team of Serelis took the lead. The match was derby in the first minutes of the fourth quarter, but in the end Holargos had no score and Lavrio had an 10-0 in a row. Finally, Lavrio won 76-69 over Holargos. 

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Lavrio Aegean Cargo B.C. ( 11th place)best players : Points: Doron Lamb ( 18 points) , Rebound: Jeff Whithey (  6 rebounds) , Assist: Brandon Young (  5 assists)

Holargos B.C. ( 8th place) : Points: Jermaine Love ( 22 points) , Rebound: Danny Agbelese  ( 8 rebounds) , Assist: Teddy Okereafor ( 5 assists)

Lavrio Aegean Cargo B.C. ( 11th place) will travel to Euboia to play against Kymis B.C. (12th place), whereas Holargos B.C. ( 8th place) will host KAE Panathinaikos B.C. (1st place) in the 25th gameweek. 

Olympiakos B.C. (2nd place)* – Paok B.C. ( 5th place): 80-59

Quarters: 20-22, 36-34, 60-49, 80-59

Venue: Peace and Friendship Stadium

Referees: G. Poursanidis, K.Poursanidis, Anastopoulos

MVP: Zach LeDay

The score was so close from the start ( 9-8) and the two teams scored points in a row. First, Paok had a 7-0 in a row ( 9-16) and Olympiacos regained the lead with 9-0 in a row with Printezis points mainly. Paok was in the lead by 2 points in the end of the first half ( 20-22). Agravanis and Milutinov was the main factor why Olympiacos was in front in the first minutes of the second quarter ( 25-24), but Paok with Chrysikopoulos and Jefferson regained the lead ( 25-28) and ( 29-34). Olympiacos with Milutinov points mainly was in the lead at halftime ( 36-34). Olympiacos had a great second half and finally won Paok ( 80-59).

Olympiakos B.C. (2nd place)* best players : Points:  Zach LeDay ( 19 points) , Rebound: Alexandros Vezenkov  (  14 rebounds) , Assist: Kostas Papanikolaou ( 8 assists)

 Paok B.C. ( 5th place): Points: Linos Chryikopoulos  ( 13 points) , Rebound: Johndre Jefferson ( 7 rebounds) , Assist: William Hutcher ( 2 assists)

Olympiakos B.C. (2nd place)* will face Aek Athens (3rd place) on the road next week and Paok B.C. ( 5th place) will come across Kolossos Rodes B.C. at home for the 25th gameweek.

Aris Thessalonikis B.C. ( 9th place) – Kymis B.C. (12th place): 95-60 

Quarters: 26-2, 49-18, 74-36, 95-60. 

Venue: Alexandreion Melathron ( Nick Galis Hall)

Referees: Karakatsounis- Stamatopoulos-Mpikas

MVP: Lefteris Bochoridis 

Aris was decisive and the team from Thessaloniki was in the lead from the start from the end of the match. Bochoridis, Lucky Jones and McGhee made a great performance. The score of the first quarter ( 26-2) reflects the quality of teams.

Aris Thessalonikis B.C. ( 9th place) best players : Points: Lefteris Bochoridis  ( 21 points) , Rebound: Garry McGhee  ( 10 rebounds) , Assist: Lefteris Bochoridis  ( 6 assists)

 Kymis B.C. (12th place) : Points: Vaidas Kariniaouskas ( 16 points) , Rebound: Chris Horton  ( 10 rebounds) , Assist:Vaidas Kariniaouskas ( 6 assists)

Aris Thessalonikis B.C. ( 9th place) will face Hfaistos Limnou ( 7th place) on the road next week, whereas Kymis B.C. (12th place) will host Lavrio Aegean Cargo B.C. ( 11th place)for the 25th game week.

Panionios B.C. ( 10th place) – Aek Athens B.C. (3rd place): 78-74

Quarters: 21-18, 47-35, 62-57, 78-74.

Venue: Sofia Befon Stadium

Referees: Symeonidis-Tzafleris-Tsonos 

MVP: Davon Berry

Panionios made a great win over Aek Athens with 78-74. In the first quarter Dorsey, Papantoniou and Davion Berry made a great performance and help the hosts to took the lead in the end of the first quarter ( 21-18) and in the halftime  ( 47-35). Aek wasn’t good and James and Larentzakis performance wasn’t enough for Banchi’s team to win the match. Panionios was in the lead with 22 points in the fist pard of the third quarter ( 54-35). Banchi was upset and this was obvious when the Italian coach called time-out. After this, Aek had an 9-0 in a row ( 57-47). Moraitis and Sakota msde a great performance and they scored a lot of points in the third quarter . A buzzer beater from Moraitis in the end of the third quarter gave to Aek the oppotrunity to win the match ( 62-57). Aek was 1 point near to equalize the match (65-64) and (75-74), but Panionios won with 4 points ( 78-74). 

 Panionios B.C. ( 10th place)  best players : Points: Davon Berry  ( 26 points) , Rebound: Joe Dorsey  (  17 rebounds) , Assist: Nontas Papantoniou  ( 5  assists)

 Aek Athens B.C. (3rd place) : Points:Dusan Sakota  ( 14 points) , Rebound: Dusan Sakota  ( 7 rebounds) , Assist: Malcolm Griffin ( 4 assists)

Panionios B.C. ( 10th place) will come across Promitheas Patras B.C. ( 4th place) on the road next week and Aek Athens B.C. (3rd place) will face Olympiakos B.C. (2nd place)* at home for the 25th gameweek.

Kolossos Rodes H Hotels B.C. ( 14th place) – Peristeri Bikos Cola B.C. ( 6th place): 77-84

Quarters: 23-23, 42-38, 58-64, 77-84

Venue: Venetoklio Indoor Hall

Referees: Manos- Dimopoulos-Giakeimi

MVP:  Steven Gray

Peristeri had a great performance and this was obvious from the start ( 2-14). But Koufos achieved to “wake up” his team and Kolossos Rodes took the lead at halftime (42-38). Peristeri regained the lead ( 58-64) and finally the team who coached by Argyris Pedoulakis finally won ( 77-84). 

 Kolossos Rodes H Hotels B.C. ( 14th place)  best players : Points: Stevie Browning ( 27 points) , Rebound: Tre Demps  (  6 rebounds) , Assist: Stevie Browning ( 5 assists)

Peristeri Bikos Cola B.C. ( 6th place)  best players : Points: Steven Gray ( 22 points) , Rebound: Ben Bentil ( 9 rebounds) , Assist: Steven Gray ( 6 assists)

Kolossos Rodes H Hotels B.C. ( 14th place) will travel to Thessaloniki to play against Paok B.C. ( 5th place) next week, whereas Peristeri Bikos Cola B.C. ( 6th place) will face Rethymno Cretan Kings ( 13th place) on the road for the 25th gameweek.

Hfaistos Limnou ( 7th place) – Rethymno Cretan Kings ( 13th place):77-80

Quarters: 20-24, 37-40, 56-59, 77-80

Venue: Nikos Samaras Indoor Hall, Myrina Lesvos

Referees: P. Anastopoulos – Psarianos – Kaldiris

MVP:  Anthony Hickey

Rethymno made a suberb performance and won over Hfaistos Limnou ( 77-80). Antony Hickey, Steve Burtt Jr, Aaron Jones and Keith Clanton made a great performance for the team who coached by Ziangos. Sean Evans performance wasn’t enough for the Hfaistos Limnou to win. 

 Hfaistos Limnou ( 7th place)  best players : Points: Sean Evans ( 13 points) , Rebound:  Sean Evans ( 9 rebounds) , Assist: Tyrone Brazzelton ( 5 assists)

 Rethymno Cretan Kings ( 13th place) best players : Points: Anthony Hickey ( 19 points) , Rebound: Aaron Jones ( 9 rebounds) , Assist: Keith Clanton ( 5 assists)

Hfaistos Limnou ( 7th place) will host Aris Thessalonikis B.C. ( 9th place) next week, whereas Rethymno Cretan Kings ( 13th place) will face Peristeri Bikos Cola B.C. ( 6th place) at home in the 25th gameweek. 

KAE Panathinaikos B.C. (1st place) – Promitheas Patras B.C. ( 4th place):87-76

Quarters: 14-21, 38-34, 60-55, 87-76

Venue: OAKA Indoor Hall

Referees: Papapetrou- Andrikopoulos-Pagonis

MVP:  Nick Calathes

The score was so close from the start. Promitheas made an a 9-0 in a row (18-12) and the team who coached by Makis Giatras was in the lead by 7 points ( 21-14 ). Promitheas incresed the gap in the first minutes of the second quarter (20-28). Panathinaikos led by 4 points at halftime ( 38-34). Papaertrou performance in the thrd quarter and Calathes in the fourth was very significant fot Panathinaikos to win. Panathinaikos was in the lead with 5 points ( 60-55) and the team who coached by Rick Pitino won Promitheas Patras B.C. with 11 points ( 87-76)

 KAE Panathinaikos B.C. (1st place)  best players : Points: Nick Calathes ( 19 points) , Rebound: Giorgos Papagiannis  ( 8 rebounds) , Assist: Nick Calathes ( 8 assists)

 Promitheas Patras B.C. ( 4th place) best players : Points:  Rion Brown ( 19 points) , Rebound: Octavius Ellis ( 17 rebounds) , Assist: Langston Hall ( 7 assists)

KAE Panathinaikos B.C. (1st place) will face Holargos B.C. ( 8th place) on the road next week, whereas Promitheas Patras B.C. ( 4th place) will host Panionios B.C. ( 10th place) in the 25th gameweek. 

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