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PostPosted: 10/15/18 8:19 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Turkey:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/turkish-league-round-1-october-13th-15th/
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Russia:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/russian-league-round-2-october-13th-16th/

Italy:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/italian-league-round-2-october-13th-16th/
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PostPosted: 10/17/18 8:43 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

EuroLeague Qualifiers:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/euroleague-qualifiers-game-2-october-11th-17th/

EuroCup Qualifiers:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/eurocup-qualifiers-game-2-october-11th-17th/

Romania:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/romanian-league-round-3-october-16th-17th/

FIBA Europe SuperCup:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/supercup-recap-october-17th/

Czech Republic:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/czech-league-round-5-october-17th/

France:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/french-league-round-2-october-17th/

Poland:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/polish-league-round-3-october-17th/
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PostPosted: 10/18/18 11:35 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Spain:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/spanish-league-round-2-october-17th-18th/
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The website is down, but here is what would be posted:

Puerto Rico:

Overtime was needed in Saturday's game as Pamela Rosado could not keep Manati in it as Chanita Jordan helped Yauco escape with a 74-73 win. On Sunday, first overall draft pick Anushka Maldonado had her best game yet for San Sebastian, but Whitney Bays and Carolina won 69-45. On Tuesday, Nici Gilday took the lead scoring role for Carolina as they beat Yauco 83-77. On Wednesday, Manati beat Santurce 71-54. Carolina thought that they would roll again on Thursday after adding a key player, but Chanita Jordan and Yauco started well, forcing the visitors to stage a comeback in the second half and maintain their perfect record after overtime with a 79-74 win. On Saturday, first draft pick Anushka Maldonado had a good game, but San Sebastian is still looking for their first win after an 88-59 loss to Santurce.

October 13, 2018

Manati vs. Yauco 73-74(OT) MAN Rosado 22/7r Westbeld 18/10r Prim 16 Williams 9/10r Delgado 4/6a Huertas 4 Alequin 0 Velazquez 0 YAU Jordan 20/19r Jones 18/12r Z. Sanchez 12/7r Pagan 10 Harris 9 Batiz 3 Crespo 2 A. Sanchez 0

October 14, 2018

Carolina vs. San Sebastian 69-45 CAR Bays 20/11r Canales 16 A. Torres 11 Melendez 8/6r Gilday 6 Rodriguez 2/7r Acevedo 2 Barrientos 2 L. Torres 2 Cruz 0 Velez 0 SAS Maldonado 14/7r Brown 9/9r Vazquez 8/7r Rosa 6 Hernandez 4 Gutierrez 4 Richardson 0/6a G. Gonzalez 0 Torres 0 D. Gonzalez 0 Addison 0

Santurce vs. Manati 57-67 SAN Hodge 12/8r Gonzalez 12 Bethel 9/12r Salaman 9 Rosa 6 Placido 4 Roman 3 Flores 2 Cabrera 0 Quinones 0 Baez 0 Rodriguez 0 MAN Rosado 19/6r/6a Williams 14/8r Westbeld 12/6r Prim 9/7r Huertas 7 Delgado 4 Gonzalez 2 Alequin 0

October 16, 2018

Carolina vs. Yauco 83-77 CAR Gilday 29 Bays 18/12r A. Torres 11 Barrientos 10 Melendez 6 Rodriguez 4 Canales 4 L. Torres 1 Acevedo 0 Cruz 0 YAU Jordan 16/8r Harris 16/7a Jones 12/6r Z. Sanchez 11 Batiz 10 Pagan 4 A. Sanchez 4 Crespo 2 Chaves 2 Guevares 0 Cosme 0

October 17, 2018

Manati vs. Santurce 71-54 MAN Rosado 16/8r Westbeld 15/10r Costa 11/7r Prim 9 Gonzalez 8 Huertas 5 Velazquez 3 Delgado 2/6r/13a Alequin 2 Lopez 0 SAN Salaman 18 Roman 10 Gonzalez 9 Flores 6 Quinones 5 Placido 2/7r Hodges 2/7r Bethel 2/7r Baez 0 Rosa 0 Cabrera 0

October 18, 2018

Yauco vs. Carolina 74-79(OT) YAU Jordan 26/13r Jones 14/11r Batiz 12 Z. Sanchez 7/6r/8a Chaves 5 Pagan 4/6r Harris 3 Crespo 2 A. Sanchez 1 CAR Bays 19/12r/6a/7s Gibson 17/7r Melendez 15/7r Gilday 11 Torres 8 Barrientos 4 Canales 3 Acevedo 2 Rodriguez 0

October 19, 2018

San Sebastian vs. Santurce 59-88 SAS Maldonado 21/8r Richardson 11 Jordan 10/7r Brown 10 Hernandez 3 Addison 2 Torres 2 Coyne 0 G. Gonzalez 0 Vazquez 0 Rosa 0 Gutierrez 0 D. Gonzalez 0 Ruiz 0 SAN Salaman 18/6r Bethel 17 Gonzalez 13/6a Flores 9 Roman 9 Quinones 7 Hodges 5/8r Placido 5 Rodriguez 4 Rosa 1 Cabrera 0 Baez 0

Standings:
Carolina 5-0, Manati 3-1, Santurce 2-2, Yauco 2-5, San Sebastian 0-4
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PostPosted: 10/20/18 6:16 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I was actually expecting some bigger numbers in China:

The new season started with one special game on Thursday and the rest on Saturday. The league expanded this season, eliminating the old qualification process. The two military teams also merged, creating an all-domestic rival for the teams that will be bringing in star foreigners. Xinjiang had to their opener with just their domestic lineup as they await the arrival of their foreign player. Wang Lili and Peng Shiqing picked up the scoring slack, but Ji Yanyan and Heilongjiang escaped with a 73-72 win as Monique Billings played her first overseas game.

On Saturday, the best duel between foreign players was in Shaanxi's 86-67 win over Liaoning where A'ja Wilson had a strong first overseas game and Imani McGee-Stafford had a big game too. Beijing will have to alter the plan that got them recent championships, but a good game from Morgan Tuck was not enough against DeWanna Bonner and Shandong, which left with an 80-70 win. Shanghai is also changing strategies, but Jelena Dubljevic's solid effort was not enough against a balanced Jiangsu team as they won 78-64. Tianjin is pursuing a different strategy than the other teams as they are one of a number of newcomers to the league, giving Ieshia Small her professional debut, but Shanxi proved stronger with their duo of Wu Di and Yu Qi leading them to a 100-57 win. Hebei had a much better start as Qi Siyue led them past Yelena Leuchanka and Sichuan 75-60 with Azura Stevens playing her first overseas game. Stefanie Dolson and Henan beat Fujian 96-71. Hubei is not fielding a foreign player, which proved painful against Chen Liyu and Guangdong, which won 105-43. The merging of the military teams under the Bayi banner could mean a super team is being formed and Jin Jiabao led them in the first game, an 86-67 win over Alaina Coates and Zhejiang as the special rules did not come into play.

October 18, 2018

Xinjiang vs. Heilongjiang 72-73 XJ Wang 23 Peng 20/6r/8a Han 16/12r HL Ji 22 Liu 19/8r Billings 16/20r

October 20, 2018

Shaanxi vs. Liaoning 86-67 SN Wilson 33/18r Lin 12 Li 10 Pei 10 LN McGee-Stafford 36/15r Xing 9/7r

Beijing vs. Shandong 70-80 BJ Tuck 24/8r Shao 19/8r SD Bonner 26/14r Cao 13 Yang 11/7r

Jiangsu vs. Shanghai 78-64 JS Xu 14/7r Jin 13 Jiang 13 Achonwa 11 Sun 10 SH Dubljevic 24/10r Li 18

Shanxi vs. Tianjin 100-57 SX Wu 20/10r Yu 20 Guo 15 Wei 12/13r Hollingsworth 8/9r TJ Small 16 Li 9

Hebei vs. Sichuan 75-60 HE Qiu 23 Ma 17/9r Stevens 10/9r SC Leuchanka 21/12r Wang 14/10r Zhao 14

Fujian vs. Henan 71-96 FJ Huang 19 Lin QR 14/7r/6s DeVaughn 13/7r Lin CZ 11 HA Dolson 21/9r Sun 18/6a Zhang 16 Wei 15/6r Huang 12

Hubei vs. Guangdong 43-105 HB Han 17/6r Yang 6 GD Chen 27/7r Powers 19/8r Li 17/15r Liu 16

Bayi vs. Zhejiang 86-67 81 Jin 23/7a Wang 18/6r Li 15 ZJ Coates 21/10r Dan 17 Wang 10
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France:

October 20, 2018

The first full round was played with all games played on Saturday. The first game saw Lattes Montpellier beat Lyon 80-63. Marine Johannes and Bourges beat Landerneau 79-62.. Adja Konteh and Alexis Prince teamed up to lead Tarbes past Roche 78-69. Kristen Mann led Mondeville, but Landes won 68-57. Pauline Akonga led Hainaut past Nantes 72-63. Villeneuve continued their momentum with a 73-70 win over Charleville 73-70.

Lattes Montpellier vs. Lyon 80-63 MTP Whitcomb 19 Miyem 15 Tchatchouang 14 Bernies 11/6r/8a Wurtz 6 LYO Clark 18 Plouffe 12 Badiane 11 Dos Santos 10/13r

Bourges vs. Landerneau 79-62 BRG Johannes 20 Plouffe 13 Ouvina 11 Raincock-Ekunwe 8 Sharp 3 Berkani 0 BRE Diaby 14 Lucas 11/6r Naigre 10 Cooper 8

Tarbes vs. Roche 78-69 TAR Konteh 23/6a Prince 21/7r Cornelie-Sigmundova 6/6r RVB Ugoka 12/10r Bailey 11/7r Monpierre 10 Ngoyisa 8 Lucet 4

Landes vs. Mondeville 68-57 LAN Toure 17 Milapie 14/9r Hejdova 11/6r Dumerc 10/6r/8a Ayim 10 Gatling 4 MDV Mann 20 Djekoundade 12 Thorburn 7

Hainaut vs. Nantes 72-63 HAI Akonga 28/6r Bruner 19/8r Zempare 6 NAN Suarez 17 Wallace 16 Stejskalova 10 Day 6

Villeneuve vs. Charleville 73-70 VIL Bjorklund 18 Mendy 12/8r Kamba 11 Bremont 11 Evans 7/7r CHM Peters 19 Mosqueda-Lewis 12 Hruscakova 10/6r Bouderra 10/7a
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Still down...

Spain:

October 21, 2018

All of the games in this round were played on Sunday. Lyndra Weaver and Gipuzkoa kept Sant Adria in last place 73-60. Gernika also remained unbeaten with a 70-60 win at Al-Qazeres. A battle of winless teams went to Zamarat 74-61 over Ferrol. Valencia got a good game from Maria Pina, but continued to deal with a tough starting schedule with an 82-61 loss to Shay Murphy and Girona. Avenida handed Sedis their first loss 82-53. Another battle of winless teams saw Zaragoza beat Bembibre 66-59. Natalie Van Den Adel and Araski ended the day with a 66-65 win over Ensino.

Sant Adria vs. Gipuzkoa 60-73 SAN Ayuso 16 Coulibaly 13/8r Dunham 13/8r Jespersen 4 Wright 0 GIP Weaver 20/10r Sarr 12/13r Brkic 11 Nystrom 8 Pierre-Louis 2

Al-Qazeres vs. Gernika 60-70 ALQ Ferrari 15/7r/8a Ocete 14 Maize 12/10r Barbee 8/10r GER Roundtree 18/11r Gwathmey 17/12r Dietrick 11 Berezhynska 9/6r Mazionyte 6 Vanderwal 4

Zamarat vs. Ferrol 74-61 ZAM Seda 19/10r Quevedo 17/7r Stanacev 11/8r Wagner 8 Nelson 6 Garcia 2 Marcos-Canedo 2 FER Cheslek 19/9r Van Grinsven 13/8r Coleman 8 Gustavsson 4 Miscenko 4

Valencia vs. Girona 61-82 VAL Pina 21/6r Tirera 12 Moore 9 Gari 4 Abalde 3 Brown 2 Davis 2 GIR Murphy 22 Hampton 14/13r Gomes Colhado 14/10r Buch 11/6a Martinez 7 Reisingerova 5/6r

Sedis vs. Avenida 53-82 SED Kraker 16 Hempe 11/6r Vilaro 9/8r Aijanen 0 Richards 0 Pujol 0 AVE Eldebrink 13 Givens 12 Robinson 11/6r Elonu 10 Putnina 2 De Souza 2

Bembibre vs. Zaragoza 59-66 BEM Silva 19 Llorente 12/15r Smith 6 Emanuel-Carr 0 ZAR Brown 16/10r Flores 12 Montoliu 12 Hersler 8 Gimeno 5/6r Knight 4 Dornstauder 0

Araski vs. Ensino 66-65 ARA Van Den Adel 21 Garcia 15/8a Edwards 13/6r Roberson 8 ENS Nyingifa 17/12r Gomez 15/7a Miller 10/6r Breedlove 9/6r Bravo-Harriott 7 O'Dwyer 7

Standings: Girona 3-0, Avenida 3-0, Gernika 3-0, Gipuzkoa 3-0, Araski 3-0, Sedis 2-1, Zamarat 1-2, Ensino 1-2, Al-Qazeres 1-2, Zaragoza 1-2, Bembibre 0-3, Valencia 0-3, Ferrol 0-3, Sant Adria 0-3
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Czech Republic:

Saturday started with Nymburk beating Trutnov 64-51. KP Brno then beat Ostrava 97-58. Alena Hanusova and USK took care of their city rivals Slavia 122-59. On Sunday, Strakonice put up a fight against Monika Satoranska and Slovanka, but still lost 65-51. Teamstore Brno was far less competitive, losing to Hradec Kralove 118-47.

October 20, 2018

Nymburk vs. Lokomotiva Trutnov 64-51 NBK Wells 13/6r Stehlikova 12/7r Krakovicova 11 Hoskova 4/9r TRU Rylichova 13/6r Kozumplikova 12 Sipova 10 Adams 7/10r Carter 2/6r

KP Brno vs. Ostrava 97-58 KPB Sujanova 16/6r Stara 15 Tarkovicova 14 Gill 11 Madden 10/9r OVA Corda 15/7r Savickaite 9/6r

Slavia Praha vs. USK Praha 59-122 SLA Wingate 15 Vondrackova 11 Koop 8 Jamison-Myers 6/6r USK Hanusova 22 Kar. Elhotova 15 Rezan 15 Thomas 12/7r Oblak 12 Kat. Elhotova 11/6s Romero 10 Brezinova 10 Ayayi 8

October 21, 2018

Strakonice vs. Slovanka 51-65 STR Tomsovicova 14/6r Halatkova 13 Fadrhonsova 12 SLO Satoranska 20/6r Harapesova 16

Teamstore Brno vs. Hradec Kralove 47-118 TSB Jandova 14/6r Selucka 6 HKR Klaudova 18 Matuskova 18 Effangova 16 Mareckova 15 Zavazalova 12 Minarovicova 11
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Poland:

The round started with one game on Saturday as Tiffany Hayes joined Polkowice as they beat Gdanska 94-65. The rest of the games were on Sunday, starting with Emma Cannon firing Gdynia past Wisla 67-56 in Krakow. Torun beat Poznan 91-61. Brianna Kiesel and Lublin tried to come back late in Wroclaw, but lost to Sleza 80-78. Rebecca Harris led Siedlce, but Maryia Papova and Gorzow won 92-58. Klaudia Perisa and Widzew Lodz beat Ostrovia 81-69.

October 20, 2018

Polkowice vs. Politechnika Gdanska 94-65 POL Hayes 23 Fagbenle 16/9r Kaltsidou 12 Thomas 9 Bone 8 Leedham 2/6r Aleksandravicius 2 GDA Holopainen 16 Conwright 14

October 21, 2018

Wisla Krakow vs. Gdynia 56-67 WIS Russell 14/10r Canada 11 Oroszova 7 Rodriguez 6 Conde 0 GDY Cannon 32/11r Greinacher 10/6r Allen 7

Poznan vs. Torun 61-91 POZ Matovic 14 Davis 13 Hillsman 1 TOR Uro-Nilie 15 Fields 14 Svaryte 13/11r Kunek 12/6r

Sleza Wroclaw vs. Lublin 80-78 SLE Palenikova 19 Udodenko 17/8r Burdick 11/8r Kastanek 10/6r Colson 7 Dobrowolska 4 LUB Kiesel 34 Adamowicz 15 Szajtauer 11/13r James 2

Gorzow vs. Siedlce 92-58 GOR Papova 20 Linskens 11/14r Zoll-Norman 10/9a Fikiel 10 Atkins 9 SIE Harris 23/6r Omerbasic 10 Bellock 5/14r Duleba 3 Lapszynski 3 Ikstena 0

Widzew Lodz vs. Ostrovia 91-69 WID Perisa 23/8r Dowe 15/6r/6a Vuckovic 13/11r OST Ossowska 26/9r Burdette 17 Podkanska 11
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Germany:

On Wednesday, another game from Round 3 was played as Gottingen recorded their first win in impressive fashion, surprising Keltern 69-57. This round started with one game on Saturday as Herner beat Freiburg 78-69. A busy Sunday included Ariel Hearn and Saarlouis beating Lauren Engeln and Bad Aibling 85-79 as Bronaza Fitzgerald made her professional debut. Jen Schlott and Wasserburg dismantled Chemnitz 88-45. Hannover stifled Donau-Ries 63-40. Gottingen continued their momentum with a 74-66 win over Matilda Claesson and Eintracht Braunschweig. Keltern is falling in the opposite direction after losing to Marburg 67-62 at home.

October 17, 2018

Gottingen vs. Keltern 69-57 BG Coleman 17 Pierce 16 Crowder 11/6r Grudzien 10/6r Warner 5/9r RSK Thomas 14 Markovic 10 Tudanca 10 Pierre-Louis 5 Stach 5

October 20, 2018

Freiburg vs. Herner 69-78 USC Moten 16 Gaffney 14/9r Rodefeld 12 HTC Frericks 17/11r Westerik 12 Burton 10/9r Bully 8 Sannes 3

October 21, 2018

Saarlouis vs. Bad Aibling 85-79 TVS Hearn 25/7a Asuamah-Kofoh 12 Fokke 11 Tulonen 10 Fitzgerald 8 Rodriguez 6 TBA Engeln 22 Young 18 Recoura 12 Sokman 10 Hartmann 9

Wasserburg vs. Chemnitz 88-45 WBG Schlott 24 Brunckhorst 14/9a Williams 11/7r Jakovina 10 Petrenaite 10 Tunstull 6 CCC Hood 9 Owens 7/7a Smith 7 Brichacova 4/8r

Donau-Ries vs. Hannover 40-63 DON Lu. Geiselsoder 9/6r Hill 6/6r Timbilla 5/8r TKH Tarasava 16 Thimm 10 Young 8 Palmer 6

Gottingen vs. Eintracht Braunschweig 74-66 BG Crowder 15 Warner 12 Coleman 11 Pierce 11 EBG Claesson 20 Mulligan 14/7r Rosemeyer 10 Laborn 8 Gleason 7

Keltern vs. Marburg 62-67 RSK Pierre-Louis 16/10r Markovic 13 Stach 9/8r Thomas 4/9r BCM Yohn 16 Bertholdt 14/6r Schaake 10 Baker 10 Kiss-Rusk 5 Bradley 4 Klug 0
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Russia:

The round started out in Novosibirsk on Saturday with Ekaterinburg winning 90-49. Inventa Kursk beat Dynamo Moscow 79-71. Dynamo Kursk unleased Breanna Stewart in her first game and she was dominant against MBA as they won 85-64 as Epiphanny Prince also made her return. On Sunday, Brionna Jones and Nadezhda were at full strength as they welcomed Enisey to Orenburg, winning 81-72. Spartak Moscow then beat Spartak Noginsk 76-53.

October 20, 2018

Dynamo Novosibirsk vs. Ekaterinburg 49-90 DYN Caldwell 12/12r Langlois 10 Scheer 5 UMMC Meesseman 19 Musina 17/9r McBride 12 Griner 10/6r Petrushina 10 Vadeeva 5 Torrens 2

Inventa Kursk vs. Dynamo Moscow 79-71 INK Shabanova 18/7r Kozik 16/6r Pachurina 15 E. Frolkina 2 DYM Potemina 16/6r Savina 12

MBA Moscow vs. Dynamo Kursk 64-85 MBA Kaytukova 11 Sapova 10/7r DYK Stewart 40/15r Vidmer 10 Cruz 9 Petrovic 7 Xargay 5 Prince 0

October 21, 2018

Nadezhda Orenburg vs. Enisey Krasnoyarsk 81-72 NAD Jones 24/16r Medvedeva 12 Bulgak 10 Wheeler 9 ENI Marchenkova 16/6r Hines-Allen 11/6r Namok 11 Mavunga 10

Spartak Moscow vs. Spartak Noginsk 76-53 SPM Komarova 15/6r Stallworth 10 Nuritdinova 10 O'Neill 9/6r SPN Andrianova 12/8r Alikina 10/6r
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Italy:

October 21, 2018

The first full Sunday of games started with Anete Steinberga and Martina Bestagno leading Venezia past Kahlia Lawrence and Torino 98-53. Courtney Williams and Napoli beat Antiesha Brown and Battipaglia 75-54. The best game of the day went to overtime before Nikolina Milic and Broni beat Krystal Vaughn and Lucca 74-70. Aliyah Huland El had a great game for Empoli, but the balance of San Martino di Lupari helped them win 80-56. They are not the only league newcomers struggling as Feyonda Fitzgerald and Sara Bocchetti dispatched Sesto San Giovanni 83-73. Sandrine Gruda and Schio ended the day with a 75-64 win over Ragusa.

Venezia vs. Torino 98-53 VEN Steinberga 22/6r Bestagno 20/9r Gulich 18 Anderson 8 TOR Lawrence 21 Milazzo 11 Reimer 7/6r

Napoli vs. Battipaglia 75-54 NAP C. Williams 21/7r G. Williams 16 Harrison 13/13r Macchi 6 Ress 1/6r BAT Brown 27 Handy 19/9r Simon 4/7r

Lucca vs. Broni 70-74(OT) LUC Vaughn 22/9r Treffers 11/13r Gatti 11 Ravelli 5 Graves 4/6r BRO Milic 24 Premasunac 17/7r Spreafico 12 Wojta 11/7r

San Martino di Lupari vs. Empoli 80-56 SAN Dotto 14/9a Keys 13/11r Webb 13/8r Tonello 12 Sandri 10/8r Marshall 10 EMP Huland El 23 Mathias 5/6r

Sesto San Giovanni vs. Vigarano 73-83 SES Loyd 19/8r Brunner 11/8r/7a Williams 8 VIG Fitzgerald 22/6r Bocchetti 20/11r Rakova 15 Bolden 9

Schio vs. Ragusa 75-64 SCH Gruda 23/7r Gemelos 17/8r Lavender 15/7r Masciadri 0 RAG Hamby 16/6r Harmon 12 Cinili 10 Kuster 8

Standings: Venezia 3-0, Schio 3-0, Napoli 3-0, San Martino di Lupari 2-1, Broni 2-1, Battipaglia 1-2, Torino 1-2, Vigarano 1-2, Ragusa 1-2, Lucca 1-2, Empoli 0-3, Sesto San Giovanni 0-3
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Turkey:

Most of the games in this round were on Saturday. Galatasaray beat Izmit 73-54. A balanced effort among the starters helped Mersin beat Kayseri 89-64. Brandi Harvey-Carr led the way for Bodrum again, but Besiktas had the duo of Viktoria Mircheva and Kelsey Mitchell to lead them to a 102-58 win. Adana stunned Anastasiya Verameyenka and Fenerbahce 70-68. Astou Ndour led Cukurova past Rebekah Gardner and Orman 71-64. On Sunday, it took overtime for Nicole Romeo and Canik to beat Istanbul University 76-66. Hatay tried out a new combination of foreign players again as mainstay Hind Ben Abdelkader led them past Botas 83-63.

October 20, 2018

Galatasaray vs. Izmit 73-54 GAL Jefferson 16 Macaulay 12/9r Atas 11 Abdi 7 IZM Mosby 13/7r White 12 Yavuz 10/6r

Mersin vs. Kayseri 89-64 MER Petronyte 19/9r Mitchell 16 Walker 14/7r Yalcin 12/11 Cado 10 KAY Anderson 15 Ivankovic 13/7r Armstrong 4

Bodrum vs. Besiktas 58-102 BOD Harvey-Carr 26/7r Andrews 6 BES Mircheva 25 Mitchell 21 Uzunoglu 10 Akhator 8/7r

Adana vs. Fenerbahce 70-68 ADA Ervin 17/10r Marginean 11 Kurtulmas 10 Boyd 8/6a FEN Verameyenka 21/12r Vaughn 13 Plum 13 Hartley 5 Canitez 0

Orman vs. Cukurova 64-71 ORM Gardner 21 Copper 15 Henry 7/7r CUK Ndour 30 Iagupova 15/9r/8a Mestdagh 12/6r Ozelci 3

October 21, 2018

Istanbul Universitesi vs. Canik 66-76(OT) ISU Guner 18 Fall 12/8r Watkins 12/7r/6a CAN Romeo 25/8r Campbell 18/13r Holmes 18/6r

Hatay vs. Botas 83-63 HAT Ben Abdelkader 20 Johnson 14/10r Paris 14/8r/9a Jones 13 BOT Loyd 19/7r Cuic 16/8r Williams 12/12r Cakir 4/6a Krivacevic 2
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A busy Friday started with Darcy Garbin leading Adelaide past Townsville 75-65. A home team won for the first time, but that still require a late comeback as Bec Cole and Dandenong beat Sydney 66-62. Kelsey Griffin and Canberra beat Melbourne 72-65 to continue the road trend. There was one game on Saturday as Becca Tobin and Bendigo beat Dandenong 87-65. A busy Sunday started with Lindsay Allen and Melbourne beating Tahlia Tupaea and Sydney 87-75. Kelsey Griffin paced Canberra again in their 79-75 win over Adelaide. Brittany McPhee and Asia Taylor teamed up to lead Perth past Suzy Batkovic and Townsville 98-88.

October 19, 2018

Adelaide Lightning vs. Townsville Fire 65-75 ADL Seekamp 17/6s Nicholson 14 Planeta 14 Coffey 9/12r Davidson 6 Taia 0 TSV Garbin 20/7r Batkovic 19/12r Aokuso 14/7r Cocks 10/6r Malott 5 Mincy 3 Madgen 2

Dandenong Rangers vs. Sydney University Flames 66-62 DAN Cole 21 Laney 17/12r/6a Lavey 13 Mijovic 5 Pedersen 4/6r Jarry 2 SYD Bunton 16/15r Wilson 12/7a Snell 11 Panousis 7 Johnson 4 Tupaea 4 Smart 2

Melbourne Boomers vs. University of Canberra Capitals 65-72 MEL Magbegor 19 George 13/6r Allen 9/8a O'Hea 6 Talbot 4 Boothe 2 Purcell 0 UCC Griffin 23/14r Scherf 14/6r Nurse 12 Wilson 10/8a Froling 6 McLaren 3 Young 0

October 20, 2018

Bendigo Spirit vs. Dandenong Rangers 87-65 BEN Tobin 21/11r Hurst 18 Payne 15/7r Whittle 10/6r Tomlinson 10 Dufelmeier 0 Wild 0 McLachlan 0 DAN Pedersen 13/15r Mijovic 10 Laney 8 Whatman 0

October 21, 2018

Sydney University Flames vs. Melbourne Boomers 75-87 SYD Tupaea 21 Bunton 19/11r Smart 17/10r Johnson 5/9r Panousis 2 MEL Allen 23/6a O'Hea 19 Garrick 13 Magbegor 10 Boothe 10 George 9/9r/10a Talbot 3 Purcell 0

University of Canberra Capitals vs. Adelaide Lightning 79-75 UCC Griffin 21/8r Nurse 14/10r Scherf 12/10r McLaren 9 Mitchell 6 Froling 4 ADL Blicavs18/6r Coffey 16/6r Davidson 8/7r Seekamp 7 Nicholson 7 Planeta 6/6r Taia 6

Perth Lynx vs. Townsville Fire 98-88 PER McPhee 32/7r Taylor 21/7r Farnworth 13/6a Schwagmeyer 12 Steindl 5/8r Allen 4/7r Mansfield 3 TSV Batkovic 23/6r Madgen 12/7a Garbin 11 Malott 9 Mincy 8/6r Cocks 6
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China:

The first round of games all played on the same day was on Monday as Natalia Achonwa and Jiangsu beat Shandong 100-72. Tianjin continued to find the step up tough as they lost to Beijing 77-38. Xinjiang got Natasha Howard in time for the trip to Liaoning, which helped them leave with a 71-66 win despite another big game for Imani McGee-Stafford. A'ja Wilson led Shaanxi again, this time past Shanghai 79-71. Yelena Leuchanka and Sichuan beat Henan 73-56. Azura Stevens and Hebei continued a solid start with a 81-61 win over Shanxi. Li Yueru led Guangdong past Heilongjiang 79-55. Hubei knew that an all-domestic battle with Bayi was only going one way as Liu Shuai and Wang Xuemeng marched the military team to a 106-35 win. Alicia DeVaughn and Lin Qingrong teamed up for Fujian, but it was not enough to stop Alaina Coates and Zhejiang, which won 81-76.

October 22, 2018

Jiangsu vs. Shandong 100-72 JS Achonwa 24/10r Xu 16/11r Gong 14 Jiang 14 SD Bonner 18/9r Wang 15 An 11/8r

Tianjin vs. Beijing 38-77 TJ Small 13/7r Han 10/8r BJ Tuck 19/12r Gao 12/11r

Liaoning vs. Xinjiang 66-71 LN McGee-Stafford 37/16r Wang 10/6a XJ Howard 39/13r Han 14/11r Wang 13/8r/9a

Shaanxi vs. Shanghai 79-71 SN Wilson 41/6r Li 15 SH Zhang 19/11r Dubljevic 18/8r Huang 11/8r Zhou 10/6a

Sichuan vs. Henan 73-56 SC Leuchanka 25/23r Zhao 16 HA Dolson 17/8r Sun 16/9r Wei 14

Hebei vs. Shanxi 81-61 HE Stevens 26/10r Xun 18/6a Huang 12/8r SX Guo 19 Hollingsworth 13/6r Wei 10/6r

Heilongjiang vs. Guangdong 55-79 HL Cao 11/10r Liu 10 Zhang 10 Ji 10 Billings 8/6r GD Li 21/8r Huang 13/6r Yang 13 Powers 12/12r Zhang 10

Bayi vs. Hubei 106-35 81 Liu 20/8r Wang 20 Pan 12 Niu 10/9r Gu 10/6r HB Han 13/7r Peng 7

Zhejiang vs. Fujian 81-76 ZJ Coates 34/14r Wang 17 FJ DeVaughn 23/8r Lin QR 20/8r Lin CY 12/7a
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Israel:

October 22, 2018

The new season started with the usual Monday of games, including a highly anticipated matchup of teams that have been among the best in the league in recent seasons. Maccabi Ashdod hosted as roster changes left them pairing up one of the more dynamic foreign duos of recent times with Victoria Vivians making her overseas debut as they also added to their group of players with American roots with Ariella Rosenthal, but Maccabi Ramat Hen left with a 78-59 win behind Alex Harden. Khadijiah Cave had a good game for Hapoel Petah Tikva, but Crystal Bradford was unstoppable for Herzliya, which also gave Alexa Hart her professional debut as they got the 77-71 win. Jillian Alleyne and Hapoel Rishon Lezion took advantage of Ramat Hasharon only filling two foreigner spots as they won 96-62, although the visitors did get an overseas debut from Teana Muldrow and were able to add another rookie in Drew Edelman. Allisha Gray and Jamie Nared had successful overseas debuts for Elitzur Ramla as Maccabi Raanana got paltry contributions from their foreign trio, but did add rookie Gabriella Rubin in an 88-67 loss. Bnei Yehuda only filled one of their foreign spots and it showed as Linnae Harper made her overseas debut, but could not contend with her counterparts as Elitzur Holon was led by Jordan Hooper, got strong professional debut from Loryn Goodwin, and had a triple-Double from Shae Kelley.

Maccabi Ashdod vs. Maccabi Ramat Hen 59-78 ASH Hopkins 17/11r Vivians 17 Adams 7 Presley 7 Snow 5 Hattis 2/6r Rosenthal 2 RAH Harden 24/9r Alston 14 Penn 12/17r Shafir 11/6r/6a Levitsky 11

Hapoel Petah Tikva vs. Bnot Herzliya 71-77 PET Cave 20/12r Peterson 17 Reid 16/12r Abboud 6 Zimmerman 6 HER Bradford 36/16r Banet 13 Young 10/8r Orbach 10 Hannoun 3 Hart 2

Hapoel Ironi Rishon Lezion vs. Ramat Hasharon 96-62 RIS Alleyne 20/13r Lux 16 Richardson 14 Fontenette 12/6r/9a HAS Muldrow 16 Edelman 14/10r Kedem 10 Wiese 7

Maccabi Raanana vs. Elitzur Ramla 67-88 RAA Dayan 12 Sapir 11/7r/7a Ramirez 10/7r Roth 10 Orrange 8 Thomas 3 Rubin 2 RAM Gray 21/8r Nared 16 Hightower 15 Diamant 11 Raber 10/16r

Bnei Yehuda vs. Elitzur Holon 59-123 YEH Zelivanski 19 Harper 14 Malkin 10 Silfen 5/9r HOL Hooper 36/14r Goodwin 28/10r/6s Kelley 26/11r/10a Spector 13/8r Shalom 10
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thanks again, awhom. really enjoy these updates.



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Romania:

Group A:

Round 3 started with Satu Mare beating Arlesia Morse and Cluj 85-65. Sepsi beat Alina Podar and Brasov 96-57. The final game was played on Tuesday as Arad beat Targoviste 78-65 with A'Lexus Harrison making her professional debut.

October 20, 2018

Satu Mare vs. Universitatea Cluj 85-65 SAT Amukamara 18 Lloyd 16 Baltic 14/13r/6a Mandache 11/6r Tavic 10 CLU Morse 29/7r Napier 10

Sepsi Sfantu Gheorghe vs. Olimpia Brasov 96-57 SEP Slamova 18 Higgins 17/11r Whitted 16 BRA Podar 23 Arsenic 11/9r Al Ash Hab 11/6r Bartee 4/6r Warthen 4

October 23, 2018

Arad vs. Targovsite 78-65 ARA Fodor 17 Dzombeta 15/6r Hadzovic 15 Harrison 10/7r Ardelean 10 Burdgess 7/7r TAR Coker 15/6r Toma 13/8r Irimia 13 Poole 2

Group B:

October 20, 2018

A pair of Round 4 games were played on Saturday. Oradea edged Angel Robinson and Targu Mures 58-53. The city rivals faced off next with Agronomia overcoming and Florina Stanici and Rapid 60-59.

Oradea vs. Targu Mures 58-53 ORA Chis 18/10r Pfirman 15/11r Beronja 14 TAM Robinson 20/16r Badi 15/9r Meszaros 12

Agronomia Bucuresti vs. Rapid Bucuresti 60-59 AGR Chitanu 17/13r Vilcinschi 14/6r Chelariu 12/14r RAP Stanici 27/6a Matei 7/11r

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thanks again, awhom. really enjoy these updates.


You're welcome.

The site should come back online soon. Mo is on league business outside the country right now.
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Hungary:

A couple games from future rounds were brought forward to last Wednesday. A Round 11 game was close for a while before Sopron's trio of Aleksandra Crvendakic, Candice Dupree, and Amanda Zahui B helped them beat ZTE 95-72. A game moved from Round 5 was played in Miskolc with DVTK beating Pecsi 101-60. This round started on Saturday in Ujbuda with Dora Szabo and BEAC beating MTK 65-60. The old rivals squared off with Sopron beating Gyor 71-52. Erica McCall and Szekszard bounced back with an 88-51 win at Vasas. Shatori Walker-Kimbrough and DVTK beat PEAC 82-77. On Sunday, NKE welcomed Cegled to Csata and won 72-50. The last game was played on Wednesday with ZTE beating Pecsi 84-76.

October 17, 2018

ZTE vs. Sopron 72-95 ZTE Horti 13 Kovacs 12 Harrison 11 Koizar 6 Parker 5 SOP Crvendakic 22/8r Dupree 22 Zahui B 21/7r Salvadores 7 Turner 4/6a

DVTK vs. Pecsi 101-60 DVTK Walker-Kimbrough 18 Medgyessy 16/10a Skoric 16 Mokango 14/16r Kanyasi 10 Szabo 5 PEC Jahni 10 Podrug 9

October 20, 2018

BEAC vs. MTK 65-60 BEAC Szabo 20/6r Papp 16/6r Meresz 12/11r Beckley 7 MTK Szabo 16/7r Hegedus 12/8r Czirjak 11

Sopron vs. Gyor 71-52 SOP Crvendakic 16 Zahui B 11/9r Dupree 11 Turner 11 Salvadores 1 GYO Krnjic 13 Gray 11/7r Spanou 4/8r Brown 0

Vasas vs. Szekszard 51-88 VAS Dombai 16 Heljic 12 Vukov 6 SZE McCall 26/7r Gereben 11/7r Theodorean 10 Eldebrink 9/6a

PEAC vs. DVTK 77-82 PEAC Simon 18/6r Imovbioh 17/11r DVTK Walker-Kimbrough 23 Medgyessy 12/9a Sulciute 11/9r Katona 11/6r Mokango 10 Szabo 0

October 21, 2018

NKE vs. Cegled 72-50 NKE Austria 19 Horvath 15/7a Lelik 10 Lang 6/9r CEG Swanier 13/9r Hamilton-Carter 12/9r Sverrisdottir 9/9r

October 24, 2018

ZTE vs. Pecsi 84-76 ZTE Hegedus-Ori 16 Kovacs 15 Parker 12/6r Szalay 10/6r Harrison 8 Koizar 7/6r/7a PEC R. Szucs 15 Podrug 13/9r Santa 12 Vari 10
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China:

October 24, 2018

Another full round of games was played on Wednesday. Shandong kept Tianjin winless 91-51. Beijing handed Hebei their first loss 75-56. Shanghai's tough start continued because Natasha Howard could not be stopped in Xinjiang's 76-67 win. Liaoning has similar nightmares despite another productive outing for Imani McGee-Stafford as Guandong's duo of Li Yueru and Aerial Powers got them the 83-67 win. A'ja Wilson had another big scoring night in a battle of undefeated teams, but Shaanxi lost to Natalie Achonwa and Jiangsu 92-74. Monique Billings led Heilongjiang, but Li Meng and Bayi showed their superior depth in a 104-59 win. Wu Di and Shanxi beat Stefanie Dolson and Henan 77-67. Hubei found another winless team that they could match up better with, but Fujian's combination of Alicia DeVaughn and Chen Caijin still got them the 72-65 win. Dan Wanli and Alaina Coates teamed up to lead Zhejiang past Zhao Xuetong and Sichuan 84-77.

Shandong vs. Tianjin 91-51 SD Wang YZ 15/7r Yang 15 Bonner 14/8r Gao 11 Wang SY 10/13a/6s TJ Ma 12 Han 10/7r Small 9

Beijing vs. Hebei 75-56 BJ Gao 16/9r Shao 16/7r Shi 11 Tuck 9/7r/6a HE Stevens 16/13r Xun 14/6r Ma 12

Shanghai vs. Xinjiang 67-76 SH Dubljevic 18 Li 14/6r/6a XJ Howard 40/11r Han 12/7r Wang 11

Liaoning vs. Guangdong 67-83 LN McGee-Stafford 20/12r Xing 13 GD Li 25/14r Powers 23/12r Huang 10/8r

Shaanxi vs. Jiangsu 74-92 SH Wilson 42/19r Liu 18 JS Achonwa 25/13r Jiang 14/7r/11a Gong 13 Xu 10

Bayi vs. Heilongjiang 104-59 81 Li 26 Wang 18 Jin 16 Sun 10/6r HL Billings 22/8r Zhang 9

Henan vs. Shanxi 67-77 HA Dolson 23/13r Sun 13 Huang 12 SX Wu 20/6r Guo 18 Hollingsworth 16/11r Wei 10

Hubei vs. Fujian 65-72 HB Han 17/10r/6a Fu 12/9r Zhou 12 Peng 11/6r/7s Wang 10/6r FJ DeVaughn 25/8r Chen 20 Lin 10

Zhejiang vs. Sichuan 84-77 ZJ Dan 34 Coates 22/14r Wang 14/6r SC Zhao 25 Wang 19 Leuchanka 13/17r/6a

Standings: Bayi 3-0, Guangdong 3-0, Jiangsu 3-0, Beijing 2-1, Hebei 2-1, Shandong 2-1, Shanxi 2-1, Xinjiang 2-1, Shaanxi 2-1, Zhejiang 2-1, Henan 1-2, Sichuan 1-2, Fujian 1-2, Heilongjiang 1-2, Shanghai 0-3, Liaoning 0-3, Tianjin 0-3, Hubei 0-3
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EuroLeague:

Group A:

All games in this group were played on Wednesday, starting with the game in Orenburg where Alyssa Thomas led USK Praha to an 83-78 win over Nadezhda. Temi Fagbenle and Polkowice did not have their start go as planned as Bourges dominated from the start on the way to a 73-56 win. Ekaterinburg crushed Villeneuve as expected 99-51 while still short of their full roster. Schio's new look team came up short in Belgium as Castors Braine won 63-60.

October 24, 2018

Nadezhda vs. USK Praha 78-83 NAD Jones 19/11r Ygueravide 18/9a Maiga 15/6r Shilova 13 Bulgak 4 USK Thomas 21/15r Hanusova 15 Kat. Elhotova 14 Rezan 12 Ayayi 11/6r/7a Romero 2

Polkowice vs. Bourges 56-73 CCC Fagbenle 20/7r Hayes 12 Bone 9 Thomas 7 Leedham 6 BOUR Johannes 19 Chartereau 10 Raincock-Ekunwe 10 Plouffe 9/8r Sharp 2 Berkani 0

Villeneuve vs. Ekaterinburg 51-99 ESBV Diallo 11 Mendy 10 Bjorklund 10 Evans 4 UMMC Vandersloot 16/9a McBride 13 Torrens 12/7a Griner 11/10r Meesseman 11 Vadeeva 10/6r Baric 9/6a Musina 7/10r

Castors Braine vs. Schio 63-60 CAST Samuelson 18 Delaere 12 Mayombo 11 Trahan-Davis 5/11r Hamblin 2 SCHI Gemelos 17 Gruda 15/8r Lavender 8/7r

Group B:

Olympiacos started well at home on Wednesday, but Kelsey Plum and Fenerbahce showed their experience at this level in a 63-54 win. Sopron will no longer be able to sneak up on teams this season and it was Charleville that got the opening win 80-74. TTT Riga was almost able to get the surprise win, but Breanna Stewart's immediate impact on Dynamo Kursk continued as they escaped 70-69. There was one game on Thursday as Courtney Paris led Hatay past Avenida 88-80.

October 24, 2018

Olympiacos vs. Fenerbahce 54-63 OLY Thomas 11 Sotiriou 11 Johnson 10/8r Pavlopoulou 6 Mazic 4 FENE Plum 20 Vaughn 11/7r Cora 11 Zandalasini 4/6r Canitez 0

Carolo vs. Sopron 80-74 CARO Peters 19 Hruscakova 18 Casas 18 Mosqueda-Lewis 15/6r SOP Zahui B 13/9r Turner 13/6r Salvadores 12 Dupree 10

TTT Riga vs. Dynamo Kursk 69-70 TTTR Vitola 18/6r Peddy 13/10a Brumermane 11/6r Slaughter 10/8r Pulvere 10 Basko 5 Egite 2 Kreslina 0 KURS Stewart 29/11r Petrovic 12/6r Cruz 12/6a Xargay 4 Prince 4

October 25, 2018

Hatay vs. Avenida 88-80 HATA Paris 25/10r Johnson 18/8r/7a Jones 11/6a Gajic 11 Snytsina 11 Ben Abdelkader 10 AVEN Dominguez 19/8a Elonu 17 Givens 14 De Souza 10 Putnina 6 Robinson 4
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EuroCup:

Group A:

One game was played on Wednesday in this group as Adelina Abaiburova and Spartak Moscow welcomed Teodora Turudic and Swedish side Sodertalje to the competition by beating them 73-56. The two Polish teams met on Thursday with Bydgoszcz beating Maryia Papova and Gorzow 92-74.

October 24, 2018

Spartak Moscow vs. Sodertalje 73-56 SPAR Abaiburova 21/10r Stallworth 18/8r Kurilchuk 15 O'Neill 14/6r SODT Turudic 22/9r Lundquist 15/9r Gustafsson 10/9r

October 25, 2018

Bydgoszcz vs. Gorzow 92-74 ARTG Morrison 16/9r Pobozy 16 Miedzik 15 Stankovic 12/11r Radocaj 11/8a Kuczynska 10 McBride 4/7a GORZ Papova 26 Juskaite 15 Zoll-Norman 8 Atkins 6

Group B:

Wednesday's games started in this group as Victoria Macaulay and Moriah Jefferson teamed up to lead defending champions Galatasaray past Jade Johnson-Walker and Niki Lefkada 81-61. Nirra Feilds led Torun on Thursday, but they could not leave Moscow with a win as MBA prevailed 86-82.

October 24, 2018

Galatasaray vs. Niki Lefkada 81-61 GALA Macaulay 21/12r Jefferson 21/7s Atas 10 Abdi 4/6r NIKI Johnson-Walker 25/11r Knight 13

October 25, 2018

MBA Moscow vs. Torun 86-82 MBA Nizamova 18/6a Sytnyak 16 Sapova 13 Glonti 11 TORU Fields 20 Stankiewicz 15 Svaryte 12/13r Kunek 10 Skobel 10 Trzeciak 10

Group C:

Wisla Krakow was not expecting to be dropped down into this competition so early, but tried to make the best of it starting with a 76-58 win over Inventa Kursk on Wednesday. As expected, Kelsey Mitchell provided Besiktas with scoring on Thursday, but it was Viktoriya Hasper who put up the day's biggest numbers to give Tsmoki-Minsk the 68-63 win.

October 24, 2018

Wisla Krakow vs. Inventa Kursk 76-58 WISL Rodriguez 16 Russell 13 Zietara 13 Conde 8 Oroszova 5/9r Canada 5/7a INKUR Pachurina 18/10r E. Frolkina 18/6r

October 25, 2018

Besiktas vs. Tsmoki-Minsk 63-68 BES Mitchell 25 Caglar 15/10r Akhator 12/8r TSM Hasper 30/13r Bartakova 10 McCray 7/7r Theriot 6

Group D:

Two Turkish teams are playing in this group and they squared off on Wednesday with Mersin beating Kahleah Copper and Orman 75-70. Sepsi was hoping to start another surprise run on Thursday, but their group proved to be as difficult as it looked on paper as Stephanie Mavunga and Enisey left with a 73-54 win.

October 24, 2018

Mersin vs. Orman 75-70 MERS Mitchell 17 Yalcin 16/7a Cado 14/7r/6s Walker 13/6r Talay 11 ORMAN Copper 24 Gardner 12 Henry 10/12r Gezgin 10

October 25, 2018

Sepsi vs. Enisey 54-73 SSIC Higgins 10/11r Whitted 7 Allen 2 ENI Mavunga 20/10r Hines-Allen 15/11r

Group E:

On Wednesday, Botas leaned heavily on their foreigners in their trip to Umea as Jewell Loyd, Elizabeth Williams, and Claudia Pop combined to outscore their opponents themselves in an 82-65 win. Thursday's games started in this group as Beroe brought Bulgaria into the competition with some solid signings, but a good game from Ana Pocek was not enough as they lost to Cukurova 89-68.

October 24, 2018

Umea vs. Botas 65-82 UMEA Brown 16/6r Asoro 13 Mingo 13 Lawrence 12 Degbeon 5/6r BOTAS Loyd 24/8r Williams 22/8r Pop 21 Krivacevic 10/6r Cakir 2/6a

October 25, 2018

Cukurova vs. Beroe 89-68 CUKU Naumenko 18 Iagupova 17/9a Avci 16 Ndour 11 Ozelci 6 Mestdagh 5 BEROE Pocek 25/13r Lewis 16/8r Aleksic 12/11a Chong 4

Group F:

Both games in this group were played on Wednesday, starting with Gyor's 78-67 win over Uniao Sportiva. League-mates also squared off as Girona breezed past Gernika 80-57.

October 24, 2018

Gyor vs. Uniao Sportiva 78-67 GYOR Gray 14/13r Brown 14 Spanou 14 Raksanyi 13 Krnjic 2 UNIA Soeiro 15 Monteiro 13/7r Djassi 13 Filipe 13 Seilund 5

Girona vs. Gernika 80-57 GIRO Hampton 19/6r Gomes Colhado 18/9r Buch 17 Murphy 11/7r Martinez 5/7a Reisingerova 1 LOIN Berezhynska 15 Diez 12 Mazionyte 9 Gwathmey 8 Dietrick 4 Vanderwal 1

Group G:

Both of the games in this group were played on Wednesday, including DVTK's 77-59 win over KP Brno in Miskolc. Reyer is looking to make another run in the competition this season and started with an 88-60 win over Nantes.

October 24, 2018

DVTK vs. KP Brno 77-59 DVTK Walker-Kimbrough 19 Mokango 18/13r Szabo 2 KPBR Dudackova 9 Gill 9 Madden 6/6r

Reyer Venezia vs. Nantes 88-60 VENE Gulich 16/8r Anderson 14/6r/6a Steinberga 14 De Pretto 14 Goree 7 NRB Wallace 16 Day 15/15r Michaud 10

Group H:

The variety of countries in this competition continues to improve and Frida Eldebrink and Szekszard welcomed youthful Slovenian powerhouse Celje to the competition by beating them 90-56 on Wednesday. This group closed play on Thursday with a great game as Nymurk fended off Ruzomberok 71-70.

October 24, 2018

Szekszard vs. Celje 90-56 KSC Eldebrink 27/6r/9a Gereben 13/6r/6a McCall 11/11r Studer 11/6a Kiss 10 CELJE Bessard 18 Friskovec 12/8r White 12 Ocvirk 12

October 25, 2018

Nymburk vs. Ruzomberok 71-70 NYMB Wells 19/7r Stehlikova 16/6r Khomenchuk 13/7r Hoskova 2 RUZO Ellenberg-Wiley 17/6r Jeffery 14/11r/7a Yatskovets 11/9r Mistinova 11/7r Siksniute 11 Markovic 0

Group I:

The two French teams opened this group on Wednesday and Sami Whitcomb fired Lattes Montpellier past Lyon 79-63. The other game was on Thursday as Leia Dongue had a big game for Cegled, but they lost to Keltern 81-80.

October 24, 2018

Lattes Montpellier vs. Lyon 79-63 BLMA Whitcomb 21 Ciak 12/11r Duchet 12/6a Miyem 10 Wurtz 9/6r Tchatchouang 3 LYON Salagnac 16 Dos Santos 12/8r Plouffe 11/7r Clark 6

October 25, 2018

Cegled vs. Keltern 80-81 CEKK Dongue 20/9r Popovic 17/7r Swanier 12/7a Sverrisdottir 11 Hamilton-Carter 8/6r RUTR Markovic 15 Pierre-Louis 12/11r Thomas 12/6a Tudanca 12 Stach 8

Group J:

Both games in this group were played on Wednesday. Milica Ivanovic led Fribourg, but Aby Gaye helped Tarbes leave with a 70-66 win. Sint-Katelijne-Waver is fielding an exceptionally young roster and it showed against Landes in their 80-48 loss.

October 24, 2018

Fribourg vs. Tarbes 66-70 FRIB Ivanovic 20 Ostarello 13/7r Giroud 12/8r Mayombo 10/8r/7a TARB Gaye 21/10r Fontaine 15 Gaillo-Loko 10 Prince 4/8r Cornelie-Sigmundova 0

Landes vs. Sint-Katelijne-Waver 80-48 BLAN Hejdova 12/9r Toure 12/7r Ayim 11/9r Plagnard 11 Gatling 10 Dumerc 2 SKW Be. Massey 15/8r Resimont 13/6r Bi. Massey 11
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We're back!

Puerto Rico:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/puerto-rican-league-round-3-october-20th-26th/

China:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/chinese-league-round-4-october-27th/
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awhom111 wrote:
China:
http://www.womensbasketball247.com/2018/10/chinese-league-round-4-october-27th/

Just to check for those of us mostly following China for draft purposes this year, it's the Li playing with Powers at Guangdong and the Han playing with Howard at Xinjiang who are the 2019 prospects, right? The number of similar or identical names makes it tough to keep track.



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