Timma’s most productive “Khimki” team lost in the Euroleague

Latvian basketball player Jānis Timma On Thursday, he scored 13 points, and Dairis Bertāns added three points in the tenth round of the ULEB Euroleague, but that was not enough for the Moscow region “Khimki” team to win in their field.

Khimki conceded to Istanbul’s Anadolu Ephes team at 77:105 (30:29, 21:29, 12:28, 14:19) at home.

Timma spent 30 minutes and six seconds on the court, sending both two-point shots and three of the five long shots in the basket. He also won five rebounds, once caught the ball, once broke the rules and shared first place in his team with 16 efficiency points.

Meanwhile, Bertāns played for 14 minutes and 47 seconds, not taking any of the two two-point shots, but hitting one of the three “thirds”. He also had one rebound, one interception, a provoked foul and an error, as well as three remarks and an efficiency factor of minus two.

Timma and Jordan Mickey shared the title of the most productive player in the team, while the opponents shared 24 points and five assists for Simon Krunoslav and 20 points and seven assists for Shein Larkin.

“Khimki” with two victories in nine games in the tournament table ranks 17th among 18 teams, but “Anadolu Efes” with a balance of 5-4 is sixth.

Meanwhile, Arturs Kurucs ‘TD Systems Baskonia, represented by Vitoria, beat Athens’ Panathinaikos Opap by 93:72 (20:23, 26:16, 20:19, 27:14).

Kurucs left the field when the fate of the game had already been decided, and in five minutes and 39 seconds he did not score, sending the only three-point shot past the basket. In his account, one rebound and one pass, two violations of the rules, as well as the efficiency factor minus one.

19 points in the ranks of winners and Alek Peters, but this time 12 points for Lithuanian Rokas Ģedraitis.

Jannis Papapetru scored 17 points for the guests.

One of the referee’s judges was Oleg Latishev.

The Vitoria club with a balance of 4-4 is in ninth place, but the Athenian Grand is currently in 16th place with two victories in eight matches.

In another match, Moscow’s CSKA, still playing without John Rifleman, beat Munich’s “Bayern” by 89:81 (18:17, 18:22, 28:21, 25:21).

In the ranks of the guests, without playing for Jānis Strēlnieks, the most productive with 25 points was Mike James, but for the home team 19 points, six productive passes, as well as seven errors for Types Boldvin.

With seven successes in ten matches, the Munich club ranks second and CSKA third.

Also this season, ten countries with 18 teams are represented in the Euroleague, which is the same as in the previous season. The teams will play in a two-round tournament, with the top eight entering the playoffs. The Euroleague champion will be determined in Cologne, where the final four tournament will take place.

Last season, the champion was not determined, with the tournament ending six rounds before the end of the regular championship.

Poland

Latvian basketball player Roberts Stumbris scored 15 points in the success of Radoma’s “Hydrotrack” on his field at the Polish Championship on Thursday.

Radoma’s Hydrotrack team beat the King Wilki Morskie team in Szczecin by 83:73 (17:23, 15:15, 19:25, 32:10).

In the winning ranks, Stumbris, who started the season in Iceland, took all four two-point shots, one of three long shots and four of five free throws in the 23 minutes and 29 seconds he spent on the court.

He also defeated five rebounds, scored once, scored three times and provoked six remarks against opponents, intercepted one ball and scored an efficiency factor of 19.

In the home team, the most productive with 22 points was Jebar Hainds, but for the guests “double-double” – 20 points and ten balls won under baskets – in the account of Michael Fequad.

Radoma basketball players with four successes in 14 battles are in the 11th position, while Relands Freimanis and Jānis Bērziņš’s Zelona Gura “Stelmet Enea” with 11 wins in 12 games takes the second place in the tournament table, but Mārtiņš Laksas’ Lublin “Start” with a balance of 9-4 is fourth in a 16-team competition.

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