Banda Norte: Rafael Costa (180-G-73), Juan Pablo Martinez, Luciano Ricle, Lisandro Caniza, Santiago Arese, Hernan Tetamantti, Nicolas Arese, Gaston Campana, Pablo Mander
Central Cordoba: Facundo Romani, David Maldonado, Lautaro Miranda, Miguel Canteros (192-G-77), Pablo Osores, Carlos Fernandez, Bruno Romano, Raul Rodriguez, Federico Mateo, Sergio Ale
Facundo La Rioja: Gabriel Fuentes, Fabricio Gauna, Martin omar Vaquero, Rodrigo Campos, Hector Gomez, Claudio Cufre, Carlos Sepulveda (200-F-81), Rodrigo Yanez, David Martinez, Calvester Ferguson
San Martin Mendoza: Esteban Pierdominici, Diego Cabanez, Lucas Martinez, Miguel Ricci (183-G-82), Diego Fernandez, Damian Grabiec, Leandro Quiroga, Leonardo Else, Pablo Zogbe, Gonzalo Marin
Tiro Federal Morteros: Jorge Chahab, Juan Giaveno, Pablo Passalacqua, Federico Brun, Victor Chana (192-F-86), Damian Peruchena, Marcos Moreno, Matias Perez, Eduardo Nunez
Union Electrica: Juan Rella, Juan Cognini, Hugo De la Iglesia, Jose Fornaciari, Gaston Sieiro, Jose Siciliano, Mariano Gervasio, Juan Manuel Lara, Pablo Moya (206-C-83), Joge Ferreyra
Alvear Villa Angela: Cristian Diesel, Martin Cequeira, Gonzalo Laphitzborde (188-G-75), Facundo Cenzano, Gonzalo Maggio, Mauro Rotschy, Nicolas Bessone, Alex Aleksandrowicz, Sebastian Bernasconi, Joaquin Giordana
Asociacion Espanola: Maximiliano Rios, Claudio Sollberg (183-G-74), Lucas Ortiz, Sergio Zacarias, Matias Villalba, Juan Davico, Gustavo Bianco, Stanley Easterling, Marcelo Corazza, Cristian Reigenborn
Atletico Echague: Santiago Vesco, Lucas Calleja, David Oviedo, Andre Horst, Roman Rodriguez, Patricio Alloco (199-F-86), Nicolas Lovecchio, Emilio Dominguez, Pablo Pastori
Estudiantes Concordia: Fernando Rivera, Ariel Blanc, Jonathan Ledesma, Federico Senitzky, Nicolas Lauria (202-F-88), Fernando Etchenausse, Javier Scheines, Facundo Mendoza, Federico Cabrera, Jeremias Acosta
Sportivo San Salvador: Bruno Charreun, Jose Luis Melchiori, Jose Perroni, Alberto Barros, Walter Cordero (192-F-80), Nicolas Mendyk, Sebastian Taffarel, Guido Cuadrelli, Lisandro Cuberli, Cristian Silva
Tomas de Rocamora: Ramiro Carulla, Juan Manuel Varas, Federico Grattarola, Martin Franzolini, Federico Salvarredy, Dante Predazzi (195-F-85), Matias Estalles, Lujan Caire, Gaston Bernasconi
Union Progesista: Gabriel Butori, Andres Boni, Mauro Coronel, Fernando Small, Julio Ruiz, Gonzalo Jacquet, Luis Pikaluk, Juan Cansina (202-F/C-75), Federico Sarmiento
Almagro Esperanza: Roy Melchiorre, Sebastian Punet, German Oreggioni, Juan Zanotti, Sebastian Rodriguez, Leandro Ayala, Matias Barberis, Sebastian Morales (201-F/C-88), Sebastian Andreoli, Pablo Fernandez, Maximiliano Tabierez, Alexis Abrate
Brown San Vicente: Ezequiel Gaido (196-F-83), Ulises Broda, Genaro Priotti, Ignacio Fernandez, Juan Pablo Rotta, Alberto Diaz, Gabriel Manzotti, Jonatan Morero, Santiago Baravalle, Diego Crocce
Colon Santa Fe: Lucas Sibulovsky, Nicolas Solari, Alejo Barrales, Walter Spector, Esteban Landi, Fernando Manattini (190-F-89), Maximiliano Damelio, Baltazar Claude, Bruno Pacchioni, Edgardo Tome
Gimnasia Villa del Parque: Sebastian Festa (179-G-72), Tomas Gianelli, Federico Bouchard, Juan Pablo Zilla, Daniel Chaher, Erbel Depietro, Fernando Zekas, Eric Cigna, Matias Pelletieri, Julian Aprea, Emanuel Sayal
Rosario Central: Adriano Di Biaggio, Nicolas Dominguez, Adrian Di Lenarda, Aiego Abaca, Jonatan Slider (200-F-87), Juan Pablo Lupo, Juan Camino, Renzo Di Perna, Manuel Morello, Gustavo Souto
Sport Club: Emiliano Roh, Andres Gambone, Mariano Aguilar, Luciano Aiello, Leopoldo Ibanez, Juan Palbo Manzone, Mirko Zaric, Mauricio Hedman (208-F-70), David Cabezas, Cristian Corsi
Sporstsmen Unidos: Diego Foradori (175-G-81), Nicolas Vignoli, Sebastian Ghirardi, Ignacio Tripelli, Fabian Gallardo, Mariano Allegranza, Federico Poratti, Martin Allegranza, Agustin Zanni
Alianza Viedma: Andres Berman, Sebastian Farias, Carlos De la Fuente, Lucas Bianco (198-F-80), Juan Perreyra, Gustavo Nunez, Hector Martirena, Rodrigo Pascal, Nicolas Ojeda
Los Indios Moreno: Andres Lopresti (175-G-76), Diego Eiguren, Demian Portela, Felipe Ferreyra, Leonardo Rodriguez, Ezequiel Lopez, Diego Fortunato, Brian Stanford, Santiago Ferrario, Nicolas Suarez
Jorge newbery: Emanuel Lopez Camelo, Leonardo Sandon, Alejandro Foro, Juan Ruiz, Mario Pereyra, Fernando Alvarez, Mauro Bianco (202-F/C-78), Gustavo Espana, Guillermo Saavedra
Velez Sarsfield: Alejandro Fidalgo, Gaston Gianelli, Andres Molteno, Maximiliano Fernandez, Luciano Canzutti, Fernando Abbott, Mariano Manzini, Sebastian Sevegnani, Kevin Hernandez (200-C-91), Horacio Beigier, Pablo Noy, Fernando Podesta
Olimpo adds Summers to their roster, ex CD Valdivia - 15 hours ago
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Olimpo de Bahia Blanca (TNA) added to their roster 28-year old American small forward Durrell Summers (193-93kg-89, college: Michigan State). He started the season at CD Valdivia in Chilean Liga Nacional. In 41 games he recorded very impressive stats: 29.7ppg, 8.1rpg, 1.9apg and 1.2spg this season. The last summer Summers played at Frayles de Guasave in Mexican CIBACOPA where in 8 games he averaged remarkable 21.5ppg, 4.6rpg, 2.3apg and 1.0spg. In 2011 he was drafted by Maine Red Claws (D... [read more]
Olimpo de Bahia Blanca (TNA) added to their roster 28-year old American small forward Durrell Summers (193-93kg-89, college: Michigan State). He started the season at CD Valdivia in Chilean Liga Nacional. In 41 games he recorded very impressive stats: 29.7ppg, 8.1rpg, 1.9apg and 1.2spg this season. The last summer Summers played at Frayles de Guasave in Mexican CIBACOPA where in 8 games he averaged remarkable 21.5ppg, 4.6rpg, 2.3apg and 1.0spg. In 2011 he was drafted by Maine Red Claws (D-League) in second round (8th overall). The former Michigan State staris in his sixth season in pro basketball. The list of the past achievements is quite long as among others he won Chilean Liga Nacional championship title in 2016. Summers was also voted Latinbasket.com All-Chilean Liga Nacional 1st Team in 2016. He is quite experienced player. Summers' career allowed him to visit four different continents, while he played in seven different countries. Summers tasted the life as pro basketball player in Europe, Latin America, Australia and of course North America. He has played previously professionally in Australia (Illawarra Hawks), France (SO Maritime Boulogne), Hungary (Kormend and Atomeromu), Israel (Ironi Kiryat Ata), Venezuela (Trotamundos), D-League (Salt Lake City Stars, Reno Bighorns and Westchester Knicks) and Mexico (Rayos de Hermosillo). On Summers:
Possesses great length and is a true athlete. Summers can get to the basket past anyone, and often goes to the line because of it. In addition to his ability to drive, Summers hits the outside shot with ease and extremely efficient when spotting up or coming off the pick-and-roll. His size and strength make him incredibly hard to defend for smaller defenders, often creating a mismatch opportunity. His quickness and athleticism allow him to move well off the ball, coming around screens and creating space. Defensively his where Summers shines. His lateral quickness, length, and ability to change directions fluidly, while having the fundamentals and effort level to go along with it make Summers a great defender.
28-year old Jamaican-Canadian forward Dwayne Smith (198-103kg-89, college: G.Washington) left Olimpo de Bahia Blanca (TNA). In 29 games in Argentina he recorded 12.7ppg, 6.9rpg, 1.0apg and 1.5spg this season. The last summer Smith played at Academia in Colombian Liga DirecTV where in 33 games he averaged 14.6ppg, 7.5rpg and 1.8apg. He helped them to win the Colombian Liga DirecTV-1 title (twice) (also twice). Smith was selected to NBL Canada All-Star Game back in 2014. He has played previ... [read more]
28-year old Jamaican-Canadian forward Dwayne Smith (198-103kg-89, college: G.Washington) left Olimpo de Bahia Blanca (TNA). In 29 games in Argentina he recorded 12.7ppg, 6.9rpg, 1.0apg and 1.5spg this season. The last summer Smith played at Academia in Colombian Liga DirecTV where in 33 games he averaged 14.6ppg, 7.5rpg and 1.8apg. He helped them to win the Colombian Liga DirecTV-1 title (twice) (also twice). Smith was selected to NBL Canada All-Star Game back in 2014. He has played previously professionally in Canada (Moncton Miracles, The Storm and On Point). Smith attended George Washington University until 2013 and it is his fourth season in pro basketball. His game is described as:
Very good rebounder for his size and plays bigger than 6-6.
Lockett's 30-point game gives him TNA Player of the Week award - 23 hours ago
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28-year old power forward Phillip Lockett (202-F/C-88, agency: DTMones) had an amazing evening in the last round for BHY Tiro Federal and receives a Latinbasket.com TNA Player of the Week award for round 31. He had the game-high 30 points adding eight rebounds for BHY Tiro Federal in his team's victory, helping them to outclass Obera TC (#5, 12-22) with 26-point margin 93-67. BHY Tiro Federal maintains the 4th position in their group in Argentinian TNA. BHY Tiro Federal is a typical solid... [read more]
28-year old power forward Phillip Lockett (202-F/C-88, agency: DTMones) had an amazing evening in the last round for BHY Tiro Federal and receives a Latinbasket.com TNA Player of the Week award for round 31. He had the game-high 30 points adding eight rebounds for BHY Tiro Federal in his team's victory, helping them to outclass Obera TC (#5, 12-22) with 26-point margin 93-67. BHY Tiro Federal maintains the 4th position in their group in Argentinian TNA. BHY Tiro Federal is a typical solid league team placed somewhere in the middle or a little bit lower in the standings. They need more victories to improve their 14-20 record. Lockett turned to be BHY Tiro Federal's top player in his first season with the team. Lockett has impressive league stats. He is in league's top in rebounds (5th best: 8.5rpg) and averages solid 1.4bpg and 56.1% FGP.
Second best performed player last round was Keith Gayden (202-F-83) of Platense. He is American forward in his first season at Platense. In the last game Gayden recorded impressive 37 points and 7 rebounds. Bad luck as Platense was edged by slightly higher-ranked Parque Sur (#2, 19-15) 80-78. It was definitely game of the week between two contenders to the top position in Center South. Platense still maintains its place in the top 4 of the standings, even despite this loss. His team is not often considered as one of the league's best with a mere 14-16 record. Gayden is one of the most experienced players at Platense and has a reputation of one of team's most reliable players.
Third place about best performers goes to another BHY Tiro Federal's star - guard Emiliano Correa (189-PG-91). Correa showcased his all-around game by recording 15 points, eight rebounds and twelve assists (!!!) in the last round. He was another key player of BHY Tiro Federal, helping his team with a 93-67 easy win against slightly lower-ranked Obera TC (#5, 12-22). The chances of BHY Tiro Federal ranking at the top of North, however are very questionable as they have already lost 20 games, recording just fourteen victories. With bigger assistance of his teammates, Correa could help BHY Tiro Federal to bring them higher in the standings. Correa has a great season in Argentina. After 30 games, he made it on the list of the league's leaders in assists with 4.9apg (6th best). He also has 2.3spg and FGP: 50.7%.
Other top performing players last week: 4. Arkeem Joseph (206-C-94) of Obera TC - 18 points and 12 rebounds 5. Nate Carter (200-F-83) of Villa Angela - 33 points and 4 rebounds 6. Jeffrey Fahnbulleh (200-C/F-85) of Ciclista - 28 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assists 7. Ike Okoye (206-F/C-86) of Salta Basket - 20 points, 14 rebounds and 2 assists 8. Santiago Gonzalez (203-C-83) of San Isidro - 12 points and 21 rebounds 9. Jerome Hill (198-F-94) of Huracan - 22 points and 7 rebounds 10. Nicolas Lauria (202-F-88) of Comunicaciones - 19 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists
The Player of the week is chosen based on efficiency calculation, but also including game result, importance of the game, if played recorded double-double/triple-double, etc. The efficiency formula is a combination of various formulas used by different basketball organizations/leagues. We got involved many basketball scouts and journalists to assure it's accuracy. The formula: 1.5*PTS + 3* (REB+AST+ST+BL-TO) - 2*BSAG - 4*PF + 3*PFRV + 4* (2FGPM+3FGPM) + 1.5*FTM - 3* (2FGPA-2FGPM) - 3* (3FGPA-3FGPM) - (FTA-FTM)
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