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BSN Standings
 1. Bayamon 21-15 
 2. Santurce 21-15 
 3. Arecibo 20-16 
 4. Aguada 20-16 
 5. Humacao 19-17 
 6. Ponce 18-18 
 7. Guayama 18-18 
 8. Quebradillas 18-18 
 9. San German 16-20 
 10. Manati 15-21 
 11. Mayaguez 12-24 
Last:5/11/2016
SuperLeague 25 Standings
 1. Juana Diaz 2-0 
 2. Penuelas 2-0 
 3. Aguada 1-1 
 4. Moca 1-1 
 5. Hatillo 0-0 
 6. Fajardo 0-1 
 7. Capitalinos 0-2 
 8. Dorado 0-2 
Last:10/21/2013
Points Per Game
 Josh POWELL
  Luoyang
  (206-PF-83)
  Avg: 21.5
 1. Powell, Luoyang21.5 
 2. Costner, Humacao19.9 
 3. Clarke, Arecibo19.1 
 4. James, Santurce18.6 
 5. Ebanks, Ponce18.6 
 6. Vassallo, Ponce18.4 
 7. Behanan, Aguada18.1 
 8. Mendoza, Aguada18.0 
 9. Galindo, Mayaguez17.6 
 10. Phelps, Guayama16.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 Damion JAMES
  Santurce
  (201-F-87)
  Avg: 10.4
 1. James, Santurce10.4 
 2. Behanan, Aguada9.6 
 3. Phelps, Guayama9.4 
 4. Powell, Luoyang9.1 
 5. McGuire, Ponce9.0 
 6. Ogilvy, Manati8.8 
 7. Akindele, Bayamon8.8 
 8. Samhan, San German8.7 
 9. Martinez, Humacao8.6 
 10. Balkman, Arecibo8.4 
Assists Per Game
 Filiberto RIVERA
  Mayaguez
  (190-PG-82)
  Avg: 7.6
 1. Rivera, Mayaguez7.6 
 2. Abreu, Aguada7.1 
 3. Fitch, Marinos7.0 
 4. Rivera, Ponce6.1 
 5. Berdiel, Bayamon5.6 
 6. Lisch, Quebradillas5.4 
 7. Gonzalez, Santurce5.0 
 8. Diaz, Arecibo5.0 
 9. Tucker, Bayamon4.7 
 10. Clarke, Arecibo4.4 
Steals Per Game
 Alexis COLON
  Manati
  (191-G-)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Colon, Manati1.8 
 2. Polynice, Santurce1.7 
 3. Thomas, Guayama1.7 
 4. Tucker, Bayamon1.5 
 5. Mendoza, Aguada1.5 
 6. Moon, Mayaguez1.4 
 7. Gonzalez, Santurce1.4 
 8. De Leon, Manati1.4 
 9. Cintron Cort., San1.4 
 10. Balkman, Arecibo1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Jamario MOON
  Mayaguez
  (203-F-80)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Moon, Mayaguez1.8 
 2. McCrea, Spirou1.8 
 3. Penn, Guayama1.7 
 4. Bowles, Ponce1.6 
 5. McGuire, Ponce1.5 
 6. Samhan, San German1.5 
 7. Diaz, Quebradillas1.3 
 8. Balkman, Arecibo1.2 
 9. Lee, Quebradillas1.1 
 10. Akindele, Bayamon1.1 
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Monsalve ready for a celebration - Aug 29, 2009


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With three easy wins, Brazil has assured itself a place in the quarterfinals of the 2009 FIBA Americas Championship being played at the venerable Roberto Clemente Coliseum. But confidence is not in Jose Manuel Moncho Monsalves vocabulary. The Cariocas head coach knows too well that this tournament is not over, despite what many pundits had said. Thats why the Spanish-born coach is pacing the sidelines of the Dominican Republic-Venezuela game on his teams off day.

Its sort of scouting I guess. There is a lot of basketball ahead. Yes, we have played well enough to win, but we need to do a better job inside. A better job? Brazil is shooting 50% from the floor, 34 from the three point line. Their inside defense, lead by Cleveland Cavaliers F Anderson Varejao and underrated C Tiago Splitter, has been nothing short of spectacular. So much so that he has not needed to turn up the offensive heat so far. If that need arise, another NBA star, Phoenix Suns SG Leandro Barbosa (19 points per game) is ready to lead the charge.

After cakewalking for much of the past two weeks change in the next round were every game is a must win-type. We had played both the Dominican Republic (Day 1 of the tournament) and Puerto Rico (Tuto Marchand Cup) and they are thought teams Of the two, Puerto Rico is the one weighting heavily in the mind of Monsalve. The last time we played them, they were without (Carlos) Arroyo and (Peter John) Ramos. They make a huge difference in their overall game. These additions have made them a very tough inside basketball squad. More so when Ramos and (Danny) Santiago are on the floor at the same time.

The Man as some on his team affectionate call their coach, is as impressed with Ramos sudden development, as most international scouts. When he started out he was so young, inexperienced and with huge expectations on him, that I think detrimental his development. But after having watched him against Uruguay, theres no question he is a different player.
If theres a Puertorrican player Monsalve knows most about, it is the former Orlando Magic PG. Arroyo is outstanding. He does so many things for them. He will complicate things for us on the perimeter.

Still, the Brazilian coach is optimistic, not convince about his teams chances. It will be tough, but I hope for a celebration on the 8th. Why the eight? Thats the day we plan to touch down in Brasilia.

  




Bobby Harris
BVM 2012 Mieres ink Bobby Harris - 5 days ago

BVM 2012 Mieres (EBA) agreed terms with 25-year old American (has also Puerto Rican passport) guard Bobby Harris (185-82kg-91, agency: Duran International). He has only college experience while playing for American International College (NCAA2). In 20 games he had very impressive stats: 16.6ppg, 5.4rpg, 5.0apg and 2.9spg (in top 2) in 2014-15 season. Harris helped them to win Northeast-10 Tournament and end the regular season as the second best team in the conference. He was voted All-Nor...   [read more]

Coty Clarke
Unics ink Coty Clarke, ex Arecibo - 7 days ago

Unics Kazan (VTB) agreed terms with 24-year old American forward Coty Clarke (201-105kg-92, college: Arkansas). He played this summer at Capitanes de Arecibo in Puerto Rican BSN league. Clarke managed to play in three leagues in two countries last year. In 19 BSN games he was third best scorer with impressive 19.1ppg and averaged 6.3rpg and 4.4apg. He helped them to win the league title. A very spectacular season in his career as he was named to Latinbasket.com All-Puerto Rican BSN Honora...   [read more]

Carlos Emory
Nancy tabs Carlos Emory, ex Ponce - 8 days ago

Sluc Nancy Basket Pro (ProA) inked 25-year old Puerto Rican forward Carlos Emory (196-93kg-91). He has a double citizenship as he also holds American passport. Emory played in the summer at Ponce in Puerto Rican BSN league. In 37 games he averaged 9.8ppg, 5.0rpg, 1.5apg and 1.0spg. A very good season in his career as he was selected to Latinbasket.com All-Puerto Rican BSN Honorable Mention. Among other achievements Emory won Puerto Rican BSN championship title for two years in a row (2014...   [read more]


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