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LNB Standings
Group 1
 1. Indios SFM 11-6 
 2. Reales LV 10-7 
 3. Metros STGO 8-10 
Group 2
 1. Soles SD 10-8 
 2. Leones SD 9-9 
 3. Caneros Del Este 7-9 
 4. Titanes Licey 6-12 
Full Standings
Santiago Standings
Places 1-4
 1 Cupes 4-2 
 2 GUG 3-3 
 3 Sameji 3-3 
 4 Plaza 2-4 
Places 5-6
 1 CDP 3-7 
 2 Pueblo Nuevo 3-7 
Stage One Standings
Full Standings
La Vega League Standings
 1. Parque Hostos 5-2 
 2. Enriquillo 4-4 
 3. Dosa 3-3 
 4. Mattica 3-3 
 5. La Villa 2-4 
TBS Standings
Group A
 1. Rafael Barias 6-4 
 2. El Million 6-4 
 3. Huellas Del Siglo 4-6 
 4. Bameso 2-8 
Group B
 1. Mauricio Baez 8-2 
 2. San Carlos 7-3 
 3. San Lazaro 5-5 
 4. Los Prados 2-8 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Paris BASS
  Avg: 27.1
 1. P.Bass Titanes27.1 
 2. G.Suero Indios S24.6 
 3. V.Liz Metros S21.9 
 4. J.Moore Metros S21.2 
 5. M.Rhett Leones SD17.5 
 6. C.Fells Soles SD17.2 
 7. J.Suero Indios S17.1 
 8. T.Woodbury Titanes17.0 
 9. J.Johnson-Coston Titanes16.8 
 10. R.Galloway Leones S16.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Jhonatan ARAUJO
  Avg: 11.4
 1. J.Araujo Caneros11.4 
 2. B.Dawson Caneros10.5 
 3. B.Williams Titanes10.4 
 4. M.Olivares Caneros9.8 
 5. A.Johnson Soles SD9.3 
 6. E.Vargas Metros S9.3 
 7. P.Bass Titanes8.3 
 8. J.Guerrero Leones S8.1 
 9. M.Rhett Leones SD7.7 
 10. K.Gray Soles SD7.1 
Assists Per Game
 Juan Miguel SUERO
  Indios S
  Avg: 5.9
 1. J.Suero Indios S5.9 
 2. G.Rice-Jr Reales L4.8 
 3. J.Soliman Caneros4.7 
 4. J.Coronado Reales L4.6 
 5. J.Corporan Leones S4.5 
 6. A.De-Leon Metros S4.5 
 7. G.Solano Reales LV4.2 
 8. J.Valdez Soles SD4.0 
 9. R.Galloway Leones S3.9 
 10. K.Appling Caneros3.8 
Steals Per Game
 Jaison VALDEZ
  Soles SD
  Avg: 2.9
 1. J.Valdez Soles SD2.9 
 2. M.Olivares Caneros2.0 
 3. V.Liz Metros S1.6 
 4. G.Solano Reales LV1.5 
 5. R.Mendoza Reales L1.5 
 6. R.Bautista Titanes1.5 
 7. P.Bass Titanes1.4 
 8. J.Corporan Leones S1.4 
 9. J.Suero Indios S1.4 
 10. J.Coronado Reales L1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Darian TOWNES
  Reales LV
  Avg: 2
 1. D.Townes Reales LV2.0 
 2. M.Sutton Leones SD1.9 
 3. M.Olivares Caneros1.5 
 4. J.Guerrero Leones S1.5 
 5. D.Riley Indios S1.5 
 6. E.Vargas Metros S1.4 
 7. B.Dawson Caneros1.3 
 8. E.Santana Indios S1.1 
 9. P.Bass Titanes1.0 
 10. K.Gray Soles SD1.0 
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CMC2019: Teams have been named for the 2019 Copa Mitchell Cup - Nov 24, 2018

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SANTIAGO (FIBA Copa Mitchell Cup 2019) - It will be a return to the Copa Mitchell Cup for four of the six participating teams in Santiago after playing in the tournament last year. Among those new teams are Tonga National Team and Atlanta Blaze of the UBA (USA).

The 2019 Copa Mitchell Cup will take place in Santiago, Dominican Republic from January 2-7. Plaza Fernando Valerio will be the hosting club for the third season. Among other club participating in the tournament are Gregorio Urbano Gilbert (Dominican), Fenix Santiago (Nicaraguan), Cleveland Havok (American), Plaza Fernando Valerio (Dominican), Tonga National Team and Atlanta Blaze (American). The five-time reigning champion GIE Maile Matrix withdraw made space for the Blaze for 2019.

Matrix's run in the FIBA Copa Mitchell Cup has been spectacular, GIE has won every CMC tournament since 2014. The American club have been the best team ever in the history of the tournament with five titles and many all Top Preforming Players (John Humphrey (188-G/F-80, college: Middle Tenn.St.) 2014, Erron Maxey (198-F-78, college: Providence) 2015, Jermaine Barnes (193-G/F-83, college: Point, GA) 2016, Jermaine Barnes 2017, Marquin Chandler (202-F-82, college: San Jose St.) 2018).

Team Breakdown:

- Plaza Fernando Valerio: This will be Plaza Fernando Valerio's third time hosting the international tournament. This season Plaza Fernando Valerio will be coached by Charles Rodriguez . The Dominican club will be led by star center Joan Duran and import guard Adrion Graves (192-G-86, college: Xavier). In 2016 Plaza Fernando Valerio finished as the runner up in the tournament.

- Cleveland Havok: This will be the return of the Havok brand in Santiago. The American club finished in the finals in 2017 before withdrawing in 2018. The Cleveland Havok return with headline coach Kevin Franklin . Franklin was apart of the 2012 silver medal National Team in the FIBA Jones Cup in Taiwan. The Cleveland Havok will be led by international guard Jeremee Davis (191-PG-90, college: Georgia Coll.) and Bijan Dotson (203-F/C-88, college: W.Texas A&M). Dotson was apart of the 2015 Championship club. He averaged an impressive 10 points and 13 rebounds.

- Tonga National Team: This will be the first season for the Tonga National Team. FIBA Oceans requested the acceptance of Tonga National Team after the withdrawal of Turks Island. Travis McAvene was named head coach. McAvene is no stranger to the tournament as he has won four of the championships. His first order of business was signing two of the four MVPs (Jermaine Barnes, Marquin Chandler). Chandler is the reigning CMC MVP after averaging an event best 20.3 points per game in 2018. Barnes is the only two-time MVP of the cup. In 2017 he led the Matrix with an impressive 29.8 points per game.

- Atlanta Blaze: The second club selected by Santiago board was the Blaze from the UBA. The Blaze will replace the UBA power GIE Maile Matrix. The Matrix withdrew from the tournament after Freddie Williams suffered his injury. Barnes would also leave to join the Tonga National Team which left the Matrix without much leadership. Former Matrix guard Arrelius Cooper (183-G-84) would get the call to join the CMC. Cooper became head coach of the Atlanta Blaze this summer after an impressive run of five UBA titles in six seasons. The Blaze will be led by Geoff Harner (185-PG-83) and Marquis Barnes (183-G-86, college: Gordon CC).

- Gregorio Urbano Gilbert: The historic Santiago club of Gregorio Urbano Gilbert and club president Felipe Lopez (197-G/F-74, college: St.John's) will return for the third season. Gregorio Urbano Gilbert finished as the runner- up last year losing to the Matrix. GG will be led by center Adris Rodriguez (202-C/F-82) and Iriel Lopez (190-G-89). Rodriguez was named CMC top center after averaging 13 points and 11 rebounds last season. Lopez was named to the All- CMC 2nd Team while averaging just under 15 points per game.

- Fenix Santiago: The Dominican club return to the CMC for the third season. The club is well know for producing ex NBA player Luis Flores (188-G-81, college: Manhattan, agency: Interperformances). Flores was drafted by the Houston Rockets in the 2nd Round of the NBA. Jefree Espinal and Salvador Sadhala will be coaching for the 2019 season.

Jan. 3
Tonga National Team vs. Fenix Santiago
Gregorio Urbano Gilbert vs. Atlanta Blaze
Plaza Fernando Valerio vs. Cleveland Havok

Jan 4
Tonga National Team vs. Gregorio Urbano Gilbert
Atlanta Blaze vs. Plaza Fernando Valerio
Cleveland Havok vs. Fenix Santiago

Jan 5
Tonga National Team vs. Cleveland Havok
Atlanta Blaze vs. Fenix Santiago
Plaza Fernando Valerio vs. Gregorio Urbano Gilbert

Jan 6
Finals (Top 4 teams )   

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