THE victory of Peristeri bwin over Prometheus (76-71) combined with an all-time record in offensive rebounds.
The entirety of it Vasilis Spanoulis finished yesterday’s game with 20 offensive rebounds, the second most in Stoiximan Basket League history. The “blue and yellow” had 22 offensive rebounds on October 4, 2003, in the away game against Panionios (62-67).
THE Leonidas Kaselakis he was the star of the bwin Peristeri offensive rebounding recital in yesterday’s game, after taking seven of 20. The international forward thus set a new career high after not exceeding five in his previous 328 games in the Stoiximan Basket League. That’s how much he had in the 1st minor final of last year’s playoffs (Peristeri-PAOK).
The seven offensive rebounds of Kaselakis are also equal to this year’s top performance since Luka Brajkovic of Kolossos also had as many in the 2nd game.
Peristeri bwin did a good job overall in rebounds and the 48 recorded in his statistics is the third highest performance of the season behind the 51 that Kolossos H Hotels had shortly after and the 49 of Prometheus in the 2nd game.
Aside from the two records set in offensive rebounds…
*Leonidas Kaselakis reached two achievements through the lists of the bwin Pigeon. With his 33rd appearance in the Championship, he entered the top 50 on the relevant list after reaching this number by Robert Reisenbuechler (1999-2001) and Dejan Jovanovski (2002-03). With the only defender of the rebound moreover, he became the 49th in the history of Peristeriou bwin in the professional Championship to reach 100.
*Elaiza Mitrou Long, through his 49th appearance in the Stoiximan Basket League, reached and exceeded 100 accurate two-pointers while completing 50 steals.
*Joe Ragland became the second player of this year’s Championship, behind London Perantes of the H Hotels Colossus, to post a second 9+ assist performance. After the 10 he had in the premiere, he distributed nine in yesterday’s game.
The American on the other hand, counting 1/8 two-pointers, equaled the highest performance of missed two-point shots in the season. He shares this negative lead with Jordan McRae of AEK Betsson who was 0/7 in the 2nd and Marek Klassen of Karditsa Japoniki who was 2/9 yesterday.
Source: Sport Fm
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