VALTERS, KRISTAPS
Height: 1.88 Born: 18 September, 1981 Nationality: Latvia
EuroLeague 2018-19 STATISTICS
EuroLeague 2018-19 individual rankings
This player is not ranked among the Top 25 in any category.
Index rating17 Unicaja Malaga vs. Zalgiris Kaunas 10/25/2011
Points20 Unicaja Malaga vs. Zalgiris Kaunas 10/25/2011
Offensive rebounds2 Zalgiris Kaunas vs. Unicaja Malaga 11/30/2011
Defensive rebounds3 Unicaja Malaga vs. Real Madrid 1/19/2012
Total rebounds4 Unicaja Malaga vs. Zagreb 11/9/2011
Assists7 Unicaja Malaga vs. Real Madrid 1/19/2012
Steals3 CSKA Moscow vs. Unicaja Malaga 11/16/2011
Blocks1 Unicaja Malaga vs. Panathinaikos Athens 11/24/2011
Minutes31 Zalgiris Kaunas vs. Unicaja Malaga 11/30/2011
Career Notes
  • Grew up with ASK Broceni Riga (Latvia) juniors.
  • Made his debut with ASK Broceni Riga during the 1998-99 season.
  • Played there also the 1999-00 championship.
  • Moved to Turkey for the 2000-01 season signed by Muratpasa Antalya.
  • Back to Latvia for the 2001-02 season, signed by BK Skonto Riga.
  • Played there also the 2002-03 championship.
  • Moved to Greece for the 2003-04 season, signed by Panionios Athens.
  • On December'03 moved back to Latvia signed by BK Skonto Riga.
  • Moved to Germany for the 2004-05 season, signed by EWE Oldenburg.
  • Played there also the 2005-06 championship.
  • Moved to Italy for the 2006-07 season, signed by Amatori Udine.
  • Signed for the 2007-08 season by Scafati Basket.
  • On December'07 moved to Russia, signed by Triumph Lyubertsy.
  • Moved to Spain for the 2008-09 signed by Fuenlabrada.
  • Signed for the 2009-10 season by Joventut Badalona.
  • Signed for the 2010-11 season by Baloncesto Fuenlabrada.
  • Signed for the 2011-12 season by CB Malaga.
  • Moved to Germany for the 2012-13 season, signed by Artland Dragons Quakenbrueck.
  • On November'12, back to Spain, signed by Baloncesto Fuenlabrada.
  • Moved to Turkey for the 2013-14 season, signed by TED Ankara.
Miscellaneous
  • Won the 1998-99 Latvian National Championship with ASK Broceni Riga.
  • Played the 2000 and 2003 Latvian All Star Game.
  • Won the 2003 Latvian All Star Game 3-Pt Shootout Contest.
  • Has been member of the Latvian Junior National Team.
  • Played at the 1999 World Junior Championship.
  • Member of the Latvian National Team.
  • Played at the 2001, 2003, 2005 and 2009 European Championship.
Euroleague
Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG % 3FG % FT % Reb St As Bl
2011-12 Unicaja Malaga 13 107 8.2 12/30 40 19/59 32.2 26/36 72.2 23 10 40 1
Totals 13 107 8.2 12/30 40 19/59 32.2 26/36 72.2 23 10 40 1
Averages 13 107 8.2 12/30 40 19/59 32.2 26/36 72.2 1.8 0.8 3.1 0.1
Eurocup
Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG % 3FG % FT % Reb St As Bl
2006-07 Snaidero Udine 12 151 12.6 26/45 57.8 28/61 45.9 15/22 68.2 44 15 60 1
2007-08 Triumph Lyubertsy 5 32 6.4 5/6 83.3 5/19 26.3 7/10 70 10 2 11 0
2009-10 DKV Joventut 12 81 6.8 8/17 47.1 17/42 40.5 14/16 87.5 18 8 56 1
2012-13 Artland Dragons 2 12 6 3/7 42.9 2/6 33.3 0/0 0 2 2 6 0
2013-14 Aykon TED Ankara Kolejliler 19 187 9.8 20/47 42.6 42/94 44.7 21/25 84 46 21 105 2
Totals 50 463 9.3 62/122 50.8 94/222 42.3 57/73 78.1 120 48 238 4
Averages 50 463 9.3 62/122 50.8 94/222 42.3 57/73 78.1 2.4 1 4.8 0.1
Career Stats
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Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG
M-A
% 3FG
M-A
% FT
M-A
% Reb St As Bl
1998/99  Broceni 23 351 15,3 86/155 55,5 40/90 44,4 59/72 81,9 94 62 111 ...
1999/00  Broceni 8 148 18,5 42/75 56 15/51 29,4 19/28 67,9 24 8 20 ...
2000/01  Muratpasa 19 260 13,7 70/131 53,4 26/93 28 42/55 76,4 64 37 53 ...
2001/02  Skonto 23 471 20,5 85/138 61,6 78/168 46,4 67/90 74,4 69 62 83 11
2002/03  Skonto 20 430 21,5 100/162 61,7 42/96 43,8 104/126 82,5 78 52 66 4
2003/04  Panionios 9 36 4 11/20 55 2/12 16,7 8/13 61,5 10 4 4 0
 Skonto 12 197 16,4 38/62 61,3 29/63 46 34/44 77,3 56 20 67 2
2004/05  Oldenburg 32 341 10,7 46/100 46 53/141 37,6 90/116 77,6 64 43 94 3
2005/06  Oldenburg 34 448 13,2 63/135 46,7 62/175 35,4 136/158 86,1 133 49 136 4
2006/07  Udine 26 208 8 18/42 42,9 41/82 50 49/59 83,1 57 24 73 2
2007/08  Triumph 12 78 6,5 10/16 62,5 18/39 46,2 4/6 66,7 31 4 34 1
2008/09  Fuenlabrada 32 356 11,1 34/69 49,3 73/152 48 69/80 86,3 102 24 154 3
2009/10  Badalona 33 247 7,5 27/60 45 51/133 38,3 40/47 85,1 54 25 143 5
2010/11  Fuenlabrada 34 353 10,4 58/115 50,4 59/156 37,8 60/69 87 91 32 154 7
2011/12  Unicaja 29 273 9.4 29/56 51.8 52/110 47.3 59/72 81.9 46 23 0 0
2012/13  Artland Dragons 8 63 7.9 6/15 40.0 10/26 38.5 21/22 95.5 16 8 17 1
 Fuenlabrada 22 205 9.3 22/55 40.0 40/112 35.7 41/49 83.7 44 21 63 0