ALBA Berlin
Roster
No. Player Country Pos. Height Born More
5 GIFFEY, NIELS Germany Forward 2.01 1991 More
7 KING, ALEX Germany Forward 2.00 1985
8 AKPINAR, ISMET Germany Guard 1.95 1995
9 TABU, JONATHAN Belgium Guard 1.90 1985 More
11 VARGAS, AKEEM Germany Guard 1.92 1990
15 REDDING, REGGIE USA Guard 1.96 1988
18 WOHLFARTH, JONAS Germany Center 2.08 1990
19 STOJANOVSKI, VOJDAN FYROM Guard 1.94 1987 More
22 SEIFERTH, MARTIN Germany Center 2.08 1990 More
25 HAMMONDS, CLIFF USA Guard 1.90 1985
33 McLEAN, JAMEL USA Forward 2.03 1988 More
43 RADOSEVIC, LEON Croatia Center 2.08 1990
  Head Coach        
  OBRADOVIC, SASA Serbia     More
2014-15 Games
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ALBA Berlin's Tabu to miss regular season

German League runner-up ALBA Berlin suffered a blow just weeks before the start of the new Turkish Airlines Euroleague campaign with an injury to Jonathan Tabu. The point guard is expected to miss the entire regular season. Tabu suffered a pectoral muscle tendon injury, which will sideline him for three to four months.

Club info
Alba Berlin returns to the Euroleague for just the third time in 10 years ready to keep its good momentum going. Alba comes off a strong 2013-14 Eurocup season, in which the team won both its regular season and Last 32 groups and swept Dinamo Banco di Sardegna Sassari to reach the quarterfinals with an outstanding 15-3 record behind strong play from David Logan, Levon Kendall and All-Eurocup Second Team selection Reggie Redding. Valencia Basket Club ultimately stopped Alba in the quarterfinals on points differential. Alba made it to the German League finals for the first time since 2011 and lost to FC Bayern Munich. Historically speaking, with eight titles, Alba Berlin has been one of the best teams in the German League over the past two decades and just like last season, the Albatross have shown flashes of Eurocup brilliance as well. Alba became the first German team to win a European trophy when it raised the 1995 Korac Cup, which started a string of success that continues to produce. Sasa Obradovic, Teo Alibegovic and Coach Svetislav Pesic led Alba to that first European title. What followed was dominance on the home front as Berlin reeled off seven consecutive German League titles. Those triumphs also earned Alba a regular spot in the Euroleague, with players like Wendell Alexis, Henrik Rodl and Marco Pesic playing major roles in the dynasty. Alba made it to the Euroleague eighthfinals in 1997, 1998 and 2000 and reached the 2001 FIBA SuproLeague quarterfinals. Alba continued to be a dangerous opponent in the years to come, though it never found the way through to the Top 16. Berlin then began a run of four straight seasons in the ULEB Cup. It made history by winning one of the most exciting ULEB Cup games ever and the longest game recorded in European club competition: a five-overtime 141-127 victory over KK Bosna in December 2007. Alba was the German League regular season champion in 2006 and 2007 and won the German Cup in 2006. With Julius Jenkins and Bobby Brown running the show, Alba won the 2008 German League championship and returned to the Euroleague. In the 2008-09 Euroleague season, Alba finally advanced to the Top 16 for the first time. Alba also lifted the German Cup and its home court, the magnificent o2 World, was home to the 2009 Euroleague Final Four. The following season, Alba advanced to the 2010 Eurocup final – cheered on by fans that traveled by car and bus all the way from Berlin due to air traffic problems – but Valencia ended their chances of seeing their team lift the trophy. Fully established as a top-class basketball organization and widely respected all around the continent, Alba is always competitive and known as a tough team to beat, especially in its outstanding arena, with a sea of yellow fans offering relentless support. Its return to the Euroleague in another step in the club’s long string of success and lends a hand to the rise of German basketball in European competitions.
Trophy Case
Korac Cup: 1995
German National League: 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2007-08
German National Cup:1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2013, 2014
DOMESTIC LEAGUE: Germany
President Supervisory Board:
Dr. Axel Schweitzer, Dieter Hauert
CEO: Marco Baldi
Address Knesebeckstr. 56-58, 10719 Berlin – Germany
Arena O2 WORLD
Tel. +49 30 300 905 10
Fax +49 30 300 905 99