2009-10Regular SeasonRound 2
October 28, 2009 CET: 20:45
Local time: 20:45 PALACIO VISTALEGRE
Louis Bullock - Real MadridReal Madrid earned its first victory of the Euroleague season before its home crowd and handed Asseco Prokom its second defeat 94-72 on Wednesday in the Spanish capital. Head coach Ettore Messina’s team improved to 1-1 in Group D on the strength of an electrifying offensive display in the first half, hitting 81% from two-point range and 6-of-13 from long range, to go into the break up 18 and with the game well in hand. Darjus Lavrinovic led the winners with 19 points. Louis Bullock seconded his center's effort with 14, and Jorge Garbajosa scored 13, all in the decisive first half. Rimantas Kaukenas chipped in with 11 points while Sergi Vidal and Sergio Llull notched 10 points apiece. Qyntel Woods paced Prokom with a game-high 22 points. David Logan scored 19 and Ronnie Burrell had 14 points and 13 rebounds. Apart from barely missing from the field, Madrid also did its job on defense. After Logan scored a quick 15 points in the opening minutes to keep Prokom in the game, Madrid made sure he would not be a factor and shut him down while continuing to pour it on to run away with the game.

Garbajosa opened the scoring for Real Madrid with a three-pointer from the top of key. Daniel Ewing answered by slicing in for a layup. Travis Hansen drained a triple, and Logan matched him with one of his own in a frenetic first quarter. Lavrinovic scored to put Madrid up 8-5, but Logan attacked the basket for 2 more. Logan scored on back-back steals the guard turned into easy breakaway baskets for a 10-11 advantage. After a Madrid timeout, Bullock drilled a three from the wing. Logan, completely on fire, reached 15 points on back-to-back threes. Lavrinovic hit a triple from the corner, and Vidal finished a fastbreak to put Madrid up 20-17. Woods scored in the paint. Llull responded with a three, but Woods drained a deep triple. A floater and three-pointer from Garbajosa sent Madrid into the second quarter up 30-22.

David Logan - Asseco ProkomKaukenas made an easy layup to get the lead into double digits at the start of the quarter. Woods assisted a slashing Jan-Hendrik Jagla, but Lavrinovic finished a break with a slam to push the lead to 13. After a short quiet spell from both teams, Kaukenas swished an open jumper. Another empty trip from Prokom was taken advantage of by Hansen, who hit a tough jumper to put Madrid up 41-26. Burrell tried to stop the bleeding with a dunk, but Garbajosa dropped a jumper. Woods got 2 with a move in the post and then, after the rare Madrid miss, he assisted Burrell for a layin. But Kaukenas got a jumper to fall with the shot clock running down and Garbajosa got another three to keep extending the lead as Madrid went into the half up 51-33.

Woods started the third period firing a three-pointer from the wing. Lavrinovic responded by pulling in an offensive board and putting it back over two Prokom defenders, but Woods, knowing that it was now of never, stepped up and drained a three-pointer from the top of the key. The Prokom forward then assisted Burrell for an inside score, 55-41. Madrid turned up the defense once again to shut down Woods and grew its advantage with Lavrinovic scoring 4 free throws in a row. After Pape Sow scored inside, Vidal drove in and got a tough layin to fall. Lull earned 2 more on a goaltending call, and then picked up an unsportsmanlike foul from Woods on a breakaway and made the 2 free throws. Madrid was not to be stopped and went up by 25 as Vidal swished a three from the corner as the shot clock buzzer sounded and Madrid coasted to a 68-45 lead at the end of the third quarter.

The tide did not turn in the fourth as Lavrinovic scored inside and Bullock drilled another three-pointer. Novica Velickovic hit from one step behind the three-point arc and Madrid went up 78-47 after Vidal converted a steal into a layup. Bullock and Woods traded three-pointers, and then the two scorers each hit from two-point range. Prokom scored 6 points on baskets by Logan, Woods and Burrell, but Vladimir Dasic scored from deep and then assisted a cutting Lavrinovic for the easy bucket, 90-62. Burrell and Ewing nailed three-pointers and Woods broke away for a layup to get the deficit down to 20, but the game was long over by then.
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
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Referees: DRABIKOVSKY, VOLODYMR (UKR), JOVCIC, MILIVOJE (SRB), RUTESIC, ZDRAVKO (MNE)
Attendance: 5800
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Real Madrid30211726
Asseco Prokom22111227
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Real Madrid30516894
Asseco Prokom22334572
Real Madrid
  Rebounds Blocks Fouls
# Player Min Pts 2FG 3FG FT O D T As St To Fv Ag Cm Rv PIR
5 PRIGIONI, PABLO 21:02   0/2 0/2     3 3 3 1 3   1     -1
6 HANSEN, TRAVIS 14:12 6 1/2 1/3 1/2 2 1 3 1 1       1 2 8
7 LAVRINOVIC, DARJUS 23:54 19 6/7   7/11 1 4 5 5 4 3     2 8 31
13 KAUKENAS, RIMANTAS 26:38 11 4/5 1/3         1 2       1   10
14 VELICKOVIC, NOVICA 26:23 7 2/5 1/1   1 3 4 2 2 1     1 1 11
15 GARBAJOSA, JORGE 20:03 13 2/4 2/5 3/4 2 2 4 4 1 1   1 1 2 15
20 VIDAL, SERGI 19:06 10 3/3 1/1 1/2 1 2 3 2 1 1       2 16
21 DASIC, VLADIMIR 5:42 3   1/3     2 2 1         1   3
22 BULLOCK, LOUIS 17:22 15 1/1 3/5 4/4       1         3 4 15
23 LLULL, SERGIO 18:58 10 3/3 1/3 1/4   4 4 4 1     1   2 15
25 SAMB, CHEICK 2:42           1 1               1
51 DE MIGUEL, IGNACIO 3:58                   1         -1
Team             2 2               2
Totals 200:00 94 22/32 11/26 17/27 7 24 31 24 13 10 0 3 10 21 125
        68.8% 42.3% 63%
Head coach: MESSINA, ETTORE
Min: Minutes played; Pts: Points; 2FG M-A: 2-point Field Goals (Made-Attempted); 3FG M-A: 3-point Field Goals (Made-Attempted); FT M-A: Free Throws (Made-Attempted); Rebounds: O (Offensive), D (Defensive), T (Total); As: Assists; St: Steals; To: Turnovers; Bl: Blocks (Fv: In Favor / Ag: Against); Fouls: Cm (Commited), Rv (Received); PIR: Performance Index Rating
Asseco Prokom
  Rebounds Blocks Fouls
# Player Min Pts 2FG 3FG FT O D T As St To Fv Ag Cm Rv PIR
6 BRAZELTON, TYRONE 15:12               1   3     1 2 -1
9 SOW, PAPE 14:49 4 2/6     1 3 4     1     2 1 2
12 LOGAN, DAVID 38:09 19 5/7 3/9     2 2   4 3 1   3 1 13
13 KOSTRZEWSKI, MATEUSZ 6:58                              
14 JAGLA, JAN 16:15 4 2/2 0/2     1 1           4   -1
16 LAPETA, ADAM DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
20 SZCZOTKA, PIOTR 5:51           1 1           1    
24 WOODS, QYNTEL 32:25 22 5/7 4/10 0/1 1 5 6 4 2 5 1   4 2 19
28 SEWERYN, LUKASZ DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
30 BURRELL, RONNIE 30:50 14 5/9 1/2 1/1 5 8 13 1   4     4 2 17
32 EWING, DANIEL 28:23 9 2/2 1/6 2/2 1   1 4 1 4 1   1 2 8
34 HRYCANIUK, ADAM 11:08           1 1   2       2   1
Team                                
Totals 200:00 72 21/33 9/29 3/4 8 21 29 10 9 20 3 0 22 10 58
        63.6% 31% 75%
Head coach: PACESAS, TOMAS

Head Coaches

MESSINA, ETTORE
Real Madrid
"I am very happy with the outcome of this game. I am really satisfied with the intensity we put out there from the very beginning and the balance we had between offense and defense. The key to this game was being able to break it at the right time. It is an important win for us, because we are still missing some injured players. I want to highlight the good job my team did on offense, with many players in double digits, knowing what to do on the court."
PACESAS, TOMAS
Asseco Prokom
"First of all, congratulations to Madrid for its great work tonight. They played really well. We committed many turnovers and this is something that has happened to us in the last games, a problem we have not been able to solve. We did not manage to stop Garbajosa and Lavrinovic early in the game and that cost us a big part of this game. Once we tried to rally in the second half, it was already too late. I am not happy because unlike Madrid, we didn't take many free throws. We tried to play more aggressively once the outcome was clear to be able to compete until the final second."

Players

VIDAL, SERGI
Real Madrid
"We did what we had to do, which is play aggressive and do a good job in all aspects of the game. We moved the ball really well in offense, finishing important offenses in the best way possible. Personally, I am expecting to improve my game even though I did alright tonight. Personally, and as a team, there is a lot of room for improvement, but we are working in the right direction to do that. Madrid managed to play at the same level all 40 minutes, and this is something we have not been able to do a lot so far this season. We managed to stay intense for all 40 minutes, staying focused in the second half."
LLULL, SERGIO
Real Madrid
"We were really focused tonight and played really well. We knew what we had to do from the very beginning. We managed to lock the defensive rebounds and circulate the ball really well. We felt very comfortable on the court tonight. We are happy to add our first Euroleague win this season. As for the game, it is a good step forwards for the upcoming game against Panathinaikos next week. I am happy because I always try to do my best to help my team work and I think this is what I did tonight."
BURRELL, RONNIE
Asseco Prokom
"We had a bad game against a great team. They dominated the boards and executed the pick-and-roll really well. We cannot commit so many turnovers. We have to improve a lot in this direction. I am not happy with my work tonight. I am only happy when we win and that didn't happen tonight."
JAGLA, JAN
Asseco Prokom
"We played against a very good team tonight. Of course, we came here to win, but were fully aware that we were facing a very tough game from the very beginning. We struggled when David Logan stopped scoring, but that is logical, we cannot pretend to win a game like this with all our points coming from the same player. We had to help him out and did not manage to do that. Personally, I think I had a bad game. I am still adjusting to this team, I am new in a team with a lot of players from last season."
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