2005-06Regular SeasonRound 12
January 26, 2006 CET: 20:45
Local time: 20:45 PALACIO VISTALEGRE

Team Stats

Ave.   Ave.
72.2 Points 79.1
32.7 Rebounds 33.4
12.5 O. Rebounds 10.2
20.3 D. Rebounds 23.2
11.4 Assists 15.1
9.2 Steals 13.9
3.8 Blocks 2.4
13.8 Turnovers 13.2
47.9 % 2PT 54.6 %
39.2 % 3PT 34.1 %
72.9 % FT 78.1 %
76.6 Index 92.9

Player Stats

Ave.   Ave.
16.7 / Bullock Points 14.7 / Andersen
8.4 / Reyes Rebounds 8.1 / Andersen
2.6 / Reyes OR 1.7 / Andersen
5.8 / Reyes DR 6.4 / Andersen
2.3 / Bullock Assists 3.8 / Papaloukas
2.2 / Bullock Steals 2.2 / Vanterpool
1.5 / HAMILTON, VENSON Blocks 0.8 / Savrasenko
2.5 / Reyes Turnovers 2.2 / Vanterpool
61.8 % / Hervelle 2PT 73.0 % / Papaloukas
52.8 % / Hervelle 3PT 50.0 % / Andersen
87.0 % / Rakocevic FT 92.5 % / Andersen
14.4 / Bullock Index 18.3 / Andersen

Records

Ave.   Ave.
0-0 Final Four 0-0
0-0 Playoffs 0-0
0-0 Top 16 0-0
0-0 Regular Season 0-0
7-4 Overall 7-4

Referees

Crew Chief
JUNGEBRAND, CARL, Finland
Referee
LAMONICA, LUIGI, Italy
Umpire
RYZHYK, BORYS, Ukraine

Quotes Head Coaches

Players

CSKA Moscow survived a tough battle for third place in Group C by rallying to beat Real Madrid 71-80 in overtime on the road in Spain on Thursday. The victory, which lifted CSKA's record to 8-4, came at a cost, however, as both swingman David Vanterpool and center David Andersen left the game with respective knee injuries. Madrid dropped to 7-5 and will finish fourth unless it wins the last two games while CSKA loses both. Sergei Panov became the unexpected hero, scoring 8 of his 14 points in overtime after he replaced the injured Andersen. Trajan Langdon led CSKA with 17 points, Andersen added 15, Panov 14 and Nikita Kourbanov 11 for the winners. Igor Rakocevic led Real Madrid with 26 points. Felipe Reyes added 17 and 13 rebounds and Louis Bullock, who also left the game at halftime, scored 11 for the hosts. Real Madrid led 60-47 after 30 minutes but Andersen, Langdon and Theo Papaloukas fueled a CSKA comeback, while Panov shined in the extra period to seal the win.

Langdon followed Panov's easy basket with a fast break layup to give CSKA a 2-4 lead. Madrid had its own go-to guy in Reyes, who scored 3 times around the basket to force a CSKA timeout at 6-4. The guests improved its defense, while Andersen followed free throws with a layup off a pick-and-roll, igniting a 0-9 run which Langdon capped with his first triple, good for a 6-13 CSKA margin. Reyes fired in a five-meter jumper which Andersen immediately matched with a layup. Reyes - who else? - kept the hosts alive, as he scored his team's opening 10 points and then fed Edu Hernandez-Sonseca for a close basket. Both teams went scoreless for almost 2 minutes until Vasiliy Zavourev hit a corner three for a 12-18 CSKA edge at the end of the first quarter.

CSKA kept shutting down Madrid's perimeter players early in the second quarter, while Vanterpool slashed for a layup and a 12-20 lead. Holden buried a big three, as Real Madrid had been scoreless for almost 4 minutes. Bullock hit a tough jumper which Mous Sonko followed with a three-point play to bring the hosts within 17-24. Langdon silenced the crowd with a three from the top of the key but Rakocevic copied him for a 20-27 score. Andersen and Bullock exchanged free throws, as the game turned into a physical battle. Bullock came off a screen to hit a triple, igniting a 6-0 run which Rakocevic capped with free throws to get the hosts within 28-31. Rakocevic followed a second-chance basket with a three which put Madrid in charge, 33-32. Andersen canned a jumper and Nikita Kourbanov buried a three, but Bullock made free throws for a 37-37 halftime tie.

Theo Papaloukas fed Panov for an open three early in the third quarter, but he received a technical foul that helped Madrid to regain the lead, 41-40, on free throws by Rakocevic. Reyes added a close basket and Hamilton banked in a short jumper for a 45-40 Madrid margin, after a 8-0 run. Holden got CSKA back in track with a bomb from downtown and Papaloukas added an acrobatic layup to tie the game, 45-45. Madrid entered the foul bonus midway through this period, but back-to-back threes by Rakocevic put the hosts back in charge, 51-47. CSKA called timeout but Rakocevic fired in another two more from downtown in a 15-0 run which gave Madrid a 60-47 margin at the end of the third quarter, as CSKA went scoreless in the final 4 minutes of this period.

CSKA needed a quick comeback to get back into the game and Kourbanov tried to ignit with free throws, but the guests still had troubles in offense while Real Madrid had started to use long possessions to avoid troubles. Andersen hit a jumper which made it a nine-point game, 60-51. Madrid called timeout but Papaloukas slashed for a layup to bring CSKA even closer, 60-53. Reyes nailed a five-meter jumper which Kourbanov erased with a put-back layup. Papaloukas took over with a fast break dunk which Langdon followed with a three to get CSKA back into the game, 62-60, after a 2-13 run. Hamilton hit a short jumper but Panov, Andersen and Papaloukas combined for 4 of 6 free throws for a 64-64 tie with 1:40 to go. Reyes stepped up with a put-back basket but Langdon tied it again at 66-66 with 41 seconds remaining. Real Madrid had a turnover, allowing CSKA to get the final possession in regulation, but Holden's buzzer-beating jumper went in and out.

Andersen left the game early in the extra period due to a knee injury, as Panov came off the bench to hit 1 of 2 free throws for a 66-67 CSKA edge. Panov beat the shot clock with a floating layup which Rakocevic erased with a four-meter jumper to keep Madrid into the game, 68-69. Panov drew a foul and made both free throws and Kourbanov added a coast-to-coast fast break dunk to force a Madrid timeout at 68-73 with 2 minutes to go. Madrid tried short possessions now with no success while Panov sealed a well-deserved win with a corner three-pointer.
Thursday, January 26, 2006
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Referees: JUNGEBRAND, CARL (FIN), LAMONICA, LUIGI (ITA), RYZHYK, BORYS (UKR), SALGUERO, RICARDO (ESP)
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By Quarter1234Extra 1
Real Madrid12252365
CSKA Moscow1819101914
End of Quarter1234Extra 1
Real Madrid1237606671
CSKA Moscow1837476680
Real Madrid
  Rebounds Blocks Fouls
# Player Min Pts 2FG 3FG FT O D T As St To Fv Ag Cm Rv PIR
4 HAMILTON, VENSON 16:30 9 3/3   3/4 1 3 4 1 1 3 1   4 4 12
5 SONKO, MOUSTAPHA 32:45 6 1/2 1/4 1/1   4 4 3 1 1     4 2 7
8 RAKOCEVIC, IGOR 37:45 26 2/8 6/11 4/4 1 3 4 1 1 6   1 2 7 19
9 REYES, FELIPE 37:00 17 8/10   1/2 5 8 13 2 4 2     3 4 32
13 GARCIA, HECTOR 3:45   0/1                         -1
14 GONZALEZ DE LAS CUEVAS, OSCAR DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
15 GELABALE, MICKAEL 27:30   0/3 0/4   5   5     2     1 1 -4
16 HERNANDEZ-SONSECA, EDU 13:15 2 1/5 0/1   1 1 2       1   3   -3
17 HERVELLE, AXEL 21:00     0/4     3 3     1 1   3 1 -3
21 SINANOVIC, NEDZAD DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
22 BULLOCK, LOUIS 15:15 11 2/4 1/2 4/4 1   1           2 2 9
33 TOMAS, MARKO 20:15   0/1 0/4     1 1 1 1 2     4   -8
Team             2 2   1 2       1 2
Totals 225:00 71 17/37 8/30 13/15 14 25 39 8 9 19 3 1 26 22 62
        45.9% 26.7% 86.7%
Head coach: MALJKOVIC, BOZIDAR
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
CSKA Moscow
  Rebounds Blocks Fouls
# Player Min Pts 2FG 3FG FT O D T As St To Fv Ag Cm Rv PIR
4 PAPALOUKAS, THEODOROS 35:45 9 4/6 0/5 1/2   5 5 5 2 4     3 2 8
5 KURBANOV, NIKITA 33:30 11 3/5 1/3 2/2 2 1 3 2 2 3   1 3 2 9
6 PANOV, SERGEY 14:45 14 2/2 2/2 4/6       1         4 2 11
7 ZAVORUEV, VASILY 4:00 3   1/1                   1   2
9 VANTERPOOL, DAVID 13:00 4 2/3     1 2 3 2   2     3 1 4
10 HOLDEN, J.R. 39:30 6 0/5 2/5     2 2 3 1 1     3 5 5
11 PASHUTIN, ZAKHAR DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
12 DYACHOK, VLADIMIR DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
13 ANDERSEN, DAVID 35:00 15 4/10   7/8 1 2 3   1 2     1 5 14
14 SAVRASENKO, ALEKSEY 8:15 1 0/3   1/2 3 1 4         2 1 2  
15 KASHIROV, ANATOLY DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
21 LANGDON, TRAJAN 41:15 17 1/3 3/5 6/8   8 8 1 4 3 1   3 7 26
Team             4 4   2 1         5
Totals 225:00 80 16/37 9/21 21/28 7 25 32 14 12 16 1 3 22 26 84
        43.2% 42.9% 75%
Head coach: MESSINA, ETTORE
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Players

BULLOCK, LOUIS
Real Madrid
"CSKA is an experienced team and the main difference between both teams tonight was that when they took the advantage in the decisive minutes they used that and managed to get the win. We were confused in offense and they had a clear head in all the plays. We had no option against a team like CSKA playing like this."
PAPALOUKAS, THEODOROS
CSKA Moscow
"We won but we are sad with what happened with David Andersen. We prefer to lose games instead of having players injured like this. Madrid played well when they found the option with Igor Rakocevic but we stayed in the right place and in the decisive moments we pulled an important win."
ZAVORUEV, VASILY
CSKA Moscow
"This win was very important. The coach knew the right words and how to sya them in the last moments. We made all the important shots in the end and we also defended strong."
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