Via HoopsHype.comAccording to BTV (Baltic TV), Lietuvos Rytas might add to the roster Linas Kleiza. The Lithuanian forward is out since months due to a serious injury suffered last NBA season while he was playing with Toronto Raptors Sportando
I think it was Andy Katz or Seth Davis at a Texas practice talking about Kabongo's leadership and chatter non-stop. Made reference to Brown being a junior but never said a peep during practice despite there being 6 freshmen. With 2 years NCAA experience in hand, at this point in time, no doubt Brown is a better player but long term I'd take Kabongo.
both good points, I'm going to assume that the TV broadcast is incorrect in adding up the points,
and other than sort of seeing which players were in the starting lineup I'm not too sure why they show the tip off, they seem to show the final horn too, so it is probably just a way of summarizing the game
Last edited by Rytasfan97; Tue Nov 15th, 2011 at 09:47 PM.
Linas Kleiza denies reports that he's close to joining Lietuvos Rytas. BasketNews.lt
L. Rytas moves to 8-0 in LKL play.
JV stat line: 13 points, 3/6FG, 7/10FT, 3 rebs, 2 ast, 1 stl, 1 blk, 1 to, 22 mins.
Highlights from the game yesterday.
Check the pass at the 30 second mark.
If you go to the L. Rytas website, they have a countdown for each next game.... pretty cool addition to the website, imo.
Last edited by mcHAPPY; Sun Nov 20th, 2011 at 09:35 AM.
Wow, so few fans in the stands. How do they make a financial go of it?
I can understand the logic of some Europeans opting for the packed fieldhouses and stadiums of NCAA basketball over the paychecks of Euro basketball.
Well, to begin with this is just an ordinary game against one of the weakest teams in a Lithuanian Basketball League, weakest league where L.Rytas is competing (though it's one of the strongest country leagues in Europe, but not international). Here you go, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgKhhXGA06o usual LKL game between two strongest teams in the league, that's where the money come from. I'm not mentioning the final series or games versus other teams from abroad, Euroleague for example : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTetSz3UaTc.
Jonas' stat lines may be be amazing, but I love how he fights down low all the time. He never stops. Once he puts some muscle on he'll be tough to contend with down there. plus imagine what he'll be like with a PG like calderon