update of the statistical leaders of the first round

On this free day for EuroBasket 2022 (it’s good, little), the time is good for make sauerkraut at noon check the individual statistics in this first round. Who is the best scorer in the Euros? The best rebounder? Who is the most beautiful and the most balls of the opponent? We make a big point, for lovers of numbers!

We had some great performances in this first round of EuroBasket. Expected superstars of course, but not only, with faces and names we know with a smile. A little break today before the start of the round of 16, you can find the complete bracket right here, and the opportunity is therefore perfect to make a big statistical point, good numbers, good Laurent Romejko. Come on, welcome to math class, follow the guide.

Top scorers:

  • Giannis Antetokounmpo: 29.5
  • Alexander Vezenkov: 26.8
  • Luka Doncic: 26.6

If Giannis Antetokounmpo puts a pill all over Europe, we also notice the beautiful EuroBasket of Bulgarian Vezenkov, whose picture we painted for you a few days ago, the grandfather is more surrounded by superstars that we expect in turn and to whom all replied . Lauri Markkanen also gave a kiss with his 24.8 pawns per game, the Dutchman Worthy De Jong averaged 16.4 and, on the French side Evan Fournier (15) and the surprising Guerschon Yabusele (14.8) sent in the dough.

Best rebounders:

  • Alexander Vezenkov: 12.2
  • Jonas Valanciunas: 11.4
  • Sandro Mamukelashvili: 11

Well, there’s that good Alex again, that good old Bulgarian. Behind the former MVP of the Greek championship? NBAer do you want to be here. Jonas Valanciunas, Sandro Mamukelashvili, Nikola Jokic, Rudy Gobert, Giannis Antetokounmpo or Alperen Sengun? If you pass one of these guys under the circle, spoiler you won’t see the ball. Except for Georgian in the band, e, which you won’t see in the round of 16.

Best passers:

  • Tomas Satoransky: 9
  • Dee Bost: 8.4
  • Vasilije Micic and Kendrick Perry 7.4

On top of this classification of blacklists we see the leader of the Czech selection, returned in time to drive his friends and authors, above all, in a big game yesterday during the “play-in” against Israel . Dee Bost, for his part, supported Tsar Vezenkov and above all for Bulgaga, while Micic and Perry were the official conductors of Serbia and Montenegro. The first Frenchie in the ranking? Thomas Heurtel and his 7.2 passes per game, this is bad.

Best blockers:

  • Jusuf Nurkic: 2
  • Ivica Zubac: 1.6
  • Mike Tobey: 1.5

Welcome to the temple guardians. Jusuf Nurkic and Ivica Zubac proudly represent the farmers’ union with steely hands, Mike Tobey proved in the first round that he was not only there to open the gift packages offered by Luka Doncic, and in the background we find guys who are somewhat known like Rudy Gobert , Jonas Valanciunas and Giannis Antetokounmpo, for a change.

Best interceptors:

  • Kendrick Perry and Terry Tarpey: 2.2
  • Nikola Kalinic, Svi Mikhailiuk, Kostas Papanikolaou and Sasu Salin: 2

We continue with the three star pilferers, and again Kendrick Perry sticks his nose in the window. But judge instead who accompanied him, MR. Terry Tarpey aka the great story of this Euro in the French camp, who continues game after game to prove his extraordinary usefulness to us, he who is now an almost unstoppable starter and who should be present. the process of spying on Furkan Korkmaz in his hotel.

Highest lost ball average:

  • Luka Doncic: 4.6
  • Tomas Satoransky: 3.7
  • Myles Hesson and Edon Maxhuni 3.4

It is not surprising here, that Luka Doncic should waste when we know that he touches almost 4000 balls per game. Big-up also these gentlemen Hesson and Maxhuni, Finnish player whose name clearly reminds us of a famous artist, we leave you to your imagination.

Most skilled 2-point players:

  • Alexander Balcerowski: 81.8% (27/33)
  • Volodymyr Herun: 75% (18/24)
  • Nikola Jokic 74.5% (35/47)

Doncic 37/50 Gobert

Skilled 3-point players:

  • Nikola Kalinic: 63.2% (12/19)
  • Martin Peterka: 59.1% (13/22)
  • Vanja Marinkovic and David Jelinek: 57.1%

Fact: if you play against Serbia you have a good chance of getting your back kicked, to be polite. half of the Serbian team ran 200% in the parking lot, easy when a pivot causes catches in 4 before giving caviar to his shooters, and a little lower in this classification we are in any in which case note the golden pulse of Guerschon Yabusele and his 55.6% in the parking lot, because Guerche is no longer a ball of energy.

Top throwers:

  • Kristjan Kisting and Johannes Thiemann: 94.1% (16/17)
  • Gabriel Olaseni: 93.8% (15/16)
  • Marius Grigonis: 93.3% (14/15)

We just note that frankly it would be a shame at this level to miss a shot. While it is enough to flex his legs. To say that their salary is millions. Raise your hand if you heard that while watching a game with your dad or uncle.


  • Giannis Antetokounmpo: 33.8
  • Alexander Vezenkov: 31.2
  • Nikola Jokic: 29.8

Oh the big surprise. But what exactly is evaluation? Hmm, for connoisseurs, let’s say it’s a bit like TTFL except you don’t play it. Basically the most accurate way to tell if a player is dominating. So it is inevitable that we will find the leaders we mentioned in the entire lines above, with Rudy Gobert at 16.6 and the first Frenchman in the ranking.

The group stage is good, let’s see now if these people can return to the show from tomorrow and start the round of 16. For Luka Doncic, Giannis Antetokounmpo or Nikola Jokic we have little doubts, for David Jerinek or Voldymyr Herun we have a few more reservations.

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