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Home News JPL 2011/2012 – Regular Season “Statistical Analysis & Recap”
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JPL 2011/2012 – Regular Season “Statistical Analysis & Recap”
06/04/2012

Jordan's Premiere League "Regular Season" ended last Monday, finishing a total of 56 games that were held in exactly two months period.

The final standings showed a perfect record for the Northern new-comer Kofer Yoba, with 14 wins, 79.7 average points scored and 54.4 average points conceded. Nevertheless,  is was the runner-up ASU who had the best attacking and defending throughout the season and only losing the two encounters against the leaders, finishing with 85.7 Avg. Pts Scored & 52.9 avg. pts conceded. Orthodox finished 3rd on the table with 4 losses (against the top two teams) while the fourth and final team qualifying to the Final Four was Al-Riyadi/Aramex. (Complete Regular Season Standings)

First Five / Team

This year’s competition witnessed the shining of some great experienced players as well as some very young new talents. We start our analysis with the best players of each Club that had a significant impact and contribution in the team’s results.

Kofer Yoba

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The leaders relied on only 7 players throughout the season, with Malek Khashan recovering from his injury in the last couple of games. Therefore, the whole team played as one,  and Coach Haytham Taleeb managed to apply an equal rotation for the players.

PGs: Fadel Al-Najjar (29.5 Min/Game), Ahmad Shaker (23.3 Min/Game) 

SG: Nidal Al-Shareef (33.9 Min/Game)

SF: Hani Al-Faraj (29.1 Min/Game)

PFs/C: Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (34.1 Min/Game), Khaldoun Abu-Ruqaiyyah (26.0 Min/Game)

C : Ibrahim Bassam (23.1 Min/Game)


ASU

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This was the only team that maintained a stable (12 men) roster, where everyone had their chance to shine, although Coach Montaser Abu-Altaieb mainly relied on his 6 experienced players.

PG: Mahmoud Abdeen (24.9  Min/Game)

SG: Wesam Al-Sous (28.0 Min/Game)

SF : Mousa Al-Awadi (28.6 Min/Game)

PFs: Moh. Hamdan (25.9 Min/Game) , Abdallah Abu-Qoura (24.0 Min/Game)

C: Islam Abbas (22.5 Min/Game)


Orthodox

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Keeping close to competition, before the successful joining of ASIA’s Finest (Sam Daghlas & Zaid Abbas) in the Final Four. Before that, Coach Imad Alsaeed mainly relied on the veterans Zaid Alkhas (who had the highest overall ratings throughout the season) & Enver Soobzokov (The best Scorer and Three-pointer this season)

PG: Tamer Katami (25.3 Min/Game)

SG: Fares SaqfAlhait (25.6 Min/Game)

SF: Enver Soobzokov(35.6 Min/Game)

C/PFs: Zaid Alkhas (36.8 Min/Game), Ahmad Al-Moghrabi (19.7 Min/Game)


Al-Riyadi/ Aramex

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After winning the Jordan Cup, the team witnesses an unbelievable and never-ending chain of injuries. This meant that Coach Motasem Salameh had to rely on the young players, and use a wise rotation tactics.

PG/SG: Ali Al-Zoubi (26.7  Min/Game)

SG/SF: Issa Kamel (26.4 Min/Game)

PFs/C: Ali Jamal (32.1 Min/Game) , Ahmad Obeid (20.6 Min/Game)

C: Ahmad Aldweiri (23.9 Min/Game)


Al-Wehdat

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The youngest team this season, with very promising talents that will definitely continue to shine for many years to come. The 18 years old (PF/C) Yousef Abu-Wazneh proved to be the best young player this season. Coach Yousef Abu-Baker used a complete 12 players rotation, but mainly relied on :

PG: Moh. Idais (22.9 Min/Game)

SGs/ PG: Zaid Al-Sahouri (20.8 Min/Game), Moh. Nuwarah (21.4 Min/Game)

SF: Ali Saleh (19.3 Min/Game)

C/PFs: Yousef Abu-Wazneh(27.9 Min/Game), Mousa Muleq (18.6 Min/Game)



Kullyieh

Notable participation for Ahmad Kanaan (23.8 Min/Game), Ibrahim Maswadeh (25.8 Min/Game), Thaer Abu-Khadra (18.7 Min/Game) Anan Al-Momani (25.0 Min/Game) & Riyad Aesh (20.0 Min/Game).



Al-Jaleel

Although relegated, after losing twice against Kullyieh, the team showed some very young talents coming from the northern city of Irbid. The 22 years old (PF/C)  Mustafa Mansour was by far the star of the team



Al-Ashrafiyeh

Despite losing all their games, the 3rd northern team also showed some good talents that shined throughout the season. Led by Khaldoun Jbara, Alaa Obeid & the young Qusai Anani



Best Players (Over all)

Based on the following formula, 1.5*PPG + 3*(RPG + APG + SPG + B/G + D/G) + 4*3PPG, the players with the best Efficiency where:

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1.       Zaid Alkhas (67.5)

2.       Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (63.3)

3.       Enver Soobzokov (61.5)

4.       Yousef Abu-Wazneh (60.8)

5.       Mousa Al-Awadi (53.7)

6.       Moh. Hamdan (51.9)

7.       Ali Jamal (50.8)

8.       Mahmoud Abdeen (47.9)

9.       Nidal Alshareef (47.5)

10.   Islam Abbas (46.7)

11.   Wesam Alsous (45.7)

12.   Abdallah Abu-Qoura (44.9)

13.   Hani Alfaraj (44.7)

14.   Ahmad Al-Dweiri (44.0)

15.   Fares SaqfAlhait (41.9)

16.   Issa Kamel (41.6)

17.   Ali Alzoubi (39.1)

18.   Khaldoun Abu-Ruqaiyyah (38.8)

19.   Ahmad Shaker (36.3)

20.   Ahmad Obeid (35.4)



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Top Scorers (Points per Game)

1.       Enver Soobzokov (17.9 PPG)

2.       Zaid Alkhas (14.6 PPG)

3.       Mousa Al-Awadi (14.0 PPG)

4.       Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (13.7 PPG)

5.       Yousef Abu-Wazneh (13.5 PPG)

6.       Ali Jamal (13.4 PPG)

7.       Moh. Hamdan (13.1 PPG)

8.       Mahmoud Abdeen (12.7 PPG)

9.       Issa Kamel (11.9 PPG)

10.      Wesam Alsous (11.6 PPG)



Top Three Pointer (3 Points per Game)

1.       Enver Soobzokov (3.0 – 3PPG)enver.JPG

2.       Wesam Alsous (2.5 - 3PPG)

3.       Mahmoud Abdeen (2.2 - 3PPG)

4.       Mousa Al-Awadi (1.8 - 3PPG)

5.       Issa Kamel (1.6 - 3PPG)

6.       Ali Saleh (1.5 – 3PPG)

Thaer Abu-Khadra (1.5 – 3PPG)

7.       Hani Alfaraj (1.4 – 3PPG)

Fares SaqfAlhait (1.4 – 3PPG)



Top Rebounder (Rebounds per Game)

1.       Yousef Abu-Wazneh (10.8 RPG)12. Yousef Mohammad Abu-Wazneh - Wehdat.JPG

2.       Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (10.7 RPG)

3.       Zaid Alkhas (10.3 RPG)

4.       Ahmad Al-Moghrabi (7.9 RPG)

5.       Ali Jamal (7.3 RPG)

6.       Islam Abbas (6.8 RPG)

7.       Ahmad Aldweiri (6.7 RPG)

8.       Abdallah Abu-Qoura (6.1 RPG)

9.       Moh. Hamdan (5.9 RPG)

10.   Khaldoun Abu-Ruqaiyyah (5.4 RPG) 



Best Assister (Assists per Game)

1.       Wesam Alsous (3.0 APG)wesam4.jpg

2.       Nidal Alshareef (2.9 APG)

Tamer Katami (2.9 APG)

3.       Ahmad Shaker (2.8 APG)

4.       Moh. Idais (2.6 APG)

5.       Mahmoud Abdeen (2.4 APG)

Mousa Al-Awadi (2.4 APG)

Fadel Al-Najjar (2.4 APG)

6.       Ammar Jabri (2.2 APG)

7.       Ali Al-Zoubi (2.1 APG)

Islam Abbas (2.1 APG)



Best Stealer (Steals per Game)

1.       Ali Al-Zoubi (2.5 SPG)13. Ali Al-Zoubi.JPG

2.       Hani Alfaraj (2.3 SPG)

3.       Ammar Jabri (2.2 SPG)

4.       Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (2.1 SPG)

5.       Tamer Katami (1.9 SPG)

6.       Mousa Al-Awadi (1.7 SPG)

7.       Enver Soobzokov (1.6 SPG)

Nidal Alshareef (1.6 SPG)

8.       Ahmad Shaker (1.5 SPG)


Best Blocker (Block-Shots per Game)

1.       Ali Jamal (1.4 BPG)ali.JPG

2.       Zaid Alkhas (1.3 BPG)

3.       Faisal Khair (1.1 BPG)

4.       Ahmad Aldweiri (0.9 BPG)

Abdallah Abu-Qoura (0.9 BPG)

 

 





Best Dunker (Dunks per Game)

1.       Ahmad Aldweiri (1.2 DPG)4. Ahmad Dweiri.JPG

2.       Moh. Hamdan (0.8 DPG)

 

 

 





Posted by Ayman Abu-Douleh

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