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JPL 2011/2012 – A close look on the Finals
20/05/2012

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Another basketball season just ended, and it was simply rated by the critics & community as the best in the last decade although it was held without imports. The final outcome resulted in a classic 22nd championship title for Orthodox Club, as they ended an amazing “five game” final clash against rivals ASU. It was obvious that the arrival of the two stars “Sam Daghlas & Zaid Abbas” shifted the power to the new champions who played their cards very cleaver this year, as they also made a last minute successful addition by adding the young shooting guard “Sinan Eid” from Turkey, this was in spite the fact that they lost the contribution of their best two veteran players “Zaid Alkhas & Enver Soobzokov” due to FIBA’s “late & weird” disciplinary decision.

The “Final Four” stage revealed a very close level between all the teams, with the Regular Season leaders Kofer Yoba failing to keep up with the two finalists (Orthodox & ASU) and finishing 3rd this time. The fourth team Al-Riyadi also showed a decent fight, losing two games after 2 extra times, and another two by just a basket. (Final Four Standings)

The first week of the Final stage resulted in a quick 2 out of 3 win for Kofer Yoba over Riyadi as they claimed a deserved & historical 3rd place for the northern club, and it also resulted in a 2-0 run for ASU over Orthodox in a best of five final. The second week was totally different, Orthodox making an amazing comeback and winning the next 3 games with class. (Complete Finals Results & Game Statistics) (YouTube Channel / JPL Videos)

 

Detailed Statistics of the 2nd stage (Final Four + Finals)

This is a statistical summary for the player’s performance throughout the second stage. (Also, check out regular season statistics)

 


Best Players (Over all)

The players with the best Efficiency where:Zaid abbas.JPG

1.       Zaid Abbas (30.2) / Orthodox

2.       Ali Jamal (28.2) / Al-Riyadi

3.       Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (26.8) / Kofer Yoba

4.       Osama Daghlas (25.8) / Orthodox

5.       Enver Soobzokov (16.8) / Orthodox

6.       Moh. Hamdan (16.4) / ASU

7.       Abdallah Abu-Qoura (15.8) / ASU

Mousa Al-Awadi (15.8) / ASU

8.       Wesam Alsous (14.7) / ASU

Khaldoun Abu-Ruqaiyyah (14.7) / Kofer Yoba

9.       Nidal Alshareef (13.8) / Kofer Yoba

10.   Zaid Alkhas (13.3) / Orthodox

11.   Issa Kamel (12.6) / Al-Riyadi

12.   Islam Abbas (11.9) / ASU

13.   Fares SaqfAlhait (11.3) / Orthodox

14.   Mahmoud Abdeen (10.9) / ASU

15.   Fadel Al-Najjar (10.0) / Kofer Yoba

16.   Sinan Eid (9.8) / Orthodox

17.   Mohammad Jamal (8.4) / Al-Riyadi

Hani Alfaraj (8.4) / Kofer Yoba

18.   Faisal Khair (7.8) / Al-Riyadi

19.   Ibrahim Bassam (6.0) / Kofer Yoba

Ahmad Al-Moghrabi (6.0) / Orthodox

 


Top Scorers (Points per Game)ali.JPG

1.       Zaid Abbas (25.1 PPG) / 51%

2.       Ali Jamal (22.8 PPG) /45%

3.       Osama Daghlas (18.7 PPG) / 37%

4.       Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (17.8 PPG) / 44%

5.       Enver Soobzokov (17.3 PPG) / 44%

6.       Wesam Alsous (16.7 PPG) / 38%

7.       Mousa Al-Awadi (16.1 PPG) / 44%

8.       Khaldoun Abu-Ruqaiyyah (14.7 PPG) / 42%

9.       Issa Kamel (14.6 PPG) / 32%

10.   Moh. Hamdan (13.1 PPG) / 42%

11.   Fares SaqfAlhait (12.6 PPG) / 51%

12.   Sinan Eid (12.3 PPG) / 41%

13.   Abdallah Abu-Qoura (12.0 PPG) / 56%

Malek Khashan (12.0 PPG) / 50%

14.   Mohammad Jamal (11.6 PPG) / 44%

15.   Nidal Alshareef (11.5 PPG) / 41%

 


Top Three Pointer (3 Points per Game)enver.JPG

1.       Enver Soobzokov (3.3 – 3PPG) /41%

2.       Wesam Alsous (3.1 - 3PPG) / 31%

3.       Sinan Eid (2.3 - 3PPG) / 44%

4.       Fares SaqfAlhait (2.2 – 3PPG) /45%

5.       Issa Kamel (2.0 - 3PPG) /27%

6.       Mousa Al-Awadi (1.9 - 3PPG) /35%

7.       Mohammad Jamal (1.6 - 3PPG) / 32%

Moh. Hamdan (1.6 - 3PPG) / 33%

Zaid Alkhas (1.5 – 3PPG) / 35%8.     

  Fadel Al-Najjar (1.5 – 3PPG) / 39%

9.       Majdi Alghazawi (1.4 - 3PPG) / 44%

10.   Khaldoun Abu-Ruqaiyyah (1.3 - 3PPG) / 30%

 


Top Rebounder (Rebounds per Game)7. Ahmad Lutfi Al-Hamarsheh .JPG

1.       Ali Jamal (12.8 RPG) - 6.6 DR / 6.2 OR

Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (12.8 RPG) – 9.0 DR / 3.8 OR

2.       Zaid Abbas (12.6 RPG) – 7.5 DR / 5.1 OR

3.       Moh. Hamdan (9.1 RPG) – 7.2 DR / 1.9 OR

4.       Islam Abbas (8.8 RPG) – 3.3 DR / 5.5 OR

5.       Zaid Alkhas (8.5 RPG) – 6.0 DR / 2.5 OR

6.       Faisal Khair (8.0 RPG) – 5.0 DR / 3.0 OR

7.       Abdallah Abu-Qoura (7.0 RPG) – 3.9 DR / 3.1 OR

8.       Nidal Alshareef (6.5 RPG) – 5.0 DR / 1.5 OR

Enver Soobzokov (6.5 RPG) – 5.0 DR / 1.5 OR

9.       Ahmad Al-Moghrabi (6.3 RPG) – 2.8 DR / 3.5 OR

10.   Issa Kamel (5.6 RPG) – 5.0 DR / 0.6 OR

Mohammad Jamal (5.6 RPG) – 3.4 DR / 2.2 OR

 


Best Assister (Assists per Game)sam.JPG

1.       Osama Daghlas (9.8 APG)

2.       Nidal Alshareef (5.7 APG)

3.       Wesam Alsous (4.2 APG)

4.       Fadel Al-Najjar (3.8 APG)

5.       Issa Kamel (3.6 APG)

6.       Sinan Eid (2.7 APG)

Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (2.7 APG)

Mousa Al-Awadi (2.7 APG)

Moh. Hamdan (2.7 APG)

Mahmoud Abdeen (2.7 APG)

7.       Enver Soobzokov (2.3 APG)

8.       Ahmad Shaker (2.2 APG)

9.       Hani Alfaraj (2.0 APG)

 


Best Stealer (Steals per Game)4. Sinan Eid.JPG

1.       Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (2.3 SPG)

2.       Sinan Eid (2.0 SPG)

Mousa Al-Awadi (2.0 SPG)

3.       Osama Daghlas (1.9 SPG)

4.       Fadel Al-Najjar (1.8 SPG)

5.       Malek Khashan (1.7 SPG)

6.       Ali Jamal (1.6 SPG)

Hani Alfaraj (1.6 SPG)

 


Most Turn-Overs (TO per Game)11. Malek Ibrahim Khashan.JPG

1.       Ali Jamal (5.4 TOPG)

2.       Malek Khashan (4.0 TOPG)

3.       Osama Daghlas (3.8 TOPG)

4.       Issa Kamel (3.6 TOPG)

Islam Abbas (3.6 TOPG)

5.       Zaid Abbas (3.5 TOPG)

Nidal Alshareef (3.5 TOPG)

6.       Mohammad Jamal (3.2 TOPG)

7.       Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (3.0 TOPG)

 


Best Blocker (Block-Shots per Game)alkhas.JPG

1.       Ali Jamal (1.4 BPG)

2.       Zaid Alkhas (1.0 BPG)

3.       Faisal Khair (0.8 BPG)

Shaker Al-Okosh (0.8 BPG)

Ahmad Al-Moghrabi (0.8 BPG)

Zaid Abbas (0.8 BPG)

Ibrahim Bassam (0.8 BPG)

Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (0.8 BPG)

Khaldoun Abu-Ruqaiyyah (0.8 BPG)

 


Most Minutes Played (Minutes per Game)wesam4.jpg

1.       Ali Jamal (42 MPG)

2.       Osama Daghlas (40 MPG)

Wesam Alsous (40 MPG)

3.       Zaid Abbas (39 MPG)

4.       Enver Soobzokov (38 MPG)

Mousa Al-Awadi (38 MPG)

5.       Ahmad Al-Hamarsheh (37 MPG)

Moh. Hamdan (37 MPG)

6.       Issa Kamel (35 MPG)

7.       Fares SaqfAlhait (33 MPG)

Nidal Alshareef (33 MPG)

8.       Mohammad Jamal (32 MPG)

Fadel Al-Najjar (32 MPG)





Posted by Ayman Abu-Douleh

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