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rikhardur
08-02-2010, 09:29 PM
Libertad Sunchales signed C Sebastián Porta and G Marcus Elliott.

alermac
08-30-2010, 04:46 PM
Bahía Blanca/Estudiantes introduced its two hometown stars: Juan "Pepe" Sánchez and Juan Espil.

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alermac
09-22-2010, 04:54 AM
I'll be posting all 16 rosters these days, in a supposed quality order:

Peñarol (Mar del Plata) /defending champions
Coach: Sergio Hernández
PG Pablo Sebastián 'Tato' Rodríguez (1978 - 1,85)
PG Facundo Campazzo (1990 - 1,77)
SG Joe Shipp (1981 - 1,95 - USA)
SG Selem Safar (1987 - 1,90)
SF Marcos Mata (1986 - 2,03)
SF Nicolás Lauría (1988 - 2,01)
PF Leonardo Gutiérrez (1978 - 2,00)
PF Alejandro Diez (1987 - 2,01)
C Martín Leiva (1980 - 2,10)
C Alejandro Reinick (1977 - 2,03)

Recognizable names:
Marcos Mata played the last World Championship.
Leonardo Gutiérrez has played in the NT since 1999.
Martín Leiva played two Tournaments of Americas for the NT.

http://www.pickandroll.com.ar/Grafica/Noticias/00016748-00004630.jpg
http://www.pickandroll.com.ar/Grafica/Noticias/00016739-00004622.jpg

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Libertad (Sunchales)
Coach: Flor Meléndez (Puerto Rico)
PG Juan Pablo Cantero (1982 - 1,90)
PG Sebastián Ginóbili (1973 - 1,90)
SG Tony Stockman (USA)
SG Marcos Saglietti (1987 - 1,90)
SF Alex Galindo (USA)
PF Andrés Pelussi (1978 - 1,98)
PF Sebastián Porta (1983 - 2,03)
C Rubén Wolkowyski (1973 - 2,08)
C Robert Battle (1981 - 2,06 - USA)

Recognizable names:
Juan Pablo Cantero played 2009 Tournament of Americas, and missed 2010 Worlds because of injury.
Andrés Pelussi played 2009 Tournament of Americas.
Wolkowyski played for the NT between 1994 and 2006, also playd in Spain, Russia, Greece, Spain and the NBA.

http://www.pickandroll.com.ar/Grafica/Noticias/00016747-00004629.jpg
http://www.pickandroll.com.ar/Grafica/Noticias/00016738-00004621.jpg
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Obras Sanitarias (Buenos Aires)
Coach: Julio Lamas
PG Luis 'Junior' Cequeira (1985 - 1,80)
PG Cristian Cortés (1990 - 1,90)
SG Leonel Schattmann (1987 - 1,92)
SG Luciano González (1990 - 1,92)
SF Josh Pittman (1976 - 1,95 - USA)
SF Alexis Elsener (1988 - 1,94)
PF William McFarlan (2,01 - USA)
PF Federico Glinberg (1990 - 1,99)
C Juan Gutiérrez (1983 - 2,05)
C Alejandro Alloatti (1984 - 2,04)
C Julián Aprea (1987 - 2,11)

Recognizable names:
Cequeira played last World Championship in Turkey.
Gutiérrez played last World Championship in Turkey, last Olympics, and spent 7 seasons in Spanish ACB.
Cortés, González and Glinberg played 2009 U19 World Championship.
Schattmann and Alloati played 2005 U21 World Championship.

http://www.pickandroll.com.ar/Grafica/Noticias/00016741-00004624.jpg

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Quimsa (Santiago del Estero)
Coach: Marcelo Richotti
PG Jonatan Treise (1985 - 1,85)
PG Franco Balbi (1989 - 1,88)
SG Julio Mázzaro (1979 - 1,90)
SG Juan Levrino (1991 - 1,88)
SF Cleotis Brown (1980 - 1,98 - USA)
SF Federico Marín (1982 - 1,96)
PF Diego Lo Grippo (1978 - 1,98)
PF Dionisio Gómez Camargo (1978 - 2,01 - Panama)
C Román González (1978 - 2,08)
C Damián Tintorelli (1980 - 2,05)

Recognizable names:
Román González played last World Championship and Olympics.
Diego Lo Grippo played 2005 and 2007 Tournaments of Americas.
Julio Mázzaro played 2005 Tournament of Americas.
Jonatan Treise played 2005 U21 World Championship.
Gómez Camargo played 2006 World Championship.

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Regatas (Corrientes)
Coach: Fabio Demti
PG Raymundo Legaria (1980 - 1,78)
PG Alejo Montes (1989)
SG Eduardo Villares (1978 - 1,88)
SG Javier Martínez (1978 - 1,85)
SF Ramzee Stanton (1978 - 1,98 - USA)
F Federico Kammerichs (1981 - 2,03)
F Nicolás Romano (1987 - 2,01)
PF Roberto López (1977 - 1,99)
C Tyler Field (1976 - 2,07 - USA Naturalized)

Recognizable names:
Kammerichs played last World Championship and last Olympics. Played 5 ACB seasons.

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Sionista (Paraná)
Coach: Sebastián Svetliza
PG Pedro Franco (1980 - 1,80)
PG Ramiro Iglesias (1990 - 1,88)
SG Pablo Moldú (1978 - 1,90)
SG Patricio Rodríguez (1984 - 1,92)
SF Juan Manuel Locatelli (1976 - 2,00)
SF Matías Fioretti (1984 - 2,03)
SF Daniel Hure (1985 - 2,00)
PF Chuckie Robinson (1976 - 2,01 - USA)
PF Lisandro Rasio (1990 - 1,98)
C Alejandro Zilli (1982 - 2,00)
C Diego Osella (1969 - 2,09)

Recognizable names:
Osella played for the NT between 1989 and 1999, and holds the record for most LNB games. Also played ACB and Lega.

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Atenas (Córdoba)
Coach: Sebastián González
PG Bruno Lábaque (1978 - 1,78)
PG Diego Gerbaudo (1989 - 1,73)
SG Juan Manuel Rivero (1985 - 1,90)
SG Bruno Barovero (1990 - 1,92)
SF Matías Lescano (1980 - 1,96)
SF Roberto Gabini (1974 - 1,96)
SF Miguel Gerlero (1988 - 1,98)
PF Mariano García (1988 - 2,02)
C James Williams (2,03 - USA)
C Pablo Orlietti (1990 - 2,06)

Recognizable names:
Lábaque played ACB and Lega.
Gerbaudo played 2007 U19 Worlds.
Orlietti played 2007 and 2009 U19 Worlds.
Rivero played 2005 U21 Worlds.
Lescano played 6 seasons in Spain.

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Bahía Blanca Estudiantes
Coach: José Luis Pisani
PG Juan 'Pepe' Sánchez (1977 - 1,92)
PG Lucas Faggiano (1988 - 1,85)
SG Juan Espil (1968 - 1,93)
SG Pablo Gil (1978 - 1,91)
SF Chris Jeffries (1,98 - USA)
SF Mateo Gaynor (1990 - 1,98)
PF Ariel Eslava (1979 - 2,02)
PF Facundo Giorgi (1985 - 2,03)
PF Federico Aguerre (1988 - 2,03)
C Ed Nelson (2,03 - USA)

Recognizable names:
Sánchez played for the NT between 1998 and 2006, NBA, ACB and Greece.
Espil played for the NT between 1992 and 1999, ACB and Lega.
Eslava played ACB for Tau and Real Madrid.
Aguerre played 2007 U19 World Championship.
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La Unión (Formosa)
Coach: Gabriel Piccato
PG Nicolás Aguirre (1988 - 1,88)
PG Lucas Pérez (1979 - 1,90)
SG David Jackson (1,91 - USA)
SG Ariel Pau (1984 - 1,92)
SF Federico Ferrini (1983 - 1,93)
PF Gabriel Míkulas (1981 - 2,01)
PF Ariel Zago (1985 - 2,00)
C Derrick Alston (1973 - 2,06 - USA)
C Pablo Barrios (1977 - 2,07)

Recognizable names:
Aguirre played 2007 U19 World Championship.
Derrick Alston played in the NBA and ACB.
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Olímpico (La Banda)
Coach: Guillermo Narvarte
PG Nicolás de los Santos (1988 - 1,88)
PG Lucas Picarelli (1981 - 1,81)
SG André Laws (1,92 - USA)
SG Enzo Ruiz (1989 - 1,94)
SF Cristian Romero (1982 - 1,98)
SF Diego Cavaco (1978 - 1,98)
PF Diego Guaita (1984 - 2,05)
F/C Cristian Amicucci (1985 - 2,01)
C Djibril Kante (2,01 - Ivory Coast)

Recognizable names:
De los Santos and Ruiz played 2007 U19 World Championship.
Guaita played 5 years in Spain.

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Lanús (Buenos Aires)
Coach: Silvio Santander
PG Lucas Victoriano (1978 - 1,90)
PG Nicolás Laprovíttola (1990 - 1,92)
SG José Muruaga (1984 - 1,90)
G/F Mariano Byró (1982 - 1,93)
SF Fernando Malara (1980 - 1,94)
PF Fernando Calvi (1983 - 2,00)
PF Jamaal Levy (1982 - 2,06 - Panama)
C Terrell Taylor (1981 - 2,03 - USA)
C Gabriel Fernández (1976 - 2,04)

Recognizable names:
Victoriano played for the NT between 1998 and 2003, ACB and Lega.
Fernández played for the NT between 1999 and 2006, ACB and Lega.
Levy played 2006 World Championship.
Laprovíttola played 2009 U19 World Champonship.

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Boca Juniors (Buenos Aires)
Coach: Pablo D'Ángelo
PG Fernando Titarelli (1981 - 1,80)
PG Nelson Ingles (1977 - 1,78)
SG Cedric Moodie (1979 - 1,90 - USA)
SF Sebastián Vega (1988 - 1,98)
SF Matías Sandes (1984 - 2,00)
F Mariano Fierro (1986 - 1,98)
PF Scott Cutley (1,96 - USA)
PF Fernando Martina (1982 - 2,01)
C Marcos D'Elía (1992 - 2,06)

Sandes played 2007 and 2009 Tournaments of Americas, plus spent a few years in Spain's Fuenlabrada.
Vega played two South American NT Championships
Ingles played many years in Italy.

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Monte Hermoso
Coach: Mauricio Santángelo
PG Hernando Salles (1978 - 1,88)
PG Fabián Sahdi (1989 - 1,89)
G/F Germán Sciutto (1978 - 1,93)
SF Albert White (2,00 - USA)
SF Michael Robinson (1975 - 1,97 - USA Naturalized)
PF Anthony Glover (1,98 - USA)
PF Byron Johnson (2,01 - USA)
C Sebastián Cabello (1982 - 2,04)
C Ezequiel Dentis (1982 - 2,06)

Dentis played a couple years in Spain's LEB
Sciuto played many years in Italy

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Gimnasia (Comodoro Rivadavia)
Coach: Nicolás Casalánguida
PG Gerald Brown (USA)
PG Agustín Carabajal (1980 - 1,78)
SG Fernando Funes (1983 - 1,91)
SG Federico Mansilla (1988 - 1,90)
SF Mariano Franco (1980 - 2,00)
SF Maximiliano Maciel (1983 - 1,96)
PF Lawrence Abney (USA)
F/C Diego Romero (1982 - 2,09)
C Hakeem Rollins (2,08)

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Argentino (Junín)
Coach: José Cottonaro
PG Juan Pablo Sartorelli (1983 - 1,92)
PG Santiago Scala (1990 - 1,87)
SG Emiliano Agostino (1987 - 1,90)
SG Tim Jones (1973 - 1,93 - USA)
SF Juan Cangelosi (1982 - 1,95)
SF Pablo Espinoza (1987 - 2,02)
PF Joe Bunn (1973 - 1,98 - USA)
PF Lucas Martina (1981 - 2,01)
C Santiago González (1980 - 2,08)

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9 de Julio (Río Tercero)
Coach: Gustavo Miravet
PG Gastón Torre (1986 - 1,84)
SG Gastón Luchino (1980 - 1,85)
SF Bruno Zanotti (1982 - 1,95 - Paraguay)
SF Martín Melo (1982 - 1,98)
SF Terrance Woodbury
PF Emiliano Martina (1983 - 1,99)
C Peter Ezugwu (Nigeria)
C Leonardo Segura (1977 - 2,07)

alermac
09-30-2010, 04:35 PM
Playing the preliminary rounds of Copa Argentina (the official preseason tournament), Libertad beat Obras 118-115 in 4 overtimes:eek: Rubén Wolkowyski of Libertad scored a career high 45 points, while Juan Gutiérrez and Luis Cequeira of Obras scored 33 and 23 points respectively.

alermac
10-01-2010, 05:13 PM
35-year old SF Roberto Gabini returns to Argentina after 9 years in Italy. He signed for Atenas de Córdoba.

alermac
10-05-2010, 10:24 PM
Matías Sandes returns to Boca Juniors after a few years in ACB's Fuenlabrada.

rikhardur
11-23-2010, 09:04 PM
Atenas Córdoba released forward Asim McQueen.

rikhardur
11-30-2010, 10:41 PM
Atenas Córdoba released centre Chris Jackson.

rikhardur
12-01-2010, 10:36 PM
Gimnasia Comodoro signed PF/C Reggie Okosa.

rikhardur
12-04-2010, 12:46 AM
Quimsa signed G Sammy Villegas.

alermac
12-06-2010, 12:34 PM
Peñarol's PF Leonardo Gutiérrez set a new league record hitting 15 three-pointers in its 120-78 win vs Boca Juniors. He totaled 48 points in 30 minutes.


Atenas Córdoba released centre Chris Jackson.
Fun thing: Quimsa released Cleotis Brown (after Quimsa's loss in Liga Sudamericana, its president was upset with the team and promised several roster changes) , who signed in Sionista replacing Greg Lewis, who signed in Atenas replacing Chris Jackson, who only spent a few hours in Córdoba before he left the team.

Phase One standings:

North Zone:
Regatas 10-4
Libertad 9-5
Atenas 9-5
Olímpico 7-7
La Unión 7-7
Quimsa 6-8
Sionista 5-9
9 de Julio 3-11

South Zone:
Peñarol 13-1
Obras 12-2
Lanús 8-6
WBB Estudiantes 7-7
Monte Hermoso 6-8
Gimnasia 5-9
Argentino 4-10
Boca 1-13

rikhardur
12-06-2010, 10:23 PM
Sionista signed F Cleotis Brown.
Atenas Córdoba signed F Greg Lewis.

rikhardur
12-11-2010, 01:25 AM
Estudiantes signed F Jamelle Cornley.
Lanús signed F Diego Prego.

rikhardur
12-11-2010, 11:32 PM
Estudiantes signed F Jamelle Cornley.
Signing ended up not happening due to problems with Cornley's arrival and he'll possibly get signed in January.

Boca Juniors parted ways with coach Pablo D’Angelo.

rikhardur
12-15-2010, 12:08 AM
Quimsa signed G Cristian Cadillac.
Óscar "Huevo" Sánchez is the new coach of Boca Juniors.
G/F José Muruaga left Lanús.

rikhardur
12-22-2010, 11:52 PM
Libertad Sunchales signed G/F Ron Selleaze.

rikhardur
12-28-2010, 09:46 PM
Monte Hermoso released G Adrián Boccia and C Ezequiel Dentis.

rikhardur
12-29-2010, 10:40 PM
9 de Julio released F Leonardo "Gyno" Pomare and signed F Travis Gabbidon.

Boca Juniors signed F Derrick Alston.

rikhardur
01-03-2011, 10:19 PM
Lanús signed G Adrián Boccia.

rikhardur
01-04-2011, 10:46 PM
Unión Formosa signed F Damian Cantrell.

Obras Sanitarias re-signed coach Julio Lamas for one more season.

rikhardur
03-01-2011, 11:14 AM
Boca Juniors released G Cedric Moodie.

Argentino Junín sacked coach José Cottonaro and hired Pablo Dastuge.

rikhardur
03-02-2011, 12:16 PM
Boca Juniors released G Cedric Moodie.
G Larry O'Bannon signed as a replacement.

rikhardur
03-14-2011, 09:26 PM
Regatas Corrientes signed F Lou Roe.

mvblair
03-15-2011, 12:33 PM
Regatas Corrientes signed F Lou Roe. I believe Roe was on the US national team in Saint Petersburg 1992 for the Goodwill Games. He's a good player. Very skinny, though. I'm kind of surprised he's still playing, because he's probably about 40 now.

rikhardur
03-15-2011, 11:00 PM
Liga A all star game 2011 - Mar 14, 2011 (by Facundo Iatzky)
It was an exciting all star weekend. The all star game finally was won by the foreign team easily 68-51. They took adavantage since the first quarter and then could mantained it during the rest of the game. Kyle Lamonte (191-G-84, agency: KMG Sports Management, college: William Carey) of Penarol Mar del Plata was named the MVP of the game. He scored 14 points. David Jackson (196-G-82, college: Penn St.) and Byron Johnson scored 12 each and Josh Pittmann added 11. Matias Lescano (196-G/F-79) led domestic team with 12 points, followed by Ruben Wolkowyski and Facundo campazzo.

legends game: It was played a game between legend players of Cordoba and legend players of the rest of the country. The victory was for Cordoba team. The Mvp of this game was Leandro Palladino (194-G-76).
Star shooting game: winning team: Mario Milanesio (188-G-63), Federico Kammerichs (203-F/C-80), Rocio Rojas (168-G-91)
3 point shooting contest: Juan Espil (194-G-68) once again was the winner showing that he is one of the best shooters of the argentinian basketball history. He beat Eduardo Villares in the final.
Skill challenge: Young point guard of Atenas Cordoba, Felipe Pais (185-G-90) was incredibly fast and won the challenge overcoming Nicolas de los Santos in the final.
dunk contest: Decorey Young (201-F-84, college: Cumberland), player of Instituto Cordoba in Regional league, was invited and he did not dissapoint the ones who choosed him. He defeated Erbel De Pietro in the final with a fantastic dunk showing that he is good at football too.
http://www.latinbasket.com/Argentina/basketball.asp?NewsID=220670

Jokinen
03-21-2011, 08:03 PM
I believe Roe was on the US national team in Saint Petersburg 1992 for the Goodwill Games. He's a good player. Very skinny, though. I'm kind of surprised he's still playing, because he's probably about 40 now.

Hi Matt, he is 38 and had a great carrer in Europe. Recently he was playing in Mexico doing pretty well. Last night scored 20 to lead Regatas to the victory.

mvblair
03-22-2011, 12:57 PM
Hi Matt, he is 38 and had a great carrer in Europe. Recently he was playing in Mexico doing pretty well. Last night scored 20 to lead Regatas to the victory.Wow! That's pretty good! I'm glad to hear that. Everybody loves to see older guys playing high-level basketball. Thanks for the info, Diego.

Jokinen
05-15-2011, 09:54 PM
Updating!!!:

Semifinals already!.

Atenas (2) - (0) Quimsa

Peñarol (2) - (0) Libertad

Game 1: Atenas 76-56 Quimsa

At Cordoba, Atenas took game one outscoring Quimsa 21-2 on third quarter.
-9 players played between 18 and 23 minutes.
-5 players scored 8 + pts
defense was the key for the victory, Greg Lewis led the team with 14 pts and 8 rbs while the young SF Miguel Gerlero (On the preliminary list for the Argentinian NT, which will play the Panamerican Championship) posted 11 pts and 4 rbs for a Valoration of 19. As for Quimsa, Diego Cavaco led the way whith 10 pts, while center Damian Tintorelli posted 9 pts and 8 rbs.

Greg "the Beast" Lewis (Atenas) 14 pts 8rbs 3 steals, Val 19
Miguel Gerlero (Atenas. SG/SF 1988, 1.98mts) 11 pts 4rbs val 19
James Williams (Atenas) 11 pts 7 rbs Val 16
Mariano Garcia (Atenas. PF/SF 1986, 2.02mts) 11 pts 4 rbs Val 13
Damian Tintorelli (Quimsa) 9 pts 8 rbs Val 14

Game 2: Atenas 72-60 Quimsa

Second victory for Atenas at home. The Griegos led 2-0 and now need only 1 more victory to get to their third straight final on LNB. Foreigners Greg Lewis and JAmes Williams conbined for 34 pts 16 rbs and a valoration of 44, while former CAI Zaragoza (Spain) Matias Lezcano posted 8 pts 7 rbs 4 ast and 2 steals. youngsters Diego Gerbaudo (Former Real Madrid junior team) and Miguel Gerlero contributed with 11 pts 2 rbs 2 ast and 10 pts 2 rbs respectively.

Greg Lewis (Atenas) 19 pts 9 rbs 3 steals, Val 22
James Williams (Atenas) 15 pts 7 rbs 2 ast. Val 20
Matias Lezcano (Atenas) 8 pts 7 rbs 4 ast 2 steals, Val 16
Dionisio Gomez (Quimsa) 17 pts 7 tbs, val 20

Game 1: Peñarol 78 - 66 Libertad

At home, the current LNB champion Peñarol defeated Libertad 78-66 to take the lead of their semifinal series. Peñarol star, the Olympic gold medalist Leonardo Gutierrez led the way with 20 pts 4 rbs and 3 ast for a valoration of 26, while PG Sebastian Rodriguez scored 19 pts (7/12 FG) in 26 minutes for a valoration of 17. As for the visitors Sebastian Ginobili (manu's brother) was the most efficient player with 14 pts and 4 ast 2 steals, Val 22 while Ron Selleaze contributed with 15 pts and 5 rbs.

Game 2: Peñarol 103-101 Libertad

Double overtime win for peñarol which now leads the series 2-0. Huge game for the young SF Nicolas Lauria (Peñarol) who led his team with 27 pts (7/9 3PTFG) and 10 rbs. Lauria, who is on the preliminary list of the Argentinian NT for the panamerican Championship, got a valoration of 35! while Leo Gutierrez scored 17 pts. Six player scored 10+pts for Peñarol.
Libertad´s talented PG Juan Pablo Cantero (15 pts 2rbs and 2 ast) forced the first overtime with a buzzerbeater 3 pointer, while Wolkowyski (Former NBA and Argentinian NT) and Robert Battle (Former ACB) led Libertad's effort as they conbined for 38 pts and 23 rbs.

Nicolas Lauria (Peñarol SF 1988, 2.02 mts) 27 pts 10 rbs 3 ast, Val 35
Martin Leiva (Peñarol C 1980, 2.10 mts) 13 pts 5 rbs, val 17
Ruben Wolkowyski (Libertad) 20 pts 10 rbs, val 28
Robert Battle (Libertad) 18 pts 13 rbs, val 23

rikhardur
06-06-2011, 08:08 PM
LigaA: Penarol defends the title - Jun 6, 2011 (by Eurobasket News)

Finals, Game 5: Penarol - Atenas 89-83 (4-1)

Penarol outplayed Atenas 89-83 last night defending the LigaA title with almost perfect 4-1 in the Finals. The hosts took control from the first minutes by winning the initial quarter 33-26. But Atenas won second period 22-16. However it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. The game was decided in the last minutes when Penarol won last quarter 22-17. 31 personal fouls committed by Atenas helped opponents get some easy free throw opportunities. International forward Leonardo Gutierrez (200-78) stepped up and scored 25 points and 4 steals for the winners and guard Facundo Campazzo (180-91) chipped in 16 points. American forward Gregory Lewis (198-78, college: Winthrop) responded with 31 points (was perfect 9-for-9 from the free throw line !!!) and the other American import power forward James Williams (204-79, college: Brown Mackie) scored 10 points and 9 rebounds. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures.
Penarol finished regular season as No.2 with 20-10 record. They eliminated Regatas with 3-2 in the Quarterfinals and later swept Libertad with perfect 2-0 in the Semis. Except of the last season, Penarol was also the LigaA champion in 1994.

Top scorers:
Penarol: L.Gutierrez 25+4reb+1ast, F.Campazzo 16+3reb+1ast, P.Sebastian Rodriguez 12+2reb+1ast, K.Lamonte 11+3reb+4ast, S.Safar 6+1reb, M.Leiva 6+8reb+1ast
Atenas: G.Lewis 31+3reb, M.Gerlero 13+6reb+1ast, M.Lescano 12+3reb+3ast, J.Williams 10+9reb+2ast, B.Labaque 8+3reb+3ast, M.Garcia 3+2reb
http://www.latinbasket.com/Argentina/basketball.asp?NewsID=228110