David Andersen’s Montepaschi up 2-0 in Italian playoffs

David Andersen’s Montepaschi up 2-0 in Italian playoffs

Montepaschi Siena hosted Cimberio Varese on Saturday May 19 in Game 2 of the playoffs.  Although the scores were a little closer than the last game, Montepaschi still managed to walk away with a comfortable 16 point win, 88-72.  Dave played 14 minutes and scored nine points, shooting at 66.7% from the floor.  Ksistof Lavrinovic was the top scorer and rebounder for Montepaschi with 19 points and five rebounds.

Dave has been playing exceptionally well as of late. Last week he  become the first player to ever win our International Player of the Week award for the second time in as many months.

Montepaschi will now travel to Varese for their third game in the best of five playoff series on Monday May 21.  If Montepaschi win the next game they will clean sweep the first round of playoffs and head into the quarter finals.

By Anita Andersen

http://www.davidandersen.com.au/

CAREER STATS

EUROLEAGUE

Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG

M-A
% 3FG

M-A
% FT

M-A
% Reb St As Bl
2000-01 Kinder Bologna 22 160 7.3 53/92 57.6 2/8 25 48/58 82.8 82 12 10 10
2001-02 Kinder Bologna 22 191 8.7 72/149 48.3 0/0 0 47/70 67.1 95 19 9 4
2002-03 Virtus Bologna 8 70 8.8 27/65 41.5 0/0 0 16/19 84.2 38 4 5 7
2003-04 Montepaschi Siena 21 191 9.1 83/162 51.2 0/3 0 25/39 64.1 97 13 15 6
2004-05 CSKA Moscow 23 286 12.4 102/177 57.6 0/1 0 82/99 82.8 161 19 19 11
2005-06 CSKA Moscow 12 177 14.8 65/127 51.2 1/2 50 44/48 91.7 92 10 13 2
2006-07 CSKA Moscow 25 244 9.8 69/151 45.7 18/37 48.6 52/67 77.6 124 13 22 10
2007-08 CSKA Moscow 25 320 12.8 96/191 50.3 26/48 54.2 50/59 84.7 145 14 30 9
2008-09 Regal FC Barcelona 23 255 11.1 80/147 54.4 21/52 40.4 32/40 80 95 9 19 13
TOTALS 181 1894 10.5 647/1261 51.3 68/151 45 396/499 79.4 929 113 142 72
AVERAGES 181 1894 10.5 647/1261 51.3 68/151 45 396/499 79.4 5.1 0.6 0.8 0.4
OTHER COMPETITION

Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG
M-A
% 3FG
M-A
% FT
M-A
% Reb St As Bl
1998/99  Wollongong 23 142 6.2 56/124 45.2 0/0 0/0 30/47 63.8 89 10 16 14
1999/00  Virtus Bo 33 202 6.1 83/140 59.3 0/4 0 36/52 69.2 134 26 13 13
2000/01  Virtus Bo 32 288 9 112/193 58 3/9 33.3 55/76 72.4 148 32 11 12
2001/02  Virtus Bo 43 354 8.2 123/227 54.2 0/2 0 108/151 71.5 235 41 17 16
2002/03  Virtus Bo 14 150 10.7 52/99 52.5 0/2 0 46/61 75.4 74 22 7 5
2003/04  MS Siena 42 370 8.8 123/229 53.7 0/3 0 124/168 73.8 201 53 26 21
2004/05  CSKA 29 394 13.6 144/265 54.3 0/0 0/0 106/134 79.1 223 14 28 12
2005/06  CSKA 14 219 15.6 71/129 55 0/2 0 77/99 77.8 89 3 14 3
2006/07  CSKA 33 362 11 112/198 56.6 21/42 50 75/106 70.8 129 19 34 15
2007/08  CSKA 26 256 9.8 111/196 56.6 23/42 54.8 65/85 76.5 167 17 37 15
2008/09  Barcelona 40 414 10.4 127/256 49.6 30/78 38.5 70/87 80.5 169 19 50 12
2009/10  Houston 63 367 5.8 120/262 45.8 27/78 34.6 46/67 68.7 208 15 44 12
2010/11  Toronto 11 56 5.1 20/37 54.1 3/10 30 7/7 100 34 3 7 3
 New Orleans 28 78 2.8 28/61 45.9 5/13 38.5 7/15 46.7 50 2 6 6

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