The BCL All-Time stat leaders after season five

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26/May/21 16:46

These are the Basketball Champions League leaders among the main statistical categories through the competition’s five-year presence

By Eurohoops team /

The Basketball Champions League completed its fifth season earlier this month and has already hosted numerous teams and players who have left their own mark on the competition. The competition presented the updated Top 10s of six major statistic categories, so let’s dive in to check the leaders of each one!

After five seasons of action, ERA Nymburk’s Vojtech Hruban remains the all-time leader in points scored with 914, followed by Hapoel Jerusalem’s J’Covan Brown (745) and TaShawn Thomas (738).

One more Nymburk player dominates the following category, and that is no other but Petr Benda, who leads the rebounds race with 319, two more than Hapoel’s TaShawn Thomas. Jerai Grant ranks third with 296, prior to his move to Promitheas and Gasper Vidman has accumulated 285. Hruban appears in yet another Top 10, with a total of 283 rebounds.

Hapoel Jerusalem talented guard Tamir Blatt has dished a total of 306 assists across his BCL presence to lead the category, followed by veteran Oostende guard Dusan Djordjevic who has a total of 293. Former BCL champion Rodrigo San Miguel ranks third with 280 and J’Covan Brown follows with 276.

Hruban ranks first also in three-pointers made, with a total of 126, as reigning champions with San Pablo Burgos Thad McFadden and Vitor Benite have made 119 and 107 respectively. J’Covan Brown has also made 107, and MarQuez Haynes had made 103 before departing from the competition.

TaShawn Thomas’ dominance over the boards has led him to lead the blocks category with a total of 67 rejections, Damian Kulig accumulated 54 over his short presence in the competition, while Uros Lukovic counts 50.

The final major category presented by BCL is the steals leaders, with Frenchman Jeremy Leloup leading the way with an astonishing total of 91. Former FIBA Intercontinental Cup champion with AEK Howard Sant-Roos has posted a total of 86 and guard/forward Lahaou Konate has 82. The race is tight, as Zack Wright falls just one steal short from the third place, with 81.


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