EuroCup Finals Analysis by Serhat Kahraman

final – venezia vs. bourges

07.04.2022

Reyer Venezia –Tango Bourges

Eurocup Women

Final Four Final

Scouting Report

Player Stats

Venezia Player’s Stats

Bourges’s Player’s Stats of last 3 Eurocup Women Matches

Team Compare

Team Leaders


Venezia Bourges


Line-Up Stats

Venezia’s Line-Up Stats

Bourges

Pick and Roll Charts

Venezia’s Chart

Venezia’s PnR Defense Charts

Over Switch

Offensive Side

Bourges’s Chart

Bourges’s PnR Defense Charts


Over Switch

Playtypes


Venezia’s

Bourges’s Playtypes

Bourges’s Post players are so amazing! Also they got very good spacing when they want to play Post Up. You can reach the video from there:

Venezia diagrams

video report: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1f7xy_0rRmVG5IIdAAxiTWuqqvz9ly6rf/view?usp=sharing

called by “Head 2”

called by “Head 5”

called by “Motion”

called by “Shoulder”

called by #2

called by #3

called by “Horn Down”

called by “Horn”

Bourges’s diagrams

video report: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1s4BJiseLzVV-eyGBcqPn2G9tscdzpJS_/view?usp=sharing

called by #1

called by #3

called by #5

called by “2 side”

called by “chin”

called by “horn down”

Called by “Up”: Motion Offense / Called by “Shoulder” or “Head”: PnR

Venezia Player Report


#6 kayla thornton

(1,85 – forward – right)

33’ 16 Pts – 7 Reb – 3 As – 3 St – 2 To

pppp: 0.96 (points per player possessions)

3 Pts 1.8 / 3.6 % 29 – Ft % 85 (every stats in this pdf will be average)

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1scNPAJtSc9maeJ4QFmhv9Da6lj4OEmpH/view?usp=sharing

-In her post plays, when she turns with her left shoulder, she finishes it with a hook; when she turns with her right shoulder, she finishes it with a fade-away shoot mostly.

-She takes the ball on the right low-mid post area generally. Always dribbling into the middle after taking the ball in her Post plays.

-Generally, she can’t give quick reactions against the help defense but she finds the helper’s match-up in the Post plays when the helper comes from the weakside 45′.

-She can make a “seal” after the gives the first pass in BLOB

-She’s not a threat when she’s attacked to the rim with drive. Not her first choice in the offense.

-She can finish with a step-back shoot. She usually finishes with a shoot(pull-up or step-back) after the body contact.

-She is a very effective Catch and Shoot player but I can’t told the same thing with her pull-up or step-back shoots.

-She runs 1 and 5’s areas in the Fastbreak possessions. After that, she makes backdoor cuts in a fastbreak.

-In Transition, If the defense turns back and matches correctly, she waits out of the 3 Pts line for her shoot. If the transition defense isn’t spaced correctly, or can’t turn to the defense, she makes the backdoor cut like fastbreak possesions.



Charts of Last 3 Matches:

Playtypes:


#12 yvonne anderson

(1,70 – guard – right)

31’ – 17 Pts – 6 Reb – 6 As – 2 St – 2 To

pppp: 0.94

3 Pts: 1.6/3.4 %47 / Ft: 1.8/2.4 %75

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1i4bQ51z2bMo879ofTr68HhcfLxOH5KxU/view?usp=sharing

-She can go both sides, usually goes on her right, she uses hesitation on her attacks.

-She gives her decision(find roller or drive or shoot etc.) after the two dribblings when she’s the handler of the PnR.

-When she plays Isolation, she makes spin around every single time and tries to pass her match-up with that.

-Her right attacks are more effective than her left. Also, her Pull-up shoots are more effective than her step-backs.

-Against the “Ice” defense, she dribbles to the low post area immediately and shoots with step-back.

-When she attacks the elbow area, she finishes her attack with a step-back shoot generally.

-We must make body contact when she’s attack to the rim with dribbling. Also when she makes “stop” on her dribbling, this works for us. She got so low percentage when she hold the ball and try to find points with her footwork.

-She got an average 3 Pts shoot. She’s not successful at Catch and Shoot. She shoots generally after her dribbling.

-We must find her immediately in the open court of their fastbreaks. When she sees the rim runner, her first choice will be to give the ball to her.



Charts of Last 3 Matches:



Playtypes: PnR Chart:


#15 astou n’dour fall

(1,96 – right – center)

28’ – 16 Pts – 9 Reb – 1 As – 1 St – 2 To – 3 Foul

pppp: 1

2 Pts: 6.2/13.6 %45 3 Pts: 1.2/ 4 %30 Ft: 2-2 %100

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kBvS6JoxOYeuUoCg6nnlCecoh907xX08/view?usp=sharing

-Generally, she tries to play Post-up when she is nearly in the rim or she got a mismatch or she makes a “seal”.

-She can finish with alley-oop when she got a “seal” position.

– She is more effective in fade-away shoots than the hook. She doesn’t trust so much about her Post plays.

-In the Side PnR’s, she pops out when she’s a screener of the PnR because of she got spot-up 3 Pts to shoot on the top of 3 Pts line.

-She can roll quickly when the defense makes a “Switch”. Otherwise, she can roll to the elbow or low-post area for her mid-range shoot.

-She can finish with Put-backs after the offensive rebound.

Charts of Last 3 Matches:


Playtypes: Her shoots in the screener of PnR:


#30 beatrice attura

(1,70 – right – guard) / 24’ – 6 Pts – 3 Reb – 2 As

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GVjbwG0sUrAmIYo6YNrxgPkIB6q39IRa/view?usp=sharing

pppp:0.71 / Fg: 2.2/6.6 %33 3Pts: 0.6/2.8 %21 Ft: 0.8-0.8 %100

-Usually goes on her left when she attack to the rim.

-She can dribble one or two times to her right, after that change direction or reject the screen and goes her left most of the times.

-She got some troubles to attack against the switch. She can’t pass easily to her mismatch.

– Good pull-up shoter. Good catch and shoot player. Mostly made it when she’s strong-side forward of the PnR.

Charts of Last 3 Matches:

Playtypes:


#5 debora carangelo

(1,69 – right – guard)

25’ – 6 Pts – 2 Reb – 3 As – 2 St – 2 To

pppp: 0.86 / Fg: 2-5 %40 3Pts: 1.4-4.2 %33 Ft: 0.8-1 %80 highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Uw74Rb_auHgdcLfy5vBOjbmxaAcQGO6y/view?usp=sharing

-Generally goes on her right.

-She is more successful about her shoot against her drive.

Charts of Last 3 Matches:


Playtypes:


#4 martina bestagno

(1,89 – right – forward) / 27’ – 8 Pts – 3 Reb – 1 As

pppp: 0.79

Fg: 2-5.8 %35 3 Pts: 0.8-2 %40 Ft: 2.8-3.6 %78

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uhHX2gC4kL_2Kt-UROB4loER_Kgafkrz/view?usp=sharing -Usually turns with her left shoulder when she plays Post.

-Good 3 Pts Shoter.

Charts of Last 3 Matches:


Playtypes:


#14 sara madera

(1,86 – right – forward) / 17’ – 5 Pts – 2 Reb – 1 As

pppp: 1.27 / Fg: 2-3.6 %56 3 Pts: 1-2.4 %42 Ft: 0.4-0.6 %67

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1K97_5d2A9-JEBLIpTSXNAoR_DgemcEaX/view?usp=sharing

-Catch and Shoot player / Good 3 Pts Shoter

-Fastbreak Runner

-Young Player, play with her.

Charts of Last 3 Matches:

Playtypes:

Bourges’s Player Report


#12 iliana rupert

(1,94 – center – right)

26’ – 13 Pts – 8 Reb – 1 As – 2 St – 3 To

pppp: 0.93 (points per player possessions)

Fg: 5.8 / 11.2 %52 – 3 Pts 0.2 / 1.2 % 17 – Ft % 67 (every stats in this pdf will be average)

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TG1tV75ayKtlgdA9xDzbwNjRN-BSzjuW/view?usp=sharing

-In her post plays, when she turns with her left shoulder, she finishes it with a hook; when she turns with her right shoulder, she finishes it with a fade-away shoot mostly.

-She tries to get the ball in the painted area for her Post-up play.

-Generally she try to get the ball with roll when she’s roller of the PnR.If she couldn’t take the ball from her roll, she doesn’t stop the run, make box-out for offensive rebound.

-She got spot-up 3 Pts and sometimes, she pops out. Be careful!

-Sometimes, she choose her drive for her attacks and she goes to her left on that possessions. When her match-up comes to close-out or pushes to the baseline area(for 45’ possessions), she tries to find the rim with her catch and drive, with dribbles to the her left.

-In Transition, she got 2 options but this options ended with same way. When she got Rim Runner role, she tries to get the ball in the painted area for her Post play. She can make “seal” against deny defense. When she got Trailer role, make screen for early offense, after that rolls deep and try to get the ball from that possessions.

Charts of Last 3 Matches:

Playtypes & PnR Roller Chart:



#24 keisha hampton

(1,85 – forward – right)

25’ – 12 Pts – 5 Reb – 2 As – 2 St – 2 To

pppp: 1.04

Fg: 3.3/8.8 %37 – 3 Pts: 1.6/3.4 %47 – Ft: 1.8/2.4 %75

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PGbEN002Em1u7DdN-aUkBNAHO9OUSHPP/view?usp=sharing

-She prefers to go her left side when she attack to the rim with dribbling.

-Generally she finish the fastbreak with her 3 Pts Shoot.

-Catch and Shoot player

-Make body contact on her drives!

-Find her in open court immediatly.

Charts of Last 5 Matches:

Playtypes:


#39 alix duchet

(1,65 – guard – right)

23’ – 7 Pts – 2 Reb – 4 As – 1 St – 1 To

pppp: 0.74

Fg: 2.5-8 %31 – 3 Pts: 1/3.5 %29 – Ft: 0.8-0.8 %100

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OWxMPOqnOF56t4XFFk9MCLzl0SGKQd1f/view?usp=sharing

-Usually wants the screen to her match-up’s left and uses that screen goes to her right side.

-She is not a threat with her pull-up shoots, she is more successfull when comes closer to the rim.

-Fastbreak Runner, don’t give up, keep running. Generally, she couldn’t finish her lay-up in transition.

-Average 3 Pts, average Pull-up Shoter.

-She doesn’t prefer to dribbling to middle when she’s handler of the PnR

Charts of Last 5Matches:

Playtypes & PnR Chart:


#17 sarah michel

(1,80 – right – guard)

23’ – 6 Pts – 2 Reb – 4 As – 2 St – 2 To

pppp:0.76

Fg: 2.5/5.8 %44 3Pts: 0.8/1.8 %43 Ft: 0.5-0.5 %100

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1A6m-cSaiSkpRuQk7uXxWOnx40KtL_Omf/view?usp=sharing

-Usually goes on her right when she attack to the rim.

-She can dribble one or two times to her right, after that change direction or reject the screen and goes her left most of the times.

-She got some troubles to attack against the switch. She can’t pass easily to her mismatch.

– Good pull-up shoter. Good catch and shoot player. Mostly made it when she’s strong-side forward of the PnR.

Charts of Last 5 Matches:

Playtypes & PnR Chart:


#3 elin eldebrink

(1,75 – right – guard)

20’ – 6 Pts – 1 Reb – 3 As – 1 St – 2 To

pppp: 0.68

Fg: 1.5-6 %25 – 3Pts: 0.5-2.3 %22 Ft: 2.5-2.5 %100

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ex4nM9SJD3OlBCGFWXz3aRVuW89_5rcM/view?usp=sharing

-Pass first

-When she finds some spaces for her dribbling, she uses it.

-She can’t pass her match-up easily, she needs screen or mismatch or spaces(like c2c) for finds to rim.

-Mostly, she finishes her attacks with Pull-up.

-Average 3 Pts, average Pull-up Shoter.

Charts of Last 5 Matches:

Playtypes & PnR Chart:


#33 elodie godin

(1,90 – right – center)

25’ – 4 Pts – 6 Reb – 2 As – 2 St – 2 To

pppp: 0.76

Fg: 2-3.8 %53

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1c-963aHQ75GF5pJmXKHoFHwatu-fWrV_/view?usp=sharing

-Good Mid-Range shoter.

-She rolls to the baseline area when PnR Defense is “Hedge”

-Be awake for her cuts when other center plays Post-up.

Charts of Last 5 Matches:

Playtypes:



#21 laetitia guapo

(1,80 – right – forward)

18’ – 10 Pts – 5 Reb – 2 As

pppp: 1.4

Fg: 3.5/5.5 %64 – 3 Pts: 1.3-2 %63 Ft: 2-3 %67

highlights: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VBA7zXFcpgTDEVf91q3VN_K7otHYEakv/view?usp=sharing

-She prefers to go right side on her attacks. She needs a screen for left attacks.

-Good 3 Pts Shoter

-Fastbreak Runner

Charts of Last 5 Matches:

Playtypes & PnR Chart: