The top four creating a distance in Germany

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Antonis Stroggylakis

13/Nov/16 22:15

Eurohoops.net

With Brose Bamberg playing with fire, but not getting burned on Saturday, the top couldn’t change in the German BBL in which during the 9th gameday, five teams have played already more games

By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net

With Brose Bamberg playing with fire, but not getting burned on Saturday, the top couldn’t change in the German BBL in which during the 9th gameday, five teams have played already more games.

Brose Bamberg is at 10-0, Ulm follows also unbeaten at 9-0, Bayreuth has also a strong start in the season after beating Oldenburg (8-1) and Bayern Munich is one step behind at 7-1, having played so far eight games. Those four teams have already created a distance from the rest of the competition, as Ludwigsburg follows at 6-5 and then Alba Berlin and Bonn are tied at 5-4.

BBL 2016/17 – Day 9

Rasta Vercha – s. Oliver Wurzubrg 76 – 88 (Lamonte Ulmer 22 p.)
Science City Jena – Ratiopharm Ulm 74 – 84 (Per Gunther 16 p. 5 a.)
Phoenix Hagen – Tubingen 76 – 98 (Isaiah Philmore 18 p. 10 a.)
Giessen 49ers – Brose Bamberg 77 – 79 (Darius Miller 20 p.)
Gottingen – Fraport Skyliners 82-78 (Alex Ruoff 22 p.)
Ludwigsburg – Alba Berlin 73-79 (Niels Giffey 18 p.)
Bayreuth – EWE Oldenburg 80-71 (Nate Linhart 17 p.)
Bonn – Branschweig 91-93 (Geoffrey Groselle 28 p.)
Bayern Munich – Bremerhaven 103-78 (Nick Johnson 15 p.)