Sunday, 15 September 2019
 
Saturday, 28 September 2019
time 12:40
Spójnia Stargard
Stargard, Poland
 
Monday, 03 June 2019
time 20:30
Stelmet Enea BC Zielona Góra
Gdynia, Poland
105:80
 
Pos Team Pts Gam Win Los
1. Asseco Arka 55 30 25 5
2. Polski Cukier 54 30 24 6
3. Stelmet 54 30 24 6
4. Anwil 52 30 22 8
5. Stal 50 30 20 10
6. MKS 47 30 17 13
7. King 45 30 15 15
8. Legia 45 30 15 15
9. Polpharma 43 30 13 17
10. Start 43 30 13 17
11. HydroTruck 41 30 11 19
12. GTK Gliwice 41 30 11 19
13. Spójnia 39 30 9 21
14. AZS 38 30 8 22
15. Trefl 37 30 7 23
16. Miasto Szkła 36 30 6 24
 
Pos Team Gam Win Los +/-
1. Lokomotiv 10 9 1 90
2. Alba 10 7 3 48
3. Cedevita 10 5 5 22
4. Limoges 10 4 6 -28
5. Tofas 10 4 6 -17
6. Asseco Arka 10 1 9 -115
 
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No wins at MEZ

Sunday, 08 September 2019 18:40 | Editorial office
Fot.: Piotr Kieplin
Fot.: Piotr Kieplin
In the first match of the second day of the MEZ Polska Tournament 2019 at Włocławek Asseco Arka Gdynia has lost hard to Partizan NIS Belgrad (67:100). It took Gdynia along time to finde the way to their opponent's basket and experienced a alot of issued with stopping their advance.

The best thrower of Partizan was Rade Zagorac (20) and Corey Walden, Ognjen Jarmaz Zanis Peiners - each with 13 points. In the midst of the yellow-and-blues, 16 points were claimed by Josh Bostic, 11 by Leyton Hammonds and 10 by Devonte Upson. The first passer was Arka's captain Krzysztof Szubarga (4) and most rebounds were gathered by Hammonds (7).

In the last match of the tournament, Polish Champion Anwil Włocławek will take on at 19:00 the Israeli guests, Maccabi Fox Tel Awiw.

Arka Gdynia - Partizan NIS Belgrad 67:100 (19:21, 11:26, 14:30, 23:23)
 
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