Here you can see how the players have fared this season

# 1 Jeremiah Martin: The former NBA player, who first joined the team in late March, gave the most assists (7) against Bamberg, blocked two throws against Hamburg, had six defensive rebounds against Crailsheim and scored seven out of nine free throws against Frankfurt. In this match he also scored his best value with 24 points, against Berlin he was longest on the field with 33:50 minutes.

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Jeremiah Martin

# 2 Jake Toolson: Before his concussion, which marked the end of the season, the American had five defensive rebounds against Bayreuth and struck four out of five free throws in the first match against Gießen. In the home game against Oldenburg, he scored 24 points, 21 of them alone (7 three-pointers) from distance. Against Braunschweig, he was the longest on the field in the home game with 35:19 minutes.

Jake Toolson

Jake Toolson

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# 3 Harold Frey: The Norwegian, who first joined the team in January, presented his teammates best against Frankfurt (6 assists). He snatched defensive rebounds against Hamburg just as often. Frey lowered eight out of eight attempts from the penalty throw line against Ulm, and the guard scored 25 points against Crailsheim. In that game, he hit six threes (out of eleven attempts). He was on the floor against Alba for 33:01 minutes.

Harold Frey

Harold Frey

# 5 Jeff Roberson: The 25-year-old made two blocks in the second match against Hamburg, he had eight defensive rebounds in Gießen and five offensive rebounds against Bayreuth. He had a total of 12 rebounds in that match. The American had a 100 percent free throw quota during guest appearances in Weißenfels (6/6). He scored 16 points in the first game against Crailsheim and he played 37:43 minutes in the overtime victory against Bayreuth.

Jeff Roberson

Jeff Roberson

# 8 Akeem Vargas: He received six defensive rebounds from his former club Alba Berlin. 17 points in the away game in Ulm was the highest of the season for the captain, who had his longest playing time (28:58 minutes) in the first game in Braunschweig. The 32-year-old caught a big day far away in Ulm when he hit five of eight three-pointers. These were the highest values ​​this season, both in terms of attempts and goals.

Akeem Vargas

Akeem Vargas

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# 10 Haris Hujic: The BBL newcomer played four assists for his teammates in the away game in Heidelberg. In that game, he also stood at the free-throw line eight times, hitting six of those attempts. The 25-year-old scored the most points per game in the home game against Gießen (12), where he also got the most playing time (20:24 minutes). In this game, he had a 50 percent rate on three with four out of eight attempts.

Haris Hujic

Haris Hujic

# 15 Philip Hartwich: In the league statistics after blocks, the center is number two after the former BGer Tai Odiase. The 26-year-old blocked four times in the home game against Crailsheim. He achieved six defensive rebounds in the home win against Ludwigsburg. Hartwich was particularly accurate against his former club MBC, against whom he scored 14 points last season. In this match, he also scored six of his eight approaching attempts. He had the longest playing time of 22:12 minutes in his own hall against Bayreuth.

Philip Hartwich

Philip Hartwich

# 17 Mathis Moenninghoff: The 30-year-old is one of the players with the most playing time. He was on the field for 33:10 minutes in the last home game against Gießen. He had a free throw rate of 75 percent (3/4) in the home win against Bonn. At the beginning of December in Heidelberg, he reached the best points of the season with twelve points. The BG turntable hit three long shots in the home win against Ulm. The father of the family ended up with eight rebounds in the away game in Crailsheim.

Mathis Mønninghoff

Mathis Mønninghoff

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# 18 Harper Kamp: The experienced 33-year-old was reliable: For example, from the free-throw line when he hit six out of seven attempts in Heidelberg. He had nine rebounds on the scoreboard after the match in Weißenfels, seven of them alone in attack. With 28:19 minutes, he was also the longest in this match. 24 points against Gießen on May 1 was his best of the season.

Harper Kamp

Harper Kamp

# 22 Stephen Brown: The point guard fully fulfilled his task in the home game against MBC as he had 13 assists. The 25-year-old scored nine points from the penalty throw line in the narrow away defeat in Oldenburg. Against EWE Baskets, he also scored his best of the season with 24 points – though in a victory in the first game. Here he also sank four threes. He barely got a respite in the home win against Bonn when he came up in the time of 36:47 minutes.

Stephen Brown

Stephen Brown

# 24 Nate Grimes: The center from Las Vegas blocked three throws in Frankfurt and had his best result in the home game against Würzburg with twelve rebounds. The 26-year-old scored the most points (16) against Würzburg, and he was the longest on the field in one of his first matches – in Oldenburg – with 31:07 minutes.

Nate Grimes

Nate Grimes

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# 32 Marios Giotis: The 19-year-old Greek, who also has a German passport, was hired as a training player but also had a couple of BBL assignments. His longest playing time was 9:17 minutes in the last main round against FC Bayern. He scored three points in the away game in Braunschweig – scored on the distance.

Marios Giotis

Marios Giotis

# 44 Kamar Baldwin: The 24-year-old, who played 25 games for BG before his injury, had strong values ​​almost everywhere: eight assists in Ulm, eight defensive rebounds against Oldenburg, a 100 percent free kick (12 of 12) in a home. victory against Bonn, 35 points in the narrow defeat in Chemnitz, 37:53 minutes of play in Bayreuth in early January, 13 shots from close range hit (in 19 attempts) in the home game against Bayreuth – including the match winner 0.4 seconds before the end to 92:91.

Figures for the 2021/22 season

Most games Jeff Roberson, Akeem Vargas and Philipp Hartwich have fought this season – all 34.

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Farthest on the field confessed to Stephen Brown (883: 25 min.) and Jeff Roberson (809: 20 min.).

On average (per game) the longest playing time had Kamar Baldwin (28:51 min.), Jeremiah Martin (27:22 min.) and Stephen Brown (26:46 min.).

Most points this season scored Kamar Baldwin (474/25 games / 19.0 average), Stephen Brown (419/33 / 12.7) and Jake Toolson (306/26 / 11.8).

The best triangle odds had Jake Toolson (45.1), Akeem Vargas (38.7) and Mathis Moenninghoff (38.0).

The most successful throwers from the free throw line were Kamar Baldwin (90.2), Harald Frey (88.6) and Stephen Brown (86.2).

Most rebounds per. match brought James Dickey (6.1), Philipp Hartwich (5.2) and Jeff Roberson (4.7).

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Most assists pr. match came from Stephen Brown (4.3), Harald Frey (3.5) and Kamar Baldwin (3.2).

Most blocks per game corresponded to Philip Hartwich (1.3) and James Dickey (1.1).

Most violations per. match admitted the players in the big positions, here were Harper Kamp (3.3), Philipp Hartwich (3.3) and Nate Grimes (3.0) in front.

In the ranking of the games with the fewest total points the match for BG Göttingen at Alba Berlin on October 24, 2021 came in second place. Both teams scored only 124 points together. However, the 65-59 victory for the Violets was historic.

The number of errors in the match between Löwen Braunschweig and BG Göttingen (101: 64) shows how competitive a derby can be: With 30 errors, the match on April 3 entered the top five of the season.

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