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Pro A: Mason and Stommes lead Webmoebel Baskets to win over Chemnitz

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Jefferson Mason & Justin Stommes led the webmoebel Baskets to a 93:81 victory over the Chemnitz 99ers. Stommes had a strong 28 points, 4 steals, 3 assists and shot 5-5 from 3 point range. Jefferson Mason combined 17 points and 8 boards in 24 minutes of playing time. Jorge Schmidt came out strong for Chemnitz with 13 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists while always hustling and working hard to keep his team in the game.


Justin Stommes is the player of the 2-game weekend

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Guard Justin Stommes was voted player of the day for the double-game day 2 & 3 this past weekend. The 2.01 m Guard is in his first year as a pro player playing with the webmoebel Paderborn Baskets in the German Pro A. After being one of the top-players for Eastern Kentucky and playing the 2/3 position in college, the versatile Stommes is now even playing the pointguard spot in the system of headcoach Thomas Glasauer. After 3 games and 3 wins in the Pro A Justin has combined for impressive 24 points, 4.7 rebounds, 3.3 steals and 3.3 assists per game. His shooting percentages are also sky-high over the first 10 days of the season shooting 14-23 (60.9 %) from 3 point-range and 58.8 % from the field.

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October 5, 2011 at 8:05 pm

Webmoebel Basket Paderborn add Justin Stommes (Eastern Kentucky)

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Webmoebel Baskets Paderborn have signed a contract with Scorers1st client Justin Stommes. Justin is a 22 year old 2.00 m guard who is going to play overseas for the first time. He graduated from Eastern Kentucky and averaged 11.7 ppg , 3.0 rpg and 2.6 apg in his senior season. Justin is an amazing shooter averaging 42% from threepointrange.

‘Justin is a shooter and that is exactly what we were looking for. But at the same time,he isnt one dimensional, but a team player that has potential. What made him so important over other players was that he can also play point guard’, stated Webmoebel Baskets head coach  Thomas Glasauer.

‘With his 200cm, he possesses an abnormal body height and athletcism. That will make it difficult to defend. With him, Jefferson Mason, Nick Freer and two Germans, we could play with a constellation that wont be found so quickly in the league’, stated Thomas Glasauer.

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July 17, 2011 at 12:58 pm