Triobet BBL hands out individual awards

After four months of intense battle on basketball courts across the three Baltic countries in Triobet BBL, we already know not only the best teams in both groups, but also the best players in the main statistical categories.

The top players of the Regular Season will be honored with individual awards for leading the league in points, rebounds and assists.


Andrew Warren won the Triobet BBL scoring title, with an average of 25.6 points per game during his time with Port of Parnu. Although the Estonian club did not see much success this season, the 28-year-old guard had a very good season individually. After receiving an offer from Sigal Prishtina during the Christmas break, Warren left the Parnu club and moved to Kosovo.

No one in Triobet BBL was even close to challenging the American as the best scorer in the league, with Canadian guard Johnny Berhanemeskel averaging almost seven less points at 18.8 per game.

Liepaja/Triobet’s big man Stephan Zack was the only player in the league to average double-digits in rebounding with 11 boards per game. The 23-year-old American was one of the key players for the Latvian team, also collecting 12.3 points per game. Ronaldas Rutkauskas from Jekabpils finished second in the leaderboard with 9.1 rebounds, while AVIS Rapla center William Artino was third with 8.8 rebounds per game.

The race was much closer in the assist category, with TTU playmaker Rait-Riivo Laane beating out Jekabpils guard Rinalds Sirsnins by a small margin. The young 22-year-old Estonian was averaging 6.6 assists per game, while Sirsnins was close behind with an average of 6.0 assists per game.