The BYU international basketball tracker: Davies and Carlino put up huge numbers

Posted: November 1, 2015 in basketball, Brandon Davies, BYU, BYU basketball, BYU Cougars, Matt Carlino, sports, Tyler Haws
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It has been a very eventful couple of weeks for the former Cougars playing basketball around the world. Some continued to put up big numbers while others took a while to find their footing on a new team. Others stayed consistent while others showed that they have the skills to be the No.1 option.

Here is a look at how each of the former Cougars have performed so far during the 2015-16 season.

Rashaun Broadus, MKS Dabrowa Gornicza (Poland-TBL)

After a rough first game, Broadus has been extremely productive. One of his best performances came in a 96-94 double-overtime loss to Torun when he registered 27 points on 11 for 21 shooting from the floor, including 4 for 10 from beyond the arc. He added six assists, two rebounds and a steal in 42 minutes.

On the season, he has played in four games and is averaging 13.5 points on 58.1 percent shooting from inside the arc with 5.3 assists, 2.5 rebounds and 1.0 steals in 32.5 minutes.

Matt Carlino, Boulazac Basket Dordogne (France-ProB)

Carlino came out of the gates on fire as Boulazac started with a 2-0 record. In his first game, he led the way as Boulazac beat Vichy Clermont 84-76. He totaled 21 points on 6 for 13 shooting from the floor, including 4 for 8 from 3-point land and 5 for 7 from the free-throw line. He added six rebounds and three assists in 35 minutes.

For the season, he is averaging 17 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.0 steals in 35 minutes.

Lee Cummard, Crelan Okapi Aalstar (Belgium-Scooore League)

Cummard has been steady during the start of his this season with Aalstar. He was in the starting lineup in a 93-75 loss to Oostende and finished with four points on 2 for 4 shooting with three rebounds in 20 minutes.

For the season he has played five games and has averaged 5.6 points on 58.8 percent shooting from 2-point range with 4.6 rebounds in 19.6 minutes.

Brandon Davies, Openjobmetis Varese (Italy-Serie A)

Davies shock off a slow start to put up some huge numbers even though Openjobmetis hasn’t had much success. His best game came in a 83-79 loss in FIBA Europe Cup to Oostende when he registered 23 points on 7 for 10 shooting from the floor, including 4 for 6 from beyond the arc and 5 for 6 from the free-throw line. He added seven rebounds in just 15 minutes.

For the season, he has played six games and is averaging 11.5 points and 4.3 rebounds in 22.3 minutes over all competitions.

Tyler Haws, Rio Natura Monbus Obradoiro CAB, (Spain-Liga Endesa)

Haws has had some nice games as Rio Natura Monbus has started the year with two wins in four tries. In his latest outing, he had his most productive scoring performance in a 76-56 loss to Valencia when he totaled 13 points on 5 for 14 shooting from the floor with three rebounds and an assist in 22 minutes.

For the season, he is averaging 10 points on 48.5 percent shooting from the floor with 1.8 rebounds and  1.3 steals in 20.5 minutes.

Jonathan Tavernari, BCC Corvengenze Agropoli (Italy-Serie A2)

Tavernari has had some big games as Agropoli has started out the season 4-1. He had a solid outing in a 96-92 win over Casalpusterlengo when he totaled 13 points on 5 for 11 shooting from the floor, including 3 for 8 from beyond the arc. He added four rebounds and two assists in 29 minutes.

On the season, he is 15.8 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.3 steals in 32.8 minutes.

Agustin Ambrosino, Alianza Viedma (Argentina-TNA)

After playing limited minutes the first few games for Alianza Viedma, Ambrosino finally saw significant time in an 80-73 loss to Olimpo BB. He registered six points on 3 for 6 shooting from the floor with four rebounds and two blocks in 25 minutes.

For the season, he has played four games and is averaging 2.5 points and 1.8 rebounds in 14.3 minutes.

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