Thursday October 23, 2014 Search
Weather | Athens
22o C
16o C
News
Business
Comment
Life
Sports
Community
Survival Guide
Greek Edition
Hatzis breaks A1 league points record

By George Georgakopoulos

Nikos Hatzis became the record-holder in career points scored in the top flight leading struggling Ilisiakos to victory over Ikaros Halkidas on Saturday and rekindling its hopes for survival in the Basket League.

Evergreen Hatzis scored 19 points in the Zografou club’s 79-71 home win to reach a career total of 5,184, bettering Angelos Koronios’s record of 5,170 points. Hatzis is also the record-holder in games played in the top division.

His contribution could not have come at a better time for Ilisiakos, as the team is now engaged in a three-way tie at the bottom of the table with Ikaros and Panelefsiniakos. The Elefsina club lost 75-61 at Aris, and with three games left to play, only one of the three strugglers will get to stay up.

At the top of the table, Panathinaikos got to score more than 100 points after a long time in its 102-69 win over visiting Kolossos Rhodes on Monday, and second-placed Olympiakos had no problems at Trikala winning 84-70 on Sunday.

Panionios confirmed on Monday it will finish third after a thrilling game at Nea Smyrni with fourth-placed PAOK that was decided in overtime. Panionios won 95-92 with 20 points by Errick McCollum.

In other weekend games Apollon Patras scored a remarkable 83-81 at KAO Dramas, where Olympiakos and Panionios had lost, and Nea Kifissia sealed the fifth spot beating AGO Rethymnou 84-76.

ekathimerini.com , Monday March 31, 2014 (23:13)  
Roberto´s heroics make Kasami´s goal count
Third-division Iroditos punished heavily after fan death
PAOK fans stop coach Markopoulos´s move to Olympiakos
Reds lose to Nea Kifissia, search for new coach
Interior Minister accused of not paying his health fund contributions
The health fund for journalists (EDOEAP) said on Thursday that Interior Minister Argyris Dinopoulos, a former reporter, had not paid any contributions between 2009 and 2013 but continued to ...
Protests over university security persist
Students demonstrating against security measures at Athens University withdrew from its main premises Thursday but another group of students padlocked the gates of the institution’s School o...
Inside News
Just two banks seen to require more capital
The country’s systemic banks were on Thursday given the provisional results of the European Central Bank’s stress tests, and analysts’ estimates point to two lenders enjoying capital suffici...
Solidarity levy extended to 2016 in bid to meet targets
The government is extending the solidarity levy by two years, albeit with a 30 percent reduction on the rate imposed over the last three years. This forms part of Athens’s effort to cover an...
Inside Business
COMMENTARY
Tension for tension’s sake?
It is evident that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan feeds off tension. He would barely have achieved as much as he has – and prevailed – if he had not been so keen to confront a series...
COMMENTARY
Defusing a crisis
The crisis in Cyprus is escalating rapidly and defusing it is an extremely delicate and complicated procedure that will inevitably lead to losses for the weakest of the two sides. The course...
Inside Comment
SPONSORED LINK: FinanzNachrichten.de
SPONSORED LINK: BestPrice.gr
 RECENT NEWS
1. Just two banks seen to require more capital
2. Solidarity levy extended to 2016 in bid to meet targets
3. Interior Minister accused of not paying his health fund contributions
4. Protests over university security persist
5. Samaras, Juncker examine Greek proposal for emerging from bailout
6. Stocks give up 0.37 percent in quiet session
more news
Today
This Week
1. Strong winds hamper sea travel
2. TBEX brings together 800 travel bloggers in Athens
3. Samaras to represent Anastasiades at European Council meeting
4. Cyprus president to sit out EU summit due to high blood pressure
5. Arrivals show increase in January-June 2014 period
6. Spanish unemployment lowest since 2011 as economy grows
Today
This Week
1. Coalition shooting itself in the foot
2. Istanbul skyscraper casts shadow over Greece's banking ambitions
3. The past, present and future of the Greek debt crisis
4. Greece’s closed society is central to its current malaise
5. Greece must stick to reforms, says Schaeuble
6. At least 11 banks to fail European stress tests, three in Greece, report says
   Find us ...
  ... on
Twitter
     ... on Facebook   
About us  |  Subscriptions  |  Advertising  |  Contact us  |  Athens Plus  |  RSS  |   
Copyright © 2014, H KAΘHMEPINH All Rights Reserved.