Regular Season Round 6 was full of outstanding individual performances. Here are its leaders in all main statistical categories.
Individual highs: Gian Clavell, Prometey, 34 points
Gian Clavell of Prometey Slobozhanske led all scorers with 34 points in a losing effort against ratiopharm Ulm. He matched this season's best scoring mark: Joe Young of Promitheas also had 34 points in Round 2 against Gran Canaria. Young is the competition's top scorer at 24.5 points per game.
Ismael Kamagate led all rebounder by pulling down 19 in his team's home win against Veolia Hamburg Towers. It is the best rebounding mark in the competition since Ondrej Balvin of Baloncesto Sevilla also had 19 boards against CEZ Basketball Nymburk on December 16, 2014. Alpha Kaba of Buducnost VOLI Podgorica leads the rebounds table at 11.3 per night.
Yago Dos Santos of Ulm was the only player to record double digits in assists, getting 10 against Prometey. J'Covan Brown, who didn't play in Round 6, is first overall in assists at 6.8 per night. Three players – Jeremiah Martin of Slask Wroclaw, David Dudzinski of Frutti Extra Bursaspor and Nicola Akele of Germani Brescia – each collected 4 steals in Round 6. Martin is this season's steals leader at 3.0 per game. Kamagate had 4 blocks to lead this round's standings, and is also first overall (2.5 bpg.). Dos Santos, Kamagate, Kaba and Tyrique Jones of Turk Telekom Ankara each recorded a double-double in Round 6.