March 21, 2017
The top group finished play on Tuesday. Ty Marshall and Sepsi beat Targoviste 90-43. Cluj-Napoca finished behind them by beating Chastity Reed and Satu Mare 64-62. Kerah Nelson led Galati past Brasov 92-43 although Dora Ardelean did record a triple-double.
Sepsi vs. Targoviste 90-43 SEP Marshall 20 Shegog 16/6r Hutanu 11 Thompson 9/8r Harris 8/9r Jeffery 6/9r TAR Dinca 11 Cosby 3
Universitatea Cluj-Napoca vs. Satu Mare 64-62 CLU Mandache 18/7r Harrison 9 Denson 6/11r Dixon 6 Swanier 6/9a SAT Reed 20/6r/6a Batey 9 Canty 2
Phoenix Galati vs. Olimpia Brasov 92-43 GAL Nelson 26/14r Filip 19/15r Jackson 19/8a McKenzie 12/10r BRA Johnson 19 Ardelean 18/13r/11a Ferariu 12/12r Ghizila 12 Al Ash Hab 10
- Sepsi 26-2
- Cluj-Napoca 20-8
- Targoviste 18-10
- Brasov 15-13
- Galati 13-15
- Satu Mare 10-18
March 22, 2017
This group finished play on Wednesday. Arad made sure that it took the top spot to increase their chances of progressing in the playoffs, beating Alexandria 79-50. Ka-Deidre Simmons and Andreea Aursulesei helped Iasi end a long losing streak with a 74-69 win over Lauren Gregory and Targu Mures, also giving them hope to finish above them in the final standings.
Universitatea Goldis ICIM Arad vs. Alexandria 79-50 ARA Stroman 18/16r Hadzovic 16 Pasic 15 Karakasevic 10/10r McGuire 7 ALE Bartee 13/22r Rule 11 Arnold 8 Mullings 7/14r Grbic 5/6r
Politehnica Iasi vs. Sirius Targu Mures 74-69 IAS Simmons 21/7r Aursulesei 20 Jennings 18 Adams 5 Bermudez 4 TAM Gregory 20 Robinson 18/6r McCune 4
- Arad 13-11
- Alexandria 11-13
- Targu Mures 4-20
- Iasi 2-22
Now that this phase of the season is complete, the playoffs begin on Sunday using these standings to determine seeds. The top eight teams made the quarterfinals while the two remaining teams compete to avoid last place.