|22 November 2013|
|Milica Dabovic was the Week 3 EuroLeague Women Top Performer|
Serbian national team guard Milica Dabovic has some positives to take out of Novi Zagreb's road loss at CCC Polkowice, namely finishing as Week Three's Top Performer.
Despite the 31-year-old's team going down by nine points, 62-53, Dabovic was able to produce her best individual performance of her campaign to date, procuring 22 points on 7-for-11 shooting from the field, as well as picking up eight boards, recording an efficiency of 26.
Playing in the same game, albeit for the winning team, Agnieszka Majewska had a well-rounded stat line with eight points, eight rebounds, four steals and six blocked shots - the latter being a competition-high following the first three weeks of action.
All up, Majewska's efforts earned her an efficiency ranking of 22, the same as Alexandria Quigley who picked 22 points and four rebounds playing further south in Poland for Wisla Can-Pack. Quigley's individual performance proved fruitless in the wider cause as the hosts fell to Fenerbahce 73-69.
Another player to finish with an efficiency of 22 was Sparta&K's Natalia Vieru who was once again the shining light for the new-look Russian club, picking up 10 rebounds to compliment 14 points.
EuroLeague Women Week 3 Top Performers