Barcelona falls in Finals, Oleson denied fifth pro title
Arch rival Real Madrid swept the best-of-5 series capped by a 90-85 win in Game 3 tonight in Barcelona.
Oleson, of UAF fame, had 10 points and 4 assists in his most productive game of the series.
The teams finished 1-2 in the regular season and have alternated winning La Liga titles in each of the last four years.
The 6-foot-3 veteran guard averaged 6 points on 42 percent shooting in 34 games this season.
He was a starter most of the year and named to the Euroleague All-Defensive First Team this season, showing that he’s still got the moxie to come back for his 12th season as a pro.
He has amassed more than 5,000 career points and won four championships – two in Spain’s first division, one in Spain’s second division and his first as a rookie with Dodge City in the USBL.