San Pablo Burgos takes the sixth European victory

San Pablo achieved a very important 92-84 victory against Teksüt Bandirma in a match that dominated after the break thanks to the success of the less usual players and in which Agusto Lima and Jean Pierre Tokoto, who returned to the call and they only played after the break, they were the most outstanding of the team.

The match began with two good attacks by the Turkish team that put the score at 0-5, but the Burgos tried to dominate the first moments of the match, from the triple (8-5).

The first differences of the match were marked, with a few minutes in which both had many losses that left the match with exchange of baskets (17-17 ).

Two offensive fouls for the Turkish team’s base, Jaime Smith conditioned the visitors’ game but Earl Clark also saw his second staff forcing Joan Peñarroya to give way to Javi Vega who had several games without playing minutes.

The power forward gave an advantage to the Burgos from the triple and with a traced play but with Alex Barrera it reached the final 26-20 of the first quarter.

Vitor Benite increased distance and Lima put the +10 in favor of the Burgos.The locals were more comfortable on the field, with a leading role in the inside game, but also outside, with a Benite who continued to score at will (35-24).

Peñarroya had to request a timeout after two Baskets followed by the team led by Hakan Demir because the blue team, which today wears purple, was not fine on the rebound (35-28).

Miquel Salvó made his debut from the triple but Sehmus Hazer and Ian Hummer were not going to allow San Pablo to go into halftime with a wide advantage (38-33).

Benite’s third personal foul led to an irregular and imprecise game by San Pablo who saw the 10-point lead stay at one thanks to the good defense of Hazer (43-42).

Teksüt Bandirma turned the scoreboard with a triple by Tyler Kalinoski (44-45 ) and extended his lead from the free kick with several fouls questioned, leaving 44-49 at the end of the second quarter.

The Ottomans came out with more enthusiasm and the first The basket was his, but the passage through the dressing room was good for the locals, who first with a triple from Clark and six consecutive points from Lima, which connected perfectly with the outside game, tied the game (53-53).

San Pablo continued in grace, with a stratospheric dunk from Jean Pierre Tokoto and a triple from Thad to put it 58-53 on the scoreboard.The set continued to grow, reaching 13-0, broken by a triple by Smith (60-56).

The American’s three points started another 0-13 set in which the men of Peñarroya, despite having clear shots, they failed to see the hoop (60-65).

Benite broke partial and Fitipaldo put the Burgos (66-65) above, but the success was now facing the locals who starred in another part of 11-0 Rivero in the offensive plane and Tokoto with another mate that forced Demir to stop the match (71-65).

Once again Tokoto put the icing on the fourth with another basket to make it 73-65 before the final ten minutes.

Four more points for Burgos’s team put the maximum of the game (+13), but Peñarroya was not happy with the two triples followed by the Teksüt Bandirma who put the Ottoman team back into the game (82-72).

The time-out gave way to the outside success of both teams that did not serve for Demir’s team who saw that time was running out It was finishing (88-77).

Smith tried the final arreón but did not give time to more and San Pablo took the victory by 92-84 and recovers the basketaverage in favor of the Turks.

Technical sheet:

92- San Pablo Burgos (26 + 18 + 29 + 19): Earl Clark (13), Bruno Fitipaldo (12), Miquel Salvó (5), Thad McFadden (9) and Augusto Lima (10) -starting five-, Jean Pierre Tokoto (10), Vitor Benite (11), Alex Barrera (5), Javi Vega (3), Jasiel Rivero (10), Ferrán Bassas (2 ) and Oliver Stevic (2).

84- Teksüt Bandirma (20 + 29 + 16 + 19): Jaime Smith (25), Sehmus Hazer (13), Tyler Kalinoski (17), Emmanuel Terry ( 9) and Ian Hummer (16) -starting five- Omar Prewitt (4), Furkan Haltali (-), Ridvan Oncel (-), Sadik Emir Kabaca (-), Erkan Yilmaz (-), Atakan Erdek (-) and Alperen Sengun (-).

Referees: Oskars Lucis (Latvia), Alexandre Deman (France) and Gintaras Vitkauskas (Lithuania).Vitor Benite sent off for five fouls.

Incidents: Match corresponding to day 10 of the Group Stage of the Basketball Champions League Basketball Champions League played at the Coliseum Burgos before 9,047 spectators.

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