The Inherit San Pablo Burgos scored the twenty-second win of the season in his farewell to the regular league at the Coliseum against Monbus Obradoiro (83-77) in a game in which he was many minutes behind but the outside success brought them closer to victory.
The Burgos will have a week off before facing the Lenovo Tenerife, rival of the Burgos team in the playoff for the title.
Monbus Obradoiro It was much more successful at the beginning of the game (6-15), just before the reaction of the Burgos (13-15) who began to see the hoop more easily and that turned the scoreboard, however, the first quarter ended with equality in the light (21-21)
The second quarter the same dynamic was repeated, since those of Moncho Fernandez dominated at first and Saint Paul went in tow until the success of Thad McFadden from the free kick he allowed Joan Peñarroya’s men to go away with a slight advantage at half-time (41-40).
The equality in the match also continued in the third quarter, however, Czerapowicz He had spectacular success and gave an advantage to calmly face the last ten minutes (58-67).
An initial arreón of the San Pablo like Cook Y Barrier from the triple he turned the scoreboard (70-69) and after exchanges of baskets McFadden he threw the team on his back (77-74) and after a few minutes without success on the part of both teams, the Burgos closed the game with a free kick.
[+] See the summary of the match:
83-Inherits San Pablo Burgos (21 + 20 + 16 + 21): Kravic (4), Saved 2 (), McFadden (16), Horton (9) and Renfroe (13) – starting five – Salash (5), Benite (9), Barrera (3), Rivero (5), Sakho (3), Cook (14), Rabaseda (-).
77-Monbus Obradoiro (21 + 19 + 27 + 7): Oliver (0), Birutis (19), Robertson (14), Cohen (2), Czerapowicz (13) – starting five – Muñoz (2), Ozmizrak (8 ), Beliauskas (9), García (2), Enoch (3), Daum (5), Suárez (0).
Referees: Pérez, Manuel and Sánchez. Local team player Dejan Kravic was sent off for five fouls.
Incidents: Match corresponding to matchday 38 of the Endesa League held at the Coliseum Burgos behind closed doors.