São Paulo comfortably beat Quimsa at the Antel Arena

This Tuesday the second day of the second match window of the B Group of the Champions League Americas. Sao Paulo from Brazil, already classified, won by 86-79 to Quimsa at Antel Sand from Montevideo.

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The Brazilian team went from less to more. After falling behind by five in the first quarter, the Tricolor gradually found their offense. Former NBA Bruno Caboclo, who had been intractable on Monday against Nacional, was once again a figure.

The power forward finished the game with 20 points, 15 rebounds and 5 assists, in addition to contributing spectacular plays throughout the match. In addition, the former player of the Toronto Raptors he got 4 blocks that served to dry up Quimsa’s offense in the second half.

The people from Santiago only scored 25 points in the last twenty minutes, and they couldn’t do anything to prevent the Brazilian team from taking them ahead. American Terrence Roderick Jr. was the Fusion’s top scorer with 21 points.

Thus, São Paulo remains undefeated in the tournament with four wins and no losses, while Quimsa has a 1-2 record and will close this window this Wednesday against Nacional (0-3).

In another game this Tuesday, Minas defeated Obras in Group C by 77-74. The Brazilians are first in the zone with three wins and no losses, while Tachero is last with 0-4.

Photo: FIBA

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