In the first half where there was a room for each one, Larre Borges started better. A triple from Barriola and the generation of Demian Álvarez for the culmination of Glenn were the offensive keys against the planted defense, in addition those of Nieto managed to run the field and got ten income at dawn of the match. Some dirty point from Riauka and a triple from Silvarrey kept Sayago who shot too much and without success of 6.75, without plan B. Those of Nieto, solid and under Demian’s baton, closed 26-11 up
The second started locked. Defending in the zone, those of Díaz lowered the scoring of the grid. In addition, there were two consecutive bombings from Bola and running points from Bonet. With confidence, Emiliano began to attack the rim, placed a triple, and scored 10 points, being revulsive and the main exponent of the reaction. Good custody of the rebound with Riauka important in that facet and a lot of intensity in the pressure in the entire field to bring it, those of Ariel and the road went only one down to the long break (36-35) and even had the last to pass.
The plugin kept Silvarrey in beast mode, in conversion and generation. Sayago passed. Nieto sent the square-one defense to stop him, but Díaz’s men continued to take clear shots, even though they did not always hock. It was difficult for Larre to retake the line of play, neither García nor Zubiaurre could take control and rhythm of the process. With some forced point from Demian or Glenn, the Union players came in 53-48 down last.
Sayago, in addition to dominating all the basketball aspects of the night, led his rival into a bad mood and from the emotional point of view, Nieto’s men also punctured themselves, losing many balls without shooting. Two Dogliotti bombs were a dagger for 16. Riauka continued to be the master of rebounding on both flanks, giving second chances or quick starts with his first pass accuracy. The grid was completely blurred, the percentages dropped enormously and he had no team game or individual leaders to seek a reaction. Sayago won 79-62.