The game started at a dizzying pace, where Olivol found facilities to attack the rim and the pandense, the distance hands with which he got an early 9 advantage (15-6). After a minute of Fernández, the central pick was decisive to generate advantages in the change, either for the continuation of Pedro Ianguas or the break through central street of Anthony Danridge. But the homeowner continued to find clean shots on offense with good efficiency, from attacks on the rim or adding a brilliant percentage in the first half. To this, the green added verticality as an effective weapon on offense and with a triple by Felipe García on the hour, he went 14 up (32-18) at the first break.
Olivol continued to find facilities after the block, where Justin Pierce managed to put eight to his team. The counterattack points and the income from the bank of Sebastián Ottonello and Mateo Suárez, allowed the homeowner to recover and stretch the rent, with a double and later foul by Sarni. In addition, the entrance of Baldosa, solved the defense of the central pick, with his good work in the change and thus Pando’s left with an advantage of 16 at halftime (51-35).
The one from Millán and Sitio Grande achieved a scoring streak with second-chance points from Ianguas, but Urupán managed to maintain the advantage with a triple from Sarni coming out of the block. The Hernando Cáceres society and the Ottonello tile gave congratulations to Esteban Yaquinta and his team, who entered the final ten with an 18 advantage, in a practically sentenced match.
An early triple by Garcia lowered the curtain early on the game and from there, he continued to flow barbarously on offense with the same goal routes, the combination of his internal nationals inside and a deranged Sarni, who rounded off fantastic numbers. The final minutes were for the deepest part of the rotation, rounding the score to 93-73. Follow the delirium in the industrial city.
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