There are no two without three

The second half of the LBM last week was a pure semifinal. Three promotions were crowned in a league that is slowly coming to the end of its season. Everything that happened, we tell you in our classic report.

Divisional B

The second largest division defined their promotions and finalists. Dejan Bodiroga, prevailed in the third game against the champion of the “C”, Celta Desvirgo and eliminated in figures of 62-52. The process of the meeting was tight, but when the Serbian managed to take the mandate, he responded to each reaction. The runs of Federico Seguessa and six points of Ignacio Lens, broke all reaction of the Desvirgo and with a great collective closure, Bodiroga was left with a new promotion and the arrival of another definition.

His rival will be Peñarol Amateur, who agonizingly beat The Kings, 76-75. The transition of the game was favorable to Carbonero, but with a tremendous last quarter by Andrés Guillén, the loser came to equalize. Juan Modernell was the one who pulled the car in the final ten for the aurinegro. In addition to his 12 points in the final stretch, he put a triple to tie the game at 74 and later, the tray that later would end up signifying the victory. The last one was Guillén, who was close to taking the free-of-three when leaving the blockade but was sanctioned below. Andrés missed the second free practice, decreeing the victory for Peñarol, who after several years in the LBM, finally managed to reach the privilege division.

The first final will be on Saturday at 6:45 p.m., in a clash with history in the playoffs. In the first season of both in the league, Peñarol Amateur agonizingly eliminated Bodiroga in the semis and two editions ago, the Serbian took revenge, winning the final of the “C”.

Divisional C

MDAR bounced back after losing their undefeated and defeated La Gaby in the third match, to advance to the final and move up to “B”. The victory was 78-65 in a game in which Maruja dominated from the start, managing between two and three possessions ahead. Although the relative with Larrañaga got to 2 in the last quarter, Mauro López with triples and Mauricio Parra with a double and foul, they quickly gave the relative with Montevideo 9 ahead. Maximiliano Bo shone again at the close and from his game in the paint he liquidated the shares. Mauricio Parra with 22 and Bruno Magalhaes with 20, were the highlights of the meeting.

On Thursday at 20:15, he will play the first final against Sportivo La Lechuza.