Lhe comfortable victory for Coosur Real Betis against Urbas Fuenlabrada (99-83), in a postponed match on matchday seventeen, allows the Sevillian team to leave the last position in the table in which it had been since the start of the season and to which the Saint Paul Burgos.

The difference that Coosur Betis earned in the first quarter (25-16) was based on the domain of the zones. The locals captured six offensive rebounds in a period in which the points were distributed among eight players and where Pasecniks stood out, author of a three of three at the start.

Urbas Fuenlabrada reacted at the beginning of the second quarter thanks to the activity of Kyle Alexander, as feisty as he was effective, but two consecutive triples by Evans and Almazán increased the distance to ten points (33-23, min. 14), which forced visiting coach to stop the match with a time-out.

The 0-8 on the return of the huddles was the swan song of the Madrid team, which came close to two points but could not avoid going eight down again at halftime, a difference that would not stop growing throughout the match, especially because of the ease with which the Betis scored.

In the third quarter, the Verdiblancos players showed their will not to retain the victory in San Pablo, as they once again presented excellent shooting percentages, especially thanks to Evans and Vito Brown, author of the play of the match when finishing a counterattack with a stratospheric matte.

The difference of twelve points that prevailed in the electronics at the beginning of the final period advised prudent management to Luis Casimiro’s players who, however, had fun and had fun with spectacular actions that shot up the scoreboard against a dedicated Urbas Fuenlabrada.

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Data sheet

99 – Real Betis Coosur (25+21+28+25): Evans (25), Leslie (8), Bertans (15), Brown (20), Pasecniks (10) -starting quintet-, Báez (3), Almazán (3), Wylie (15), Torres (-) and Cvetkovic (-).

83 – Urbas Fuenlabrada (16+22+24+21): Samar (4), Milosavljevic (14), Meindl (17), Cheatham (19), Ristic (4) -initial quintet-, Novak (11), Alexander (6), Eyenga (6), Chema González (2) and McCallum (-).

Referees: Emilio Pérez Pizarro, Rafael Serrano and Héctor Báez. They eliminated the visitor Samar by five personnel (min. 40).

Incidents: Postponed match of the seventeenth day of the Endesa League that was not played on January 19 due to an outbreak of covid-19 in the local team’s locker room. San Pablo Municipal Sports Palace. Around 2,500 spectators.

Via Marca.com