DCodi Miller-McIntyre’s points in the last second of the match gave MoraBanc Andorra the fourth victory of the season.

Ibon Navarro’s men, who did not manage to get ahead on the scoreboard until 16 seconds from the end, turned the score around and defeated UCAM Murcia by 90 to 89. The best of the match was Clevin Hannah with 23 points and a PIR of 30 . The key player in the fourth quarter was Codi Miller-McIntyre with 21 points, 8 rebounds and a PIR of 22. On the part of Sito Alonso’s side, Augusto Lima stood out with 21 points, 9 rebounds and a PIR of 29.

Five consecutive points from Víctor Arteaga served to tie the game at 70 and cause a time-out for Sito Alonso.

The match entered a blow exchange phase that benefited UCAM Murcia more. In the last five minutes, 76 to 80 in favor of Sito Alonso’s men, who continued with Sadiel Rojas defending Hannah. Hannah saw the basket again with a triple and the additional one that made MoraBanc dream in the comeback (80-85).

‘Tunde’, with an assist from Hannah, brought the match to a thrilling finale (82-85). Those from the Principality managed to get ahead on the scoreboard for the first time at 16 seconds with two points from Codi Miller-McIntyre. Taylor put UCAM Murcia ahead again with 88-89 and in the last second of the match Codi Miller-McIntyre gave MoraBanc the fourth victory of the season over third-placed.

DATA SHEET

90 – MoraBanc Andorra (20 + 22 + 23 + 25): Hannah (23), Jelínek (10), Oriol Paulí (12), Amine Noua (-) and Víctor Arteaga (9) -the titular quintet-; ‘Tunde’ (3), Miller-McIntyre (21), Conor Morgan (10), Moussa Diagne (-) and Mario Nakic (2).

89 – UCAM Murcia (25 + 20 + 25 + 19): Taylor (8), Davis (10), Sadiel Rojas (12), Webb III (11) and Augusto Lima (21) -the starting five-; Czerapowicz (6), McFadden (3), Tomás Bellas (5), Cate (5), Radovic (2) and Vasileaidis (6).

Referees: Miguel Ángel Pérez Pérez, Juande Oyón and Alfonso Olivares. Without eliminated.

Incidents: Match corresponding to matchday 10 of the Endesa League at the Andorra Sports Center with 2,680 spectators.

Via Marca.com