Fresh out of a period of confinement, the Levitec Huesca players were able to star in one of their best matches of the season on a night in which a direct rival such as Tizona Universidad de Burgos visited the Palace. A meeting resolved on the basis of perseverance and in which the solidity under the rings was decisive to be able to tip the balance.

FORECASTS J.9: 6/9 at La Quiniela de… Marcus Toledo (ICG Força Lleida)

GALLERY J.9: Photos of the event on Flickr FEB

TRACING: Results Calendar Official website

Permanence Group: Levitec Huesca takes a breath on the way to permanence

Levitec Huesca vs Tizona University of Burgos (87-76) / Statistics

The work under the hoops adds solidity to a Levitec Huesca that adds a valuable triumph

Levitec Huesca received a complicated rival like Tizona Burgos in their fiefdom and in a difficult moment after a period of confinement and a total of 19 days without playing, but Óscar Lata’s men were able to star in one of their best matches of the course to sign a valuable triumph. And that things had not started well for the Huesca team given the high pace of play imposed by Tizona Burgos. A team led by the outside success of an entire killer as Alberto Ruiz de Galarreta is used to being, who added 12 points in just a few minutes (27-29). The passing of the minutes then began to be the best ally of Óscar Lata’s, with Jorge Lafuente who was intoning little by little to the team to get to turn the electronic one (47-44). The return of Luis Parejo to the courts had been the best ally of those at home, leaving behind a period of absence that extended to the other side of the court for a Ricardo Úriz whose absence was beginning to weigh in the game. Because Tizona Burgos began to see how the game escaped in a third quarter in which its rival was fresher and in which the battle under the hoops began to make a difference (65-58). With ten minutes to go, Levitec Huesca began to feel the victory, a feeling that drove the team to be able to certify a victory with which to stay one match from the remaining places (87-76).

MVP: Jorge Lafuente (Levitec Huesca) – 22 ratings