ANDHe Hereda San Pablo Burgos fought this Friday for a victory against Lenovo Tenerife but ended up falling (73-81) in a game that lasted until halftime but lost due to a bad third quarter that led them to a twenty-point disadvantage.

The second unit gave life to San Pablo, especially Dani Díez who signed 13 points, 9 rebounds and 2 assists for 22 credits that were not enough against a great Lenovo Tenerife where Huertas, Salin and Shermadini stood out, who leave their team closer to the King’s Cup.

The game began with a low-scoring quarter despite the fact that both teams drew their weapons from the triple, highlighting Jarell Eddie for the locals and Sasu Salin for the Tenerife team.

Despite the success, the defenses prevailed although San Pablo suffered in the final minutes, especially with a triple by Marcelinho Huertas that extended the advantage of Txus Vidorreta’s team at the end of the first quarter.

A run of 0-8, together with the last points achieved at the end of the first quarter, took off the visitors during the second chapter (16-28), although Paco Olmos’s men reduced the distance with fast play (23-28).

However, the contribution of Gio Shermadini was vital so that Lenovo Tenerife did not run into trouble as it could not be defended intensely by a Nnoko who quickly accumulated two fouls, and the third quarter ended with an eight-point advantage for Tenerife. (31-39).

Although San Pablo came within 6 points of difference at the beginning of the third, Shermadini continued to do a lot of damage in the paint and the game almost went to the Burgos in a few minutes where the attack was not fluid, the players began to notice the fatigue and Tenerife everything came out (43-60).

Already in the last period, when it seemed that everything was lost and Lenovo Tenerife was winning by a difference of 19 points, Dani Díez and Max Salash got their team into the game with triples (53-64) and then it was Kullamae who joined the San Pablo scoring festival to bring Paco Olmos’ team to six points (64-69).

A triple by Doonerkamp separated Burgos from the comeback in less than a minute (68-76), but the locals did not lower their arms and tried until the end, losing by five points in the absence of one possession, but Salash’s shot did not enter and the match was decided in favor of Lenovo Tenerife.

Data sheet:

73-Inherits San Pablo Burgos (16+15+12+30): Díez (13), Rabaseda (4), Jarell (15), Renfroe (10), Nnoko (6) – starting five – Queeley (0), Kullamae (9), Nikolic (0), Salash (10), and Gamble (6).

81-Lenovo Tenerife (20+19+21+21): Fitipaldo (4), Salin (15), Rodriguez (5), Shermadini (23) and Doonerkamp (6) – starting five – Borg (-), Huertas (12), Sastre (2), Todorovic (2), Sulejmanovic ( -), Wiltjer (6), War (6).

Referees: Óscar Perea, Rubén Sánchez Mohedas and Carlos Merino.

Incidents: Match corresponding to matchday number 17 of the Endesa League held at the Coliseum Burgos before 4,768 spectators.

Via Marca.com