ANDhe BAXI Manresa inaugurated its triumph record on Sunday at the Coosur Betis court (64-106) at the end of a match that the Catalan team dominated without suspense thanks to its circulation of the ball and an efficiency in the shot to which it could not respond the weak Andalusian defense.

Under the excellent direction of Dani Pérez, the Barcelona team scored an initial 2-11 set, with all the players in their starting five scoring, which could not mitigate Joan Plaza’s fast time-out (min. 5) because the score at the end of the first quarter it indicated an eloquent 14-30.

The visiting advantage reached twenty points at the beginning of the second quarter (15-35, min. 12) and even increased to twenty-four before the Sevillian team reacted at the hands of Vitto Brown, author of twelve points in the period and architect that the distance to rest was reduced (38-51).

The Betis came closer with the first basket on the return of the dressing room, scored by Burjanadze, but BAXI Manresa again stretched the score with a series of actions – unsportsmanlike foul on Bako, mate by Sima and counterattack by Jou – again put a lot of distance on the electronic (42-64, min. 26).

Brown returned to the court to score another five consecutive points and this time he had the help of Khadeen Carrington, very aggressive in the penetrations, but it was the last rebellion of the Betics, who raised the white flag when Guillem Jou scored a triple on the horn that liquidated the third set (54-76).

The last period was an ordeal for the locals, who found themselves with more than forty points of disadvantage and reached the scandalous figure of twenty lost balls against an opponent who dedicated the final stretch to fatten individual statistics in the image of his third baseman, Dani García , author of six points in three minutes.

– Data sheet

64 – Coosur Real Betis (14 + 24 + 16 + 10): Evans (6), Carrington (8), Brown (23), Bleijenbergh (-), Todorovic (10) -starting five-, Pozas (-), Almazán (2), Bertans (5), Burjanadze (2), Spiers (5) and Agbelese (3).

106 – BAXI Manresa (30 + 21 + 25 + 30): Dani Pérez (5), Thomasson (6), Valtonen (15), Moneke (18), Bako (17) -starting five-, Steinbergs (7), Berzins (7), Francisco (4), Jou (7), Rafa Martínez (-), Sima (14) and Dani García (6).

Referees: Juan Carlos García González, Joaquín García and Roberto Lucas. The local Agbelese was eliminated by five personnel (min. 30).

Incidents: Match of the third day of the Endesa League played at the San Pablo Municipal Sports Palace before about 1,500 spectators.

Via Marca.com