PABLO ROMERO / COMMUNICATION AREA FEB

He had one last bullet left in the chamber at Sur-Aspasia RVB Clinic to be able to reach a Playoffs for the promotion that they were going to go through to cut the Palmer Mediterranean Soul their advantage victory in the table throughout the last two days.

An account as simple on paper as complex in its execution and that ended up jumping through the air on Sunday morning. And that the set of Hugo Lopez came to see really close the possibility of hunting down the Balearic representative throughout a first part in which the equation seemed to match. But as the minutes passed, he ended up reversing his luck to his regret.

Thus, the Valladolid people ended up yielding at home to a Covirán Granada intractable during the final bars (90-85), a result that complicated some options that ended up dissolving when the Palmer Mediterranean Soul managed to reverse the score against the Destination Palencia in the final bars69-67).

In this way, 30 points (1/1 TL and 11/14 TC), 1 rebound, 2 assists, 2 recoveries and 1 foul received harvested by the North American Reed timmer lost all their effect for a team that said goodbye to the Playoffs for promotion despite the 31 points of valuation of his star from the direction of the team.

Anecdotal section:

A Sur-Aspasia RVB Clinic had not done badly during the current course, which premiered its individual record on an early Day 8 with the trophy harvested by Joey Van Zegeren (read report). Exactly the same period of time that Valladolid needed to repeat the award on Day 16 that marked the premiere as MVP of the North American Reed Timmer (read report). But it was not until well into the second round that the great award was able to meet with one of the most common men in this section, a Nacho Martín who, just a couple of weeks ago, achieved his first recognition of the course (read report). In this way, Timmer became this weekend the first player of the entity to sign a “double” in a season in which the grand prize has “dodged” a Sergio de la Fuente who acts as the historical leader of MVPs in the Castilian-Leonese club.


The quintet of the day in the LEB Oro:

An unfortunate weekend for the collective interests of the five players that make up the ideal quintet of the day since, for the most part, their magnificent performances were of little use to their teams in reaching their goals.

This is what happened to the MVP and best point guard of the day, a Reed Timmer (Sur Aspasia RVB Clinic)whose inertia was not enough at the time of being able to avoid a defeat that ended up assuming his dismissal from the Playoffs for the promotion. A situation that would live in a very similar way a Jabari Narcis (Destination Palencia) impeccable at four, but that Son Moix could not straighten out the hard moment his team is going through.

With a little more fortune he counted a Eddy Polanco (ICG Força Lleida) that reached the two one of his best versions of the season to continue feeding the dream of the permanence of the ilerdense team after a Sunday in which Ramón Vila (Levitec Huesca) he did the same to five in the last meeting of the course for a team waiting.

Although if there was a man who took a “cut” out of his great performance that was a Txemi Urtasun (HLA Alicante) impeccable at the time of defeating a Río Breogán that thus left the leadership in his visit to Pedro Ferrándiz.


Base:
Reed Timmer (Sur Aspasia RVB Clinic) 31 val: 30 points (1/1 TL and 11/14 TC), 1 rebound, 2 assists, 2 recoveries and 1 foul received.
Shooting guard: Eddy Polanco (ICG Força Lleida) 28 val: 20 points (5/5 TL and 6/11 TC), 9 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 recovery and 5 fouls received.
Eaves: Txemi Urtasun (HLA Alicante) 28 val: 26 points (1/2 TL and 9/12 TC), 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 foul received.
Power-Wing: Jabari Narcis (Destination Palencia) 24 val: 18 points (2/2 TL and 7/9 TC), 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 recovery, 1 block and 2 received fouls.
Pivot: Ramón Vila (Levitec Huesca) 28 val: 20 points (5/6 TL and 7 / 8TC), 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 recovery and 4 fouls received
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Season statistics
– Reed Timmer:

Games played: 25
Minutes: 25.42 pp
Points: 13.5 pp
Rebounds: 2.1 pp
Assists: 3.3 pp
Recoveries: 0.5 pp
Plugs: — pp
Fouls received: 2.2 pp
Rating: 12 pp


Sports career
– Reed Timmer:

Training: Eisenhower High School (USA)
2014/18: Drake University (NCAA – USA)
2018/19: Walter Tigers Tübingen (ProA – Germany)
2019/20: Delteco Gipuzkoa Basket (LEB Gold)
2020/21: Sur Aspasia RVB Clinic (LEB Gold)

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