Supersonic AEK Betsson BC ran with… 110 and advanced to the “16” of the BCL!


He subdued her Dynamo Sassari and advanced to the “16” of the Basketball Champions League AEK Betsson BC!

The match:

THE AEK Betsson BC started with Hall, Netzipoglou, McRae, Kuzminskas and Tillman in her starting five, making an explosive start to the game. With Netzipoglou and Kuzminskas scoring 5 and 4 points respectively, the “Union” led 9-5 in the 2nd minute, while shortly after 14-8 with McRae. Through their good defense, AEK found easy baskets in the surprise, constantly increasing the difference. Thanks to one quick 10-0 series by Tillman, Campengele, Randle and Kuzminskas, the “yellow and black” went to +15 (31-16), with the first quarter ending with score 31-18.

The scene was similar in second period, with the hosts bringing tremendous energy and spirit to the floor, turning the first half into a one-man show. While the Italians constantly shot behind 6.75m. (6/20 in 20 minutes), Joan Plata’s team did the basics by “building” big differences. With Kuzminskas and Tillman to dominate under the two baskets, AEK went to +20 (46-26) at 16′, while a little later, when he entered the equation and McRae “touched” +25 (55-30), before the Italians reduced in the finale for 55-35 at halftime.

At the beginning of the third period, Dynamo Sasari entered the floor of Ano Liosion better and with Charalambopoulos and McKinney in the foreground they “gnawed” the difference, reducing it to 14 for 56-42 at 28′. After the sluggish and somewhat nervous first two minutes, AEK returned to its… factory settings of the first half! With two consecutive three-pointers by McLemore and Randle, the difference was again sent to +20 (64-44) at 25′. The Italians, who found an offensive rhythm in this period, managed to reduce the gap again to 15 points (70-55), before in the last two minutes the home team found three consecutive three-pointers from Flionis, Kuzminskas and Netzipoglou, closing the period at +22 for 81-59!

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The quarters: 31-18, 55-35, 81-59, 110-79.

Source: Sport Fm

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