He did… save in the clasico Barcelona!
The “Blaugrana” made a great appearance and defeated for the first time this year, after three failed attempts, the Real Madrid with a score of 83-78, reaching 12-6 and dropping the Madrid team, who were on a 6-game winning streak, to 16-2!
The match was a derby throughout, however the last period belonged to Barcelona, who held the “queen” scoreless for almost 5 minutes and ran a 14-0 split score, through which she essentially put the game under her control and took the great victory. Sort of, the whole of it Roger Grimmow he closed his distance from the top, while at the same time he stayed in third place and… behind Virtus!
Foremost among the winners was the great Jan Vesely, who made a comeback appearance and scored 27 points on 12/18 2-pointers and 3/3 shooting, being unstoppable near the basket. 14 points were scored by Nikos Laprovitolawho even made a big three-pointer to make it 83-75 and dished out 8 assists.
Of the rest, he helped with 13 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists Nikola Kalinicwhile he showed his experience with 10 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals on Jabari Parkerwho also pulled off some really big saves in the 31 minutes entrusted to him by Grimmaugh.
From Real, who performed very well for three quarters but were hurt by the disastrous start in the fourth, he stood out with 19 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists Janan Musawhile 16 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals had Mario Hezonia. He couldn’t help much with 6 points and 7 rebounds o Eddie Tavareswho had major problems with Jan Vesely’s ability to shoot from mid-range.
The quarters: 21-25, 45-47, 60-62, 83-78
Detailed match statistics here
Source: Sport Fm
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