Monaco “woke up” in the second half and remained third

Monaco “woke up” in the second half and remained third

Playing as a Final Four team in the second half, Monaco beat Alba 90-82 in Berlin for Game 29 of the EuroLeague and with a 19-10 record fell to -1 in third place from second-place Barcelona, ​​leaving the albatross in 5 -24 in the last one.

The Germans reached 27-13 at the end of the first period, Monaco “turned” it to 45-39 at halftime and in the replay with individual scores reached double-digit differences and the final victory.

The leaders of the Monegasques were Okobo with 21, James with 20 and Blossongame with 13 points. For the 1995 Korats Cup winners, Thomas scored 14 and Tieman scored 11 points.

After trailing 17-9 in the first five minutes, Alba ran away with +8, maintained a double-digit lead and ended the first period at 27-13.

In the second period, Okobo took matters into his own hands and reduced it to -2. Walker’s three-pointer tied the game at 31-31 and James’ +2 for Sascha Obtrandovic’s team. Sterling and Tiemann found the solutions for the Germans, but the half ended at 39-45.

James brought +10 at the start of the third period and Motejunas +11. Tieman and Thomas cut to 64-58 and 66-62, with Okobo making it 62-69 at the end of the quarter.

Three-pointers by Tomas and Maticek cut the deficit to -1 at the start of the fourth period for Alba. The Monaco regionals brought 82-72 and Hall +11 to the final +8 of the Monegasques.

The quarters: 27-13, 39-45, 62-69, 82-90

The statistics

Source: Sport Fm

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