This real Madridbehind a released Mario Hezonja, He conquered Monaco (91-95) and took another step in his aspirations to lead his current edition. euroleague basketball at the end of the regular stage.
Due to the importance of what was at stake, the Spanish team focused and initially endured one-on-one combat. He even allowed himself the luxury of signing a 0-5 partial contract.Instantly responded by an opponent who remained close despite his utter ineffectiveness from the environment.
In this context, the advantage of Chus Mateo’s men never went beyond the four points they dropped at the end of the first quarter, returning to the field with a few minutes of inspiration from Okobo, he immediately responded and eventually scored 9. the first issue of 11 in the second ten minutes.
Against Yabusel, he did not back down in the ring, meanwhile he lost everything he could to lead his team and was replaced by Mario Hezonja. Llull’s shot grazed. The hosts answered all this until the break (46-50).
He did this after he went through the locker room and got the biggest profit of the game with a score of 12-1. That wasn’t the only problem for visitors as they saw how the two tall men, Tavares and Poirier, were loaded with four personal players who had more room to play.
Despite the negativity, The madridistas were able to stand up and reconnect thanks to Llull and Hezonja’s good aiming around. This was conveyed by Deck and Moses at his decisive fourth dawn and made up for all the centimeter deficiencies in the paint.
What didn’t decrease was losses, gasoline for a Monaco that had already got Mike James behind the wheel at that point. The American was adding and distributing it, little by little, secretly so that the team wouldn’t reject it.
Thus, in a similar parity scenario to the existing one, with five minutes left to equalize the match at eighty, everything is at the mercy of the details. The home team took a bit of a lead, but did as little damage as they could and the Spaniards re-enlisted. Going to five with another great trio by Hezonja with 1.55 left.
From then on, the goal was to keep the loot gold and if possible to score averages in regular time. He could have lost, but surprisingly, James gave up shooting from the three that was his option. There Monaco squandered an option. And Hall wasn’t the only one who later scored while trying to land a free ball on the board. Too many facilities for a Real Madrid closing an important win.
91 – Monaco (20+26+25+20): Brown (7), Loyd (4), Blossomgame (6), Montiejunas (7), James (23) -starter-five-, Moneke (4), Diallo (15), Okobo (16), Hall (6) , Ouattara (3).
95 – Real Madrid (24+26+20+25): Williams-Goss (3), Hezonja (30), Deck (13), Cornelie (2), Tavares (3) -top five-, Yabusele (9), Poirier (2), Sergio Rodríguez (2), Causeur (- ), Llull (10), Hanga (7), Moses (14).
referees: Sasa Pukl (ESL), Olegs Latisevs (LET) and Gytis Vilius (LIT). They eliminated Poirier by five fouls.
events: The match of the twenty-third day of the first stage of the Euroleague was played at Salle Gaston Medecin in Monaco.
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