This real Madrid Despite being in second place 90-69 against him, he complied with the winning process. a UCAM Murcia it didn’t deserve any chance of victory in the end.
Having secured second place, Real Madrid played against UCAM Murcia with the goal of winning, of course, but above all. Maintaining the competitive level facing the Euroleague Final Four.
With Belgrade 8 days away, Madrid were unfocused on offense and adequate on defense. UCAM to enter the playoffs dominated the entire first quarter.
It was James Webb who started the feud with two threes in his first two acts. Thanks to the trio, 5 out 11 6 assists and just 2 losses, the Murcian team was almost always ahead on the scoreboard until the first quarter ended 19-21.
The most remarkable thing about the first period was that Madrid didn’t shoot any three-pointers because they didn’t try, and if you add that they didn’t get assists and lost 5 balls, the result could be considered good. for their interests.
in the second act UCAM finished their trio and blamed it. Madrid, as always, tried to make a defensive move, albeit with little profit, apart from Jeff Taylor, who in this case was dealing with the biggest rival threat, Thad McFadden.
Adam Hanga recorded Madrid’s first trio 32-29 (4:30pm) on the seventh attempt and recorded 41-37 with a tangerine before McFadden made his way to the locker room.
Between the Murcian I wanted and couldn’t, and the Madridistas I didn’t know if I wanted to, match circulated for equality with few options for show Beyond certain actions like Walter Tavares’ 3 block, which activates the attack a bit with Gabriel Deck.
At UCAM, McFadden and Nemanja Radovic were the most successful of a team that didn’t feel like playing because they played in the playoffs.
This Madrid got a little tighter on defense later in the game and UCAM began to see the seams, 53-42 (m.25.20). The benefits grew slowly but inexorably, with no signs that UCAM could remedy the situation.
The third quarter, with Alberto Abalde leading the way, kept the game sluggish and this period ended 68-49 after a 27-12 pass.
With the channeling of victory, the party reached its heights as a formality. A Real Madrid that wins by inertia and a UCAM that can’t find the key have several options.
Finally, 90-69. Madrid followed a mordant-free pre-UCAM procedure.
90 – Real Madrid (19 + 22 + 27 + 22): Williams-Goss (7), Hanga (5), Causeur (13), Poirier (8) and Yabusele (5) -first team-, Abalde (10), Núñez, Randolph (7), Deck (7), Tavares ( 14), Llull (9) and Taylor (5).
69 – UCAM Murcia (21+16+12+20): Davis (5), Webb (12), Lima (3), Taylor (10) and Rojas -first team-, Bellas (4), Malmaris, Radovic (10), McFadden (7), Cate (8), Czerapovick ( 8) and Vasileiadis (2).
Referees: Carlos Cortes, Vicente Bulto and Andrés Fernández. Without being destroyed.
Events: The match, which corresponds to the 33rd day of the normal stage of the Endesa Basketball League, was played in front of 4,430 spectators at the Palacio de Deportes (WiZink Center) in Madrid.