Casademont Zaragoza achieves mathematical salvation

He Casa Demont Zaragozawith their 87-77 victory over the youthachieved salvation mathematically this Saturday and aggravated the crisis of the Badalona team that adds its third consecutive defeat in the League, and fourth counting the Eurocup semifinal.

The Aragonese team certified with the victory what was already a fact, although in a virtual way, for some days while their rival takes a step back in their aspirations of reaching sixth place and securing seventh place with three games to go. the conclusion of the regular League because the victory in Aragonese terrain would have supposed the ‘Penya’ to get that seventh position mathematically.

The Aragonese team once again demonstrated that at home they grow against the teams from the top of the table, as demonstrated by the fact that they have defeated Real Madrid, Barça, Valencia, Gran Canaria and Joventut in the Príncipe Felipe pavilion, in the absence of Lenovo Tenerife visited him, among the top eight in the ranking.

With the peace of mind of having certified salvation before this day, although not in a mathematical way, Porfirio Fisac’s team plays without the weight of winning by obligation and with the aim of improving their classification and entertaining their fans to compensate them for the suffering that they have been put through during most of the season, something that is noticeable on the parquet.

The Aragonese team took advantage of the bad start of their opponent, who missed their first four attacks, to open a small gap on the scoreboard of up to seven points (7-0) in just two minutes.

However, the Catalan team recovered little by little and with the entry of the second unit and with the scoring contribution of up to six players, with 13 of the 17 points achieved by the men on the bench, they managed to recover ground and even get ahead ephemerally to finish the first ten minutes tightly (19-17).

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The second set began with a handy set in which there was hardly any development in the game against a more choral opponent, although midway through it Porfirio Fisac’s men moved the ball more and that allowed them more comfortable shooting positions.

The dominance in the visiting rebound, with up to eight offensive sacks, gave second chances to the ‘Penya’ although the numerous losses compensated for that dominance.

On the other hand, the success of the hand reached the point of opening a gap on the scoreboard to reach the maximum of the game up to that moment, 14 points (43-29), just with a basket in the last second by Triggvi Hlinason.

The team from Zaragoza was still in a state of grace and after the return from the locker room it reached 16 rental points, at which point it closed the energy tap and relaxed. This allowed Carles Durán’s team to take a breather and with a 4-14 run, and with Ante Tomic pulling the car, get back into the game (55-51) in the 28th minute.

Fisac’s timeout at that moment returned the ‘rojillo’ team to the previous path and Casademont Zaragoza stretched the difference to eleven points (62-51) to enter the final quarter.

The speed in the game between Zaragozans and Badalones meant that at times the game became a run-of-the-mill with the difference going up and down rapidly between 11 and 14 or 15 points until a green-black partial of 5-14 in three minutes with 1:08 remaining they pressed the electronic (82-75), although Casademont Zaragoza was successful in the free throws after their rival’s fouls to end up adding the victory calmly.

SUMMARY

87 – Casademont Zaragoza (19+24+19+25): Wright (9), Sant-Roos (8), Yusta (21), Simanic (21), Hlinason (9) -starting five- Jessup (3), Mekowulu (7), Jovic (9) and Cruz (-).

77 – Youth (17+12+22+24): Vives (13), Guy (2), Parra (10), Birgander (-), Brodziansky (-) -starting five- Kraag (11), Ellenson (12), Ventura (3), Feliz (10) and Tomic ( 16).

Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo, Luis Miguel Castillo and Andrés Fernández. No excluded.

Incidents: match corresponding to day 31 of the League played in the Príncipe Felipe pavilion in Zaragoza before 5,861 spectators.

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