The choral game of Breogán and the Pazo slow down Fuenlabrada

The choral game of the Breogán River, with Dzanan Musa (MVP once again with 25 points and 39 valuation) and company, and the power of the Pazo dos Deportes de Lugo stopped Urbas Fuenlabrada (97-89), who appeared in that scenario with three consecutive victories that he could not give continuity to. The people of Lugo dream of the Copa del Rey and the match against Madrid confirms them as contenders. They added the eighth win against Fuenlabrada who was very much alive until in the last quarter he ran out of options. Canadian Kyle Alexander (22 points, 7 rebounds, 4 blocks, PIR of 39) had helped sustain Madrid, but Breogán accelerated and took the game.

The Madrid team started the game with a triple by Cheatham and in his sauce, imposing a high rhythm that led him to reach half a dozen points at six minutes (8-14). Impulse attacks followed, with little reading of the game, and the locals managed to get ahead for the first time in the last minute of the first quarter, which ended with a draw (20-20).

With Musa on the field, Breogán took over the game and opened the gap (31-23, m.14) with a partial of 11-3. Action and reaction. After a time-out by Josep María Raventós and a 0-12, the Fuenlabrada team was four up (31-35, m.17) before a new local response with a triple by Cruz and a feint with a basket by Sollazo ( 36-35, m.18). Breogán won the second quarter by a point in a final sprint in which Bell-Haynes’ free throws countered them, with five seconds to play, Samar (42-41).

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Fuenlabrada started the second period strong with a 4-0 (42-45, m.21) and an exchange of baskets that in theory benefited the visitors, to whom a problem arose: Eyenga reached four fouls at 26 minutes . Alexander’s blocks were not enough to stop Musa and the triplists appeared: the Bosnian player himself, Cheatham, Lukovic and Meindi, consecutively (57-60, m.27). Both teams saw the rim easily on that stretch. Kalinoski and Ristic also came to the 6.75 line with the score adjusted (64-65, m.29). The give and take of the third quarter ended with Madrid in front (66-69) and that script was maintained when the last ten minutes began: Juan Fernández performed at a good level against the fouls accumulated by Eyenga and Meindi and Samar’s reading was successful.

Breogán held back and held on to the game. From 70-75 (m.33) he came to dominate the scoreboard again (76-75, m.34). It was a key, decisive moment. Paco Olmos’s team defended well, Musa scored from a distance and the choral game emerged, with many tricks (Mahalbasic, Kalinoski, Bell-Haynes,
Musa) and the difficult mission for Fuenlabrada to contain them. Not even a time-out by Raventós stopped the people from Lugo. After the celestial ones went up nine (90-81, m.38), the last moments were relatively calm for them. They extended the lead to thirteen points (96-83, m.39) and, although Samar and Milosavljevic came to lower it to seven (96-89), the locals were able to celebrate their eighth victory (97-89) in a week in which they will host Joventut on Thursday in a postponed match of the eleventh day.

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