UCAM Murcia, pure frenzy

Hereda San Pablo Burgos could not win at the premiere of Salva Maldonado as coach of the Burgos team in the Coliseum before a UCAM Murcia that was superior at all times, especially in the scoring success (84-102).

Thad McFadden It was a problem for Maldonado’s team, who couldn’t stop him, and the Georgian guard finished the match with 29 points and 9 of 13 on shots of three.

The inside game of UCAM Murcia did a lot of damage with Dejan Kravic on the track in the first minutes, especially Augusto Lima, forcing Salva Maldonado to take over from the pivot position with Julian Gamble to try to close the gap (13-14).

It was then that the one who took the reins of the party was Thad McFadden, who was rediscovering his old hobby precisely in the way he liked so much in the Burgos stands, with 5/6 in triples, although those of Maldonado, far from collapsing, had Gamble, who kept them with 12 points in a quarter.

The lack of scoring of the Burgos club conditioned the second quarter as they spent almost 6 minutes without seeing the hoop and, although they managed to turn around, to catch the game, another partial of 3-11 to close the quarter left the marker decanted on the Murcian side.

Sito Alonso’s men came out to close the game with a 0-9 run that was only a reflection of what was going to be a quarter with a Murcia scoring rate above normal, while San Pablo was hardly confident in attack and with many doubts in defense.

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The script didn’t change much, those of Sito Alonso were more and more while San Pablo did not lower his arms at any time despite the fact that his rival was superior in many of the game, especially in rebounding and accuracy.

With your head already on Turkey, Salva Maldonado gave the less common players a chance, Sito Alonso thought the same, closing the meeting.

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