Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (EFE) – Lenovo Tenerife avenged their last Canarian derby defeat, this time embittering the Gran Canaria Basketball Club’s performance in front of its fans, which it overcame with a resounding 77-91.
The successes of Ivan Cruz in the paint (19 points) and Marcelinho Huertas in attack (16 more and 5 assists) dismantled the yellow team, which found solace only in the wealth of Jovan Kljajic (17 points) and Khalifa Diop (15).
The match began more than equal: Abromaitis scored a goal from the perimeter in favor of the guests, and Klyaich appeared who surprised with interceptions, layups and rebounds in Comanche territory.
With 9-9 on the scoreboard, Lenovo requested a timeout to stop the Claretian madness, which seemed to be accomplished with the arrival of Ivan Cruz and Aaron Dornekamp, who deactivated the momentum of Albisis, Benite, and co. 23).
In the second quarter, both teams played more close quarters, with Khalifa Diop in the yellow row and Diagné in Tenerife taking center stage. However, the Tenerife team even managed to extend the distance by breaking the 10-point barrier less than five minutes before the break (23-34).
Gran Canaria seemed to react, with an inspired Klyajic both on the perimeter and on the counterattacks, but it turned out to be a mere mirage. Saline and Cruz once again pulled the strings on Lenovo, finishing the first half with an eloquent score of 32-46.
After a break, the stripes in the yellow attack went to Diop, but this was not enough against Tenerife’s external battery, which continued to hit continuously. With each basket of two or checkmate from Khalifa, Vidorreta’s team responded with a new trio (51-71).
With income already in excess of twenty (55-79), the Laguneros devoted themselves to managing the advantage, while Gran Canaria tried to hide the defeat, but to no avail.
With a final score of 77-91, Gran Canaria form the Liga Endes with a pre-season balance of two wins and four losses, while Lenovo play their last friendly match on September 25 against Carplus Fuenlabrada after two wins and one loss in this preparation period. .
77. CB Gran Canaria (19+13+23+22): Bassas (5), Kljajic (17), Shurna (5), Diop (15) and Salvo (7) -main team-; Albisi (3), Brussino (5), Inglis (9), Benite (7), de la Torre (2), Mutaf (-), Echeguren (-) and Stevic (2).
Coach: Yaka Lakovic.
91. Lenovo Tenerife (23+23+33+12): Huertas (16), Salin (5), Abromaitis (16), Cook (5) and Diane (2) -initial quintet-; Fitipaldo (2), Rodriguez (-), Doornekamp (10), Cruz (19), Sastre (2), Fernandez (14) and Risciotti (-).
Coach: Txus Vidorreta.
Referees: Francisco Arana, Alfonso Olivares and Hector Baez. Without liquidation.
Incidents: Presentation of the 2022-23 season of CB Gran Canaria in front of its fans, played at the Gran Canaria Arena in front of approximately 2236 spectators. EFE
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