BAXI Manresa fights but ends up falling against Obradoiro

Saturday 16 of November of 2019 at 20:32

The Manresa team battled a match, again, very even and that was not decided until the last minutes of play (79-85). The errors in the key moment of the confrontation condemned the group led by Pedro Martínez. Ryan Toolson with 25 points was the most scoring home player.

BAXI Manresa could not add the third victory of the season against Obradoiro. Equality was once again the tonic of the game, and it would not be until the final stretch that would opt for the Galician team. The lost balls and the precipitation in attack invaded the people of the country at the time of the truth, where the visitors were more successful and managed to manage their advantage. The little success from the 6.75 line (18%) was a ball for the bagencs.

The game started evenly, with the exchange of baskets. Obradoiro, very successful in this part, was benefitting and took advantage of Manresa's errors to achieve a 10-point lead. The entrance of Ferrari gave a new breath to BAXI Manresa, and thanks to the points of Frankie and Sakho, the bagencs shortened the distance in the marker to 7 points at the end of the first period.

The Galician team started the second quarter with the same inspiration that had escaped in the first half. The visitor difference was enlarged until 13 and Pedro Martínez stopped the showdown. The local reaction in attack came with 7 points from Magarity and 5 from Dulkys. Moncho Fernández's players crashed over against Manresa's defensive wall, and the balance, little by little, was balanced. Toolson tied the last minute before the break, twice, and scored a triple in the last second that allowed BAXI Manresa to go to the changing rooms a point over.

Toolson continued to hit the beginning of the second half of the game and scored 7 consecutive points. A basket plus the additional free kick of the debutant today, Luke Nelson, forced Moncho Fernandez to request time to prevent the Mexicans from escaping. The break came to an end and the Galician team managed to tie the light thanks to a 0-8 partial. With a move of 3 plus 1 and lack of sports, which would eventually end up with a triple, visitors turned the result and put 5 points up, enough to take the period.

With a 6 point disadvantage the final partial began. Ferrari in the painting, Toolson from the outside and Mitrovic at the free kick, agreed to put the tables back on the scoreboard. Equality would remain until 3 minutes to end, when the Obradoiro took advantage of the errors of BAXI Manresa to get back to escape from 6. Losses of the ball and the precipitation in the local attack, especially abuse from the triple, allowed the Galician team to manage the advantage to the end.

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