Andrés Feliz Scored 15 Goals.joventut Lost To Real Madrid

Andrés Feliz Scored 15 Goals.Joventut Lost To Real Madrid

Real Madrid won the second leg 90-73 against Joventut Badalona in the Endesa League semi-finals, sluggish for just a few minutes before the break, then balanced out with a solvent version that revitalized after the break. .

Gershon Jabusele led the White team at the start of the match, scoring the first seven goals by hanging over the rim from the free-throw line and hitting from the perimeter. With no reaction from his rivals until the end, Vives had nothing to eat in the attacking section and broke his first streak at three and a half minutes.

The witness to Yabusele’s departure was Nigel Williams-Goss, who scored two baskets in a row to make it 11-2 and forced the visiting team into its first timeout. This suited them well, as they were one step away with a 0-7 run off the bench. But I could see them in the rear-view mirror and thanks to the momentum of Walter Tavares and again Yabusele, Real Madrid picked up speed again and hung in the whoops without regret (22-14, 10 minutes). ).


It wasn’t enough to destabilize Joel Parra, but he opened Act 2 with a triple, reaching 11 of his team’s total of 17 points. From there, failures were repeated several times, and the time of back and forth continued with points being replaced.

Joventut was already at full capacity when the host wanted to wake up from its lethargy. The 2-16, carved by the inspiration of Dominican Andrés Feliz, completely changed the panorama and helped the Catalan side to score another four at half-time (36-40).

The break was the impetus for Real Madrid to fine-tune the details and help Hanga play out with a 10-2 lead. ‘Peña’ reacted to that impact and the one that followed, helping to close the gap to Chas Mateo’s side, with the help of Henry Ellerson’s valuable combination and an 11-point streak (63-59, 30 seconds). spread out and threatened again. 30).

In such a even game, maintaining a small income was key. And the local team went for it with a solid defense at dawn in the final quarter. That detail helped him leave 10, but it was the amount of confidence he needed not to be surprised.

The rest was to maintain the intensity against an opponent never to be found, even though Tomic made a last-ditch effort inside the paint. Thus, the crosswalk continues evenly all the way to Badalona, ​​where Carles Durán’s team will be looking for a second straight win to advance to the final for the title.

Ferris finished the game with 15 points.

– data sheet:

90 – Real Madrid (22+14+27+27): William Goss (6), Hanga (6), Tavares (11), Yabusele (27), Moussa (5) -starters 5-, Cosour (-) , Rudy Fernandez (6), Hesonha (15), Sergio Rodriguez (6), Poirier (6), Llull (2).

73 – Joventut (14+26+19+14): Guy (5), Brodzhanski (-), Vives (2), Parra (13), Tomic (12) -starters 5-, Busquets (6), Ellenson (17) ), Happy (15), Bill Gander (3).

Referees: Daniel Jerezuelo, Benjamín Jiménez, Andrés Fernández.Eliminated Ante Tomich from Joventut de Badalona

Incident: The second match of the semi-finals of the Endesa League was played in front of a crowd of 9,468 at the Palacio de los Deportes (WiZink Center) in Madrid.

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