Balanced Medias Hold Off Dijon In OT

06 November 2012
6. Slobodan Dundjerski (Gaz Metan Medias)
Slobodan Dundjerski did most of the damage for Gaz Metan Media, also rescuing them into overtime with his free throws

Slobodan Dundjerski scored 22 points, including the game-tying free throws with five seconds left in regulation, to lead Gaz Metan Medias to a 92-89 overtime victory at home over JDA Dijon in their Group D opener in the EuroChallenge.

Five Medias players scored in double figures including Deven Mitchell with 19 points and Michael St. John with 13 points. Dijon wasted a 32-point showing by Andre Harris while Terrance Campbell added 20 points in the loss.

Medias jumped out to a six-point lead in the first quarter with Mitchell and Titus Nicoara both scoring six points as the Romanian hosts led 20-15 after 10 minutes.

The gap increased to 24-15 and Metan's advantage was still 27-18 before Harris tallied seven points in a 12-4 surge to pull the guest side within 31-30. The hosts led 41-38 at the break.

Medias scored the first four points of the second half to open the lead back to seven points - 45-38 - before Campbell scored seven points in a 12-5 Dijon run to even the contest at 50-50. Metan were ahead 55-53 after three quarters.

A 6-0 Dijon run gave them the lead 71-70 and Jeremy Leloup's triple made it 79-74 for the French with one minute to play. But Dundjerski made two foul shots with five seconds remaining to force overtime. In the extra session, Medias used a late 6-0 run to secure the win.


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