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06.03.2004, 21:00h
06.03.2004, 21:00h
89-77
18 - 1230 - 1722 - 2319 - 25
18 - 1230 - 1722 - 2319 - 25
Venue: Nahariya |
Spectators: 2200 |
Referees: Antonio Gallo (ESP), Nikolaos Papadimitriou (GRE)

GAME REPORT


Strauss Iscar Nahariya 89 Ural Great 77

Israeli side Strauss Iscar Nahariya have been the offensive giants of the FEL this season leading all teams in scoring. In game 2 of their play-off series with Russian side Ural Great they showed that they can also play a little defense too, holding the Perm backcourt of Sergey Chikalkin and Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf to a combined 5 points and sending the series back to Russia for a deciding game.

Nahariya established themselves straight from the tip-off and quickly built a 6-point lead. While Chikalkin and Abdul-Rauf were misfiring, the Israeli side were constantly building their advantage which they held throughout the first half (48:29).

Ural Great opened the 3rd quarter with 4 points in a row, but any hopes of a comeback were quickly thwarted. Nahariya answered immediately and the gap reached as much as 22 points. It was clear that this was not going to be Ural Great’s night and a further game would be needed to determine the winner.

The 4th quarter turned into showtime for the Nahariya fans as Eric Campbell dazzled with a series of alley-oops.

Campbell was voted MVP and top scored for the home team with 24 points. Barak Peleg added 17 on 5/8 shooting from the field and 6/6 free throws.

Top performers

Accumulated statistics

47.7%

31/65
FG
M/A

47.1%

24/51

54.2%

26/48
FG2P
M/A

48.5%

16/33

29.4%

5/17
FG3P
M/A

44.4%

8/18

81.5%

22/27
FT
M/A

75.0%

21/28

34

14/20
RT
RO/RD

30

9/21

22

AS

16

14

TO

19

16

ST

5

0

BS

0

23

PF

23

89

Pts

77

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