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Group:  C | 23.11.2005, 20:30h
Group:  C | 23.11.2005, 20:30h
99-72
31 - 1924 - 1814 - 1630 - 19
31 - 1924 - 1814 - 1630 - 19
Venue: Cucciago (ITA) |
Spectators: 1000 |
Referees: Xavier Amoros (ESP), Xavier Amoros (ESP), Markus Hesse (GER), Karel Kraaijeveld (NED)

GAME REPORT


Cantu back to winning ways

Nicolas Mazzarino poured in 24 points as Vertical Vision Cantu showed signs of life in the EuroCup with a 99-72 triumph over Dexia Mons-Hainaut.

Cantu, who had not won since the opening week against Nancy, started strong on Wednesday night. They led 31-19 by the end of the first quarter, and then stamped their authority on the clash over the next 10 minutes to hold a commanding 55-37 advantage.

Kebu Stewart (Pallacanestro Cantu)
Kebu Stewart
The Belgians, who could have clinched a place in Round II with a win, tried to fight back but to no avail.

Mazzarino was 10 of 14 from the floor and four of seven from three-point range.

Kebu Stewart had 16 points and nine rebounds in the victory.

BC Siauliai and Dexia are top of Group C with three wins and two defeats, while Nancy and Cantu are right behind them with 2-3 marks.

Two places from the group for Round II are still up for grabs. Cantu host Lithuanias Siauliai in their final game next week while Dexia host Nancy.

Top performers

Accumulated statistics

60.0%

33/55
FG
M/A

55.6%

30/54

74.2%

23/31
FG2P
M/A

60.0%

24/40

41.7%

10/24
FG3P
M/A

42.9%

6/14

76.7%

23/30
FT
M/A

60.0%

6/10

25

9/16
RT
RO/RD

26

13/13

20

AS

20

14

TO

15

10

ST

9

0

BS

0

17

PF

25

99

Pts

72

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