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Group:  D | 29.11.2005, 19:00h
Group:  D | 29.11.2005, 19:00h
78-81
12 - 1524 - 2420 - 1522 - 27
12 - 1524 - 2420 - 1522 - 27
Venue: Gmunden (AUT) |
Referees: Sreten Radovic (CRO), Panagiotis Anastopoulos (GRE), David Collings (IRL)

GAME REPORT


Late Show Sees Nymburk Edge Basket Swans

Radoslav Rancik had 22 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter, to fire Nymburk into Round II of the EuroCup on a winning note at the expense off Basket Swans Gmunden.

With the pressure already off for the Czech team following BC Khimki's triumph over Ironi Iscar Nahariya, a triumph which secured a place in the next phase of the competition for Nymburk, the visitors still fought valiantly against a team determined to win for the first time and prevailed 81-78.

Basket Swans had grabbed a 73-72 advantage with two minutes and 34 seconds remaining on a Gary Buchanan three-pointer, but Maurice Whitfield and Rancik hit the next two baskets to put Nymburk in front for good.

After Whitfield's lay-up, Deteri Mayes missed from the arc and Rancik rebounded before going to the other end and scoring with a lay-up.

A pair of Angelo Flanders free throws with 46 seconds to play gave the Austrian team hope, but forward Charles Mandic buried a three-pointer for Nymburk with 22 seconds to play for a 79-75 lead and the visitors held on.

Top performers

Accumulated statistics

50.9%

27/53
FG
M/A

49.2%

30/61

50.0%

18/36
FG2P
M/A

50.0%

24/48

52.9%

9/17
FG3P
M/A

46.2%

6/13

65.2%

15/23
FT
M/A

62.5%

15/24

33

8/25
RT
RO/RD

26

8/18

15

AS

14

17

TO

5

0

ST

6

3

BS

2

24

PF

22

78

Pts

81

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Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, ESP
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Limassol, CYP
Köln, GER
Wroclaw, POL
Nancy, FRA
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