Cancel
14.01.2010, 18:00h
14.01.2010, 18:00h
77-58
20 - 1522 - 1212 - 1523 - 16
20 - 1522 - 1212 - 1523 - 16
Venue: Moscow (RUS) |
Spectators: 300 |
Referees: Fedor Dmitriev (BLR), Elif Inci (TUR)

COACH QUOTES


Quotes Dynamo Moscow vs. Sdent Sierre

Evgeniya Teplyashina, Sierre Basket point guard:
"Dynamo used their advantage in physical condition. The first game was very hard and may be it was a surprise for our opponents. Tonight we played not so good. May be it depended on the long trip to Moscow. Our flight was delayed in Geneva. But I think we forced Dynamo to respect us."

Erik Lehmann, Sierre Basket Head Coach:
"I think it was not good game for us. We didn't play well as a team, especially on defense side. We have to play with more discipline more concentration."

Sergey Schepotkin, Head Coach Dynamo Moscow:
"It was a very important game especially after the first leg Swiss team plays a tough basketball, unusual for us. But we could overcome opponents. Also I'm satisfied that our two young players had opportunity to play at the game."

Marina Kuzina,  Dynamo Moscow forward:
"Our  goal was to win that game. And we are satisfied that we achieved our goal. We were well prepared to the tough game. It was important victory for us as a team".

Accumulated statistics

44.8%

30/67
FG
M/A

35.7%

20/56

45.5%

25/55
FG2P
M/A

41.9%

13/31

41.7%

5/12
FG3P
M/A

28.0%

7/25

66.7%

12/18
FT
M/A

78.6%

11/14

41

14/27
RT
RO/RD

35

10/25

16

AS

7

18

TO

24

14

ST

9

4

BS

3

13

PF

19

77

Pts

58

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