Cancel
06.10.2010, 20:30h
06.10.2010, 20:30h
84-63
22 - 621 - 1619 - 1822 - 23
22 - 621 - 1619 - 1822 - 23
Venue: Treviso (ITA) |
Spectators: 1525 |
Referees: Vicente Bulto (ESP), Eric Bertrand (SUI), Tomislav Vovk (CRO)

GAME REPORT


Apoel No Match For Benetton

Benetton Basket Bwin secured back to back blowouts of short-handed Apoel to march into the Eurocup regular season on a high after romping to an 84-63 success in Treviso.

The result was never in doubt after the young guns in the home side carried on where they left off in the first game in Cyprus.

They dominated the opening period 22-6 and continued their work into the second quarter when they held the visitors to 16 points meaning it was 43-22 and pretty much all over heading off the floor at the midway point.

Apoel competed with more gusto after the break although that might have been due to the Italians taking their foot off the gas slightly.

Either way, it meant the away team were able to at least show some of their worth as they took the last quarter 23-22.

Twenty-year-old Polish forward Jakub Wojciechowski excelled for Benetton by claiming a near double-double of 16 points and 9 rebounds in 26 minutes while for Apoel it was a night to forget numbers-wise.

Although Charron Fisher can at least claim his status as top scorer in the game after pouring in 25 points for the Cypriot team.


Top performers

Accumulated statistics

50.0%

33/66
FG
M/A

44.9%

22/49

55.3%

26/47
FG2P
M/A

62.5%

20/32

36.8%

7/19
FG3P
M/A

11.8%

2/17

84.6%

11/13
FT
M/A

70.8%

17/24

43

14/29
RT
RO/RD

25

5/20

15

AS

4

19

TO

21

11

ST

12

1

BS

1

25

PF

17

84

Pts

63

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