Gran Canaria bounced back from their narrow loss on the road in Croatia and trampled all over a shell-shocked KK Zagreb as they completed a 96-60 victory to punch their ticket for the Eurocup regular season in comprehensive fashion.
KK Zagreb edged Gran Canaria 71-69 in the first leg of the Eurocup Qualifying Round on Wednesday in Croatia.
KK Zagreb were powered to the win by Mario Kasun's game-high 17 points and 6 rebounds. Luka Zoric scored 16 points and pulled in 12 rebounds, while Gregory Renfroe added 11 points.
Gran Canaria 2014 would like nothing more than to follow the example set by fellow Spanish side Power Electronics Valencia last year in the Eurocup.
Telekom Baskets Bonn fans who were worried about the player exodus this summer have been boosted by the news that Alex King is to remain with the team for their EuroChallenge campaign this season.
Artus Kolodziejski and Johannes Strasser have both left for Munich and Artland respectively, and King had been expected to go too.
GRAN CANARIA 2014
|Centro Insular de Deportes|
Avda. Alcacde Ramirez Bethencourt, 35003 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, ESP
Tel: +34 (928) 21 95 60
Fax: +34 (928) 33 22 75
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Cordoba 31A, 35016 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, ESP
Tel: +34 (928) 33 34 30
Fax: +34 (928) 38 22 75
Cordoba 31 A, 35016 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, ESP
+34 (928) 33 34 30
+34 (928) 33 75 52
President: Agustin Medina Santana
General Manager: Himar Ojeda Perez