No Mission Impossible As Khimik Win At Home

27 November 2007

Khimik proved on Tuesday there is no such thing as an insurmountable deficit by coming back from 22-point first-leg defeat to shock KK Igokea Partizan and advance to the EuroCup Qualifying Round.

Goran Cakic (Khimik)
Goran Cakic had 14 points for Khimik in their improbable win.
Seemingly destroyed 102-80 last week in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Khimik claimed a 99-69 home victory and they were spurred on by Sasa Bratic's game-high 24 points.

KK Igokea Partizan lost the tie in the first quarter.

They trailed 32-14 at the end of the opening quarter and the Ukraine outfit stretched the lead to 49-27 by half-time to leave the showdown level on aggregate.

Khimik then extended their advantage in the game by 10 points by game's end.

The hosts won the rebounding battle 38-24 and they also buried eight of 18 (44.4%) from behind the arc.

The winners were also impressive at the line, cashing in on 25 of their 30 attempts (83.3%) with Partizan a very respective 18 of 22 (81.8%) themselves.

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