Bonn Crush Armia, Qualify For Last 16

14. Robert Vaden (Telekom Baskets)
Robert Vaden led Telekom Baskets with 21 points as all players scored against overwhelmed Armia

Telekom Baskets Bonn put on an offensive clinic as they topped Armia 102-77 to book their place in last 16 of the EuroChallenge with victory in their final Group H game.

Robert Vaden poured in 21 points to lead four Bonn players scoring in double figures as they shot 40-of-70 (57.1%) from the field, including 13-of-24 (54.2%) from three-point range to reach triple figures for the first time in the Regular Season.

The teams had been locked together for most of the first quarter, but a 6-0 burst gave Bonn a 30-22 edge on Kyle Weems' three-point play and then a run of eight unanswered points had them 40-28 up when Chris Ensminger made a lay-up with 4:16 left in the half.

Benas Veikalas nailed a three-pointer to end the first half, making it 53-38, and the gap soon moved past 20 as they continued to pile on the pressure early in the third period.

Jared Jordan hit a three and Patrick Ewing Jr followed it with a dunk to make it 63-42 and after Weems scored the final two baskets of the period, Bonn's win was looking secure with a 78-53 advantage.

David McCray gave them their biggest lead, 92-65, with a driving lay-up with 5:19 left and Weems hit a three-pointer 65 seconds from time to move them into triple figures with a 101-77 advantage.

Weems finished with 16 points for Bonn, while McCray added 14 and Jonas Wohlfarth-Bottermann had 12.

Lasha Parghalava had 20 points for Armia while Lamayn Wilson added 13 and Giorgi Sharabidze had 11.

The win lifts Bonn to 4-2 while Armia finish Group H play winless.


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