Alba dominates late

Master Alba Berlin remains at the top places. The team from the capital prevailed after a strong final section with 82:70 (38:40) at S.Oliver Würzburg and drove the seventh outward victory into series. The Berliners are sixth, but still have games to catch up. For Würzburg it put the tenth defeat successively. The Würzburger had developed a 40: 38 guideway at half-time through advantages in a basket. Even after the third round, the hosts claimed a tight advantage. But by a 10-0 run beginning of the fourth quarter, the Berliner turned the game, with 32:15 the guests dominated the final section. Basketball international Johannes Thiemann met two minutes before playing the decisive threesome at the expiration of the Wurfuhr to 74:66.

Bonn sets off with 19: 4 run

The EWE BASKETS OLDENBURG remain continued under its new head coach Alen Abaz further: With 65:89 (34:38), the Lower Saxony at home against Telekom Baskets Bonn moved to the shorter. It was the third defeat under ABaz as well as the eighth defeat in series. With this, Oldenburg remains a table. The guests ended the third quarter with a 19: 4 run and sat down at 63:48 in front of the final section. Bonn’s playmaker Parker Jackson-Cartwright confirmed with 25 points his last strong shape.


S.Oliver Würzburg – Alba Berlin 70:82 (17: 20:23: 18:15: 12.15: 32)

Points S.Oliver Würzburg: MOLLER 17, HUNT 15, Rodriguez 12, Bohemian 8, Parodi 7, Hoffmann 6, King 3, Stanic 2
Alba Berlin: Zoosman 14, Olinde 11, Sheet 8, Koumadje 8, Smith 8, Thiemann 7, Da Silva 6, Delow 6, Lammers 6, Mattisseck 4, Lo 2, Schneider 2
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EWE BASKETS OLDENBURG – TELEKOM BASKETS Bonn 65:89 (11: 17:23: 21,14: 25,17: 26)

Points EWE Baskets Oldenburg: Clark 11, Heidegger 11, Odiase 10, Paulding 10, Pjanic 8, Hundt 6, Michalak 4, Pressey 3, Breunig 2
Telekom Baskets Bonn: Jackson-Cartwright 25, Gorham 16, Hawkins 16, Kessens 10, Tadda 9, Ward 7, Kulvietis 6
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