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ESL Madrid 3rd day of morning and afternoon games remain exciting! - Jun 27, 2013


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El Arroyo 88 - Loranca 85
What a way to start the second day of matches in the Eurobasket Summer League Madrid as both games were played to over-time this morning! At 10.30 hours Loranca and El Arroyo, both teams who lost yesterday afternoon came against their respective rivals and played a very tough match for which it was necessary to extend the time beyond the standard 40 minutes. The fight for the ball has been intense from the first minute, reflected in the contribution in rebounds and almost all the two templates (31-21 in the 1st quarter). As for notation, Loranca has reigned on the scoreboard during the first two quarters, watching Arroyo dangerously close to finishing on the break just three points apart (43-40). So the second part continued with Loranca still ahead, yet with the great performance of Alexis Elsener (194-G/F-88) (25 pts., 10 reb., 4 aces) and Evan Yates (198-F-90) (18 pts., 9 reb., 1 as). El Arroyo fought to force an extension as they represented the final victory (88-85), despite having gone down for 35 minutes. In the set of Loranca is necessary to highlight the performance Ashton Pitts (201-F) as he ended the match with 23 points and 13 rebounds.

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http://www.baloncestofuenlabrada.com/doc/fuenlaoe/12.pdf

La Serna 80 - La Avanzada 77
Without giving time to cool the floor, the team of La Serna, in which there are familiar faces from Fuenlabrada as Alvaro Muoz, Adrian Laso (204-F/C-90) and Moussa Diagne (210-C-94), and center of bila Jos Mara Gonzlez, has been released in the competition the Eurobasket Summer League Madrid La Avanzada facing at 12:30. Just from the start the game between these two teams had great chemistry and intense match. From the first quarter La Serna has had a slight advantage on the scoreboard (17-23) thanks to Laso points (7) and Moussa Diagne (6), which has been keeping it close (34-40 , 56-56) as was increasing the contribution of Senegalese center (a total of 16 pts and 12 rebounds). Although John DiBartolomeo (183-PG, agency: Duran International) had an unstoppable performance (30 pts., 5 reb., 4 aces.) Has complicated the final with a 67-67 tie at twenty-six seconds of the horn, after scoring two free throws that have certified the extension also this match. La Avanzada have not wasted their big opportunity to turn around the game although the vast defense has been carrying La Serna and has prevented them reach their goal, and followed behind on the scoreboard despite three at the buzzer that marked Dibartolomeo to leave the final score at 77-80 in favor o La Serna.

To view the official FIBA stats of this game click on link below:
http://www.baloncestofuenlabrada.com/doc/fuenlaoe/13.pdf

La Serna 95 - Loranca 64
The two games on Wednesday afternoon have led the greatest differences in score for the first time of the event. But this has only just begun. Just three hours after finishing his party this morning, La Serna is back to go public to face Loranca 17.30. Despite the short time of rest with which the group formed mostly by Spanish, La Serna has entered superiority on the track from minute one, and has managed to secure a commanding lead from the end of the first quarter (21-14) until the break (47-30). In the first half all players except La Serna Fabio Santana have made their contribution to the scoring with a calm game where he dominated the ball pass the previous study of the plays and have managed to maintain for forty minutes. The whole game has been dominated by La Serna as two of the top players for Loranca are out of game because of exhaustion, although it has yielded in effort and have been able to highlight the performances of three of its players like Matt Fogarty (203-SF-90, college: Rocky Mountain) (19 pts., 5 reb.) Has made possible a set in the third quarter at only one point difference (partial 19-18, 66-48 score), John Brandemburg (15 pts., 8 reb.), and Brandon Armstrong (185-G-90, college: Lincoln Memorial, agency: Wright Sports International) (16 pts., 4 aces., 3 reb.). The difference has increased in the last ten minutes to finish with a score of 95-64 in part thanks to the brilliant show of Moussa Diagne who has scored 11 points and six rebounds in the fourth quarter (total 20 pts., 10 reb. , 1 as.), plus good numbers also Adrian Laso (20 pts., 6 reb.) and Carl Ona-Embo (185-PG-89) (14 pts., 4 reb., 2 ace.).

To view the official FIBA stats of this game click on link below:
http://www.baloncestofuenlabrada.com/doc/fuenlaoe/14.pdf

La Avanzada 88 - El Naranjo 63
On the second day of competition, it becomes evident the teams that have achieved and take a team mentality, it is directly reflected in their attitude on the floor.
This has been seen in the first meeting this afternoon and the second, between the Advanced and El Naranjo. The match started very even and with a regular rhythm, probably partly a result of the physical but especially the growing ability of communication between players, not scoring extravaganza promised (12-17 late in the first quarter) but a desperate struggle for control of the meeting. During the first half both teams took turns taking controls sharing the lead in the two sets (12-17, 24-13) to reach the break with a 36-30 for La Avanzada. Naranjo, since in the next 20 minutes failed to move ahead, although the points contributed by Adam Pegg (206-C-89) (14) and Spencer Wells (11), and the distance between marker records was extended (61-46 end of third quarter). The team of La Avanzada are becoming more and more comfortable with each other and their reign in the game shared between all teammates of the picture.

To view the official FIBA stats of this game click on link below:
http://www.baloncestofuenlabrada.com/doc/fuenlaoe/15.pdf


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