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Iberostar Tenerife crushed Obradoiro at home for another round of the Spanish ACB League. Bruno Fitipaldo’s team remains as an escort for the leader Real Madrid.

By the 13th date of the Endesa League, the faces Iberostar Tenerife and Monbus Obradoiro were seen. The former came as escorts for leader Real Madrid, with a 10-1 record, while their rival was in eleventh position, showing a 5-6 record. Those led by Txus Vidorreta took the field with Bruno Fitipaldo, Sasu Salin, Aaron Doornekamp, ​​Tyler Cavanaugh and the Georgian Giorgi Shermadini. For their part, those led by Moncho Fernández began with José Pozas, Kassius Robertson, Chris Czerapowicz, Jake Cohen and the Lithuanian Laurynas Birutis.

The match played at the Santiago Martín Sports Pavilion presented a balanced start, in which both teams tried to capture their main offensive attributes in the rectangle. The local cast hurt with the penetrations of Bruno Fitipaldo and the long throws of Sasu Salin, while the visiting team had an inspired Chris Czerapowicz, who sent to save the first two triples he launched. In the second period, with a good contribution from their team of interns made up of Tyler Cavanaugh and Giorgi Shermadini, those from the island managed to open a double-digit advantage.

At the beginning of the complement, the owner of the house was in front of the electronic by 55 to 38, which gave him the possibility of facing the second half with great tranquility. Those led by Txus Vidorreta left the dressing room determined to quickly sentence the game. With a great job by Marcelinho Huertas and Spencer Butterfield, the Canaries placed a partial of 32-18 in the third period, which buried any type of reaction attempt by those led by Moncho Fernández. The last ten minutes were to spare and only served for both coaches to give their main figures a rest. Finally, Iberostar Tenerife was left with the victory 107-62 and remains in the second position of the Spanish ACB League with a record of 11-1.

The winner was the performance of captain Giorgi Shermadini, who scored 18 points and captured 6 rebounds, seconded by Sasu Salin with 15 points (5/6 triples). On the loser’s side, Steven Enoch finished as the scorer with 15 points.

Uruguayan point guard Bruno Fitipaldo spent 19:45 minutes on the court, in which he contributed 8 points (0/3 triples and 4/6 doubles), 1 rebound, 5 assists, 1 steal and 3 fouls received, for a total rating of 6 .

The next commitment for the Uruguayan team’s base will be in a week, when he has to face his former team, San Pablo Burgos.

Photo: Emilio Cobos

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