Marek Meyer in Defense Photo: FIBA
Represented by Latvian basketball player Marek Meyer, Perm “Parma” on Wednesday won the third game of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) European Cup, with the Latvian scoring four points. The Perm unit at home beat Hertogenbosch’s “Heroes” with a score of 67:52 (17: 7, 20; 18, 10:16, 20:11).
The dairy had 24 minutes and 38 seconds to score, scoring four points. He also won one rebound, gave one assists, intercepted one opponent’s pass, made one mistake, blocked one opponent’s throw, earned one note and finished the game with a +/- score of +11 and an efficiency ratio of four.
Jeremy Hill scored 16 points in the home team, but Ads Juškevičs added 15 points. Artjoms Parahovskis stood out with nine points and 17 rebounds. Michael Kaz Carlson scored 18 points for Heroes.
Meyer, who represented Meyer, has won two victories in the European Cup in the first place in the group, and will play the next game at home against Benfica in Lisbon on November 11. In the FIBA European Cup, 32 teams are divided into eight subgroups of four units each. After one round of the tournament, the two best teams in each group will reach the second stage.
The FIBA European Cup is the fourth level tournament in the Old Continent