Successful European Cup dress rehearsal: BBL – Chemnitz dominates bottom team Tübingen

As of: April 13, 2024 9:24 p.m

The Niners Chemnitz confidently fulfill their duty and give BBL bottom team Tübingen no chance. The Pastore team is conserving its energy and regaining its self-confidence for the upcoming first leg in the European Cup final.

The Niners Chemnitz remain on the heels of Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich and also celebrated a successful dress rehearsal for their upcoming finals in the FIBA ​​Europe Cup. Head coach Rodrigo Pastore’s team ultimately won at home on Saturday evening (April 13th) with 113:82 (52:41) against league finalist Walter Tigers Tübingen. Since the win quotient decides the placement in the BBL, the Saxons are just behind the Munich team (22:4/84.6 percent) despite currently having 23 wins (five defeats) with 82.1 percent.

Results & table: BBL, season 23/24 arrow right

Six people from Chemnitz scored in double figures

In front of 4,306 spectators in the Chemnitz exhibition hall, Kevin Yebo once again became the most important factor for the hosts. In just under 19 minutes on the floor, the center contributed 23 points, six rebounds, three assists and three steals to the sixth win in the last seven games. In addition to Yebo, five other Chemnitz players scored double figures: Wesley van Beck (20), Kaza Kajami-Keane (18), Jeff Garrett (16), Deandre Lansdowne (15) and Aher Uguak (12).

Next Wednesday (April 17th, 7 p.m., in Sport im Osten live stream and ticker), Chemnitz will play the first of two finals for the first title in the club’s history in front of their home crowd. It’s against Bahcesehir Istanbul. In Europe’s fourth most important club competition, the Niners can become the third German winner after the Mitteldeutscher BC (2004) and the Frankfurt Skyliners (2016).



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *