Basketball UdeC said goodbye to Liga de las Americas in the quarter-finals after losing a dramatic 88-86 in Key’s second duel against the mighty Flamengo.
Basketball UdeC said goodbye to La Liga de las Americas in tonight’s quarter-finals after losing a dramatic 88-86 in Key’s second duel against the mighty Flamengo.
In the Best of Three Duel series, the Brazilian team also won the first showdown at Casa del Deporte Penquista by a wide margin of 94-62, leaving them irrevocably 2-0.
Well, in the Maracanadinho, the Chilean team came out with a completely different character than their first match. He squeezed each of the red and black exits, making a long passage of local, rope-to-rope duels with a solid aggressive game.
Basket UdeC won 44-32 after the first two quarters. However, the national crisis comes in the latter half of the second half.
Flamengo came back in agony as they reached the final quarter at 58-68. With one second to go before the buzzer sounded, Rio de Janeiro’s players made the key basket to close out the series with a win.
Despite saying goodbye to the University of Concepcion, the Chileans made historic progress to the round of the best eight on the continent.
The best visitor was Jerry Evans Jr., who had 23 points, 6 rebounds and 1 assist.
For ‘Fla’, on the other hand, the best player was Argentina’s Martín Cuello with 15 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.
A basket defined or played, not literally the last second #BCLA America
Flamengo 88×86 UDEC pic.twitter.com/NZwck5L31F
– Fim de Jogo (@fimdejogo) March 10, 2023
É GAME WINNER What do you want? we are afraid! 🏀
Gabriel Jau scored a rebound in the race, and Brigot scored two points, but suffered from a lack of clockwork to classify or classify. #FlaBasquete Towards the next phase of BCLA. Haeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, crack! 💪#NationBRB #DNARubroblack pic.twitter.com/oRPg6oEO3e
— Time Flamengo (@TimeFlamengo) March 10, 2023