LegaBasket Day 3 Recap

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Stefan Djordjevic

10/Oct/20 22:22


Cremona gave Virtus Bologna its first loss while Fortitudo Bologna got its first win this season against Trento

By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net

Virtus Bologna suffered a loss at home to Cremona while Fortitudo Bologna got a convincing win against Trento. A strong Zach LeDay performance Sunday led AX Armani Exchange Olimpia Milano to 3-0.

Virtus Bologna – Cremona 92-95

Giussepe Poeta and Daulton Hoomes banked 28 and 23 points respectively to lead Cremona past Virtus Bologna while Fabio Mian added 12.

Milos Teodosic was putting on an effort on the other side with 22 points in addition to Josh Adams‘ 16.

Fortitudo Bologna – Trento 93-70

Matteo Fantinelli scored 21 points for the victors followed by Pietro Aradori with 18 and Adrian Banks with 15 points.

For Trento, Luke Maye scored 17 and JaCorey Williams 13 points.

Virtus Roma – Dinamo Banco di Sardegna Sassari 72-92

Sassari got the job done in the Italian capital. Floor general Marco Spissu was the top scorer thanks to 19 points.

Tommaso Baldasso sinking five threes and posting 29 points went to waste for the hosts.

Allianz Trieste – AX Armani Exchange Olimpia Milano 65-87

Third win in as many domestic league games for Milan. A monster performance by Zach LeDay was the highlight. He registered 18 points and also pulled down 14 rebounds.

Milton Doyle scored 17 points in losing effort.

Reyer Venezia – Carpegna Prosciutto Pesaro 72-90

Pesaro got off the mark after two losses producing an upset. Marko Filipovity at 23 points and Frantz Massenat did the trick at Venice. Tyler Cain added an 11-point, 10-rebound double-double.

The home side failed to build on its strong start in spite of Stefano Tonut and his 17 points.

UnaHotels Reggio Emilia – Happy Casa Brindisi 76-80

A tight affair landed by Brindisi. Darius Thompson connected 8/9 two-pointers en route to the game-high 19 points. D’Angelo Harrison added 16 of his own.

Josh Bostic had 16 for the hosts.

De’ Longhi Treviso – Germani Brescia 87-94

A near-perfect shooting night for T.J. Cline launched his team to the road win. The 26-year-old big knocked in 5/5 twos and 3/3 threes, only missed one free throw for a team-high 20 points.

Well-experienced David Logan got five threes and 30 points but was not enough for the home side.

Openjobmetis Varese – Acqua S.Bernardo Cantu 80-90

The last Round 4 road win went to Cantu mainly thanks to a 14-2 spurt to start the fourth quarter. Bradley alum Donte Thomas was the difference-maker sporting a 21-point, 12-rebound double-double.

Veteran Luis Scola poured a game-high 29 points for Varese.