Armani Milano – Maccabi Tel Aviv 90-98: The Israelis “went into debt” with a big “double”

Armani Milano – Maccabi Tel Aviv 90-98: The Israelis “went into debt” with a big “double”
Armani Milano – Maccabi Tel Aviv 90-98: The Israelis “went into debt” with a big “double”
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Maccabi Tel Aviv passed the home of Armani Milano with a postponed match for the 2the tournament of the Euroleague, was “depleted” of its competition obligations – after the postponement that was due to the war in Israel – and caught Olympiacos and two other teams in the standings of the competition, after five matches. The Italians are in the last places!

With Lorenzo Brown making a great appearance, Maccabi Tel Aviv beat Armani 98-90, in Milan, in a postponed match of the 2nd game of the Euroleague.

With this victory, the “people’s team” gave… a positive sign to their record (3-2), while on the other hand the Italian champions… sank to 1-4.

First scorer of Odet Katas’ Israeli team was Hasiel Rivero with 21 points, but Brown was the top scorer with 20 points. and 12 assists (tied his own relative career high) and decisive presence in the final minutes! From Ettore Messina’s team, Nikola Mirotic and Savon Shields stood out with 24 points. and 22p. respectively.

The quarters: 32-25, 52-50, 72-75, 90-98

ARMANI: Lo 6, Poithres 7, Pangos 4, Tonout 2, Meli 5, Ritchie, Hall, Shields 22, Mirotic 24, Hynes 2, Foingtman 18.

MACCABI: Cleveland 15, Webb 6, Brown 19, Menko, Sorkin, Di Bartolomeo, Rivero 22, Cohen 2, Nimbo 12, Blatt 4,. Colson 16

THE GRADING

Real 5-0

Barcelona 4-1

Virtus Bologna 4-1

Fenerbahce 4-1

Valencia 4-1

Monaco 3-2

Olympiacos 3-2

Zalgiris 3-2

Maccabi Tel Aviv 3-2

Panathinaikos 2-3

They were 2-3

Bayern 2-3

Anatolou Ephesus 2-3

Red Star 1-4

Armani Milano 1-4

Baskonia 1-4

Alba 1-4

Villeurbanne 0-5

The article is in Greek

Tags: Armani Milano Maccabi Tel Aviv Israelis debt big double

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