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Basketball Serie A: Sassari takes the stage, Virtus Bologna sinks in Sardinia

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Basketball Serie A: Sassari takes the stage, Virtus Bologna sinks in Sardinia

Sassari, May 6, 2022 – Il Banco di Sardegna overwhelms the Virtus Segafredo Bologna in the recovery of the twentieth day by winning 108-73 in the challenge of Palaserradimigni and ending the streak of fifteen consecutive victories of the Italian Champions. Six men in double figures to house training with Kruslin top scorer thanks to 31 points followed by 23 of Bendzius; on the other side it is Mannion the best scorer with 21 points entered on the scoresheet. With this success the Dinamo reaches thirty-two points in the standings on an equal footing with Tortona and on Sunday he will have the opportunity to aim for fifth place in the event of a defeat of the Piedmontese.

The balance lasts only in the first period of the match at Palaserradimigni

On the island’s parquet it is the hosts who have a better start thanks to the 8-0 signed by the rebound in attack by Burnell canceled in a few moments by the virtussino counterbreak closed by Sampson confirming a first quarter in the name of balance. Tessitori signs the +1 (20-21) before the shoulder of the Banco di Sardegna which escapes up to + 12 (35-23) with the energy of Diop under the scoreboards and triples of Logan, Treier e Stefano Gentile. The inertia is all in favor of Sassari with the Virtus which pays for the nervousness, especially that of Teodosic victim of a sprained ankle two minutes from half-time, and the wet powders in the attack as well as the problems of fouls Mannion and Jaiteh. At the resumption of hostilities in the field there is only one team to take the stage and it is the Banco di Sardegna that snatches the applause of the audience present and makes the gap with the Bolognese already certain of first place in the standings even more clear with only forty minutes to play in the regular season that will close on Sunday.

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