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SUDCLUBS - Sport Club is the Champion
5/30/2014


Gustavo Lima team took the title in the end of the game after a double at the buzzer of Tatiane Nascimento exceeded, 83-82, over La Estancia de Colombia. Sandora Irvin stood out with 15 points and 14 rebounds and Adriana Pinto scored 27 points.

An attractive game from the start between two teams, that displayed high level throughout the tournament. Sport Club quickly escaped 5-0 in the first two minutes of the match.

La Estancia tied the game at 7 and came forward on the next play, but the Brazilian team regained the lead in their favor, led in attack by Adriana Pinto the team went up 14-11.

Erika Valek and Yaneth Arias with the scoring led the Colombian team to take five points of favorable difference (22-17) with less than a minute to play.

The party was a net dominator. It was an even match between two teams of the same level and was known for having face on the opening day of the contest.

Sport Club from the hand of Tatiane Nascimento and Pinto could come forward in the first 29-26 minutes of the second quarter. They managed to escape to 5 points (33-28).

Again came La Estancia experience with handling the ball passed Valek managed to win in the end of the fourth long break and go to win 43-40.

La Estancia entered the game better after the long break. Sport Club filed the lead to two points (46-44) in the first minute of play, but quickly began to move away Colombian on the board.

Yaneth Arias almost completely stole the limelight of the game. The captain of her team was their main weapon in attack Tathiana Mosquera as slope, becoming owner of game in the vicinity of both rings.

They entered the long break with the Colombian up, 68-61 victory. Nervousness gripped La Estancia could not reach the goal and that profited Sport Club that in two minutes set a 5-0 run and got a possession (68-66).

Led by Taina Paixao, Sport Club could come forward 71-70 half-way through the quarter; the young guard scored five consecutive points. A triple dash by Nascimento achieved in 78 with two minutes left.

A double by Mosquera gave them the advantage, but Sport Club answered from the free throw line got through the front 81-80 in the final minute. The Brazilian consumed the time to throw and the ball went to the Colombian with 15 seconds, Valek scored and Sport Club with less than two seconds to go scored from the hand of Nascimento and took the title, 83-82.



Federico Radulovich / FIBA Americas

 


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