Karsiyaka and Burgos will play an entire season in just 40′ on the court of the «Trade Union Sport Palace» in Novgorod, Russia, where the Basketball Champions League’s final will take place.
Karsiyaka beat Zaragoza 84-79 in Friday’s semifinal and advanced to the BCL final for the first time in their history. Ufuk Sarica’s team had many ups and downs during the match but had an impressive fourth quarter and secured the ticket for the final, writing a golden page in the team’s history. Sarica always counts on very high-quality American players, who have increased their value by playing in the team. Players like Morgan (centre 17.5 points) and Sek (13.5 points) are expected to make the difference tonight as they did for most of the season so far.
Despite a poor start in the semifinal against Strasbourg, trophy winners Burgos advanced to the final again; They managed to beat the team from France, 81-70. For the team of Joan Penarroya, Benite and Rivero, who had 16 points each, were decisive. Despite scoring only 3 points, Renfroe contributed to the victory with 9 assists that are translated to “easy” points for his teammates. The Spaniards are one of the most consistent teams throughout the season. Their performances are solid – to the most part – and only Covid affected them for a while around the end of April. Apart from that, Burgos is ready to win the trophy for the second year in a row.
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