Flamengo won the so far unbeaten in Minas, this Saturday, by 99-63 (45-30), in the Maracanazinho, for the eighth round of the National Football League. The Rio team achieved its seventh victory in eight matches, while the Minas Gerais team achieved six victories and one defeat. It was an afternoon where red and black had very high performances on two balls (63%, 23 strokes out of 36) and three (61%, 16 strokes out of 26).
Minas has won all six matches so far – he appeared second in the standings, behind Franca, and is undefeated after seven matches. Flamengo, third through the eighth round, suffered a setback in this NBB. saw you 42 unbeaten matches fell against Paulistano.
Dar Tucker vs. Minas – Photo: Marcelo Cortes/Flamingo
In the first quarter, Johnson Sr. opened 5-0 to Minas. The team expanded from Minas to 12-2 in Renan Dunk. But the red and black reaction began. Rafael Mineiro, of the three, left the Rio team behind with only two (12 to 10). Flamengo turned around with another treble, this time with Iago (13 to 12). In the sequence, Mineiro scored two more goals (15 to 12), in a 13-point course followed by Flamengo.
More consistent in defense, recovering balls in Minas attack, Rio team allowed only two points for the opponent, closing the initial period at 23 to 14. After 12 to 2 of Minas, Flamengo hit 21 to 2, with four three-point balls in the partial.
The advantage reached 15 points in the second quarter, with Robinson’s basket (36 to 21). It was Flamengo betting on the three balls – and hitting the balls. So far, 6 out of 9 attempts have converted, with around 70% success. A beautiful hook from Olivinha increased the difference to 37-21 midway through the second half, the biggest in the game.
With three balls from Dar Tucker – the eighth that Flamengo have converted in 16 attempts in the first half – Javea’s team closed 45-30. But the amount of play was more than enough for the introduction.
Flamengo opened 21 points in the third half (57 to 36) with three points from Iago (the team scored 11 of 19 risky long-range shots). Dar Tucker hit the basket and converted the free throw for his foul, and Red-Black extended it to 24 points (62 to 38). JB Batista made the basket, charging Flamengo 64-38 with a 26-point lead, his biggest attack of the match. With just over four and a half minutes to play in the third quarter.
Again, give Tucker, out of three, to Flamingo to score 30 points (70 to 40). The score was thirteenth out of three strokes out of 21 attempts (61.9%, high efficiency). Red and black are also calibrated to his two-point balls: He’s fired 16 of 25 shots, using 64% so far.
In the last period, Minas kept pressing and managed to reduce the damage to 25 on two occasions. But Flamengo still showed his strength: Three minutes before the end, he scored 97-59, with three from Dar Tucker, number 16 of Flamengo’s 25 long kicks. The superiority reached 40 (99 to 59), with Leone’s reserve, and in the end the score was 99 to 63, and a ridiculous performance of 16 balls from three of the total 26 shots.
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