Milano beat Brescia but remains second

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Aris Barkas

26/Dec/17 14:12

Jordan Theodore and Andrew Goudelock iced from the free throws line a crucial win for AX Armani Exchange Olimpia Milano.

By Eurohoops team/

Milano got the 74-71 win over Brescia with Theodore and Goudelock combining for eight out of eight free throws and Davide Pascolo adding the crucial go-ahead basket (70-69) in the last minute as the hosts finished the game with an 11-0 run.

Theodore with 19 points was the top score of the winners and Goudelock added 13 points. For the losing side, Dario Hunt with 16 points and Marcus Landry with 15 tried their best.

Despite the defeat, Brescia remains on top of Legabasket standings with a 10-2 record, while Milano is second (9-3).

Photo credit: Olimpia Milano