JL Bourg and Gran Canaria standing alone on the top while London steals the show

2023-01-11T20:44:49+00:00 2023-01-12T12:49:26+00:00.

Giannis Askounis

11/Jan/23 20:44

Eurohoops.net

JL Bourg and Gran Canaria are the big winners of Round 10 of the 7DAYS EuroCup, while the London Lions and Hapoel Tel Aviv created a night to remember

By Eurohoops Team/ info@eurohoops.net

Only one team is left in the top spot of Group A and one in Group B and they did it in style on the road. However, it was also a night to remember in London with Hapoel Tel Aviv getting an epic win.

You can say it was expected, but Gran Canaria beat Slask Wroclaw 91-79 with David Mutaf being the leading scorer with 19 points.

Aleksander Dziewa had a solid game for the hosts with a double-double (23 p. 10 r.) but it was not enough.

After this result, Gran Canaria is now the only team with eight wins in the competition.

On the other side, the first team in Group A to reach seven wins, JL Bourg defeated the Romania champion U-BT Cluj-Napoca, 88-79. The visitors overcame Patrick Richard’s 23 points.

Jordan Floyd paired his team-high 16 points with five assists and two steals.

Buducnost VOLI Podgorica got an easy win on the road against Veolia Towers Hamburg.

The Germans despite their recent coaching change lost almost by 30 points (87-59) with Erick Green scoring 22 points for the guests. Lukas Meisner had a double-double for the hosts (17 p. 12 r.).

George Conditt IV paved the way with 17 points as Promitheas (photo) rolled Dolomiti Energia Trento, 84-71. Newcomer Joe Thomasson tallied 15 points, five rebounds, five assists, and four steals in his EuroCup debut.

Bouncing back in the second half and picking up a third win on the road, Prometey took down 7Bet-Lietkabelis, 80-72, in Cido Arena.

Caleb Agada and Gian Clavell put in 19 points each.

Frutti Extra Bursaspor strolled past Cedevita Olimpija, 111-93. Onuralp Bitim ended up with 20 points. Anthony Clemmons had 19 points.

David Dudzinski and Enes Taskiran added 18 points each.

Last but not least in Group A, Venezia registered a triumph against Ulm by 20 points (89-69) behind 19 points by Mitchell Wat and 17 by Derek Willis. Brazilian newcomer Bruno Caboclo scored 18 for Ulm.

Thanks to this result there’s a four-way tie between the second and the fifth spot in Group A between Joventut, Prometey, Bursaspor, and Venezia.

In the game that completed the 10th round, the London Lions almost spoiled the party of Hapoel Tel Aviv, which had more than 1.500 fans in London for the game. After a night to remember the guests got the 95-93 win with J’Covan Brown making the winning shot.

The Lions had one last chance with 12 seconds left, Jordan Taylor missed, Kostas Koufos got the offensive rebound, but couldn’t convert. Sam Dekker with 29 points did his best for the home side, while Taylor and Tomislav Zubcic had 19 points each.

For the winners, Jordan McRae was amazing with 36 points and Brown added 18.

EuroCup Round 10 recap:

Group A

Germani Brescia – Joventut Badalona 85-75
7Bet-Lietkabelis – Prometey 72-80
Frutti Extra Bursaspor – Cedevita Olimpija 111-93
U-BT Cluj-Napoca – JL Bourg 79-88
Umana Reyer Venezia – ratiopharm Ulm 89-69

Standings
1. Bourg 7-3
2. Jovenut 6-4
3. Prometey 6-4
4. Bursaspor 6-4
5. Venezia 6-4
6. Ulm 5-5
7. Brescia 5-5
8. Lietkabelis 4-6
9. Cluj-Napoca 3-7
10. Cedevita Olimpija 2-8

Group B

Paris – Turk Telekom 96-77
Promitheas – Dolomiti Energia Trento 84-71
Veolia Towers Hamburg – Buducnost VOLI 59-87
Slask Wroclaw – Gran Canaria 79-91
London Lions – Hapoel Vegan-Friendly Tel Aviv 93-95

Standings
1. Gran Canaria 8-2
2. Paris 7-3
3. Turk Telekom 7-3
4. Promitheas 6-4
5.  Hapoel T.A. 6-4
6. Buducnost 6-4
7. London Lions 4-6
8. Hamburg 3-7
9. Trento 2-8
10. Slask 1-8

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