By Eurohoops team/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Igokea was in an almost must-win situation against ERA Nymburk and they stepped up to the occasion. The Bosnian team not only got a 76-69 win but also secured a tiebreaker advantage in Group E as both squads now hold 2-3 records.
Marko Josilo led the charge with 14 points, five rebounds, five assists, one steal, one block while Markel Starks and Aleksa Radanov scored 12 points each. Starks also added nine assists and six steals while Radanov faced some trouble with nine turnovers.
For Nymburk, Jerrick Harding was once again the main scorer of the game with 25 points while Demetre Rivers scored 17 and Lukas Palyza 11 points.
Despite a better start for the Czech (18-9), Igokea turned the tables and led by as much as 16 points (70-54) in the fourth quarter. Nymburk cut the gap to four points but it was too late to change the outcome and Antabia Waller banked in a three-pointer to seal the deal and the tiebreaker.
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