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Olimpia Milano logged a convincing win over Treviso and Zach LeDay was convincing as well.
Olimpia Milano – Treviso 104-64
LeDay banked 25 points and 12 rebounds for the Milanese on their road to victory while Shavon Shields added 15 and Malcolm Delaney 12 points.
For Treviso, Christian Mekowulu scored 17 and Tyler Cheese ten points.
Brescia – Virtus Bologna 80-81
Milos Teodosic returned for Bologna after missing a couple of games with injury but it seems like he didn’t skip a beat, logging 19 points and seven assists.
Vince Hunter added 14 and Amar Alibegovic 11 points. For Brescia, Kenny Chery banked 24 points in addition to Christian Burns’13.
Cremona – Venezia 66-83
Venezia’s convincing winning effort was led by Jeremy Chappell with 15 as well as Stefano Tonut and Mitchell Watt with 14 points each.
TJ Williams scored 19 for Cremona followed by Daulton Hommes with 15 points.
Dinamo Sassari – Trieste 72-74
Despite trailing early on, Trieste managed to bounce back and beat Sassari, led by Juan Fernandez with 20 points. Milton Doyle scored 14 and Davide Alviti 12 points.
For Sassari, Vasa Pusic and Filip Kruslin scored 16 each while Jason Burnell helped with 15.
Fortitudo Bologna – Varese 83-88
Toney Douglas scored 20, Arturs Strautins 14 and Luis Scola 13 points for the victors while on the other side, Todd Whiters scored 17 as did Tre’Shaun Fletcher. Ethan Happ logged a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds.
Brindisi – Virtus Roma 92-67
Brindisi was very convincing against Roma with D’Angelo Harrison leading the charge and putting on 22 points while Darius Thompson scored 12 and Raphael Gaspardo 11 points.
For Roma, Jamil Wilson scored 18 in addition to Gerald Robinson’s 13 and Tommaso Baldasso’s 11 points.
Dolomiti Energia Trento – Reggio Emilia 81 – 87
Brandon Taylor (19 points), Frank Elegar (17 points, seven rebounds) and Josh Bostic (16 points) pushed Reggio Emilia to the away win over Trento in the opener of Day 2 in Italy.
Luke Maye (22 points), Gary Browne (17 points) and JaCorey Williams (14 points, eight rebounds) were Trento’s top performers.