Pesaro, with the participation of the Santa Fe Carlos Delfino, defeated Varese, who had in his ranks Luis Scola, 85-78 and was left with the clash between Argentine Olympic champions that took place in the 7th. date of the Italian Basketball League A (Legabasket).
The two members of the Golden Generation of Argentine basketball, Olympic champions in Athens 2004, had outstanding performances in the match played at the Vitrifrigo Arena in Pesaro. After the game, Manu Ginobili’s tweet arrived: “And it’s also nice to see them together, enjoying and breaking it on the court. Big hug, little friends ”.
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– Manu Ginobili (@manuginobili) November 9, 2020
Delfino (former player of the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, Detroit Pistons and Houston Rockets) started as a starter in the winning team and was on the court for 32 minutes. The former Boca Juniors player scored 18 points (5-8 in doubles, 1-5 in triples, 5-5 in free games), captured 2 rebounds, had 4 steals and provided 4 assists.
Meanwhile, the Cordovan Ariel Filloy (former Athens) signed a roster with 5 goals (1-3 in doubles, 1-5 in triples), 2 goal passes and 2 rebounds in 22m. for the winning team, according to the official website of the Italian League.
Scola, captain of the Argentine national team in the last China World Cup 2019, collaborated with 22 goals (3-5 in doubles, 4-5 in triples, 4-8 in free), 6 rebounds and 2 assists in 31m. for Varese, who accumulates a 2-5 record (has five consecutive defeats) and occupies the thirteenth position.
The 40-year-old former Toronto Raptors, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers and Brooklyn Nets player continues to be the championship’s leading scorer after seven games. The pivot wing, emerged in the formative divisions of Ferro, accumulates an average of 23.9 points; 6.4 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game.
For his part, the Bahian forward Bruno Cerella (ex-Pueyrredón) scored 3 points, gave 2 assists and captured a rebound in 14m. for Reyer Venezia, who beat Virtus Roma as a visitor, by 89-71
In a preview of Saturday, the Buenos Aires base Andrés Forray contributed 11 points and 6 assists for his team, Trentino, which beat Banco Sassari, 92-78
Armani Milano, who today beat Germani Brescia 87-56, is the only leader in the standings, with a 7-0 mark.