Luis Scola, captain of the Argentine basketball team, consumed another great performance at the Varese, that you won as a visitor to Trentino, by 77-74, for the ninth date of the Italian Basketball League (Legabasket) of Italy.
The power forward, 40, signed a group with 20 points (5-6 in doubles, 2-5 in triples, 4-8 in free), 7 rebounds, one assist and one recovery in 32 minutes which remained in the playing field of the BLM Group Arena in the city of Trento.
The former Toronto Raptors, Indiana Pacers, Houston Rockets and Brooklyn Nets player, he continues to be the leading scorer by average of the Italian tournament, with a record of 22.9 goals per game. The intern who emerged in Ferro’s training divisions also accumulates 7.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game, according to Legabasket.
In this way, Varese, who has a 4-5 record, accumulated his second successive success, since last weekend he defeated Virtus Roma 98-88.
In Trentino, meanwhile, the Buenos Aires base Andres Forray (ex Banco Provincia) finished without points (0-6 in shooting from the field) in 14 minutes, although he did capture 2 rebounds and distributed 3 assists.
On your side, Carlos Delfino (ex Milwaukee Bucks and Detroit Pistons) and Ariel filloy (former Atenas de Córdoba) designed good performances in Pesaro, which defeated Reggio Emilia, 84-63. The Santa Fe guard scored 19 points (3-8 in doubles, 4-8 in triples, 1-4 in free), took 8 rebounds and delivered 4 goal passes in the 35 minutes he was on the court. While the Cordovan point guard Filloy contributed 11 units (2-3 in doubles, 2-5 in triples, 1-2 in free), 6 rebounds and an assist in 29m.
The leader Armani Milano (9-0) defeated Reyer Venezia (5-3) 86-72, who did not have forward Bruno Cerella (ex-Pueyrredón).
Other results of the Italian League
San Bernardo Cantú 101-Virtus Roma 85; Brindisi 74-Brescia 71; Fortitudo Bologna 71-Virtus Bologna 91. The Trieste-Treviso and Cremona-Banco di Sardegna Sassari matches were postponed due to coronavirus cases.