TSU-Hyundai – the team with high intentions, gained a planned victory against an outsider – Rustavi. 7 tours before the end of regular championship, the difference between Rustavi and other teams above increased to 3 points. It will be insanely hard to reduce this difference in the remaining tours. Especially, if we take their resources into consideration.
Rustavians lost today’s match without any chance to success. There was not a big difference eventually, but TSU-Hyundai had the control over match all the time. They gained deserved, 7th victory and took 4th place until the end of the tour.
The first period was more or less equal, Rustavians lost with just 4 points, as for the second period, advantage of TSU-Hyundai was obvious. After winning the quarter 20:12, the team trained by Nikoloz Cherqezishvili advanced by 12 points and remained this leadership after the big break.
The meeting ended in favour of TSU-Hyundai – 77:65. Sandro Sanadze led the winners with 15 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals. Marcus Posley scored 13 points, Alexander Pevadze collected 12 points. Isaak Banks was the most effective with 21 points and 12 rebounds in Rustavi. Kendarrius Hamilton and Ahmed Moawad scored 17-17 points each.