TSU is joined by debutant Caucasus for the final of Dudu Dadiani Memorial Tournament. Beka Tsivtsivadze’s newly created team defeated Rustavi, participant of all the national championships. Caucasians were taking the lead almost all the time and eventually won the game by 90:79.
Rustavi lost second game at ongoing tournament. Firstly, they were defeated by Kutaisi, but advanced to semifinals as best second place team. As for Caucasus, they have defeated all 3 members of the pool – Tulips, Vera and Olimpi and qualified to the next round of the competition.
Caucasians played convincingly in the semi-final and defeated opponent without last minutes tension. This fact once more shows that, team is progressing and they are in good shape for upcoming Super League Season.
In game against Rustavi, Tsivtsivadze’s team increased pace and accuracy in the third quarter. Improvement was immediately visible on the score board and Caucasians were leading by 10 points. Anatoli Boisa tried to affect situation with time out and change of tactics what opponent did not give him chance to chance the game.
Levan Gogichaishvili with 22 points was the best scorer of the winners. Kris MacNeill collected 17 points, Levan Kvartskhava and Justin Forster score per 13 points. Anzor Nadiradze with 16 points and 11 rebounds was the best player in Rustavi team.
Caucasus will face TSU in the final game of the tournament on October 19th, at 18:00.