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Bertram, 6 beautiful: the success on Treviglio is worth the solitary lead in the standings

Bertram, 6 beautiful: the success on Treviglio is worth the solitary lead in the standings

Bertram Derthona-BCC Treviglio 87-69

(23-17, 53-32, 69-46)


Derthona: Sackey ne, Cannon 13, Gazzotti, Ambrosin 16, Fabi 18, Graziani 7, Mascolo 15, Rota ne, Severini 5, Sanders 13, Morgillo, Ciadini ne. All. Ramondino

Treviglio: D'Almeida 4, Sarto 18, Nikolic 12, Reati 7, Amboni ne, Corini ne, Bogliardi 2, Manenti, Frazier 3, Pepe 4, Taddeo 8, Borra 11. Coach Cagnardi

Derthona strength 6. In the match played at PalaOltrepò, the Bianconeri led the match right from the start, imposing their own pace in both halves of the pitch and progressively extending the score until the final siren. The match started in favor of Derthona, who showed great intensity: after 2' the score was 8-2. In the following minutes Treviglio tries to get back into contact, but the Bianconeri continue to find the way to the basket - even from three points - and end the first half ahead 23-17. At the start of the second period, a burst from Ambrosin further extended the Lions' margin, which reached the maximum gap at +12 (33-21) thanks to the subsequent three-point play by Mascolo, in the 14th minute. BCC tries to close the gap with Nikolic's dunk on the counterattack and with baskets from Sarto, protagonist of the first half for the guests, but it is then Sanders and Cannon who update the maximum gap in the match at 48-31 in the 19th minute. The end of the first half is still Juventus-led: Fabi's triple at the siren sets the score at 53-32 in the 20th minute. Bertram was also great in the first minutes of the third quarter: the offensive coherence and the intensity in defense allowed the Lions to extend further to 63-40 in the 25th minute, forcing coach Cagnardi to stop the match. In the following moments, the Bianconeri continue to lead the match, ending the period ahead 69-46. The last fraction allows Bertram to expand its rotations, keeping its margin unchanged: the sixth consecutive victory is served, with the score of 87-69. With Udine's defeat against JB Monferrato, the Lions are alone at the top of the table.