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ACB: Tavares crushes Betis | ACB 2021

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 ACB: Tavares crushes Betis |  ACB 2021

Sign 11 points, seven rebounds and four blocks in the resounding victory of Real Madrid (71-48)

Poirier (i) blocks a Betis pitch.ZIPIEFE
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Real Madrid achieved a comfortable 71-48 victory against Betis that showed the why of their qualifying situation and that was fried before the dominance of Walter Tavares in the first minutes.

Despite playing the fifth game in ten days, Madrid came out with a brother, supported by a dominating Tavares who overwhelmed a weak Betis who left as resigned to his fate. The initial 11-0 was a clear reflection of that situation and that forced Joan Plaza to ask for a time-out and ask his players for more intensity.

Madrid began to lower the piston of the game and Pablo Laso gave in, before concluding the first quarter, to Nigel Williams-Goss who returned to the team after three weeks off. With 18-6 they finished the first 10 minutes.

In the second act, Madrid relaxed and at Betis Shannon Evans showed his individual quality with actions of merit, which slowed the score to 32-21 with which the teams lined the dressing room. In fact, Betis scored the second quarter with 14-15.

Madrid dominated the rebound, 27-18 in the first half, but missed too many shots and let Betis grow. Nobody got off track on the restart. Tavares continued to dominate. Evans, increasing their numbers and Madrid missing clear chances and dominating the rebound.

Yabusele raised the audience

The Sevillian team timidly approached the scoreboard, 39-31 (m.24.30) and Madrid responded with a couple of defenses and as many cons to reestablish a wider difference, 45-31 (m.26). And close, practically, the game with 53-33 (m.28). Guerschon Yabusele, lifted the public from their seats with a basket and a rear stopper that they added in 57-34 with which the third act ended.

With 23 points of advantage, the last quarter lacked significance. Williams-Goss accumulated minutes in his re-adaptation to the team and Laso gave rest to the most used players. Madrid ended up winning 71-48, thanks to Tavares cold Betis in the early stages of the match.



Reference from elmundo