The Juarez Indians had a poor performance against the Chihuahua Centaurs yesterday. This is the key to their loss of 98-91 and a 20-9 record to participate in the 2021 National Basketball League.
On the floor of the Manuel Bernardo Aguirre Stadium in Chihuahua, the quintet from Juarez only lost the second stage, but a difference of 17 points, 30-13, is An important factor in the final result.
The first quarter tied for 25 points, and the third and fourth places were won by the Indians 27-21 and 26-22, respectively.
At the beginning of the final period, the Wallence team dropped 11 points 76-65. Bryan Muñoz shot twice and pushed the deficit to single digits 82-74 with 8:29 left.
The Indians pressed the offense on the offensive end. Gabriel McCray had the upper hand in the foul game and placed Juarenses in the top five of the draw, 87-82. , But hit a score of 5:58.
The Centaur reacted swiftly and made two free throws. Jonathan Machado pushed them to the high post with a 92-82 double digit, less than five minutes before the end of the game.
Daniel Ramos scored 3 points with 26 seconds left in the game and brought the Indians to 7 draws with a score of 98-91, but the time is not allowed to increase, so in the state of the country The league lost the league for the eighth time in this season’s frontier game of the basketball league.
McCray and Jerome Seagears won India’s best scorer with 27 points and 21 points, respectively, while Centaurs Víctor Álvarez scored 28 points and Joshua Ibarra scored 20 points.
Charles Thomas added 13 assists for the Indian (Indios), 18 assists for the Centauros (Centauros), and Juan Esteva (Juárez) And Gabriel Girón (Gabriel Girón) contributed 7 assists and provided 8 assists for the Chihuahua team.