The Titans tear the Caribbean Storm to shreds

The Titans tear the Caribbean Storm to shreds

Another day at the office.

The Titanes de Barranquilla happily dominated the Caribbean Storm of San Andrés and with a score of 100-68 they extended their unbeaten record on the seventh date of the Professional Basketball League I-2022

Coach Thomas Diaz found the squad. The Curramberos dried up a first quarter island offensive (just 29 points in the first half) that was considered one of the deadliest in the tournament until before this game.

The Cartagena player used the board and turned his attention to a zonal defense that effectively protected the paint and wiped out any counterattack attempt (only ten points in this ruble).
After the lack of space, the island’s top figures had nightmares about the woodwork.

The Dominican Yeison Colomé, used to an average of more than 20 points per game, had to settle for 13 units, making just five of his 17 shots from the field. Likewise, Colombian Luis Almanza was unable to overcome the 12-basket barrier with a zero contribution from the line of three (percent of 0%).

Source: El heraldo

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