Credit: SIPA - Scanpix
Credit SIPA - Scanpix

Virtus Segafredo Bologna (6-2) visited Germani Brescia (3-5) and displayed an excellent offensive game, beating the hosts 103-74 (32-21, 24-24, 21-22, 26-7).

2-pointers this season

60%
26,0
Points made: 26,0
Accuracy: 60,1%
Place in standings: 1
Record max: 31
Record min: 23
Most made 2FGs: Kevin Hervey

Virtus were firing on all cylinders in the first period, with Kyle Weems leading the way. The game was tied at 17 with less than five minutes to go, but the visitors finished the period with a 15-4 run to gain a commanding 11-point advantage (32-21).

The Italian juggernauts increased their lead to 16 with under two minutes to go in the first half (54-38), but Brescia managed to cut it to 11 at halftime (56-45).

Brescia stayed in the game during the third period, but things went south for them in the fourth. Virtus held the hosts to just seven points in the final quarter while scoring 26 of their own to win it by 29.

Kyle Weems led Virtus with 22 points (7/9 2PT, 1/3 3PT, 5/5 FT), 2 rebounds, 1 steal, and 19 PIR. Isaia Cordinier added 13 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, and 24 PIR.

Virtus: Kyle Weems 22, Milos Teodosic 15 (5 AST), Isaia Cordinier 13 (5 REB), Amar Alibegovic 11, Mouhammadou Jaiteh 11 (9 REB).

Brescia: Amedeo Della Valle 17, Nazareth Mitrou-Long 16 (10 REB, 6 AST), John Petrucelli 10.

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