Unicaja recovered its path to victory this Saturday after beating Joventut at home by 113-91 in an offensive display that almost broke several records of the green and purple club.
To begin with, these 113 points represent the fourth best scoring record for the team from Malaga in a Liga Endesa match. And close, very close, they came close to breaking their record, the 117 they scored in the Carplus Fuenlabrada fiefdom in December of last year.
Several records in danger
In addition, Unicaja also managed to break its record for assists in the Endesa League (there are 33 and added 29) and rating (there are 157 and added 145) in a truly collective effort. Both records date, like the scoring record, from that same match played in Fuenlabrada.
All the box players managed to convert at least two baskets and between all of them they were up to 69% successful in two-point shots, 45% in three-pointers and 20/24 in free throws. Although Osetkowski (15), Sima (12), Carter (11), Djedovic (11) and Kalinoski (10) They accumulated double digits in scoring, the leading role went to Perry with 19 points and 6 assists for a PIR of 26.