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CB Cazorla has a far better record than the newly promoted CB Martos (91-61)

CB Cazorla Jaen Paraiso Interior won 91-61 against CB Martos Jaen Paraiso Interior, who was recently promoted in the second derby in the EBA League Group D-A season.

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CB Cazorla has a far better record than the newly promoted CB Martos (91-61)

CB Cazorla Jaen Paraiso Interior won 91-61 against CB Martos Jaen Paraiso Interior, who was recently promoted in the second derby in the EBA League Group D-A season. After three games of dispute, the cazorlenos have now been able to secure third place in the classification.

Eugenio Llera's team showed clear superiority in the second quarter, despite a 30-point lead for locals as shown in the email at match's end. CB Martos came into the game more fully plugged in, and with Diatta Diop (former Cazorla player) from the paint, and David Melero outside. The martenos were able to get on the scoreboard in just 5 minutes with a gap of 8 points (7-15). The alarm clock went off for the locals at that time, especially thanks to the hands of Sadeq Bello (Daniel Saunders), Iker Barbero, Cody Halvorson, and Cody Halvorson. The score was tied at 20-20 by the 13-5 run that followed.

After the game had begun and defense and attack were recovered, CB Cazorla was an unstoppable cyclone. The second quarter's partial is 27-8. Daniel Saunders was the best player in this quarter. He excelled in every aspect of his play, from defense to attack. An offensive rebound or block was followed by a stunning dunk, a jump and staying in the air above the defense. His stamp was on 15 of the 27 team points. Three of four shots were from three-point range, while two of four shot from two-point range. It was simply amazing.

After the break, the same trend continued. However, the Martenos were able to balance their defense and make better basket selections so that the distances remained at around 20 points. They did not drop below the fortnight. David Rubio, who was both a scorer and director, joined the local party in this room. This is a sign that CB Cazorla will have two bases this season, following the departure of Carlos Sanchez Carlangas, the captain of the previous seasons.

The match was settled for the locals (69 to 47), and the final quarter began. This served to check the positive mood of the Cazorla team, with smiles and constant gestures of complicity between all players and coaches. This is a sign of the optimism in the club. It suffices to say that 9 out of 10 Eugenio Llera players scored in this game, and that half of them exceeded ten. All of them had an overall rating of just 107 credits.

Daniel Saunders was the best player with 24 points, -10 baskets in 13 attempts, 5 rebounds, and 3 dunks for an IIR of 27. Cody Halvorson was also a standout, scoring 17 points -5 out of 9 triples- and 4 steals to give him a PIR score of 21. Dante Thompson reached 16 PIR credits, scoring 10 points, 7 rebounding, 6 assists, and 3 dunks.

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