Giants humiliate Bayamon in “The Farm” to take back the lead in the BSN Final

Giants humiliate Bayamon in “The Farm” to take back the lead in the BSN Final

with or without LeBron James in the front row Carolina Giants They transferred “calentón” to a “cowboy ranch”.

Mike Scott And George Condt IV Scored 21 points apiece as the Giants were humiliated Bayamon Cowboys86-66, in the third game of the final Basketball Superior National (BSN) At Rubén Rodríguez Coliseum.

Carolina beat again on the road, this time convincingly, to regain the final lead, 2-1. Game 4 will be played Monday at Guillermo Angulo Coliseum, home of the Giants.


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The Giants fought the first duel in overtime, 89-85, last Tuesday, with the presence of James, the star of the tournament. Los Angeles Lakers In the NBA who was on the island for several days doing a jordanian brand activity.

Condit grabbed 11 rebounds and a guard on base Tremont Waters He finished the challenge with 14 points and 10 assists.

The Cowboys did not have a uniformed point guard Angel Rodriguezwho is still recovering from a sprained ankle.

Javier Mojica He was the leading scorer for the Cowboys, with 13 points. follow Christian Doolittle With 12 goals while Stephen Thompson Jrcontributed 11 points in the defeat. Bayamon stayed at 66 points after limiting the Giants to just 67 points Thursday in the road win.

Carolina, for the third straight game, was the aggressor at the whistle, taking the first quarter 28-15. The Giants came from scoring just 22 first-half points from defeat in Game 2 at Guillermo Angulo Coliseum last Thursday.

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Condit led the offense with 10 points for the Giants without an ounce of intimidation on a raucous “Cowboy Ranch.”

Carolina was lousy in the second quarter because of the offense, and only got 10 points. The unrecognizable Bayamón didn’t capitalize on the Carolinians’ decline and ended up trailing, 38-28, after the first segment.

The Giants were horrified when Condit appeared to injure his left leg in a kneeling collision with Johwin Velgas with 20 seconds left in the first half. Immediately, the center came out limping into the dressing room with the help of his teammates.

After minutes of uncertainty, the men’s basketball center also returned to the court in the second half after recovering from a blow, much to the relief of the huge crowd applauding his return.

Without an answer in the match, the home fans revealed themselves to chief Nelson Colón and demanded the entry of goalkeeper Benito Santiago Jr., who was relegated to the bench. When Colón lined him up to play, Scott hit 2 of 3-pointers to make it 55-38 and force Bayamon to call a timeout.

Carolina had a 13-0 offensive run that increased their lead to 24 points, 62-38. The visiting quintet closed out the group, which dominated 62-41.

The Colóns seemed to have surrendered their weapons in the fourth quarter after the team did not heed his instructions. Waters took the period with seven straight points and Carolina cruised to victory by 28 points (77-49).

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