Jurmala not troubled by Barsy

JURMALA - The home side didn't have too much trouble handling Barsy, as Jurmala/Fenikss rose to a huge victory against the Kazakhs, 88-52, denying the visitors their fiat victory.

 

It was not a beginning Barsy hoped for, as the first quarter was started terribly. 10 minutes into the game, the visitors were already down by 11 points, 23-12.

Barsy's woes didn't stop there though, as Jurmala's lead expanded to 29 not even halfway through the game. It was a dominant second quarter from the home side, as they won the period 28-10.

The game evened out after the break, but it was already a margin too big to overcome. The visitors reduced the deficit by a couple points, but were still being dominated.

There was a big separation between the two sides entering the final quarter, and it wasn't a deficit Barsy could overcome. They crashed and burned, as Jurmala/Fenikss improved their lead to 36 in the final fourth.

Arturs Duselis was the top scorer for Jurmala, as he dropped 19. Edmunds Elksnis chipped in with 15. Ugis pinete added 14, while Edgar's Jeromanovs and Viktors Ilkins added 10 points each, as the latter also contributed 11 rebounds.

Trevin Parks was the only player to enter double-digits, as he scored 19 points for Barsy.