Sluneta made first four points, next four scored by home player Ramo Rizvić. Both coaches have made some substitution but the score difference never changed. Every Šenčur player who came on the court scored at least two points. Šenčur had the biggest lead for seven points, by the end of the quarter the gap was still five points (23:18).
In start of the second quarter Popadić scored a three pointer and another lay up for the biggest lead by Šenčur (32:20). Home team kept striking and the gap consistenly remain near by ten points. After three point made by Dino Murić Šenčur lead by 15 points (55:40) and differnce became bigger with slam dunk by Smiljan Pavič (57:40). Halftime was secure by home team (58:42).
After technical foul in the third quarter, called for Spencer Svejcar, Šenčur already led by 18 (65:47). Martinčič scored his firs three pointer and the home team was way ahead (68:47). Few minutes later Marko Popadić made three pointer and Šenčur lead with the biggest gap 81:56.
Last quarter was pretty much easy for both team. Sluneta never threatened seriously so Šenčur had no issues about catching it’s second win in Alpe Adria Cup. Jan Novak was the guy who cross hundred points (101:77), at the end the score was 103:77
Rade Mijanović, head coach of Sencur: “I’m really satisfied with tonight’s game. All my players showed strengthness which showed up in many rebounds. We deserved to win.”
Smiljan Pavic, player of Sencur: “We played, from the first to last, a great game. We have played very hard and with a lot of strengthness. We must look forward and keep doing exactly what we showed tonight.”
Antonin Pistecky, head coach of Sluneta: “Šenčur were better. For me this is disappointment, especially the effort of my players. I said to them, do not underestimate the opponent, but obviously that happened.”
Devante Wallace, player of Sluneta: “Šenčur played an excelent game. They move the ball a lot. We didn’t play as we should. It is what it is. We can be better.”