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Twarde Pierniki Toruń
VS
Suzuki Arka Gdynia
1D 21H 20M 7S
Another great match for Asseco Arka. The yellow-and-blues have defeated at their own court King Szczecin 95:74, making it their 4th league win.

Szczecin is going up fast this EBL season. They have won five out of all six matches played. Their one loss was to Stelmet Enea BC Zielona Gora. Asseco Arka have proven time and time again, however, that they fear no opponent, which has been confirmed today.

Our team began very eagerly and fiercely, allowing them to accumulate in 4 minutes 14 points. The opposing team, however, did not take long to catch up. In the end, the final score in the first quarter was 20:18.

The next quarter started quite similarly for Asseco. Adam Hrycaniuk was doing a lot of damage, as did Bartlomiej Woloszyn, both of whom were well supported by team captain Krzysztof Szubarga. We left for the break with a solid 47:33.

The high score did not make our boys lazy. Every player which joined the fight added points. Hrycaniuk and Woloszyn continued doing what they do best, and Igor Wladowski gave his all after coming back from an injury. The only thing unsure at the closing of the third quarter was how high will the team win (75:48).

The match was pretty much decided, so coach Frasunkiewicz let in some of the bench players - Michal Pluta, Marcin Malczyk, Mateusz Kaszowski and Maciej Marcinkowski. The only thing missed was the 100 point mark. After a great match, Asseco Arka won against King Szczecin 95:74.

Asseco Arka Gdynia - King Szczecin 95:74 (20:18, 27:15, 28:15, 20:26)

Asseco Arka Gdynia: Żołnierewicz 16, Hrycaniuk 14, Wołoszyn 14, Wadowski 13, Czerlonko 10, Dylewicz 8, Szubarga 6, Witliński 5, Kaszowski 4, Pluta 3, Marcinkowski 2, Malczyk 0

King Szczecin: Davis 19, Fakuade 15, Wilczek 9, Melvin 8, Łapeta 7, Zębski 6, Kobel 5, Schenk 4, Hill 1, Adamkiewicz 0, Moroń 0