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Olympiakos wins against Kolosos

11 January 2010 / 10:01:53  GRReporter
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The match between Olympiakos and Kolosos (Rhodes) finished with 92:63 for the white-reds. While this was not one of the best games of the white-reds, they achieved their goal and defeated the opposing team without face serious difficulties. 

The game began with a strong attack desire from both teams. During the first 10 minutes the hosts and guests made scored many times, but the white-reds managed to finish first. During the second half Olympiakos led with 8 points, with which the team continued to lead for a little bit. Followed were attacks by Kolosos, which helped the team to lead with 24:22. The advantage of Kolosos did not last long because shortly thereafter the white-reds scored with the help of Josh Childress. Scandal, which erupted unexpectedly between committee members and players, broke the game. After the game started, Kolosos was visibly at weaker position. Olympiakos lead with +20 points (58:38) and from that moment onwards, the white-reds had no stop... This was the point at which Kolosos lost its faith and ability to regain the loss. Kostas Sloukas managed to increase the result 69:46. Followed were scores by Scoonie Penn, who at one point it seemed as if he took over the game of the whole team. Olympiakos had already felt the taste of victory and played a less engaged and less aggressive game. That is also the reason why during the first 4 minutes of the last period Olympiakos scored only 3 points. At the end of the game Childress started stronger attacks and the white-reds won their last points for the game.


Tags: Basketball NBA Scoonie Pen Josh Childress
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