Raudondvaris Hoptrans wins FIBA 3×3 World Tour Masters

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DEBRECEN—Marijus Uzupis scored the Maurice Lacroix Buzzer-Beating two to hand Raudondvaris Hoptrans a 20-21 victory against Tel-Aviv (ISR) in the

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After having an incredibly tough run of fixtures on the road to the final where they beat the likes of Miami, Paris, and recent Lausanne Masters winners Antwerp TOPdesk, The Aureljus Pukelis-led Raudondvaris picked up their first Masters win of the season.

Joaquin Szuchman was the first to find a bucket as he opened the scoring. The ball quickly made its way to Pukelis who found Uzupis for the bucket. It set the tone for what both teams will be looking for. Assayag found space for a two to hand his team the advantage before Gill Noyovitch drained another two. Soon after it was Szuchman who scored from behind the arc to take their advantage to 4, the highest it would be in this closely fought contest.

With just over six minutes to go and scores level at 8 apiece, both teams went to their key scorers more regularly. The defenders from Raudondvaris would close in on Assayag which would allow Szuchman to slip in for easy buckets countless times. At the same time, Tel-Aviv just had no answer for Pukelis.

Fouls on both teams in short succession sent them to the free throw line, Tel-Aviv taking the lead before Pukelis would put them up by one at 18-19 as he scored his thirteenth point of the game.

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