It was a game that was balanced from start to finish. Rio Maior Basket was most of the time in front of the scoreboard, they even had an advantage of 11 points, mostly due to Immortal's demerit, which was somewhat nervous with too many "Turn overs" and with wrong options when launching to the basket.
Rio Maior Basket took advantage of Immortal's smallest hit to control the events and won at half-time by 7 points of difference (24-31).
In the second half, Immortal/Loja Auto came in with another determination, with a more “aggressive” HXH defense, began to pose problems to the Rio Maior attack, which was making too many mistakes, which Imortal took advantage of to reduce the difference in the scoreboard, in the third period the difference was situated in two points (39-41).
In the last ten minutes, period the emotion was present, with the marker always oscillating in the minimum advantage, with 4 minutes from the end Immortal/auto store managed for the first time to move ahead of the marker (56-55).
The last few minutes were full of emotion, with the game only being decided in the last second.
1st period – 15 x 19; 2nd period - 09 x 12; 3rd period – 15 x 10; 4th period – 27 x24;
Final - 66 x 65
P. Vidal (-); E. Gamma (9); B. Firm -cap- (4); G. Marreiros (-); R. Kruize (10); M. Tkachenko (-); D. Amorim (10); B. Cross (2); D. Ax (-); C. Ohler (2); M. Gomes (29)
Coach: L. Billingy
J. Costa (0); B. Ready (16); C. Trohin (8); F. Silva (9); T. Acute (9); J. Fernandes (0); D. Carmo (15); M. Lopes (4); T. Santos (0); J. Dias (4)
Coach: Helder Silva and Teresa Barata