Silence after the throw – sport

When a game of basketball between two nearly equal teams moves toward the last siren and everything intensifies, it’s time for big individual action. And that moment belonged to Parker Jackson Cartwright on White Monday. The clever 1.80-meter playmaker from Telekom Baskets Bonn who looked very cool and snub-nosed, caught the ball less than two minutes from the end of the match and turned all three: 83:77 against Bayern Munich in their home stadium, Audi. Dome in front of 5757 spectators.

The audience fell silent, with the exception of 200 Boone fans, some of whom were rather hot blooded, and everyone knew that this was the initial decision. Shortly thereafter, Bayern also lost their defensive specialist Nick Weiler Babb after his fifth foul, but they still closed the difference to 80:83, even as Boone did them in favor of squandering his last attack. The Munich team now had six seconds in their last attack. Another moment for the big solos, a threesome was needed to save himself in overtime. Ognjen Jaramaz grabbed the ball and ran towards the opponent’s basket, but was then dislodged by the ball before he started throwing. Germaz lost it – and Bayern lost the match.

“Bayern has all the pressure in the world, it’s a great situation for us.”

Instead of finally following Alba Berlin, who easily beat Ludwigshafen 3-0, in the final, the Munich team now have to fear the same. Am Mittwoch bereits spielen sie in Bonn ihr entscheidendes Tod-oder-Gladiolen-Spiel, wie Louis van Gaal sagen würde, und Bonns Trainer Tuomas Iisalo frohlockte schon kurz nach dem Sieg: “Die Bayern haben Welne elne S schuation under schonder Our.”

On Saturday, in front of 6,007 spectators at the Audi Dome, Bonn snatched the victory from Munich’s hands in a more dramatic match 20 seconds before the final siren. Javontae Hawkins netted the goal with a free throw to make it 85:84, but Munich’s last counterattack also failed there. . Bayern officials had warned of the danger of defeat even before the two matches at home before the match.

Bayern were warned by five key players, Nick Wheeler-Bab, Augustin Rubet, Leon Radosevic, Nihad Djdovic and Vladimir Lucic, but the first enthusiasm, at least among Boone’s supporters, was set off by Baskets goalkeeper Jeremy Morgan’s three-set shot. Bayern hit back from 8-2 down, and it was Othello Hunter who ripped the Munich fans out of their seats – by picking up an offensive rebound and a foul on a successful pass.

Already in these first few minutes, the expected intense game developed, as in the previous two matches, there was also a lot at stake: a final for the Trencheri team or a decisive duel in the semi-finals in Bonn, which the Munich team wanted to avoid at all costs. This fight continued at eye level in the second quarter. The Munich team was always a point or two behind the Baskets, who were very accurate from afar, and they leveled again, barely taking the lead. But Pon could not part either – Vladimir Losic once defended himself with a three-pointer, hitting him falling backwards.

It was a night when no one knew how this game would end. Not even the NBA player Maxi Klepper who was in the audience. When Bayern coach Andrea Trencheri asked his players to come in during the break to discuss the tactical path for the next two quarters, Boone was still throwing their test shots, and Parker Cartwright hit nearly everyone in the basket.

This is how things went in the third quarter, which started well from the hosts’ point of view: First, Fyler Babb managed to control three pointers before the end of 24 seconds, and then Lucic dunked the basket into the basket after losing Jackson Cartwright. the ball. Bayern were now five points ahead, but they squandered it carelessly through ball losses and neglect in defence. Even worse for them: Boone suddenly advanced in a 66:60 ratio. After Munich lost the ball, Javontay Hawkins stuffed Bonn’s alley into the basket, 78:70. After a short time, Parker Cartwright took the ball and became quiet in the hall.

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