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    Búfalos: First onslaught in the basketball grand final

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    Los Búfalos from Ciego de Ávila, on the premises of their rivals from Sancti Spiritus, began this Friday with a 71-62 victory in the final playoff of the Superior Basketball League.

    Although we do not have all the final statistics of the game, the Radio Rebelde broadcast made it clear that the fundamental weapon of victory was the dominance exerted by the nine-time national champions under the boards.

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    Already in the first quarter, the visitors in the Yayabo Sport Room imposed their law with a score of 22-12 and also won in the second 18-17, to conclude that first half with a score of 40-29.

    In the first 20 minutes of action, the performance of veteran Yoan Luis Haiti was crucial, who was not only a master of rebounds, since he contributed 15 cartons.

    However, Los Búfalos attacked with more force in the first bars of the second half in which they came to have an advantage of 21 points. Again, the technical director Jorge García Quintero, when he had a wide advantage, rotated his entire squad to the court.

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    Thanks to the data from Wilber Rodríguez, we were able to learn that Haiti led the pack hunt by totaling 19 units and Yasser Rodríguez seconded him with a dozen, while for the locals Daniel García added 18 and Luis Castillo 17.

    This Saturday, both quintets will go out to the same field starting at 4:00 in the afternoon and after the break on Monday and Tuesday, the possible three remaining games would take place Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at the Giraldo Córdova Cardín sports center in the city of Ciego de Ávila.

    Meanwhile, the favorites from Santiago took the first step towards winning the crown among the ladies, by beating Guantánamo in their own backyard, 75-67.