Champions League 2018 Final: AEK make good predictions against Monaco

por Roberto Anidos publicado en 2018 AEK Athens Champions League Competitions FIBA Decade 2010 Monaco

In 2018 the final four of the Champions League was held in Athens, where AEK took the opportunity to play as a home team to win the title. In an attacking final, the Greeks beat AS Monaco by (100-94). Mike Green, point guard of the Greek team, MVP of the tournament

Ludwigsburg 65 – AS Monaco 87
AEK Athens 77 – UCAM Murcia 75

AEK got off to a strong start (11-2), allowing them to dominate throughout the first half with a 10-point lead at half-time (53-44). In the second half, the match moved in spurts, first the French tightened the score, then the Greeks left again (96-87). The Monaco gave its last harness to approach five, was at the most that they approached.

Green (19 points), Punter and Sakota, both with 16 points, were the best in AEK Athens. At Monaco, Gladyr, with 18, was the top scorer.

AEK Atenas 100
*Green – 19p, 5r
*Larentzakis – 8p, 2a
*Harris – 9p, 10r
*James – 13p, 4r
*Hunter – 10p, 4r
Punter – 16p
Xanthopoulos – 2p, 6a
Sakota – 16p, 2r
Vasilopoulos – 0p, 2r
Mavroidis – 7p, 2r

AS Monaco 94
*Cooper – 8p, 9a
*Robinson – 13p, 3a
*Lacombe – 12p, 6r
*Sy – 8p, 2r
*Kikanovic – 12p, 6r
Craft – 9p, 5r
Rudez – 0p
Gladyr – 18p, 5r
Joseph – 0p, 1r
Evans – 6p, 4r
Traore – 8p, 2r