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Pubblicato in English - Venerdì 21 Aprile 2017
In a game that confirmed Pistoia's performance on the road has improved greatly recently, the white-and-red came up just short at the end of a fourth quarter that saw seven lead changes when former Pistoia star JJ Johnson hit a last second shot to condemn The Flexx 73-71.
Johnson led all scorers with 27 points while The Flexx had four players in double figures led by newcomer Michael Jenkins with 14, while big men Andrea Crosariol and Nathan Boothe chipped in with 13 apiece as did point guard Ronnie Moore who also had 4 assists and 5 boards.
Despite losing, the white-and-red are still in the thick of the playoff race.
This Sunday afternoon The Flexx have a key game at home against Pesaro with tip-off scheduled at 6.15.
News in English thanks to British School-Pistoia