3 of 3 for KB Peja after a win in Podgorica
30-11-2022 | 23:38KB Peja managed a third Delasport Balkan League win this season, after a victory over KK Milenijum Kodi in Podgorica – 89-76.
It was the first away game for the Kosovo team while Milenijum is now the team with the most played encounters until December.
KB Peja gained quite the lead in the first quarter but Milenijum had good moments in the second and cut the difference to 6 points.
The visitors led at the break 43-33.
A great run by Peja in the third quarter made it over a 20-point advantage before the last quarter and the last one was just to secure the victory.
Brad Waldow had a superb game with 22 points and 18 rebounds, and Rodney Purvis added 21 points.
15 apiece had for the hosts Petar Ivanovic and Aleksandar Bogojevic.
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|12 Dec 2023
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