PARTIZAN’S BASKETBALL PLAYER TRAGICIAN OF LATVIA: Here is what Kuruc did at the end of the match with Serbia! (VIDEO)

In the end, we came to an important victory.

Serbia is a qualification for SP in basketball started with a victory over Latvia at 101: 100. We watched a very dynamic match, with a lot of possession, the guests were served a great shot throughout the match, but they Eagles showed their quality and thus improved the debut of the selector Svetislav Pesic.

One of the tragedians of this game is a basketball player Partizan and a member of the national team Latvia Rodions Kuruc. He first committed an unnecessary foul over Jagodić Kuridža who realized two important free throws. Just a few attacks later, Kuruc hit and Miloš Teodosić, at about 20 seconds to the end, while the captain Of Serbia was also accurate from the penalty line. Latvian he then had to leave the match due to 5 fouls.

We played this match well, with the right intensity, fighting spirit… Latvia plays great basketball, not only in attack but also in defense, it is a team that really plays together. But that’s how we played, who had faith that we could win. That, in my opinion, was the most important thing. Morality, approach, team spirit… That is the most important thing for me at this beginning of this new story, He said Svetislav Pesic after the victory.

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