The partial 0-12 that Barca endorsed out to Betis had a complete response from the local team, which came to be ahead (16-14) although it took almost four minutes to release its score.
With five triples per set, both above 50 percent of success from behind the 6.75 line, the first quarter was an offensive festival from which the Catalans came out graceful (23-28) thanks to the good Ante numbers Tomic, who was absolutely dominant in the painting.
The entry into liza of the benches provided a second quarter equally thrilling in which Betis kept in touch on the scoreboard thanks to the triples with whom he continued to bombard the Barca hoop, an exercise in which they distinguished themselves at rest (45-48 ) AJ Slaughter (4 of 5) and Tobias Borg (2 of 3).
A technique to the local technician, Curro Segura, as soon as the third period began opened a partial 0-7 that stretched the Barca advantage, an income that the US base Cory Higgins stretched to its maximum (50-63, min. 24) at Score your fifth triple in seven attempts.
On the return of the dead time requested by Segura, eleven consecutive points of Obi Enechionyia, a robbery with mate and three triples, again tightened the scoreboard (63-67, min. 27), which forced a until then discreet Nikola Mirotic to emerge in attack to stretch the rent a little in the absence of the final ten minutes (69-78).
The final quarter began with a shot from ten meters away from Slaughter that reminded Barca that he should fight until the end to win a victory that he buckled thanks to the success of Higgins and the good direction in the final minutes of a Delaney who distributed some key assists to his Inner men
The Betics believed until the end in their good star from the outside and tried until, literally, the last second not to take off from an adversary who asserted in São Paulo the wealth of resources of his squad.
95 – Coosur Real Betis (23 + 22 + 24 + 26): Sipahi (7), Slaughter (24), Conger (3), Enechionyia (24), Izundu (6) – initial five -, Oliver (5), Niang (-), Borg (6), Witthington (2) and Rivers (18).
100 – FC Barcelona (28 + 20 + 30 + 22): Higgins (24), Hanga (4), Mirotic (19), Smits (5), Tomic (9) – initial five -, Oriola (7), Abrines (6), Delaney (16), Davies (2) and Kuric (8).
Referees: Hierrezuelo, Olivares and Martinez Fernandez. They eliminated by five personnel to the local Izundu (min. 37).
Incidents: Match of the eighth day of the Endesa League played at the San Pablo Municipal Sports Palace in Seville before 5,410 spectators.