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Virtus Segafredo Bologna reopens the Scudetto final by beating Olimpia Milano 84-78 and scoring the 3-2 point.

Virtus Bologna

Alessandro Pajola, 6.5: puts the Juventus game in order and scores a very, very heavy basket.

Daniel Hackett, 6.5: in the central part of the match he holds the keys to the Juventus game firmly in his hand.

JaKarr Sampson, 6.5: in the final he defends strong and scores two points in the economy of the match.

Kyle Weems, 6: more present in the match than in previous matches. Growing.

Isaiah Cordinier 6.5: he too appeared in great growth. The energy of him is felt and also in attack is present. The final dunk is the exclamation point on the virtussian victory.

Nico Mannion, grade 6: in the minutes played he does no damage and manages the Juventus game in a firm way.

Marco Belinelli, grade 7: in the end his experience can be seen in full. Heavy points and plays.

Amar Albegovic, grade 5: in the 7 minutes played it does not affect.

Mam Jaiteh 7.5: closes with 17 points and 13 rebounds. He dominates under the boards in the first half and then gets lost a bit but remains fundamental in the success of Virtus.

Toko Shengelia, 8: he is not stopped even by a feverish attack. In the second half he picks up the baton from Jaiteh and makes good and bad weather in the area. The 80-75 triple is also very heavy.

Milos Theodosic, 7: for someone like him this is a game between the lines but deserves half a vote more for the triple that brings Virtus back in the final.

Olimpia Milan

Nicolò Melli, 6.5: he scores 20 points and guarantees a lot of substance in the area and in defense but the technician taken in the final who relaunches Virtus weighs heavily.

Jerian Grant, 6: puts the game from four points of parity at the beginning of the fourth quarter and seems to be growing rapidly in the last few games.

Devon Hall, 5.5: he starts well but then gets lost and in the second half he strengths a lot.

Shavon Shields, 5: the worst game of this series for him. He gets hurt and comes back twice but never manages to affect the attack.

Kyle Hines, 7: the last to surrender. Play a sumptuous fourth quarter.

Sergio Rodriguez, 7: he also never gives up and keeps the boat afloat with 18 points.

Giampaolo Ricci, 5: game subdued for him who scores only 2 points.

Ben Bentil, 5: bad evening for him who commits three fouls in an amen and fails to enter the game.

Gigi Datome, 5.5: he never gives up but in attack he doesn’t give the usual contribution.

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