Erika de Souza is glad to help out Amaya Valdemoro.
With a crowd of 2240 watching in Valencia, it looked like Ros Casares was going to coast to a win by halftime. However, Prague staged a second-half comeback but could not match the first half numbers of El Ros as they fell short to the Spaniards, 81-70.
A game report, a box score, a play-by-play report and a small gallery can all be found right here. Ros Casares moves to the quarter-finals with a win over Prague on Friday.
Ros Casares won each of the first two quarter by at least ten points and had a 52-31 lead at the halftime break. However, El Ros would not break the century mark. Prague outscored Ros Casares in the second half, winning both quarters. A free throw by Charde Houston with 3:41 left in the game closed the gap to 71-62 but Prague would get no closer than eight points to Ros Casares.
Sandra la Drean had 8 points and 8 rebounds for Prague. Ros Casares would have 23 turnovers in this game. Sonja Kireta would have 18 points and 8 rebounds for the Czechs, who had 12 steals.
Five players scored in double figures for Ros Casares, including Delisha Milton-Jones with 14 points and six rebounds. The player of the game was clearly the Beast from Brazil, Erika de Souza:
3 blocked shots
28 minutes of play
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