The second team “Riga” won the Serbian team “Liman” in the final with 21:20, which was the favorite of this tournament.
Lasmanis stood out in the final with 11 points, four for Krūmiņš and Čavar, but two points for Barley.
Three minutes before the end of the match, “Riga” was in the lead with 17:20, but Krūmiņa one of the two free throws reached 18:20. Shortly afterwards, the opponents did not throw a long shot, but Krūmiņš scored from the bottom of the basket. A moment later, “Riga” failed to pull out the victory with a long shot, but the rebounded ball again became the property of the Latvians. Lasmanis’ decision to throw a long shot “Riga” brought victory in Doha.
“Riga” won the “Bielefeld” team from Germany in the quarterfinals on Saturday with 21: 7. Lasmanis scored nine points in the quarterfinals, five points for Miezis, four points for Krūmiņš, and Čavars scored three points.
Meanwhile, in the semi-final “Riga” with 21:13 won the Lithuanian unit Utena “Uniclub”, which was awarded the 14th number. Krūmiņš was the most productive in the semi-finals with ten points, Miezis scored six points, while Lasmanis and Čavars earned four and one point, respectively.
It has already been reported that “Riga” on Friday in the first game of group B with the result 21:15 beat the Japanese team “Yoyogi”, which was sown with the number 13, but in the second match the Latvians with the result 22:15 prevailed over the Saudi team “Jeddah”, who received the seventh number.
The final tournament in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, will take place on December 11 and 12 and will feature the top 12 teams in the FIBA World Tour ranking.
There are only five races on the World Tour during the Covid-19 pandemic season. Three of them took place in Debrecen in August and September, where “Riga” celebrated the victory in one of the stages, but in the other two it stopped in the semi-finals and quarterfinals.