After the surprising defeat against Borac from Čačak and almost another one against Tamiš, Crvena Zvezda managed to show its strength against Mladost from Zemun. The home team didn’t stand a chance against the defending Serbian champion and from the first second the Red and Whites took the control of the game. After the second half Dušan Alimpijević’s squad had 57 over Mladost 39 points.
Only three players in Zvezda didn’t have 10 or more points, 7 players were with double-digit score. Two players in the Red and White team had 14 points each, Mathias Lessort and Marko Kešelj, while two added 1 point less, Nikola Jovanović and Branko Lazić. Dejan Davidovac finished the game with 12, Alen Omić with 11 and Filip Čović with 10 points.
Veljko Brkić scored 19 points for Mladost, while his teammate Aleksa Novaković added 14. Two more players were with double-digit score: Vuk Malidžan (12) and Vojin Svilar (10).
What Crvena Zvezda couldn’t do, the team from Serbian league was able to accomplish. In the 6th round the team from Čačak was stopped by Zlatibor, who scored 102 points, while Borac had 93. Now the Red and Whites and Jovica Arsić squad have 5 wins and 1 loss.
The home team was leading after every quarter and didn’t let Čačak’s squad to mess with them on their own court. Zlatibor dominated in almost every aspect of the game. Borac only was better in second chance points (14 over Zlatibor 8). Also, an interesting fact was that the Borac bench players scored more points (49) than the starters ones (44).
Dragoslav Papić, with 24 points, was the best scorer in Vanja Guša’s team, while Bogdan Riznić scored 22 and Svetozar Popović, 21. In Borac, Aleksandar Radulović scored 20; Miloš Dimić, 16; and Nikola Pešaković, 14.
In the last game of the first day of the Round 6, Mega managed to score its 3rd win. This time the opponent was Tamiš, and the final result was 62 – 73 for the guests.
Three players were the best scorers in Dejan Milojević’s squad, all of them finished the game with 12 points: Andrija Marjanović, Ognjen Čarapić and Stefan Fundić. Also, two players scored 10 points each one: Nikola Mišković and Goga Bitadze.
In Tamiš, Stefan Savić had 17 points and he was one of the two players who finished the game with more than 10 points. The second one was Ivan Smiljanić who stopped at 12.