No segundo jogo das quartas de final do NBB, o FlaBasquete venceu o Mogi por 77 a 67 na noite desta sexta-feira (30/04), no Maracanãzinho.
Confira a versão condensada (somente as cestas de quadra) da vitória do Flamengo sobre o Mogi pelo Jogo 2 das quartas de final do #NBB! #NossoBasquete.
Confira os melhores momentos da vitória do Flamengo sobre o Mogi (77 a 67) no Jogo 2 das quartas de final do NBB! #NBB #NossoBasquete.
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