CAIRO (FIBA Africa Champions Cup 2016) - Tunisian champions Club Africain on Monday proved too much for Primeiro D'Agosto on the final day of the FIBA Africa Champions Cup (ACC) 2016 Group A.
Quezada was a one-man show for the Angolans making 9 of his 20 field-goal attempts to finish with a game-high 29 points, however, Club Africain's team effort made the difference.
Four players - including Kyle Vinales, Ziyed Chennoufi, Mohamed Dhifallah and Averon Mathews - scored in double figures, combining for 63 points.
The Tunisians dominated throughout the game, leading all but 2:23 minutes, out-rebounded the former FIBA ACC winners 47-34, and led by as many as 14 points.
With the win, Club Africain finished their Group A campaign in Second-Place behind hosts El Ahly, while D'Agosto dropped to fourth.
In the final game of the day, El Ahly reaffirmed their Group Phase supremacy, outscoring Nigeria champions Kano Pillars 92-76.
The Egyptians, who remain as the only undefeated team so far, never trailed, led by as many 37 points, and secured a convincing win.
But the difference between the two sides laid on the skill set and the way the Egyptians executed their offense plan, which resulted in 33 assists against Pillars' 13. The Nigerians never really coped with El Ahly's offensive game, allowing 16 of 35 three-points attempts.
Early in the day, Recreativo do Libolo dispatched Uganda's City Oilers 98-44.
It was a one-sided game which saw the Angolans leading by as many as 55 points.
Both Stanley Ocitti and Kami Kabangu - the only two Oilers to score in double figures - combined for 26 points, while Jekel Foster ignited Libolo's offense scoring 18 of his game-high 20 points from behind the three-point line.
With the win, the FIBA ACC 2014 winners finished on the top of Group B, while the Ugandan champions conceded their fourth straight defeat, finishing bottom of the group.
As much as Cameroon's BEAC Basketball tried to secure their second Group B victory, they were never a match for GS Petroliers of Algeria.
The North Africans outscored BEAC 81-56 to finish the Group Phase behind Libolo.
Following Monday's actions, here are the Quarter-Finals pairing to tip off on Wednesday 14 December.
BEAC Basketball (Cameroon) v El Ahly (Egypt).
Kano Pillars (Nigeria) v GS Petroliers (Algeria).
Primeiro D'Agosto (Angola) v Recreativo do Libolo (Angola).
AS Sale (Morocco) v Club Africain (Tunisia).
City Oilers and Nzui-Manto of Cameroon - the two winless teams so far - will face off in the 9th-10th Place-Game.