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The ACB League of Spain lived a few days full of action, with a double date for some that left very good performances by the Argentine ambassadors.
Real Madrid entered a double to stay at the top next to Barcelona (both with a 24-6 record). On Thursday, he beat Murcia as a visitor (82-80), with a Facundo Campazzo who made them all on his return to his old house: 20 points (3-4 doubles, 2-2 triples, 8-10 free), 2 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 robberies in 22 minutes. Gabriel Deck , meanwhile, collaborated with 4 goals (1-1 double, 2-2 free), 2 recores, a pass goal and 3 recoveries in 17 minutes.
On Saturday, meanwhile, he was beaten in the visit to Burgos (102-84), with 5 units (1-4 triples, 2-2 free), 2 boards, 5 assists and a robbery in 19 minutes of Facu ; and 2 points (2-2 free), a rebound, a pass goal and a recovery in 15 minutes from santiagueño.
Baskonia also added two wins to stay close to the top (mark 23-7). On Friday he achieved a triumph in his visit to leader Barcelona (84-72). There were 2 points (2-2 free), 5 assists and 2 robberies by Luca Vildoza (20 minutes); and somewhat (1-2 free), 3 boards, 2 goal passes and a robbery by Patricio Garino (21 minutes).
And Sunday came a solid 81-72 against Manresa, with 10 units (1-1 double, 2-6 triples, 2-2 free), a board, 2 goal passes and a Pato recovery (20 minutes); and 4 goals (1-4 doubles, 2-2 free), 4 rebounds, 5 assists and a robbery of the base (25 minutes).
Another who smiled was Gipuzkoa, who won 74-61 against Murcia and left the descent area after a long time (16° with 10-20). Federico Van Lacke played 31 minutes and collaborated with 3 points (1-3 doubles, 1-2 free), 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 robberies and a cover.
The one who fell in the bottom was Breogán de Lucio Redivo , who lost on Saturday to Valencia (83-82). The Bahian escort was his top scorer, with 18 points (2-5 doubles, 4-8 triples, 2-2 free), an assist and 2 robberies in 21 minutes.
Meanwhile, Joventut ( Nicolás Laprovittola and Marcos Delia ) and Tenerife ( Nicolás Brussino and Nicolás Richotti ) saw no action during the week, as they had advanced their matches for the participation of the Canaries in the Final Four of the Champions League. In fact, Tenerife reached the final thanks to a huge task by Brussi (17 goals, 4 recobres and 3 assists in 70-54 in the semi-final against Antwerp), but ended up losing the decisive match against Virtus Bologna (73-61).
Publication Date: 08/05/2019
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