ImageAfter six consecutive wins, Cajasol finally lost at home against Fuenlabrada (81-90), in a game which saw a re-born Antonio Bueno to perform a great show in his comeback to Seville, scoring 29 points and being unstoppable for local defense.

It has to be a former player, Antonio Bueno, the one who broke this great winning streak for Cajasol. With a great show, especially on the first ten minutes of game, he helped his team to get a vital win which keeps Fuenlabrada on the run for playoffs.

Cajasol started the game too slow. Instead, Fuenlabrada played like a train, running the floor every time, with hard defense and good shoots. And this gave visiting team 13 points of advantage after ten minutes. They wouldn't loose it anymore.

Meanwhile, Cajasol had a poor 3-point percenteage, and main star Clay Tucker was not confortable at all with Vuk Radivojevic defense on him. This made the team collapse, and they simply couldn't find easy ways to score. It looked like they thought they work was done even before the start.

That was a great error, because they still have to win one more game to feel save from relegation. To add more problems, Clay Tucker commited four personal fouls in the first half, which showed how far away he was from the game.

The second half saw some good minutes by Andres Miso and Michal Ignerski in a last effort to tie the game, but Fuenlabrada, thanks to a great Kristaps Valters and a cold-blooded Tskitishvily, managed to keep distance and get the win.

81 – Cajasol (15+18+20+28): Miso (13), Ellis (9), Tucker (17), Savanovic (6), Triguero (-) -starting five-, Rivero (-), Rey (6), Caner-Medley (10), Ignerski (17), Milisavljevic (3)

90 – Alta Gestión Fuenlabrada (28+20+21+21): Valters (11), Radivojevic (4), Blanco (9), Mainoldi (6), Bueno (29) -starting five-, Sandes (2), Oleson (14), Tskitishvili (15), López (-)