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Valencia dominated ALBA Berlin at home (89-63) and won the best-of-three series (2-1) to claim the EuroCup title.

This is the fourth time that Valencia wins the title, while the Spaniards also secured their ticket to the 2019/20 EuroLeague.

ALBA made a better start to the game (0-11), but Valencia took over after that. Not only were they in front by 13 at halftime (46-33), but led by as many as 28 points to cruise to an easy victory (84-56).

Matt Thomas led the winners with a game-high 19 points (16 of them in the first half). Bojan Dubljevic and Fernando San Emeterio added 18 points apiece.

Rokas Giedraitis (19 points) and Peyton Siva (14 points, four assists) were the only players that scored in double figures for the losing squad.

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