Murcia came back from a double-digit deficit and had the chance to “steal” the victory, but Real Madrid stepped up and claimed the win (80-82).
The “Whites” led by 11 points, but the hosts turned things around and made it an one possession game (74-73). The visitors, though, stood tall and made some big shots to seal the deal.
Facundo Campazzo led the way for the winners, with a game-high 20 points (5/6 shooting), while Anthony Randolph and Fabien Caseur added 12 and 10 points, respectively.
Milton Doyle and Askia Booker posted 17 points apiece for the losing squad, with Ovie Soko contributing 14 points.
Real Madrid improved to 23-6, whereas Murcia dropped to 9-20.