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ACB Week 21 Round-up

Real Madrid is still leading the standings, now 3 wins away from Caja Laboral, which lost on the road. FC Barcelona climbs up to third position after winning a thriller. Nikola Mirotic is the MVP of the week.

Up to 6 players scored 10 points or more in Valencia to beat CB Canarias 105-85. The visiting team could nothing to stop Perasovic’s team that is still on fire since performing at a high level at the Spanish cup.

Lagun Aro San Sebastian took another step forward to avoid relegation. This time they bested Blancos de Rueda Valladolid 94-78. Morris Finley proved to be the perfect addition to the team, along with local hero David Doblas.

Uxue Bilbao won on the road over a tough Fiatc Joventut 70-81. Oliver scored 17 points in a losing effort, mainly because of a great job by Moerman, Mumbrú and Nikos Zisis.

In Seville, Cai Zaragoza worked as a team to defeat home team Cajasol 67-75 in a tough game. Pedro Llompart took advantage of Satoranski’s absence to lead his team to the win.

Carl English returned to action with Asefa Estudiantes after the Spanish Cup to score 17 points and help his team to top Unicaja Malaga 82-68. The andalusian team never had a chance partly because of 21 turnovers during the game.

Ucam Murcia got a valuable win away from home over Herbalife Gran Canaria 68-78. A brilliant game by Joe Ragland, who scored 21 points, allowed the visiting team to be 6only 2 wins away from playoffs right now. Scoring ace Ryan Toolson netted 17 points in a losing effort.

Nikola Mirotic is the MVP of the week in Spain thanks to his 23 points and 9 rebounds in Real Madrid’s win over Básquet Manresa 104-70. The visiting team was just a puppet not only in Mirotic’s hands, but also in Sergio Rodriguez’s, who dished 14 assists.

FC Barcelona Regal won a thriller over Mad-Croc Fuenlabrada 72-70 thanks to a Tomic’s tip when the game was about to finish. The Croatian center, proving to be unstoppable this year, led his team 18 points in front of Rob Kurz, who did his best but was not enough.

Blusens Monbus snapped Caja Laboral’s 12-game winning streak after a great basketball game. Levon Kendall scored 19 points a grabbed 11 rebounds to put his team away. Lampe and Nemanja Bjelica tried to avoid it, but the damage was already done.

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