It’s as you were in the Liga Endesa with no real significant changes in the table, as Real Madrid remain unbeaten with a 102-65 win over second-bottom Murcia.
Rudy Fernandez led the league leaders with 21 points as Real go 23-0 and are firmly on course to go through the season unbeaten. Many say that their toughest test will come against Barcelona in Catalunya, but that isn’t until week 32.
Valencia stayed second thanks to a 91-83 home win over Unicaja Malaga.
Tied at 22-22 after one period of play, Valencia stepped up their defence and held Malaga to just 8 points as they enjoyed a 39-30 cushion. From there, Valencia were able to keep their advantage going, answering any burst Unicaja Malaga had.
Romain Sato led Valencia with 18 points. Unicaja are fifth.
Mario Hezonja went for 26 points as Barcelona beat La Bruixa d’Or 91-63 at home, further solidifying their third place spot.
Gran Canaria are fourth after a hard-fought 77-70 win at home to Bilbao. Ben Hansbrough once again proved the difference as he led the victors with 16 points.
Alex Mumbru led all scorers with 21 points for Bilbao as they are in 11th, away from the playoff picture.
Laboral Kutxa, who reportedly cut Lamar Odom over the weekend edged an improved Estudiantes side 87-84 in the Spanish capital.
David Jelinek and Fernando San Emerterio led Laboral Kutxa with 15 points each as they strengthened their grip on a playoff spot. Cajasol Seville and Joventut Badalona are hot on the heels and both recorded wins over the weekend.
Cajasol were comfortable 84-68 winners over Valladolid and Joventut Badalona had to battle but eventually got the better of Gipuzkoa 76-65 in the Catalan capital.
Zaragoza stayed in sixth place with a resounding 85-58 win over Rio Natura Monbus at home. Belgian international Jonathan Tabu and Michael Roll both led Zaragoza with 15 points.
Alberto Corbacho led Monbus with 12.
Fuenlabrada romped to an 84-68 win over Tenerife as a 28-18 second quarter turned the tide after Fuenlabrada had originally trailed after the first ten minutes of play.
A well balanced scoring attack from the winners was led by Andy Panko, James Feldeine and Marcus Arnold, who all got 15 points.