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Liga Endesa round up (week 30)

Rudy Fernandez exploded for 30 points as Real Madrid returned to winning ways with a 92-79 win at home to Zaragoza.

The game was broken open in the second when Madrid, trailing by one at the half, led 67-60 after three quarters and started the final quarter strong, thus seeing out the win.

Sergio Llull added 13 points for Real Madrid who continue their march to the Liga Endesa title.

Joseph Jones and Jonathan Tabu each scored 14 for Zaragoza.

Second placed Valencia kept the pressure on Real with an 83-71 win at home to Bilbao. Justin Doellman, Vladimir Lucic and Ksistof Lavrinovic all led the scoring with 13 points.

Despite the double-digit win, Bilbao, who have struggled this season pushed them all the way to the finish line, German Gabriel led all scorers in vain with 17 for the visitors.

Barcelona’s chemistry at the start of the season might have been at fault for their league position, but they are getting it right at the moment as they comfortably defeated Laboral Kutxa 91-75 at the Palau Blaugrana.

Barca won all four quarters, en route to the win as Brazilain Marcelinho Huertas led the scoring with 22 points.

Fourth placed Unicaja Malaga despatched of relegation-threatened Bruixa d’Or 91-75 at home as they kept the pressure on Barcelona.

It was a dominant first quarter performance from the hosts, where they led 24-12, never letting Bruixa d’Or any breathing space as they cruised to the win. Zoran Dragic leading the winners with 16 points.

Gran Canaria kept their great season going, as they announced that they would be hosting the 2015 Copa Del Rey, they also opened a new arena and thumped Fuenlabrada 96-75.

Eulis Baez led gran Canaria with 19 points, including hitting three triples in that tally as the hosts broke the game open in the third quarter to secure the win.

Cajasol Seville strengthened their eighth and final Playoff spot with an 81-67 home win over Tenerife.

Marcus Landry led the victors with 17 points.

Rounding off the weekend schedule in Spain, there were wins for Gipuzkoa, as they beat basement side Valladolid 82-67. Murcia grabbed a precious 89-85 road win at Joventut Badalona and Estudiantes’ good run continues as they beat Monbus 87-77 in the Spanish capital.

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