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MADRID, 16 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) –

UCAM Murcia beat Monbus Obradoiro (70-104) with great superiority this Saturday to take third place in the Endesa League, with a balance of 4 wins and 2 losses, while Joventut put their status as a team at risk. ‘playoff’ after falling at home against Morabanc Andorra.

At the Multipurpose Fontes do Sar, Sito Alonso’s team won comfortably by 34 ahead, which serves to establish its largest away win in history, surpassing the 29 difference achieved last season on the field of the Coosur Real Betis (55-84).

This Saturday – in a new display of his physique – UCAM Murcia leaned on Isaiah Taylor, author of 21 points (25 valuation). The game, which was resolved at half-time, was finally decided thanks to the annotations of Webb (16) and McFadden (14) in a round afternoon for Alonso’s pupils.

In addition, MoraBanc Andorra stormed the Olímpic by 73-79 to catch a breath and get away from the dangerous area of ​​the table. Those of the Principality are the first this season to win in the fiefdom of Joventut after an even game that they decided in the third quarter. The best in the Andorran was Amine Noua (26 points).

For its part, Valencia Basket -which occupies the tenth position- beat the fierce Hereda San Pablo Burgos overcoming the injuries that plague the team. The ‘taronjas’ had to sweat to take the victory by 65-69, thanks, among other players, to the success of Labeyrie (24 valuation) and leader of a choral triumph in the ‘che’ box.

The great triumph of Baxi Manresa in front of their public completed Saturday’s menu to finish off Unicaja 85-74. The Andalusians were close to wiping their disadvantage, but those of Pedro Martínez were sensational to rise to twelfth position. Pérez (15 points), Bako (14) and Tomasson (11), the best in the Catalan team.

– RESULTS OF DAY 6.

-Saturday.

MONBUS OBRADOIRO – UCAM MURCIA 70-104.

YOUTH BADALONA – MORABANC ANDORRA 73-79.

HEREDA SAN PABLO BURGOS – VALENCIA BASKET 65-69.

BAXI MANRESA – UNICAJA 85-74.

-Sunday.

SURNE BILBAO BASKET – URBAS FUENLABRADA 12:30 h.

GRAN CANARIA – COOSUR REAL BETIS 13:00 h.

BREOGÁN RIVER – REAL MADRID 17:00 h.

BASKONIA – LENOVO TENERIFE 18:30 h.