The locals offered the recent Supercopa and last year's Liga ACB to the fans before the start of the game against Iberostar Tenerife. Laso's men were off to a good start leading by 9 at the end of the first quarter. Randolph was the man of that first period.
Despite Real Madrid's command in the second period, the visitors managed to get to half time only trailing by 5 points (40-35). Tenerfie was able to stay alive during most of the third period as well but 7 points scored by Sergio Llull in the last 2 minutes of that quarter, followed by 7 more points scored by Felipe Reyes right by the beginning of the last period gave the locals a run that would lead to the victory.
Ayón grabbed 17 rebounds, his personal record and the higher number of rebounds a Real Madrid player has gotten since 2009.
Laso's men launch the season with a good win at home, and they visit Valencia Basket on Friday.