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The Whites will play the Finals again in the Spanish Championship

The Whites will play the Finals again in the Spanish Championship
Joventut was able to upset Real Madrid in the first game of the semi finals (83-93), at the Wizink Center, despite a monstruous performance from Tavares (18 points, 14 rebounds, 4 blocks, 38 PIR) that was responded on the visitors' end by Kyle Guy, who scored 30 points.

But Real's response on the second game of the series was conclusive, in spite of a very balanced first half (36-40). The locals made a great defensive job during the second half (Kyle Guy, 5 points in the game) and got a 54-33 run in the second part of the game for the victory, 90-73.

The third game was for Real from the beginning: with Guy leading on the scoring end for Duran's men, Musa (25 points, 29 PIR), Yabusele and Hezonja pulled the strings for the guests, and Real was leading by 16 points by halftime (32-48) and by 27 points at the end of the third quarter, 43-70.

Joventut's pride got them on a 30-8 run (73-78) with only 1:10 to go on the clock, as Mateo's men had gotten too confident about the win, but Real was able to score 5 points and keep the locals scoreless for the remaining of the game.

The fourth and final game of the series was again for Real Madrid as the exhaustion showed up on Joventut's side. A good and balanced first half of the game (35-38), gave way to a dominant and dynamic Madrid that did not need much offensive power from Tavares.

The Whites cruised during the third and fourth quarters for an aggregate run of 38-56, and the final win, 73-94, that was giving the guests the third win of the series and a ticket to the Finals.