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Third ACB win prior to the Euroleague debut

Third ACB win prior to the Euroleague debut
Monbus Obradoiro was again a tough rival for Real Madrid, who started yesterday with the French trio Causeur, Heurtel and Yabusele. Despite's Real good first minutes (20-13 in the first quarter), the visitors did not lose track of Laso's squad thanks mostly to Ellenson (20 points at the end of the game) and the score at halftime was 36-30 for the locals.

Moncho Fernández's men's defense in the third period allowed them to grow in the game and get a 1-14 run that was getting Obradoiro the lead newly (46-49), but Llull tied the game with a three pointer buzzer for entering the last 10 minutes with the score leveled at 51.

Sergio Llull was to lead Real's take off in the last quarter: six points (3 free throws and a basket and 1) rounded his consecutive 9 points in only 3 minutes. Rudy Fernández and again Williams-Goss (always ready for the last minutes of the game) backed up Llull (13-4 run for Real), and a new three from the captain got to the scoreboard a Madrid 14 points' advantage (74-60).

Third win of the ACB season for Real Madrid (78-68), who hosts Anadolu Efes, current Euroleague's champion, at the Palacio on Thursday.