Real Madrid extends undefeated streak to 17-0; Baskonia suffers another loss

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Nikola Miloradovic

12/Nov/23 21:57

Wins for Valencia and Barcelona

By Eurohoops team /

Real Madrid continues its winning streak with an undefeated record of 17-0 across Supercup, ACB League, and EuroLeague games.

In their latest match, Real Madrid faced Bilbao, who put up a strong fight against the reigning champions. However, Chus Mateaо’s side ultimately prevailed with an 84-87 victory on the road.

Facu Campazzo led the winning side with 14 points, six assists, and five rebounds, while Fabien Causeur and Gabriel Deck contributed 12 points each.

For Bilbao, Kristian Kullamae scored 17 points, Melwin Pantzar added 11, and Sacha Killeya Jones scored 10 points.

Baskonia losses to Obradoiro in double OT

Baskonia has a 2-0 record in the EuroLeague since the arrival of Dusko Ivanovic, but they are 0-2 in the ACB League. They suffered a loss to Obradoiro, 108-95, in a 50-minute basketball match

Marcus Howard led Baskonia with 33 points, but his brother Jordan Howard led Obradoiro to victory with 22 points.

Codi Miller McIntyre added 16 points with seven assists and six boards for the losing side. Matt Costello contributed 14 points with seven rebounds, and Tadas Sedekerskis recorded a double-double with 13 points and rebounds.

Artem Pustovyi followed Jordan Howard with 20 points and eight boards in Obradoiro, Thomas Scrubb added 19 points, Roko Badžim 15, and Tres Tinkle had a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds.

In other results, Valencia defeated Zaragoza 76-69, with Xabi Lopez Arostegui scoring 18 points, while Jabari Parker led Barcelona to a 94-83 victory over Tenerife at home, reaching 18 points, with Rokas Jokubaitis adding 13.

ACB League Round 9 results:

Andorra – Manresa 86-90
Breogan – Joventut 85-77
Palencia – Murcia 66-76
Girona – Unicaja 78-82
Obradoiro – Baskonia 108-95 OT
Gran Canaria – Granada 89-75
Valencia – Zaragoza 76-69
Bilbao – Real Madrid 84-87
Barcelona – Tenerife 94-83

Standings: Real Madrid 9-0, Barcelona 7-2, Valencia 7-2, Unicaja 6-3, Murcia 6-3…