By Eurohoops team/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Valencia got the big 75-65 win over Barcelona and suddenly the top of the standings in Liga Endesa is still in question. The Catalans have the first place but only a one win advantage (27-4).
Real Madrid beat Unicaja on the road by 26 points (88-62) and with a 26-5 record is now tied with Valencia at the second place. Fernando San Emeterio with 13 points was the top scorer of Valencia with the trio of Antoine Diot, Romain Sato and Luke Sikma adding 10 points each.
Laboral Kutxa, which has also played already an extra game in order to clear its schedule ahead of the Euroleague Final Four, beat Andorra on the road and remains fourth with a 23-9 record. Meanwhile Gipuzkoa with just 5 wins in 31 games is already mathematically relegated.
Liga Endesa 2015-16 – 31st Day
Valencia-Barcelona (San Emeterio 13 p.)
Manresa-Sevilla 65-72 (Nachbar 15 p.)
Fuenlabrada-Zaragoza 105-85 (Popovic 21 p.)
Gran Canaria-Estudiantes 82-80 (Baez 15 p.)
Joventut Badalona-Gipuzkoa Basket 90-88 (Abalde 15 p.)
Andorra-Laboral Kutxa 91-99 (Adams 25 p.)
Unicaja–Real Madrid 62-88 (Carroll 20 p.)
Obradoiro CAB-Bilbao 93-89 (Bendzius 22 p.)
Murcia-Iberostar Tenerife 88-83 (Antelo 19 p.)