Baskonia, Real Madrid and Barcelona tied on top of the ACB standings

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After the end of the seventh round in the Liga Endesa, Baskonia, Real Madrid and Barcelona are tied on top of the standings (6-1).

The Basques dominated Valencia at home (77-56) and easily claimed their sixth win in the league. The hosts played very well on both ends of the floor and cruised to an easy victory.

Tornike Shengelia led the winners in scoring with 14 points, whereas Matt Thomas scored a game-high 16 points for the losing squad.

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Earlier today, Real Madrid suffered their first defeat of the season in all competitions, as they lost to Andorra at home (105-107).

Dylan Ennis had 17 points for the winners, while he also hit the game-winning shot, with three seconds to go. On the other hand, Jaycee Carroll made an excellent performance for the “Whites” (32 points, six three-pointers).
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On Saturday, Fuenlabrada edged Barcelona at home (79-73) and handed the Catalans their first loss in the ACB.

Luka Rupnik posted 15 points for the winners, whereas Thomas Heurtel and Pierre Oriola contributed 14 and 12 points, respectively, for the losing squad.

Baskonia, Real Madrid and Barcelona now have identical records (6-1), with Unicaja Malaga just one victory away (5-2).

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