85-87: Real Madrid stamp their authority on the Clásico

12 Apr 2021

The notable absences of Randolph, Deck and Thompkins, nor the presence of Gasol, nor Barça’s good form, who had won 16 in a row, could prevent Real Madrid from continuing their spectacular run in the league. Laso’s side improved their lead at the Palau and are now three wins clear of the Catalans with seven games left in the regular season. The madridistas have now won 14 games, equalling their best away start in the ACB (15) and remain unbeaten on the road.

A great team performance, led by Rudy (13 points) and home-grown players Garuba and Tristan (11 each), key to the win over the blaugranas in a Clásico that was decided in the final seconds with a great move from Laprovittola (12 points).

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