Real Madrid was crowned Endesa League champions for the 34th time in the club’s history after downing Baskonia in Game 4 of the final at the Buesa Arena to clinch a 3-1 series triumph. The Whites once again evidenced their winning spirit, which is part of the club’s DNA, to overcome the opposition and a record-breaking attendance, paced by MVP Rudy Fernández, who produced a decisive performance with 27 points, 17 of which came in the third quarter, and a PIR of 33. Campazzo (17 a nd 20) and Ayón (14 and 18), were outstanding performers.
This success sees the trophy haul during Pablo Laso’s tenure continue to grow and it’s now 15 pieces of silverware in seven seasons. Real Madrid, meanwhile, adds to its legacy with a seventh league and European Cup double in the club’s history in a stunning season in which the injury problems failed to stand in the way of the continent’s most decorated basketball team.