The Real Madrid continued his triumphal march in the ACB after clearly surpassing a Casademont Zaragoza that accumulates three consecutive defeats and that showed signs of improvement for a few minutes but not enough to dispute the game against the white team, which had in the reappearance of Anthony Randolph the best news after almost a year off due to his Achilles tendon injury (65-86).
The team of Pablo Laso remained firm in its defense of the leadership after beating an Aragonese team that kept the rate for two quarters and a half but ended up succumbing to the greater potential of their opponent.
The Real Madrid broke the game midway through the third quarter and from there the locals were always in tow with no options to disturb their opponent, who ended up winning with force.
The excellent defense of the Madrid team made Casademont Zaragoza do it at night in the first minutes, reaching up to seven points behind in just four minutes (2-9).
The hands had many problems with the white defense and when they shot to the basket they were always in a hurry, which resulted in many errors as shown by the 5 of 17 shooting from the field in the first ten minutes.
However, Jaume Ponsarnau’s men were able to read the match better in the second quarter and with penetrations, better blocks and better shot selection, especially in the triples, they not only came back with an exceptional Matt Mobley (13 points) but also turned the corner. electronic, reaching up to eight rental points (33-25).
However, the return of Edy Tavares to the parquet made the “rojillos” again have problems although they reached refreshment time with a slight advantage (36-35).
After the break, the Madrid team reimposed the defense law, left Casademont Zaragoza by 13 points in the third quarter and put land in between reaching their maximum advantage, 11 points (48-59), which began to weigh as a slab for his rival and that he no longer showed the ability to recover from the first half so he ended up being clearly surpassed.
65 – Casademont Zaragoza (15 + 21 + 13 + 16): San Miguel (5), Font (-), Okoye (15), Vanwijn (4), Deon Thompson (5) -starting five- Radoncic (9), Hlinason (6), Javi García (-), Mobley (13) , Waczynski (6) and Sipahi (2).
86 – Real Madrid (20 + 15 + 24 + 27): Williams-Goss (7), Llull (17), Hanga (4), Yabusele (9), Tavares (3) -starting five- Núñez (2), Heurtel (13), Vukcevic (-), Poirier (7), Randolph (7), Taylor (9) and Causeur (8).
Referees: Pérez Pérez, Oyón and Vicente Martínez. There were no excluded.
Incidents: match corresponding to the twelfth day of the League played in the Príncipe Felipe pavilion before 6,083 spectators.