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It was one of the most anticipated matches of the weekend and it did not disappoint since Cáceres P. Humanidad raised a tough battle in the Municipal de Palencia to beat an EasyCharger Palencia who had to work hard. But once again, Pedro Rivero’s slate served the Palencia team to begin to break with the defensive traps of Extremadura. All a work of wear and tear in which the direction of Dani Rodríguez and the physical superiority of Bamba Fall under the hoops was too much for a Cáceres condemned for his lack of exterior success despite his good work on the rebound (78-69).

A victory that led him to be temporary leader after, on Saturday night, TAU Castelló managed to break Unicaja Oviedo’s unbeaten record at Pumarín, in a match in which Natxo Lezkano’s men were given no option despite that in the last quarter they managed to react. The TAU Castelló thus signed an important victory for the next few weeks that places it in the noble zone of the table.

Pending were in Palencia of what Movistar Estudiantes did on Sunday. The Madrid team suffered to beat HLA Alicante, which arrived with the aim of taking the first victory of the course and which managed to force extra time at the Wizink Center. But the success of Lucas Faggiano, with 26 points and a PIR of 29, was key for José Ramón Cuspinera’s men to take the victory that secures them at the top of the table.

It was on a Sunday afternoon that Covirán Granda and Melilla Sport Baloncesto managed to establish themselves in the noble zone of the table. Together with them, CG Força Lleida, who was able to add the first win of the day in the Catalan derby against CB Prat. A clash in which Gerard Find’s players threw their trade and confidence to be able to add the third in a row. Because CB Prat had started the clash with force to hurt a rival who succumbed as the minutes passed. A Miguel González was in charge of this in a sweet moment to be able to boost the team from ilerdense (89-80).

Matchday 4 closed in Riazor with the visit of Palmer Alma Mediterránea, who managed to force extra time to try to win their first win of the season. The one that was also on the verge of achieving the first long-awaited victory was Levitec Huesca, who could not with Real Valladolid either.


– ICG Força Lleida vs CB Prat (89-80) | MVP: Miguel Gonzalez
– EasyCharger Palencia vs Cáceres P. Humanidad (78-69) | MVP: Roberts Blumbergs
– Unicaja Banco Oviedo vs TAU Castelló (70-85) | MVP: Joan Faner
– Melilla Sport Capital vs Juaristi ISB 84-67 | Mvp: Alejandro Llorca (Melilla Sport Capital)
– Acunsa Gipuzkoa vs Covirán Granada 50-76 | Mvp: David Urdiain (Covirán Granada)
– Basketball Girona vs CB Almansa with Afanion 74-86 | Mvp: Anthony Leen (CB Almansa)
– Movistar Estudiantes vs HLA Alicante 94-88 | Mvp: Lucas Faggiano (Movistar Students)
– Levitec Huesca La Magia vs UEMC Real Valladolid 82-89 | Mvp: Rafael Casanova (Levitec Huesca)
– Leyma Coruña vs Palmer Alma Mediterránea 76-70 | Mvp: Alejandro Hernández (Leyma Coruña)