Good day 5 for LF Endesa with Cadí La Seu de Irati Etxarri dominating Kutxabank Araski in Vitoria from start to finish, Perfumerías Avenida pressing in the last quarter to defeat Movistar Estudiantes, and Valencia BC playing a very serious game to defeat to the Lointek Gernika. On Sunday, a solvent victory for Spar Girona and more worked for Casademont Zaragoza at the Aragonese basketball festival.

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No one is capable of awakening Cadí la Seu from his sleep. The leader not only wins, but convinces with a very intense game, with very few errors and dominating the games from the initial jump. In Mendizorroza, against a Kutxabank Araski that had left good feelings, Bernat Canut’s men dominated the first half and held out intelligently in the second. Irati Etxarri (17 + 5) continues to be the most decisive play of this start of the season.

Perfumerías Avenida maintains the rhythm of the leader, who had to squeeze in defense in the last quarter to certify the victory in Magariños; and Valencia BC, who was entrusted to Cristina Ouviña to break the resistance of Lointek Gernika. Tenerife recovered from their European defeat by winning on the Baxi Ferrol court with the Ocete-Tikvic duo at full capacity.

The first match of the day, with live Twitter cameras, confirmed that the victory of the Campus Promete al Spar Girona last week was not an accident, but the result of the joyful and high-quality game of the La Rioja women. With 12 triples they conquered the Bembibre Arena and certify the good moment of their outside line (Ayuso-Estebas-Knezevic-Nogic) and the progression of Geldof. On Sunday two local victories in Girona and Zaragoza, with a spectacular and very complete Anna Cruz, and a meritorious visitor victory: that of the Spar Gran Canaria of the MVP Sika Koné on the track of a diminished Durán Maquinaria Ensino.


– Pajariel Bembibre vs Campus Promete 52-85 | MVP: Paula Estebas (C. Promete)
– Kutxabank Araski vs Cadí La Seu 68-81 | MVP: Leia Dongue ((Kutxabank Araski)
– Baxi Ferrol vs Tenerife 62-77 | MVP: Ivana Tikvic (Tenerife)
– Movistar Estudiantes vs Perfumerías Avenida 54-71 | MVP: Melissa Gretter (Students)
– Valencia BC vs Lointek Gernika 77-60 | MVP: Cristina Ouviña (Valencia)
– Spar Girona vs Innova TSN Leganés 94-51 | MVP: Bintah Drammeh
– Casademont Zaragoza vs IDK Euskotren 76-69 | MVP: Anna Cruz
– Durán M. Ensino vs Spar Gran Canaria 54-65 | MVP: Sika Kone