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Barcelona - Gran Canaria

Just some thought's because I'm not sure that I will bet on this on this early season opening game. Both teams always were agressive on the offense and I don't think that this season something will be different. Barcelona signed some good players this summer like Pangos, Singleton, Roland Smits. Meanwhile Gran Canaria this season will play in Euroleague. They signed some good scoring players like DJ.Strawberry, Kim Tillie, Clevin Hannah. The big minus for this game just because this is the first official ACB league game and there is always some excitement from all the players which could lead to some silly decisions or they just could be too much agressive. But overall the line is not big and the possibilities to outscore this total is pretty high. Over 162.5 @1.92 SBOBET
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Sergio Llull out for Barcelona – Real Madrid

Real Madrid guard Sergio Llull won’t play in Sunday’s ACB Clasico vs. archrival Barcelona while forward/center Gustavo Ayon has become available, per Pillar Casado of Cope.

Llull has been out since for nearly 10 days after receiving a hit in the area where he sustained the torn ACL injury in 2017. Real Madrid head coach Pablo Laso decided to sit his star player out of the EuroLeague games vs. Gran Canaria and Olympiacos and Llull will now also miss the upcoming match vs. Barca.
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Real Madrid probing legal actions for ACB exit

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Real Madrid is seeking legal advice on the grounds of leaving the Spanish League at the end of the season.

A couple of days after the controversial Copa del Rey final and Real Madrid’s loss to FC Barcelona Lassa, the EuroLeague Champions are still examining an ACB exit at the end of the 2018-19 season. According to El Mundo, the team’s legal team is working on the issue, while an additional law firm has been hired to evaluate the consequences on leaving the Spanish league’s competitions.

Real doesn’t anticipate any problems on its EuroLeague participation. The club is among those with a ten-year contract, but nothing similar applies for ACB. The negative impact on a possible exit from national competitions won’t affect the team on a contractual level, but might reduce general revenue and create problems for the league itself.

The Spaniards estimate that legal studies will conclude in about three to four weeks. However, no final decision on a possible exit from ACB will be taken without consulting their members. If an agreement will be in place, then the team will indeed leave the Spanish league.

Besides the Spanish club, Olympiacos is in a similar situation after abandoning the Greek Cup semifinal game against Panathinaikos OPAP. In both cases, the total income from EuroLeague and the lack of any obligations for participating in national competitions provides the opportunity to examine alternative solutions for the future.
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What's hot for this weekend?
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Jordan Mickey dunk from the free throw line during the ACB game 😵

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