Valencia Basket survived an offensive spectacle in defeating Mincidelice JL Bourg en Bresse 98-95 at home in yet another tight battle. Xabi Lopez-Arostegui paced five Valencia players in double figures with 18 points while Jaime Pradilla and Jasiel Rivero both scored 16 points, Klemen Prepelic tallied 15 points and Bojan Dubjlevic chipped in 13 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists. Bourg dropped to 1-5 despite outstanding showings from Rasheed Sulaimon, who had 25 points; and CJ Harris, who collected 24 points. JaCorey Williams chipped in 16 points and Axel Julien delivered 14 points in the defeat.
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