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Satoransky was the standout Barça player with a 23 point valuation/ MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

The regular season came to a finish at the Palau on Sunday night when Barça ensured second spot with an 84-74 win over Andorra. It was an emotional night, as ex-Barça hero Victor Sada received a warm welcome from the Palau crowd on his return to the Club alongside ex-Barça players Jordi Trias and Nathan Jawai.

Barça led from the off and were 20-16 up by the end of the first quarter – a lead they had doubled at the break with key triple from Oleson and a spectacular score from Satoransky. Nathan Jawai proved to be the biggest threat to Barça in the third quarter as he used his strength to lead a mini-revival from the visitors before Doellman made his influence felt and Barça eased into a 61-46 lead, which they stretched to 68-57 going into the final 10 minutes.

Strength in depth

With Lampe coming to the fore, Barça led 78-60 in the final quarter despite leaving Doellman, Tomic and Thomas on the bench and Marcelinho, Lampe, Oleson and Abrinesall clocked up the points to put the game out of Andorra’s reach – though there was still time for a spectacular play between  Trias and Sada, before the hooter went to mark Barça’s sixth win on the run with the 84-74 win a perfect send-off ahead of the play-offs.

GAME STATS

FC Barcelona, 84
Morabanc Andorra, 74

FC Barcelona (20+25+23+16): Abrines (8), Satoransky (8), Thomas (2), Lampe (12), Tomic (9) –starting five-, Doellman (13), Hezonja (-), Huertas (9), Pleiss (6), Oleson (8), Jackson (6), Nachbar (3).

Morabanc Andorra (16+19+22+17): Sada (6), Gomes (8), Navarro (2), Jawai (16), Bogdanovic (3) –starting five-, Schreiner (7), Trias (6), Bogris (4), Colom (-), Stojanovski (8), Green (8), Blanch 86).

Referees: Óscar Perea, Lluís Guirao and Anna Cardús.


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