NEWS | 06/01/2020 | Rodrigo SalamancaPablo Laso want to remain unbeaten at home and get win number 13 in the league (6:00pm CET).
The madridistas are now on their second game of the year after an away win over ASVEL in the Euroleague. Tonight, Real Madrid will want to continue the run of victories (9 in the last 10 official games). The Valencians arrive at the Palacio hoping to capitalize on the form they hit in the last three games, where they beat Iberostar Tenerife, Fenerbahçe and Alba Berlin.
“It is a dangerous game and we must be prepared”, mused Pablo Laso, knowing the madridistas will have to dig deep. The Whites will need their defensive form from LaLiga given they have conceded the fewest average points (75).
Valencia have the third best offense in the competition (85.3 points). They have the third bet average PIR (98.5), with Dubljevic setting a PIR precedent for them (15.2). Loyd is their top scorer (13.9 points per game) and a three-pointer specialist (42.6%).