Abbreviation: GBC
Country: Spain
Domestic League: Spain - ACB
W-L: 7-9
01/13/2018 72 - 69 at Obradoiro Obradoiro
01/07/2018 89 - 70 vs Canarias Canarias
01/02/2018 77 - 101 vs Barcelona Barcelona
12/30/2017 99 - 76 at Burgos Burgos

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