Abbreviation: PAM
Country: Spain
Domestic League: Spain - ACB
W-L: 31-12
06/16/2017 87 - 76 vs Real Madrid Real Madrid
06/14/2017 81 - 64 vs Real Madrid Real Madrid
06/11/2017 86 - 79 at Real Madrid Real Madrid
06/09/2017 81 - 87 at Real Madrid Real Madrid

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