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Spanish Basketball League Confirms Estudiantes Will Compete In Top Tier

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 25 / 16

The Spanish Basketball League's (ACB) General Assembly on Thursday confirmed the inclusion of Estudiantes in the league next season, according to EL PAÍS. The ACB also began conversations with Melilla and Palencia, "which declined the offer ," about their possible inclusion with Gipuzkoa hav...

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