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    The two mentioned games and also the game between Menorca and Granada are available live at http://adecco.febtv.com/index.aspx
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    Iberostar Canarias continues winning and destroying. This time, 103-76 against Baloncesto León in a wonderful first half (56-34). Yellow-black time averages more than 95 points per game and the duo Guillén-Donaldson is unstoppable. Probably Ricardo Guillén will be one more time MVP of the week (30 points for 42 of ranking). 33 asists on 44 baskets... Is that true?


    More than 2,000 people viewed the game of the leader of the league.

    Now on second position is Lleida Basquetbol, who trashed Girona FC in a new catalan derby in this league by 89-70. Austrian SF Jason Detrick and PF Charles Ramsdell made a fantastic game against a Girona who didn't play good. Tabak is starting to be questioned at Girona as head coach.


    Darryl Middleton tries to block the dunk of Charles Ramsdell

    Relegated to the third position, but only due to the average is Ford Burgos. Castilian team suffered a lot to win Melilla Baloncesto by 93-91 in an epic game. Burgos was trailing by 12 in the second quarter, and in the third started the comeback. Being 5 points down with 12 minutes left, home team coach Casadevall was disqualified by two technical fouls but Burgos continued working an finally won in the last seconds. Jerome Tillman was one more week the best man of the home team. Melilla worked very well from the line of 3 points (especially Salva Arco) but that wasn't enough.


    Andreu Casadevall goes to the locker room after being disqualified.

    The other team who was leading the league was La Palma, but the team who collaborates with Gran Canaria failed at home in the overtime against Cáceres. La Palma tied the game with two seconds left after an stupid turnover of Pedro Robles, but couldn't won. Finally, Cáceres breathes after winning 78-85 thanks to the great work of José Ángel Antelo.


    José Ángel Antelo commits a foul on Cristian Díaz.

    Other results:

    Palencia Baloncesto 80-71 Knet & Éniac (Jeff Xavier 19 pts; Olaseni Lawal 6+14, Jeff Bonds 18, David Mesa 15)
    Lobe Huesca 75-78 Logitravel Mallorca (Gintaras Leonavicius 27 points for the home team)
    Tarragona 2017 68-60 Clínicas Rincón (Roger Fornas 15+13, 29 rkg for the home team)
    Grupo Iruña Navarra 93-103 Breogán (Kevin Langford 26; James Feldeine 31, Sean Ogirri 29)
    Tomorrow, Menorca Bàsquet - CB Granada on FEB TV (12:15 CET)

    Table:

    1. Canarias 7-1 (direct promotion)
    2. Lleida 7-1 (promotion playoffs; 8 teams)
    3. Burgos 7-1
    4. La Palma 6-2
    5. Breogán 5-3
    6. Palencia 5-3
    7. Melilla 5-3
    8. Menorca or Granada 4-4
    9. 7 teams 3-5
    16. Navarra 2-6 (relegation playoffs; 2 teams)
    17. Huesca 2-6
    18. Clínicas 1-7 (direct relegation)


    Iñaki Sanz (Navarra), for the basket.


    Adrian Moss (Palencia), defended by Olaseni Lawal.


    Matt Witt (Knet), one of my favourite players in this league.


    Amazing crowd at El Serrallo to watch Tarragona-Clínicas.


    Fight for a rebound on Huesca-Mallorca game.
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    Day 9. All games today at 21:00 CET, except León-La Palma (Tomorrow, 21:00)

    Melilla (5-3) - Breogán (5-3), on FEBTV
    Benahavís (1-7) - Navarra (2-6)
    Mallorca (3-5) - Tarragona (3-5)
    Clavijo (3-5) - Huesca (2-6)
    Girona (3-5) - Palencia (5-3)
    Cáceres (3-5) - Lleida (7-1), on FEBTV
    León (3-5) - La Palma (6-2), on FEBTV tomorrow
    Granada (3-5) - Canarias (7-1)
    Burgos (7-1) - Menorca (4-4)
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    Day 9! The day of overtimes and buzzerbeaters!

    The four top teams lost their games this week and compress the table.

    Granada 90-89 Canarias

    Incredibly, the leader lost in the overtime. More incredible was they were leading the extra time by 6 points, but didn't know how to break the game. Firstly, Mamadou Samb nailed the basket to force the overtime. Later, was Manu Coego with a basket with 7 seconds left who gave the lead to Granada. Ricardo Guillén failed a 3pointer at the buzzer, in a game where Jakim Donaldson performed a ranking of 46!


    Ángel Hernández flies to nail a layup.

    Cáceres 88-86 Lleida

    The black team nailed its second consecutive win after beating Lleida, who lost again far of their city. Marcus Norris nailed a possible winner with two seconds left, but a basket of Asier Zengotitabengoa gave five more free minutes to the fans. In this one, the free throws gave Cáceres the leading; and finally Marcus Norris failed at the buzzer. The best men of the game were Leon Williams (CAC, 27+12 for 40) and José Ángel Antelo (CAC, 27 points). Jason Detrick, 28 points for Lleida.


    Impressive movement of Leon Williams

    Burgos 64-65 Menorca

    The 3,000 fans who filled El Plantío were very happy when Darren Phillip made the basket for leading the game... But David Navarro (former Valencia player) at the buzzer silenced the pavillion!



    León 80-79 La Palma

    Nobody expected a tied game when León was leading by 26 points. La Palma made a comeback and had options to win the game. Manny Quezada made two free throws to win and Óscar Alvarado missed the possible winner.


    Top scorer Jonathan Durley (today 23 pts) dunks.

    Knet&Éniac Clavijo 98-101 Lobe Huesca

    Two overtimes at Logroño for giving the third victory of the season to Leonavicius' team. Firstly, a doubtful basket of David Mesa (Clavijo) forced the first overtime in a game where visitors were always leading. In this first one, a free throw of McNeal forced the second and finally, Óscar Herrero (9 points in the second overtime) leaded Huesca to a new victory.

    Miguel Montañana (26) was the best man of the visitors but was injured in the first overtime. Leonavicius (24) and Herrero (19) made a good game. 35 points of Matt Witt and (16+17) of Shane Lawal weren't enough for Clavijo.


    David Mesa and Shane Lawal try to grab the rebound. McNeil and Orfila (greens) fight to do it.

    Other games:

    Melilla 99-94 Breogán (DeVries 28; Brooks 21)
    Clínicas 67-68 Navarra (Kuzmin 17; Starosta 16): Navarra only leaded the game in the last minute.
    Mallorca 81-67 Tarragona (Amador 20; Mitchell 17)
    Girona 101-95 Palencia (Ordín 27; Xavier 23): Middleton made 16 points.

    1. Canarias 7-2
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    2. Lleida 7-2
    3. Burgos 7-2
    4. La Palma 6-3
    5. Melilla 6-3
    6. Menorca 5-4
    7. Breogán 5-4
    8. Palencia 5-4
    9. León 4-5
    ---
    10. Granada 4-5
    11. Girona 4-5
    12. Mallorca 4-5
    13. Cáceres 4-5
    14. Clavijo 3-6
    15. Navarra 3-6
    ---
    16. Huesca 3-6
    17. Tarragona 3-6
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    18. Clínicas 1-8
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    Cáceres-Lleida: Norris for the 77-79, Zengotitabengoa for forcing the overtime and the last seconds of the overtime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzaka View Post


    Cáceres-Lleida: Norris for the 77-79, Zengotitabengoa for forcing the overtime and the last seconds of the overtime.
    He msut have more shoulders than hervelle for that name
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    Round 10, with the best game possible: Iberostar Canarias (7-2) vs Ford Burgos (7-2). At 22:00 CET of today, not broadcasted.

    Games for today:

    20:30 Navarra (3-6) - Mallorca (3-6)
    20:45 Lleida (7-2) - León (4-5), on FEB TV
    21:00 Palencia (5-4) - Cáceres (4-5)
    21:00 Tarragona (3-6) - Knet (3-6)
    22:00 Canarias (7-2) - Burgos (7-2)
    22:00 La Palma (6-3) - Granada (4-5)

    Tomorrow:

    19:00 Menorca (5-4) - Melilla (6-3)
    19:15 Breogán (5-4) - Benahavís (1-8)
    20:00 Huesca (3-6) - Girona (4-5), on FEB TV
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    How many american passports allowed to play on a LEB team, and can there be a team of all americans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToNy G View Post
    How many american passports allowed to play on a LEB team, and can there be a team of all americans?
    Only two per team.

    - Minimum of six Spanish players (or 'training players' who played three years between 15 y.o. and 18 in Spain)
    - Maximum of two American players (or non-EU, non-Cotonou countries, etc)
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    Default LEB Gold Round 10 summary

    Nine home wins this weekend, nobody failed with the support of their fans.

    The most important win of the week was Canarias' one who swept Burgos by 90-69. The couple Donaldson-Guillén was unstoppable, with the support of Albert Sàbat and his 10 assists. So, Canarias continues leading the league.



    Lleida continues as co-leader after beating by 89-80 Baloncesto León. Catalan team won all their games at home. Charles Ramsdell (22) and Jason Detrick (23) were the most important players against a team who resisted all the time and was leading the game during the third period. 26 points (5/5 three pointers) of Manny Quezada weren't enough for León.


    Marcus Norris tries to block Jonathan Durley.

    Miquel Feliu dunks at the buzzer in the third quarter

    Other interesting win was Palencia's one, who's the unexpected team of the top of the league. Castilian team made a great comeback in the last quarter (they were trailing by 14 at the final of the third) and finally beat Cáceres by 80-76. Great job of Adrian Moss (27 points).


    José Ángel Antelo tries to make a lay-up in the middle of the zone.

    In other way, the leader of the two first rounds (Knet&Éniac) lost again and falls to the 17th position. This time, at Tarragona by 83-75. The match was tied all the time, but the team of Rioja falled down and couldn't do nothing against a very brave Tarragona, especially on defense. Roger Fornas was the best man of the game.


    Jeff Bonds tries to receive the pass defended by Jeff Sallie and Roger Fornas.

    Other results:

    Menorca 95-91 Melilla (Arteaga 14+10, Navarro 19; DeVries 19)
    UB La Palma 85-76 Granada (Sikma 15+10, Schaftenaar 13+8; Francis Sánchez 14)
    Huesca 74-61 Girona (Leonavicius 23; Coleman 20+7)
    Navarra 87-82 Mallorca (Nikola Rakocevic 21, Kevin Langford 17+8; Amador 17+9, Whippy 17+6)
    Breogán 82-73 Clínicas Rincón (Feldeine 25, Manu Gómez 14+6, Krabbenhoft 9+5+5as+7st; Kuzmin 16+8, Payne 9+9)

    1. Canarias 8-2
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    2. Lleida 8-2
    3. La Palma 7-3
    4. Burgos 7-3
    5. Menorca 6-4
    6. Breogán 6-4
    7. Palencia 6-4
    8. Melilla 6-4
    9. León 4-6
    ---
    10. Granada 4-6
    11. Huesca 4-6
    12. Navarra 4-6
    13. Girona 4-6
    14. Tarragona 4-6
    15. Mallorca 4-6
    ---
    16. Cáceres 4-6
    17. Knet 3-7
    ---
    18. Benahavís 1-9

    MVP of the week: James Feldeine (25 pts for a ranking of 28)

    Last edited by Gonzaka; 11-20-2011 at 05:58 PM.
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    LEB Silver:


    The buzzerbeater of Luis Parejo at Óbila-Andorra

    1. Barcelona B 5-1 *
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    2. Ourense 5-1
    3. Araberri 5-2
    4. Óbila 4-1
    5. Andorra 4-2
    6. Coruña 4-2
    7. Iraurgi 3-3
    8. Prat 3-4
    9. Las Rozas 3-4
    ---
    10. Tenerife 2-5
    11. Gandía 2-5
    12. Oviedo 1-6
    ---
    13. Plasencia 0-7

    * The last 3:51 minutes of Óbila-Barcelona B must be replayed due to an error in the anotation. It will be restarted with the score of 64-56. The table officials conceded to Barcelona B a basket that didn't exist and finally, the original game finished 64-65.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzaka View Post
    LEB Silver:


    The buzzerbeater of Luis Parejo at Óbila-Andorra
    Is this Parejo the one who played in Real Madrid?
    I played with him when he was just a child, in Almería, and he was awesome. Although he trained with us, that were older, bigger and stronger, and then played in his own category where he ruled.
    Nice to know about him again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hithilome View Post
    Is this Parejo the one who played in Real Madrid?
    I think so (data at FEB.es)
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    Day 11:

    Today, 21:00 CET

    Melilla (6-4) - Clínicas Rincón (1-9) FEBTV.com
    Mallorca (4-6) - Breogán (6-4)
    Clavijo (3-7) - Navarra (4-6)
    Girona (4-6) - Tarragona (4-6)
    Cáceres (4-6) - Huesca (4-6) FEBTV.com
    Granada (4-6) - Lleida (8-2)
    Burgos (7-3) - La Palma (7-3)

    Tomorrow

    19:00 CET Menorca (6-4) - Canarias (8-2)
    20:30 CET León (4-6) - Palencia (6-4) FEBTV.com
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    After the 11th day, Canarias and Lleida, Lleida and Canarias continue leading the LEB Gold and, at the moment, are the two teams who would play the Prince of Asturias' Cup (it's played by the two first qualified teams after the day 17).

    Lleida won last friday at Granada by 57-71 with an outrageous exhibition of defensive concepts in a game were the team of Ricard Casas knocked out the Andalusians in the last quarter. The trio Marcus Norris-Jason Detrick-Charles Ramsdell scored 52 of the 71 points of the team.


    Jonathan Kale (blue) and Mamadou Samb go down for the ball. José Simeón and Ángel Hernández, further, watch them.

    Later, on Saturday, Canarias resolved a very difficult game at Menorca by 62-72. The yellow-blacks didn't score as usual (still 92 points per game) but in the third quarter, they broke the game in the third quarter, with a 15-29 (a parcial of that who people like). Óliver Arteaga for Menorca and Nicolás Richotti for the team of La Laguna (former Real Madrid B player) were the MVPs of the game.

    César Bravo tries a layup watched by the two MVPs Jakim Donaldson and Ricardo Guillén.

    In the third position now there's no tie after Burgos defeated UB La Palma (the team, by sponsorship reasons, is called "The Beaufitul Island") by 97-85. With no defense in front of them, in the first half UB La Palma knew how to take advantage of all mistakes of Burgos and with a direct and easy basketball (directed by Óscar Alvarado; 9 assists) led the game at the half time by 43-55. But they were mentally weak when in the third quarter Burgos started to play and to make the comeback. They swept them in twenty fantastic minutes leaded by Darren Philip (MVP of the week) and Juan Alberto Aguilar (12 assists!).


    Mateo Kedzo, defended by Antonio Peña.

    Other interesting game was a new derby in Castile and León. Baloncesto León and Palencia Baloncesto (the unexpected team in the top table) played a very interesting game. With less than one minute left, Juanjo Bernabé nailed a threepointer for León (86-84) answered by one of Kyle Swanston (86-87). But finally, Manny Quezada made a basket with only one second left for the final 88-87. Adrian Moss missed a final desperate shot.


    Manny Quezada nails a basket. Let's say the last one to make the photo more interesting.

    Other games:

    Melilla 80-69 Clínicas Rincón (Troy DeVries 19; Mark Payne 19)
    Mallorca 80-75 Breogán (Shaun Green 19+8, Levi Knutson 17; Manu Gómez 16+6)
    Clavijo 65-79 Navarra (Matt Witt 15; Iñaki Narros 26)
    Girona 88-86 Tarragona; OT (Nacho Ordín 30, Rolands Freimanis 20+11; Iván Martínez 22, Roger Fornas 19)
    Cáceres 71-64 Huesca (José Ángel Antelo 19; Gintaras Leonavicius 18)


    Troy DeVries (Melilla) scores a layup.

    1. Canarias 9-2
    ---
    2. Lleida 9-2
    3. Burgos 8-3
    4. La Palma 7-4
    5. Melilla 7-4
    6. Breogán 6-5
    7. Menorca 6-5
    8. Palencia 6-5
    9. León 5-6
    ---
    10. Navarra 5-6
    11. Girona 5-6
    12. Mallorca 5-6
    13. Cáceres 5-6
    14. Huesca 4-7
    15. Granada 4-7
    ---
    16. Tarragona 4-7
    17. Clavijo 3-8
    ---
    18. Clínicas Rincón 1-10

    The MVP of the week was Darren Phillip (Ford Burgos). He scored 26 points and grabbed 8 rebounds for a ranking of 32.



    Bonus track. Ridge McKeither highlights:

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    Week 12:

    1-D 20:00 Navarra-Girona
    2-D 21:00 Lleida-Burgos
    2-D 21:00 Palencia-Granada
    2-D 21:00 Tarragona-Cáceres
    2-D 21:00 Benahavís-Mallorca
    2-D 22:00 Canarias-Melilla
    2-D 22:00 La Palma-Menorca
    3-D 19:15 Breogán-Clavijo
    4-D 19:30 Huesca-León

    No broadcasting announced yet.
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    Day 12.

    Lleida and Canarias continue leading the league and they are the principal candidates to play the Prince of Asturias Cup.

    Lleida crushed Burgos by 90-76, in a game where home team leaded by 28 points sometimes. Only a relaxing in the third quarter (0-17 indeed) allowed Burgos to dream, but it was not sufficent to beat a team on fire. Former ACB Paco Vázquez (22 points) was the top scorer of a game watch by 4,600 people. After some doubtful weeks, Chus Castro (21 points) was the best man of Casadevall boys.


    Jason Detrick with the ball, looked by Jerome Tillman.

    The other leader is Canarias who beat Melilla by 21 points (91-70). Only 17 minutes of a tied game, but a final run of 15-0 finished with the visitors' options. The bad news for Canarias was the injury of SF Levi Rost, who will lose the next three months of competition due to a broke finger. He and Nicolás Richotti were the top scorers f the yellow-black team, with 15. Dinma Odiakosa (19+7), the best man of Melilla.



    Ricardo Guillén nails a basket in the zone.

    A crucial game was the one played in the Marta Fernández Arena of Palencia. Home team beat CB Granada by 86-80 in a very exciting game. Both teams had chances to win from the first minute to the last one, but finally a doubtful technical on Curro Segura, Granada's coach, allowed Palencia to take a deserved win and to the dream for playing the playoffs, but this time the promotion ones. Michel Diouf (15+8) and Chris Moss (13) were the best men of the purple team. Roberto Guerra (22) and Edu Ruiz (17), top scorers for the visitors. A team who goes down and down and down... Today appeared an article telling CB Granada will probably disappear at the end of the season. At least, they hope finishing this one...


    Jesús Fernández (red) and Michel Diouf jump for the tip off.

    Previously, on thursday, Grupo Iruña Navarra beat Girona FC after an overtime by 90-82. The team of Pamplona forced the extra time with a buzzerbeater from behind the arc of Mikel Uriz. Later, in the overtime, they had no problems to beat Zan Tabak's team. Kevin Langford was the best man of the game with 27+6 (MVP of the week), for Girona Thomas Coleman (17) was the top scorer.



    Other games:

    La Palma 69-72 Menorca (Sikma 14; Blanch 15, Morentin 12+6)
    Huesca 68-81 León (Leonavicius 20; Mortellaro 19+9, Quezada 8+7rb+8as)
    Tarragona 79-82 Cáceres (Iván Martínez 16; Antelo 18+12)
    Breogán 84-88 Clavijo (Brooks 22+9; Witt 31)
    Benahavís 67-71 Mallorca (Pozas 17; Shaun Green 17, Bivià 17)

    1. Canarias 10-2 (Prince Cup spot)
    ---
    2. Lleida 10-2 (Prince Cup spot)
    3. Burgos 8-4
    4. Menorca 7-5
    5. La Palma 7-5
    6. Palencia 7-5
    7. Melilla 7-5
    8. Breogán 6-6
    9. León 6-6
    ---
    10. Navarra 6-6
    11. Mallorca 6-6
    12. Cáceres 6-6
    13. Girona 5-7
    14. Clavijo 4-8
    15. Tarragona 4-8
    ---
    16. Granada 4-8
    17. Huesca 4-8
    ---
    18. Benahavís 1-11

    The MVP of the week was Kevin Langford, with 27 points and 6 rebounds for a ranking of 36.

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    Day 13!

    Girona 84-78 Breogán (yesterday)
    09-D 20:45 León - Tarragona (FEB TV)
    09-D 21:00 Melilla - Mallorca (FEB TV)
    09-D 21:00 Clavijo - Benahavís
    09-D 21:00 Cáceres - Navarra (FEB TV)
    09-D 21:00 Granada - Huesca
    09-D 21:00 Burgos - Palencia
    09-D 22:00 Canarias - La Palma
    10-D 19:00 Menorca - Lleida
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    Hola amigo

    Hey I'm in spain right now, living in Villa verde, and I have been working out with a señor masculino team since janauary, but the competition is very low, and the team does not really care about winning as much as everyone getting to play so i have not agreed to join the spanish basket ball federation yet in fear of loosing my remaining college eligibility.
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    Some updates of the 2011-12 season:

    Champion and promoted to ACB: Iberostar Canarias (Jakim Donaldson, MVP)
    Promotion playoffs:

    (2) Burgos 1-1 Cáceres (9)
    (3) Navarra 1-1 UB La Palma (8)
    (4) Menorca 1-1 Breogán (7)
    (5) Melilla 1-1 Lleida (6)

    Relegation playoffs:

    (16) Tarragona 2-0 Clínicas Rincón (17)

    Teams not qualified:

    10. Knet Clavijo
    11. Palencia
    12. Girona FC
    13. Bàsquet Mallorca
    14. Baloncesto León
    15. Lobe Huesca

    Relegated to LEB Silver: CB Granada (officially dissolved few days ago)

    LEB Silver:

    Champion and promoted to LEB Gold: River Andorra

    Promotion playoffs (semifinals):

    (2) Ourense 2-0 Araberri (6)
    (3) Prat Joventut 1-1 Barcelona B (7)

    Eliminated in quarterfinals:

    4. Las Rozas
    5. Coruña
    8. Óbila
    9. Lan Mobel

    Not qualified teams:

    10. Oviedo
    11. Plasencia
    12. Tenerife
    13. Gandía (relegated to Liga EBA)

    And a proposal of the Valencian Federation for LEB Leagues. This is going to be a long summer in all Spanish leagues.

    Last edited by Gonzaka; 05-08-2012 at 10:54 AM.
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