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The 2013-14 Lebanese Basketball League Final Four starts with a mouthwatering clash Wednesday, as Sagesse and Amchit face each other for the first time in the playoffs at Ghazir in game one of the best-of-five-series.Both teams head to their semifinal clash in good form after wrapping up their quarterfinal series 3-0, as Sagesse ousted Tadamon Zouk while Amchit eliminated Homenetmen.Head coach Ghassan Sarkis leads the league with the most titles at eight, including seven with Sagesse (1994, '98, '99, 2000, '01, '02, '03) and one with Champville in '12 . Sarkis is also the only coach to have won the Lebanese league with two different teams, and is looking to set a new record with Amchit. Khatib has been crowned league champion nine times, including seven with Sagesse, and once with Riyadi and Champville.However, most of the Sagesse players have never won the domestic title, except Elie Stephan with Champville in 2012 and Rodrigue Akl with Riyadi in 2009 .
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