Riyadi players and coaching staff celebrate their return to the finals.
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Riyadi set up a mouthwatering clash with archrivals Sagesse in the Lebanese Basketball League finals after they ousted Byblos from the semifinals with a 73-70 victory in Game 3 Wednesday.Mohammad Ibrahim kept his side in contention with two successful free throws, but Riyadi's answered back through rising star Wael Arakji who scored five consecutive points to reclaim a seven-point lead for the hosts.Riyadi went into the fourth with a five-point lead at 53-48 .The score was tied at 59 with less than five minutes left and remained tied for three minutes at 61-61 and 63-63, before Byblos clinched a two-point lead.Riyadi held on to wrap up the win 73-70, and with it, a ticket to the best-of-seven final series against Sagesse.
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