Riyadi are red-hot favorites to defend their title.
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The top four teams are ready to begin the penultimate stage before the 2015 Lebanese Basketball League finals. In the best-of-seven series, only two clubs will earn tickets to the big showdown where Riyadi are heavy favorites to wrap up another title to add to their brimming cabinet. Riyadi-ChampvilleBoth teams have met twice in the league finals in the last few years, but this time they will be battling for one spot in the 2014-2015 edition. Head coach Slobodan Subotic has it all to achieve his second title in the domestic league, with this season's squad boasting the most prolific local player, Fadi al-Khatib, and the most prolific foreign player, Ismael Ahmad, who gained the Lebanese citizenship and is featuring as a local player.Champville boast a squad full of offensive weapons, with their five starting players able to hit from distance.UBA will hope not to be distracted after playing an easy final eight series against Tadamon who played with only five players due financial struggles. The Jbeil side have previously beaten Sagesse this season, with their head-to-head outings tied at 1-1 this season.
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