Prior to the series, Tadamon had been favorites on paper.
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Sagesse are through to the final four for the 22nd time in their history after overcoming Tadamon in a thrilling series 3-1 following their 86-84 victory in Game 4 of the final 8 series Thursday in the Lebanese Basketball League. Sagesse played the match without their fans' support, who were banned after Game 2's tensions, but still managed to overcome a 14-point deficit at one point in the third quarter to steal a huge win, thanks to a midrange jumper from American center Todd O'Brien with 20 seconds to go.
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