Riyadi players exit the Ghazir court following Game 6’s fracas
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The 2015-16 Lebanese Basketball League finals ended on a sour note as Riyadi were crowned champions, not on court, but in the offices of the governing body who awarded them a 20-0 win over Sagesse in Game 6 following Friday's unruly scenes.TheThe game was then halted with both club officials exchanging accusations, with Sagesse's officials blaming Riyadi player Chris Daniels for inciting the fans, while Riyadi blamed their counterparts of finding excuses to stop the game.Elsewhere, Homenetmen were crowned champions of the women's league after defeating Riyadi 67-62 in Game 4 to end the final series 3-1 .
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