Sagesse barely managed to cobble together a roster of players in time for the season.
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Beirut club piled more misery on struggling Sagesse Friday, condemning the fallen giants to another blowout loss following a 90-67 win at Ghazir in the Lebanese Basketball League.Sagesse shot a staggeringly low 37 percent from the field, connected on 20 percent of their 3-point shots and managed just 19 of their 37 free throws.Miguel Martinez added 14 points, five rebounds and five assists while Ali Haidar contributed 15 points and nine boards.Ramel Curry scored a measly four points on his Sagesse debut.
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