Euroleague Panathinaikos and Real Madrid in the final of the tournament

The best from the regular stage will compete in the final, which will be held in Berlin this Sunday.

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Basketball fans had a great day on Friday afternoon. The Final Four of the Euroleague began in Berlin, with the presence of the four best teams on the old continent. This annual event brings together people from all over the world to enjoy one of the most spectacular spectacles in the sport. In particular, for the Argentines it was a day of “win, win” as the two Argentines involved in the definition headed to the final.

Panathinaikos 73 – Fenerbahce 57

The first semifinal brought color to the stands and heat to the playing field. The Greeks and Turks faced each other in an equal rivalry, with Panathinaikos being stronger in the most important moments of the rivalry. The most important streak was provided by the Ataman team, who happily celebrated each of their team’s conversions.

Mathias Lessort shined for the Greeks with a double double of 17 points and 10 rebounds. Kendrick Nunn contributed 14 points, while Jerian Grant completed the all-important trident with 13. For Fenerbahce, Nigel Hayes-Davis scored 14 points, while Nate Sestina and Marko Guduric contributed 10 each. .

Argentine Luca Vildoza did not play a minute. The perimeter player missed time in the rotation earlier and is not part of the coach’s dynamics.

Luca Vildoza
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Real Madrid 87 – Olympiacos 76

The second semi-final was a completely different story. The eventual champion came out with very high energy, and had no intention of giving chances to his rivals, making it difficult for them in the last final. In that context, those led by Chus Mateo ate the field, gaining more than significant advantages; which reached 25 points (54-29) in a good first half. The main keys to success are based on the very high efficiency in triples (9/13) and the dominance of the rebound (19-6), especially offensively, which allowed them to add from the second time.

Coming back from the locker room it was a different story, but with a similar result. The Greeks reacted, and came within eight (77-69) but each improvement met with a quick reaction. In some passages it is Musa, in others the experience of Llull, or sometimes the thefts of Campazzo. Helpless, the white team is at its best and will not miss the opportunity. It was a victory and celebration for those from Spain, who reached the final and the dream of the twelfth trophy.

Facundo Campazzo is one of the stars of the semi. The Cordoban dished out 9 assists, and completed his scoresheet with 3 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals in nearly 30 minutes on the court.

Source: Tycsports

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