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    Default Euroleague Regular Season: Week 7

    Zenit St Petersburg - Khimki
    Crvena Zvezda - Real Madrid
    Olympiacos - Anadolu Efes
    Maccabi Tel Aviv - ALBA Berlin
    AX Armani Milan - Baskonia
    Fenerbahce - Bayern Munich
    Zalgiris - FC Barcelona
    Panathinaikos - Valencia Basket
    ASVEL Villeurbanne - CSKA Moscow

    The favorites seem pretty much clean cut but there are a couple suprises every week. Massive pressure on Fener for a W. I expect a tight game in Belgrade.
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    Zenit St Petersburg - Khimki 45-55
    Crvena Zvezda - Real Madrid 40-60
    Olympiacos - Anadolu Efes 50-50
    Maccabi Tel Aviv - ALBA Berlin 75-25
    AX Armani Milan - Baskonia 70-30
    Fenerbahce - Bayern Munich 70-30
    Zalgiris - FC Barcelona 45-55
    Panathinaikos - Valencia Basket 70-30
    ASVEL Villeurbanne - CSKA Moscow 40-60
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    Zenit St Petersburg - Khimki 48-52
    Crvena Zvezda - Real Madrid 43-57
    Olympiacos - Anadolu Efes 42-58
    Maccabi Tel Aviv - ALBA Berlin 59-41
    AX Armani Milan - Baskonia 57-43
    Fenerbahce - Bayern Munich 60-40
    Zalgiris - FC Barcelona 48-52
    Panathinaikos - Valencia Basket 65-35
    ASVEL Villeurbanne - CSKA Moscow 43-57
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    Zenit St Petersburg - Khimki 45-55
    Crvena Zvezda - Real Madrid 40-60
    Olympiacos - Anadolu Efes 40-60
    Maccabi Tel Aviv - ALBA Berlin 65-35
    AX Armani Milan - Baskonia 75-25
    Fenerbahce - Bayern Munich 65-35
    Zalgiris - FC Barcelona 45-55
    Panathinaikos - Valencia Basket 60-40
    ASVEL Villeurbanne - CSKA Moscow 40-60

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    Gotta get these picks in before the games start....Cuttin it close.....5-4 every week...Gotta improve that...


    Zenit St Petersburg 48 - Khimki 52
    Crvena Zvezda 45 - Real Madrid 55
    Olympiacos 40 - Anadolu Efes 60
    Maccabi Tel Aviv 65 - ALBA Berlin 35
    AX Armani Milan 60 - Baskonia 40
    Fenerbahce 70 - Bayern Munich 30
    Zalgiris 45 - FC Barcelona 55
    Panathinaikos 70 - Valencia Basket 30
    ASVEL Villeurbanne 45 - CSKA Moscow 55

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    Not a whole lot of D goin on in Russia right now....

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    With Kramer and Jovic back Khimki is a loaded team , especially on offense...

    I think Kramer was defensive player of the year in the Eurocup a couple years ago....Lets's see if they can be good enough defensively to go to the final 4....


    Fener doesn't play today so it will be quiet around here....All the drama will be here tomorrow

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    Oly is playing relatively well.

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    Tavares is destroying us.

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    Where is Covic? He would have made a difference here.

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    Olympiakos "Punching bag" Pireus. This could end up a 40 point game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz View Post
    Where is Covic? He would have made a difference here.


    His father did not want to see how Llull and Campazzo eating him.

    Lorenzo played great game but without back up we can't beat Madrid.

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    Tavares and Garuba are monsters on defense. Garuba is now a very important player for us.

    Causeur showing his spring form, and what to say about Llull and Rudy. Against 20,000 serbs, and both seemed to be playing in his neighbourhood. The experience is a plus.

    And Llull dominated the tempo in the 4rth, he missed shots, but he found an option in every attack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EverGreen View Post
    Olympiakos "Punching bag" Pireus. This could end up a 40 point game.
    I think they are losing with dignity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adon View Post
    I think they are losing with dignity.
    Yes. Good fightback. They played good D in the 3rd.
    Mi imamo svoga boga, on se zove Bodiroga.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Chacho View Post
    Tavares and Garuba are monsters on defense. Garuba is now a very important player for us.

    Causeur showing his spring form, and what to say about Llull and Rudy. Against 20,000 serbs, and both seemed to be playing in his neighbourhood. The experience is a plus.

    And Llull dominated the tempo in the 4rth, he missed shots, but he found an option in every attack.
    Garuba still to be seen, he is a great potential. But Taveres looks very impressive if you are in the gym and look at him, physical masterpiece.

    PS: 20.000?! Not even close unfortunately. Very poor atmosphere today, officially 16k, was there, my impression was 14 or less.

    Big up to our fight and to Real for deserved victory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz View Post
    Where is Covic? He would have made a difference here.
    You should have seen Nenadic's three minutes. Covic is Allen Iverson for him.

    Great game from L. Brown by the way, there's much potential in this guy, if he has a will to play defense he is very good defender.

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    Spanoulis pir=1. At least, it's not negative.

    (edit) -1 pir in the end.
    Last edited by Adon; 11-07-2019 at 08:40 PM.

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    If Oly continues like this, they will be eliminated sometime in Februari. Given that they do not compete in other competitions, this would mean that that they will have to wait another 6 months to play again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adon View Post
    Spanoulis pir=1. At least, it's not negative.

    (edit) -1 pir in the end.
    He's been a cancer for 2 years now. Whenever he's on court Oly bleeds points. His offensive powers have abandoned him as well. You can safely say he's collecting his pension now. Was once great but is the same cancer Navarro was for 3 years.
    Mi imamo svoga boga, on se zove Bodiroga.
    Demetrious "Primo Gavrorum Malleus" Diamantidis

    Thank you for all you have given me. 6*
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23Bxh4eYMxw

    Panathinaikos is not just a club. It's a religion.
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    When the OAKA foundations moved a couple metres
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