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    Default Euroleague regular season: Week 18

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

    Panathinaikos is expected to have more than 500 fans in milan,that number maybe even be near 1000. we need that win to maintain position near 4th place and keep the rest of the teams far from 6th. i dont think that armani will be a threat for 6th place,even if they have 2 wins in the games between us,but you never know. for the record after the game panathinaikos has 3 home games in a row(zalgiris,bayern,asvel) and armani has 3 away matches in a row(efes,maccabi,fener)
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    Perhaps Barca-Efes will be the most enjoyable game but Baskonia-Fener, Armani-Pao and Asvel-CZ are the most interesting and decisive.
    I would bet for the win of Fener, Armani and CZ without any certainty ofcourse.

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    ALBA Berlin 30 - 70 Maccabi Tel Aviv
    AX Armani Milan 45 - 55 Panathinaikos
    Baskonia 45 - 55 Fenerbahce
    Real Madrid 65 - 35 Zalgiris
    Khimki 70 - 30 Zenit St Petersburg
    Bayern Munich 35 - 65 CSKA Moscow
    ASVEL Villeurbanne 60 - 40 Crvena Zvezda
    FC Barcelona 51 - 49 Anadolu Efes
    Valencia Basket 55 - 45 Olympiacos

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    with actual roster we wil suffer in berlin too. dont know results, but it will be hard

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    ALBA Berlin 48 - Maccabi Tel Aviv 52
    AX Armani Milan 48 - Panathinaikos 52
    Baskonia 49 - Fenerbahce 51
    Real Madrid 60 - Zalgiris 40
    Khimki 60 - Zenit St Petersburg 40
    Bayern Munich 45 - CSKA Moscow 55
    ASVEL Villeurbanne 51 - Crvena Zvezda 49
    FC Barcelona 53 - Anadolu Efes 47
    Valencia Basket 53 - Olympiacos 47

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adon View Post
    Perhaps Barca-Efes will be the most enjoyable game but Baskonia-Fener, Armani-Pao and Asvel-CZ are the most interesting and decisive.
    I would bet for the win of Fener, Armani and CZ without any certainty ofcourse.
    Ataman says they will definitely beat Barcelona. I think this is his totem or something...

    in other games, agreed, I had a very hard time predicting. Baskonia-Fener is probably the most critical game for the PO race.
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    ALBA Berlin - Maccabi Tel Aviv 40-60
    AX Armani Milan - Panathinaikos 56-44
    Baskonia - Fenerbahce 40-60
    Real Madrid - Zalgiris 60-40
    Khimki - Zenit St Petersburg 70-30
    Bayern Munich - CSKA Moscow 48-52
    ASVEL Villeurbanne - Crvena Zvezda 53-47
    FC Barcelona - Anadolu Efes 57-43
    Valencia Basket - Olympiacos 54-46
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    Milano seem to be in a mess especially after Micov's statement after their loss to Cantu.

    «Some players were damaging to the team today.The situation remains the same and we can't keep playing like that. Some players need to wake up and help us more. »
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    If Real Madrid beats Zalgiris, we will tie our record of most consecutive wins in Euroleague (13 W from 2013-2014 season). We also would surpass Fener's record in the actual sistema.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maccabeo View Post
    with actual roster we wil suffer in berlin too. dont know results, but it will be hard
    thats the same roster that beat cska & Pao + Jackson + Raynolds.

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

    Panathinaikos is expected to have more than 500 fans in milan,that number maybe even be near 1000. we need that win to maintain position near 4th place and keep the rest of the teams far from 6th. i dont think that armani will be a threat for 6th place,even if they have 2 wins in the games between us,but you never know. for the record after the game panathinaikos has 3 home games in a row(zalgiris,bayern,asvel) and armani has 3 away matches in a row(efes,maccabi,fener)

    1000 Maccabi fans are in Berlin Right now....

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    Sloukas is out against Baskonia due to a flu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toruko View Post
    Sloukas is out against Baskonia due to a flu.
    Now we will see if we could speed up a game without him.
    I thought we will lose for sure after Perasovic-Ivanovic switch, but now it's maybe a chance to change something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Equilibrium View Post
    thats the same roster that beat cska & Pao + Jackson + Raynolds.
    According to YNET and Sport ONE, Wolters is also back, so we should even see some improvement. I hope Wilbekin is fully recovered.
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    according to israeli websites 1000-1500 Maccabi fans will be at the game vs Alba, Amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Equilibrium View Post
    thats the same roster that beat cska & Pao + Jackson + Raynolds.
    well , wolters hunter and wil , will give us big chances vs berlin sure. as wecould win over pana and cska at home, but without black - diba we couldnt win in pana or cska home and we couldnt beat barca or real. sure we cant get f4 or playoffs with hm advantage

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    Quote Originally Posted by arelg View Post
    according to israeli websites 1000-1500 Maccabi fans will be at the game vs Alba, Amazing.
    I feel like Maccabi fans are even more enthusiastic than their normal as the team does pretty well, is that so?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vivo View Post
    I feel like Maccabi fans are even more enthusiastic than their normal as the team does pretty well, is that so?
    After 5 years, Maccabi is finally back, so the fans are excited and enthusiastic, that's quite understandable isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by arelg View Post
    After 5 years, Maccabi is finally back, so the fans are excited and enthusiastic, that's quite understandable isn't it?
    Yeah, feels like that, I just wanted to ask if it is my perception or a fact. It is even seen in home games, and Maccabi home games are usually full anyways even when the team was bad.
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    Maccabi fans have taken all over Alba's court!
    this is really fun to watch
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