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    Round 21 (23-24Jan20)

    CSKA Moscow - Valencia Basket 65-35
    Zenit St Petersburg - Olympiacos 43-57
    Bayern Munich - Maccabi Tel Aviv 42-58
    FC Barcelona - Crvena Zvezda 70-30
    Baskonia - Khimki 41-59
    Fenerbahce - AX Armani Milan 50-50
    Zalgiris - ALBA Berlin 53-47
    Panathinaikos - ASVEL Villeurbanne 62-38
    Real Madrid - Anadolu Efes 55-45
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    CSKA Moscow 60 - Valencia Basket 40
    Zenit St Petersburg 49 - Olympiacos 51
    Bayern Munich 45 - Maccabi Tel Aviv 55
    FC Barcelona 65 - Crvena Zvezda 35
    Baskonia 49 - Khimki 51
    Fenerbahce 60 - AX Armani Milan 40
    Zalgiris 51 - ALBA Berlin 49
    Panathinaikos 60 - ASVEL Villeurbanne 40
    Real Madrid 49 - Anadolu Efes 51

    Made the Efes Madrid pick assuming Rudy and Randolph are still out...

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    in actual conditions woudnt be easy for us.

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    Another interesting round, Real-Efes is the match of the week obviously.
    I'm very curious about Fener-Armani though. Fener should win this but it's equally important for Armani also. We will see if Obradovic has gained the control of the team yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adon View Post
    Another interesting round, Real-Efes is the match of the week obviously.
    indeed. We won the 1st game, but Real and CSKA are the two teams Efes typically lose against one way or another. it still hurts me to remember the last year's game in Istanbul. the record is 7-22 in the modern EL (post 2000).

    if Micic plays as expected, I'm more hopeful this time (for a change).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levenspiel View Post

    if Micic plays as expected, I'm more hopeful this time (for a change).
    You are jinxing it now and I've predicted Efes win

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    CSKA Moscow - Valencia Basket 70-30
    Zenit St Petersburg - Olympiacos 50-50
    Bayern Munich - Maccabi Tel Aviv 40-60
    FC Barcelona - Crvena Zvezda 75-25
    Baskonia - Khimki 50-50
    Fenerbahce - AX Armani Milan 60-40
    Zalgiris - ALBA Berlin 60-40
    Panathinaikos - ASVEL Villeurbanne 65-35
    Real Madrid - Anadolu Efes 45-55

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman365 View Post
    CSKA Moscow 60 - Valencia Basket 40
    Zenit St Petersburg 49 - Olympiacos 51
    Bayern Munich 45 - Maccabi Tel Aviv 55
    FC Barcelona 65 - Crvena Zvezda 35
    Baskonia 49 - Khimki 51
    Fenerbahce 60 - AX Armani Milan 40
    Zalgiris 51 - ALBA Berlin 49
    Panathinaikos 60 - ASVEL Villeurbanne 40
    Real Madrid 49 - Anadolu Efes 51

    Made the Efes Madrid pick assuming Rudy and Randolph are still out...
    Rudy in, Randolph out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maccabeo View Post
    in actual conditions woudnt be easy for us.
    You say this before every game, lmao

    Bayern is bad this year.

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    CSKA Moscow - Valencia Basket 75-25
    Zenit St Petersburg - Olympiacos 55-45
    Bayern Munich - Maccabi Tel Aviv 45-55
    FC Barcelona - Crvena Zvezda 75-25
    Baskonia - Khimki 52-48
    Fenerbahce - AX Armani Milan 55-45
    Zalgiris - ALBA Berlin 60-40
    Panathinaikos - ASVEL Villeurbanne 70-30
    Real Madrid - Anadolu Efes 48-52

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Chacho View Post
    Rudy in, Randolph out.
    what about micic and dunston? ı think important than rudy and randolph

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasua_85 View Post
    what about micic and dunston? ı think important than rudy and randolph
    Dunston out until end of February Micic will probably play.

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    Voigtmann is one of the most underrated Euroleague players.

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    Koniaris 5 fouls in 11 minutes, 2 turnover, 0 points

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    dont know if he will play but now and for the rest of the year, would Stoud add take off minutes by acy-rey or by calo-cohen? i obviously know the answer...

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    Sorry read the stat sheet too quick...My bad...

    They are shooting 62 percent from the field though....(talking about Zenit)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katastroika View Post
    Voigtmann is one of the most underrated Euroleague players.
    great player . i asked for him in yellow many times, but he is not the kind of big man mta use to add

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    I guess it's time to blow it up, release the scrubs, play Arsenopoulos, Nikolaidis and Pokousefski when he's healthy instead.

    It's good that Spanoulis and Printezis have at least another good year in them, it's bad that I doubt we can go and sign anyone else as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oly_fan View Post
    I guess it's time to blow it up, release the scrubs, play Arsenopoulos, Nikolaidis and Pokousefski when he's healthy instead.

    It's good that Spanoulis and Printezis have at least another good year in them, it's bad that I doubt we can go and sign anyone else as good.
    You could had won this but Koniaris changed the momentum at the most crucial point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adon View Post
    You could had won this but Koniaris changed the momentum at the most crucial point.
    Great to see Spanoulis can still have this type of game from time to time but man were the other backcourt players totally awful.
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