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The result of the Basket League, loss four and final score for the stay



AEK, PAOK, Prometheus are fighting for the top 4 and home field advantage in the first round of the playoffs, with the match Karditsa – Ionikos holding the winner in the Basket League of the 2023/24 season.

The Basket League’s 21st game featured three games on Saturday (4/1) with PAOK’s win over AEK making the most noise and Lavrio’s brace in Nice putting Ionikos ahead of the finals to keep him in the category against opponent Karditsa , in the closed Yiannis Bourousis.

With Olympiakos clearing the lead, the focus is on battling for the top four. And that’s where things are easy. If Prometheus does the 2/2 at home with Peristeri and away with AEK, it’ll be at least fourth. If they lose one and defeat PAOK Apollon in Patras on the final day of play, then the Thessaloniki team will have home advantage in the first round of the playoffs.

From then on, Aris and Kolossos will try to avoid places 7 and 8 to avoid facing Olympiakos and Panathinaikos in the quarterfinals, while the game of the 22nd game between Karditsa and Ionikos keeps the team that will celebrate the victory in the A1 .

The results and schedule of the 21st game day

  • Colossus – Aris 96-90
  • Ionian – Lavrio 82-90
  • PAOK – AEK 78-72
  • Panathinaikos – Apollon Patras 2/4 at 15:45
  • Prometheus – Peristeri 2/4 at 5:00 p.m
  • Olympiakos – Karditsa 2/4 at 19:15

The program of the 22nd game day

  • AEK – Olympiacos
  • Karditsa – Ionian
  • Peristeri – Panathinaikos
  • Lavrio – Colossus
  • Apollon Patras-PAOK
  • Ares-Prometheus

* The dates and times of the games have not been announced

Source: sport 24

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Fun VIDEO: Kanan explains why he didn’t eat souvlaki, how to pronounce his name and why he wants to stay at Olympiakos




Isaiah Kanan was adorable in The Bald Brothers. Now also see in the VIDEO what he caused by saying that he has not eaten souvlaki, how he answered the question about staying at Olympiakos and why he has no problem not being called by his name .

You heard it, you read it. Time to see some excerpts from Isaiah Kanan’s interview with Sportish and the Bald Brothers. The American guard was in the 24MEDIA studios for 73 minutes, he talked about his whole life and showed all his faces.

He was happy talking about the Greek souvlaki (or gyros, if that’s what some people want), sad remembering the Final Four in Kaunas, happy talking about Olympiakos, Bartzokas and the question spoke of his stay, emotionally, as he rolled back the year to the days of Hurricane Katrina and his serious injury in an NBA game.

But watch three VIDEO features from the lengthy interview:

In the first he talks about his stay and next season at Olympiakos

In the second for the Greek souvlaki

Check out this Instagram post.

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In the third and last sentence, because he has no problem with mispronouncing his name:

Listen to the full episode and follow Bald Brothers Spyro Kavalierato – Haris Stavrou on Spotify, at Apple Podcasts and on Google Podcasts.

Source: sport 24

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Story with meaning by Printezis about Milutinov




Giorgos Printezis uploaded a five-year-old post to Instagram in which he tells a meaningful story in the company of Miloutinov, Papanikolaou and Vezenkov.

Nikola Milutinov has been in Greece for the past few days. He met with Veschenkov. He is known to be Olympiacos’ first target. All of this gave Giorgos Printezis the opportunity to upload an older story of his to Instagram that is full of meaning.

Notably, the former Olympiakos captain has uploaded the post he posted in 2018 when Milutinov left the ‘Red-Whites’. He then uploaded a photo of the two performing together with Kostas Papanikolaou and Sasha Vezenkov with the message “you can find everything but not that. Good luck brother!!!”. He has now done that, except he added an emoji in the bottom right showing someone thinking.

Giorgos Printezis' contribution with Miloutinov, Vezenkov and Papanikolaou, with the emoji on the bottom right of the photo

It’s been five years since this post, and Printezis found it in his memories and re-uploaded it, a step that makes sense to create associations.

Source: sport 24

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Who are the coaches with the most NBA Finals? The list of those who have fought the most for the ring



The trainers is the key to achievement ring but who are the coaches with? more finals is disputed throughout NBA history?

It’s time for a review.

Which NBA coach has played in the most Finals?

The coach who has played in the most NBA Finals is Phil Jackson.

The Lakers and Bulls legend totaled 13 rows per ring throughout his major league career.

The complete list of coaches with the most NBA Finals

pos. Coach finals
1 Phil Jackson 13
2 Red Auerbach eleven
3 Pat Riley 9
4 John Kundla, Gregg Popovich, Steve Kerr and Erik Spoelstra 6
5 KC Jones 5

Phil Jackson

  • Final appearances: 13
  • championships: eleven

It couldn’t be more. Zen Master is the coach who has directed the most Finals: seven with the Los Angeles Lakers and six with the Chicago Bulls. In all those he came with the Windy City team he was a winner alongside Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, while with the purple and gold he won five and lost two (in 2004 against the Detroit Pistons and in 2008 against the Boston Celtics).

Red Auerbach

  • Final appearances: eleven
  • championships:9

An NBA story: without him you can’t understand the history of the Boston Celtics. He won eight straight titles with the clubs in one of the sport’s greatest dynasties, led by Bill Russell. He later became general manager and president, winning six more championships.

Pat Riley

  • Final appearances:9
  • championships: 5

One of only two people in the NBA to be a champion as a player, coach and executive. As a coach he promoted Larry O’Brien four times with the Lakers, with Magic Johnson on the court, while with the Miami Heat he won another title on that team that had Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O’Neal. He is currently the president of Miami and is going for his third championship as an executive.

John Kudla

  • Final appearances:6
  • championships: 5

When the Lakers were in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Kudla led them from 1947 to 1959, making the Finals in 1949, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1954 and 1959. All he lost was the last of the Red Auerbachs to Red Auerbach. 4-0.

Gregg Popovich

  • Final appearances:6
  • championships: 5

One of the assets on this list. The legendary coach built a dynasty with Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginóbili, winning all five franchise titles. The only time it lost in the Finals was to the Miami Heat of LeBron James, D-Wade and Chris Bosh in 2013.

Steve Kerr

  • Final appearances:6
  • championships: 4

As a player and coach it was a historic championship for this league. Kerr took over the helm of the Golden State Warriors in 2014 and has since led them to five consecutive Finals between 2015 and 2019, winning three against the Cleveland Cavaliers and losing one to the same opponent and another to the Toronto Raptors. and to this in 2022 he added one more appearance.

Erik Spölstra

  • Final appearances:6
  • championships: 2

Spoelstra has dedicated most of his life to the Miami Heat and has responded with good results. Two years after the franchise’s first championship in 2008, he took the helm and has since been the coach leading the team to two titles in 2012 and 2013 with LeBron, Wade and Bosh.

They were also defeated in 2011 by the Dallas Mavericks, in 2014 by the San Antonio Spurs and in 2020 by the Lakers. What will happen in 2023 against the Denver Nuggets?

KC Jones

  • Final appearances: 5
  • championships: 2

In his long tenure as coach of the Washington Bullets, Boston Celtics and Seattle SuperSonics, the man born in Taylor, Texas, was the monarch on Clover’s team in 1984 and 1986, defeating the Lakers and Rockets, respectively. However, he fell three more times: twice with Boston against the purple and gold, and once when he led the Washington Bullets to a 1975 loss to the Warriors.

The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the NBA or its organizations.

Source: Sporting News

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