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Alba’s double in Munich with incredible collaboration in the final



An unlikely ball movement resulted in a late goal and a big win for Alba against Bayern Munich in a game that decided nothing but was a derby for 40 minutes.

It was the game of the disappointed, but it had its own meaning. Bayern and Alba fought on Friday evening (March 17) in Munich for the 29th game of the EuroLeague, with the Berliners winning (76:75) next to the basket thanks to an unlikely phase in the final that Gianni Wetzel scored without an opponent

Alba rose to 8-21 (4-11 home and 4-10 away) thanks to a great performance by Maodo Lo, who also provided the assist for the winning basket. Luke Sikma, Tamir Blatt and Yanni Wetzel followed, with Israel Gondaleth seeing a poor performance on the three (5/19) but 61% on the two and tenacity from the first second to the last.

Bayern fell back to 11:18 (8:7 h, 3:11 a) with Andrea Trinchieri saying at half-time the problem was attacking and indeed both ended up with the three-point share (7/24, 29.2%) paid. ) and the six misses. Cassius Winston and Isaac Bonga were the two standouts in a match that was gripping and suspenseful to the end.

THE REFEREES: Belosevic, Difala, Nedovic

THE DECADES: 14-22, 37-38, 58-56, 75-76

BAYERN MUNICH (Trinchieri): Wyler-Bubb 3 (1/8 shooting), Walden 9 (1), Seeley 2, Winston 14 (1 3-pointers, 3 rebounds, 8 assists, 2 steals), Gifai 11 (2), Bonga 12 (1 3-pointers, 4 rebounds, 2 steals), Lucic 7 (1/6 shooting, 4 rebounds), Obst 2, Wiberg 6 (3/3 2-pointers), Gillespie 5 (9 rebounds), Cheatham 4

ALBA BERLIN (Gondaleth): Law 16 (1), Prosida 5, Smith 6 (2), Dallow 4, Wetzel 11 (5/7 two-pointers), Snyder 4, Olidi 4, Coumaji 8 (4/5 two-pointers), Sikma 6 (2/2 2-pointers, 2/2 shots, 7 rebounds, 3 assists), Lammers 2, Hand 10 (2 3-pointers, 7 assists)

FC Bayern team statistics: 20/39 2-pointers, 7/24 3-pointers, 14/20 shots, 38 rebounds (23 defensive – 15 offensive), 16 assists, 5 steals, 1 block, 11 fouls

Alba’s team stats: 23/38 2-pointers, 5/19 3-pointers, 15/17 shots, 36 rebounds (25 defensive – 11 offensive), 19 assists, 2 steals, 5 blocks, 13 turnovers

The next games of the two teams: On Matchday 30, FC Bayern will play Armani in Milan (March 24, 10:00 p.m.), Alba will host Anadolu Efes in Berlin (March 24, 9:00 p.m.).

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Olympiacos now beat Panathinaikos out of habit




On the eve of April Fool’s Day, Olympiacos scored their 13th consecutive win over Panathinaikos and Vassilis Skoundis comments on the power of habit and the prevailing customary law in the derbies of the centuries.

This morning, after a traditional (journalistic) April Fool’s joke, Sportish published the news that Sarounas Jasikevicsous has been convinced by Anna Vissi and, as he says, will buy a nightclub.

My eye fell on the subject and to say my sin I believed it, after all Sarah’s love for bouzoukis, late nights and good times is well known and well sung (literally)!

Now – to be honest – it would sound more like an April Fool’s joke that happened just before the clocks left Friday and switched to Saturday.

The Real Nasty Emma!

I’m writing this because the fact that Olympiacos have suffered 13 consecutive defeats against Panathinaikos looks like a lie!

And indeed, with a blatant lie, I would have written the same if the thirteen offenders had the greens, because damn such long streaks are so unimaginable as to become unbelievable.

So as long as the Piraeus didn’t even stumble upon that reluctant number (the 13 de) and shoulder it, then their shoulder!

The Reds 13-0 and the green 27

This undoubtedly impressive and above all unprecedented and timed streak began after Panathinaikos’ last win by Nemanja Nedovic on November 22, 2021 in Neo Faliro and now extends to 13 victories achieved by Olympiacos in 16.5 months across the board from events:

Three in the regular season of the BasketLeague, three in the final series of playoffs, four in the Euroleague, one in the semifinals and one in the finals of the cup and one in the finals of the SuperCup.

Incidentally, the Greens are flying their own unique streak of 27 consecutive seasons in which they have won at least one title, but this year they are in serious danger of coming to an end…

So far, Panathinaikos has been derailed from three titles (SuperCup, Cup, EuroLeague) and is doomed to play all against all in the BasketLeague playoffs before Christos Serelis announced his team will be much more competitive.

The cash seller and public engagement

And while the Lavriotis coach continued to hold back and publicly make a significant promise, his counterpart is actually the cash seller in this story…

Bartzokas would never fall into an arrogant attitude, nor would Olympiacos think of saying the next time he faces Panathinaikos: “Welcome boys, welcome 13-0»!

At the end of the day, the Olympiakos coach is at this point putting aside the series against Panathinaikos and the distant Greek Championship playoffs and rightly maintaining a… pro-European stance.

After all, this is the biggest effort and challenge for the red organization, with the aim of qualifying for the Final 4 and what may come of it…

common law, custom and the acquired speed

I also wrote last Sunday after the league game that Olympiacos imposed their own customary right in this modern game with Panathinaikos and this was also amply proved yesterday…

The term “customary law” refers to the unwritten laws, all those rules that apply and are applied without being written down anywhere and imposed by the organized state.

This is exactly what happens in this case with the (13) winning streak, which, in addition to his racing background, is also extended by the power of habit in combination with the speed he has acquired.

Now Olympiacos throws Panathinaikos onto the canvas in a familiar and addictive way, but for this the necessary competitive conditions have been secured and met.

The know-how of Olympiacos

Even when the milk is squeezed and the Greens rise to the point of playing the whole game in a row, the Reds are so familiar with Derby terms that they leave no room to challenge their entrenched dominance.

Beyond quality, class and all sorts of concomitants (competitive and spiritual), Olympiacos is on its side and systematically invests in the know-how acquired over time.

Both at an individual and group level, the people of Piraeus have this know-how, which was not acquired through the training of the Holy Spirit, nor … bought at the nearest kiosk, but the result and at the same time the reward of is a systematic one Process.

The “Trust The Proceedings‘ that the Sixers have been stunning us with love for a decade!

With Olympiacos having a solid core and playing philosophy, it can effortlessly move to the “BoneThere, CompletedThe» the player and his coach: That means all or most of the participants were there and did it!

Sometimes with the spear, sometimes with the shield

In the current phase and until the opponent proves itself Olympiacos is invulnerable in the fights with Panathinaikos and prevails either with his offensive spear or with his defensive shield.

At the same time, the Greens are wriggling in the swamp of their deeds and omissions (and) this season, they are still looking for the compass on their course and, although they have given a more relaxed and certainly improved picture since the Sereli days, they can end the winning streak from Olympiakos still do not slow down.

What is their difference grossomodo?

In the fact that while Olympiacos built a very good team from the start, Panathinaikos – even when April has arrived – is still in the team building phase!

We haven’t gotten any smarter!

With these and with those that have been known and highlighted for a long time, Olympiakos reached the 13th place yesterdayThe his consecutive win in the Derby of Times that – to put it bluntly – made us no wiser!

What I mean;

But of course the fact that even when Bartzokas sees that some things are not going according to plan, he needed and wanted (like the recession of Panathinaikos-influenced tactics, Sloukas and the lack of three-pointers for four games, see 19 /87), he knows he’s got his kavatzes!

Someone or a few people will turn their noses up from either the first table on the dance floor or from the gallery and they’ll do the job for them nice and impasto, well, thanks.

Walkups Penance and Apostle Black

Yesterday, along with the usual suspects Sasha Vezenkov, it was Thomas Walkup and Tarik Black who have already left quite a few notes in their red book…

In particular, the US Navy is careful to permanently express remorse and ask his team for forgiveness (sic) for the damage he caused them on January 22, 2021 in Kaunas, where he stole the ball from Sluka and hit the winning basket, Zalgiris .

The Apostle

Black, on the other hand, is of another anecdote as he has the gift of bagasse for showing up where least expected, he displays the gift of an instant goalscorer, cleans up the dirty laundry in dt time and becomes the right man at the right time in the right place.

I can no longer describe Vezenkov!

In his case, science raises its hand…

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Walkup was named EuroLeague Matchday 32 MVP thanks to his performance against Panathinaikos




Tomas Walkup’s superb performance against Panathinaikos earned him the EuroLeague Matchday 32 MVP award.

Tomas Walkup was Olympiakos’ top scorer in defeating Panathinaikos (81-73). In fact, as it turned out, he was the best player of the 32nd game in the EuroLeague and also won the MVP award.

The American Guard had 11 points, 7 rebounds, 13 assists, 4 steals, 4 turnovers, 6 fouls and 32 points on the rating system, the most of any player on the team that won the 32nd game.

Vanja Marinkovics (Baskonia) and Matias Lessor (Partizan) each collected 29 points and shared second place.

Watch the VIDEO with the best moments of Walkup vs Panathinaikos:

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The hot atmosphere at SEF, the apotheosis of Tomic and the celebrations at the final




Olympiacos published the other side of his victory over Panathinaikos with moments uncaptured by the TV lens, highlighting the events of the crowd and the apotheosis of Milan Tomic on the field.

Olympiakos secured an important victory over Panathinaikos for EuroLeague Round 32 and a day later ‘red and white’ KAE published the missing parts of the game, with moments before, during and after the game not caught by the TV lens became .

The classic pre-match ritual, the atmosphere at SEF, the apotheosis of Milan Tomic and the celebrations at the final stand out.

watch the video:

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