Lokomotiv Kuban and Darussafaka Dogus have booked their spot in the EuroCup semi-finals with sweeps over Gran Canaria and Buducnost, respectively. But the quarter-finals are still alive for Unics Kazan and Zenit St. Petersburg, who forced a game three.
∞∞∞ LOKOMOTIV SWEEP GRAN CANARIA ∞∞∞
Dmitry Kulagin expected for a career-high 32 points as Lokomotiv Kuban made it 18 EuroCup wins in a row as they beat Gran Canaria 80-59 to complete a 2-0 sweep.
Kulagin hit four three-pointers and 12/12 free throw shooting for a career-high index rating of 34 in his haul.
∞∞∞ DARUSSAFAKA THROUGH TO SEMIS ∞∞∞
Led by regular season MVP Scottie Wilbekin, Darussfaka Istanbul scored a 78-71 win over Buducnost in Podgorica.
Wilbekin led the winners with 22 points.
∞∞∞ TWO GAMES HEAD TO GAME THREE ∞∞∞
Unics Kazan has taken their quarter-final series with Bayern Munich after an 80-73 win at home, which forced a deciding game three on Wednesday.
Quino Colom led the way for Kazan with 15 points.
Fellow Russian side Zenit St. Petersburg also forced a game three and kept the hopes of having three sides from Russia in the EuroCup last four as they eased past Reggio Emilia 91-77.
Evgeny Voronov led the winners with 22 points and eight rebounds as the two teams prepare to face off in the decider on Wednesday.