The EuroCup finals are set as Lokomotiv Kuban and Darussafaka Istanbul will compete for a place in next season’s EuroLeague.
Lokomotiv reached the final after winning their 20th straight game, a new EuroCup record with a 79-69 road win over Reggio Emilia in game two of the semi-finals.
Mardy Collins led Kuban with 22 points as they enter the finals still unbeaten.
And Darussfaka have the chance to not only break the Russian side’s streak but also bounce straight to the EuroLeague as they swept Bayern Munich.
Scottie Wilbekin exploded for 41 points as he hit ten three-pointers in an 87-83 win.