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#21
Barcelona is my choice. Many won't agree with me.
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#22
In order for Barca to win there would be a mircle needed, such as basile's game last time.
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#23
[quote name='GuyOFK' date='05 April 2008 - 09:23 AM' timestamp='1207376600' post='5797']I hope Oly will do the job and throw CSKA from the F4.. I got tired from Messina basketball...GO GREER![/quote]

And you are thrilled from Yiannakis' basketball?
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#24
I think CSKA will now win against Olympiakos. It seems that they were sleeping in the 1st game but in the 2nd one they looked like the old dangerous CSKA again. Olympiakos is just much weaker with Macijauskas in such bad shape.



Barcelona and Maccabi is a very close match up. But I think that Barcelona have the advantage because their guards are much better than Maccabi's. However, with the loss of Ilyasova things could get worse for them.



Tau Ceramica should win against Partizan because at home they are a very dangerous team and almost impossible to stop their offense. Partizan needs more experience in my opinion, but maybe they will surprise me.
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#25
[quote name='Black Urum' date='06 April 2008 - 03:08 PM' timestamp='1207483712' post='6051']

And you are thrilled from Yiannakis' basketball?[/quote]

<img src='http://www.talkbasket.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Smile' /> Ho my dear friend I dislike Gianakis basketball but to be honest u can't play "Gianakis ball" with Greer in u'r team <img src='http://www.talkbasket.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Smile' />
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#26
[quote name='Tchato' date='06 April 2008 - 08:18 PM' timestamp='1207502333' post='6177']I think CSKA will now win against Olympiakos. It seems that they were sleeping in the 1st game but in the 2nd one they looked like the old dangerous CSKA again. Olympiakos is just much weaker with Macijauskas in such bad shape.[/quote]



I agree in the first part, that CSKA Moscow will win, but I disagree in the second part. CSKA Moscow, wasn't "sleeping" in the first game. Olympiakos was better and won in the end. In the second game, CSKA was better after the 1st half, and also waon in the end. I also agree that Olympiakos is much weaker with Macijauskas absence, but I really doubt, if Macas can play good basketball, in the same starting five with Greer ( in outstanding form in the last games, except the one in Piraeus, where CSKA played great defense on him, and in general ).



About the 2 other games, I can't accept ( and Bertomeu too I think ) the fact that there will be no Spanish team in the final 4, so I guess one of Barcelona or TAU, will proceed to the final 4. I give much more possibilities, to TAU of course. I don't think that Barcelona will overpass Nokia Arena at first, and Maccabi's team at second.



My latest prediction ( and after the latest games ) is: Montepaschi Siena ( omg <img src='http://www.talkbasket.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Tongue' /> ), CSKA Moscow, TAU Ceramica and Maccabi Elite Tel-Aviv.



PS. I give 15-20% to Oly, to grab the win in Moscow... again...
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#27
[quote name='Black Urum' date='06 April 2008 - 03:08 PM' timestamp='1207483712' post='6051']

And you are thrilled from Yiannakis' basketball?

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If you ask me ( and sorry for interrupting ), as Oly fan, I'm G-L-A-D, we have Yiannakis as coach. There's a HUGE difference, from Pinhas' era. And, I also think that Olympiakos played some good games ( with good basketball I mean ), like the one in Nokia Arena, and the latest one in Moscow.



And in the end, I think, Yiannakis' ( Messina's an Zotc too ) way to play basketball ( I mean less aggressive, with huge concentration in defense ) brings the caps.
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#28
No one said it wasn't good basketball or it didn't bring results. Personally I like all basketball.



So naturally I don't mind Messina or Yiannakis basketball... I was just asking him whether he dislikes Messina's basketball but likes Yiannakis' basketball, no need to take us wrong...
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#29
[quote name='Black Urum' date='07 April 2008 - 01:56 PM' timestamp='1207565786' post='6246']No one said it wasn't good basketball or it didn't bring results. Personally I like all basketball.



So naturally I don't mind Messina or Yiannakis basketball... I was just asking him whether he dislikes Messina's basketball but likes Yiannakis' basketball, no need to take us wrong...[/quote]

No problem. I didn't took anyone wrong! Cheers! I simply said my opinion about Yiannakis! <img src='http://www.talkbasket.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Smile' />



Btw, I think Yiannakis way is pretty much the same with Messina's one. They simply have different roster, in different teams, with different goals.
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