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Euroleague 2014/2015
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Regular season is over.

Final standings:


1. *Real Madrid 8-2
2. *Anadolu Efes Istanbul 6-4
3. *Zalgiris Kaunas 5-5
4. *Nizhny Novgorod 5-5
5. Unics Kazan 5-5
6. Dinamo Sassari 1-9


1. *CSKA Moscow 10-0
2. *Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 7-3
3. *Unicaja Malaga 4-6
4. *ALBA Berlin 4-6
5. Cedevita Zagreb 3-7
6. Limoges CSP 2-8


1. *FC Barcelona 9-1
2. *Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul 8-2
3. *Panathinaikos Athens 5-5
4. *EA7 Emporio Armani Milan 5-5
5. FC Bayern Munich 2-8
6. PGE Turow Zgorzelec 1-9


1. *Olympiacos Piraeus 8-2
2. *Crvena Zvezda Telekom 6-4
3. *Laboral Kutxa Vitoria 5-5
4. *Galatasaray Liv Hospital 4-6
5. Neptunas Klaipeda 4-6
6. Valencia Basket 3-7

Top 16 groups:


Real Madrid
Panathinaikos Athens
FC Barcelona
Crvena Zvezda Telekom
Zalgiris Kaunas
ALBA Berlin


CSKA Moscow
Laboral Kutxa Vitoria
Nizhny Novgorod
Olympiacos Piraeus
Anadolu Efes Istanbul
Unicaja Malaga
EA7 Milan
The first round of the Top 16 is less than a week away.

Group E

Crvena Zvezda vs. Real Madrid Jan. 2, 19:00 CET
Galatasaray vs. Zalgiris Kaunas Dec. 30, 19:00 CET
ALBA Berlin vs. FC Barcelona Jan. 2, 20:00 CET
Panathinaikos Athens vs. Maccabi Dec. 30, 21:00 CET

Group F

Unicaja Malaga vs. Olympiacos Piraeus Jan. 2, 21:00 CET
EA7 Milan vs. Nizhny Novgorod Jan. 2, 21:00 CET
Fenerbahce vs. CSKA Moscow Jan. 2, 19:00 CET
Laboral Kutxa Vitoria vs. Anadolu Efes Jan. 2, 21:00 CET
Quote:Two Group E games begin Top 16, Euroleague preview

By John Hobbs @johnswisshobbs

Panathinaikos begin their Euroleague Top 16 campaign at the OAKA against Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv on Tuesday in Group E as they aim to bounce back from three straight defeats in the regular season.

The short winter break might be a blessing for the Greek side as they prepare to face the current Euroleague champions, who have won five of their last six games in the competition. But Maccabi might be without December’s MVP Devin Smith, Sofoklis Schortsanitis and swingman Sylven Landesberg for the trip to Athens.

Still, Panathinaikos coach Dusko Ivanovic remains cautious.

“This will be our first game for the Top 16 of the Turkish Airlines Euroleague,” Ivanovic said. “And it is a very important game because we are going to play in our home court and we have to defend it.

“Maccabi Tel Aviv are the current Euroleague Champions, they are tough team, we respect them but we must be ready to play hard and give our 100 percent to win this game.”

The other Group E encounter being played on Tuesday will see Zalgiris look to begin their Top 16 odyssey with a win as they travel to Istanbul to face Galatasaray.

Despite the financial problems that face Galatasaray, they have still been able to bolster their squad ahead of the Top 16 and will still be a match for anyone, which is something that Zalgiris’s leading scorer James Anderson is highly aware of.

The American, currently averaging 17 points a game is focused on getting what would be an already vital road win.

“We want to start with a road win,” Anderson said. “At the Top 16 we have to take our game to another level. We need to get to the rhythm and it would be really helpful for us to start on a high note.

“We have to do our best every night and to go game by game. Galatasaray is first in our schedule. It is strong opponent, but if we bring everything to the table we can get a win there.”

The two games start the Euroleague Top 16, with six more games to be played on Friday, January 2.
Galatasaray 78-69 Zalgiris Kaunas

Panathinaikos Athens 83-76 Maccabi

Crvena Zvezda 72-79 Real Madrid
ALBA Berlin 80-70 FC Barcelona
Fenerbahce 81-84 CSKA Moscow
Laboral Kutxa Vitoria 67-72 Anadolu Efes
EA7 Milan 59-79 Nizhny Novgorod
Unicaja Malaga 61-69 Olympiacos Piraeus

Current standings:

Group E

Real Madrid 3-0
Panathinaikos Athens 2-1
Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 2-1
Galatasaray Liv Hospital Istanbul 2-1
FC Barcelona 1-2
Zalgiris Kaunas 1-2
ALBA Berlin 1-2
Crvena Zvezda Telekom Belgrade 0-3

Group F
Olympiacos Piraeus 3-0
CSKA Moscow 3-0
Anadolu Efes Istanbul 2-1
Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul 1-2
Nizhny Novgorod 1-2
Laboral Kutxa Vitoria 1-2
EA7 Emporio Armani Milan 1-2
Unicaja Malaga 0-3

Thursday, 22 January 2015

CSKA Moscow vs. Unicaja Malaga
Galatasaray vs. Alba
Real Madrid vs. Panathinaikos
EA7 Emporio Armani vs. Fenerbahce Ulker

Friday, 23 January 2015

Nizhny Novgorod vs. Anadolu Efes
Zalgiris vs. Maccabi
Olympiacos vs. Laboral Kutxa
Barcelona vs. Red Star
Galatasaray 65-75 Alba Berlin
Real Madrid 83-65 Panathinaikos
Zalgiris 66-73 Maccabi
Barcelona 92-77 Red Star
CSKA Moscow 101-74 Unicaja
EA7 Emporio Armani 71-82 Fenerbahce
Nizhny Novgorod 109-90 Anadolu Efes
Olympiacos 76-64 Laboral Kutxa

Top 16 is gaining momentum

CSKA Moscow 103-95 Nizhny Novgorod
Maccabi 90-86 Real Madrid
Laboral Kutxa 102-83 EA7 Emporio Armani
Red Star 86-69 Alba Berlin
Anadolu Efes 84-70 Olympiacos
Unicaja 60-68 Fenerbahce
Barcelona 89-72 Zalgiris
Panathinaikos 86-77 Galatasaray

Where the hell are all the 2015 posts? I know I've been away for a while, but where the hell is everybody gone? Lol come out all you Oly fans because you might be lifting the trophy in Madrid next month...
Spanoulis perfomance in last quarter was amazing. Done once again!

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