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Euroleague and ULEB CUP 2006-07

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This is a tough draw, for me it should have been the final as PAO and Tau have been the strongest sides imo in Europe this year. Ela PANATHINAIKARA SIKOSE TO!!! :gr: :gr: :gr:

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PAO is looking very strong and been at home should make things easier!

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FINAL FOUR Semifinals

Friday, May 4 (Athens, Greece)

CSKA Moscow - Unicaja 17:30

Panathinaikos - Tau Ceramica 20:30

I'm an AEK fan and I say "GO PANATHINAIKOS!!!!!!!"

Panathinaikos head coach Zeljko Obradovic

"I've been asked many times about the pressure. I am happy because we are part of this Final Four in Athens. We are very happy to have a chance to play in this great city of Athens. We are ready, every year we have a better competition. We have three good teams and we are happy to join them in the Final Four. I believe that my team is ready to play good basketball. It is very important for everybody to see good games and I am sure fans will have a great opportunity to enjoy great games. There is no revenge atmosphere against Tau Ceramica for what happened last season. Not at all, because Tau is a new team with a new coach, and I have six new players. It has nothing to do with last year's playoff game."

"A lot of people say that there are no stars left in Europe, but we do have stars and that's a fact. If anyone of you saw the last game of the Unicaja-Barcelona playoff series, the two passes Pepe Sanchez made only a star can do. Theo Papaloukas is a star and he has proved it. Fragiskos Alvertis has played for 17 years in Panathinaikos and you need to be a star for that. It is difficult to see a point guard like Zoran Planinic. Some players decide to go to the NBA, but some young players miss the opportunity to be in our teams. The Euroleague is an excellent competition, I really believe it."

"Eight years ago, the former Yugoslavian League was a great competition. Split won the Euroleague three times in a row and then Partizan won it in 1992, but their national competition, with so many countries is not like before and it is very difficult to compete with the rest of the big leagues in Europe such as Spain, Italy, Greece, Germany or Russia. The rules have also changed, because two foreigners were allowed in every team and now a team can even have the possibility to play the Euroleague with 12 American players. This year, if you remember, Partizan played an excellent Euroleague. Olimpija and Cibona are always good quality teams and they have the possibility to make it to the Final Four in the future. I wish they can make it."

"I am sure of what we are fighting for. Since the first practice this season, I talked to my players, saying that Panathinaikos has had the obligation in the last 15 years to be at the top in every competition, not only to win games, but something more. I want to see the team play good basketball and the fans to be happy with us. It has been like that all season long."

http://euroleaguequiz.euroleague.net/mvpSy...m/all_eteam.php

Interview with Panathinaikos player Batiste:

http://217.13.116.51/finalfour06/flashview...te_Practice.flv

Interview with Panathinaikos player Siskauskas:

http://217.13.116.51/finalfour06/flashview...as_Practice.flv

If you want to follow the games online:

http://www.euroleague.net/news/i/11823/180/item

Edited by plato-ny

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credit to AThens

holding the Euroleague and Champions League Finals in the same year :tup:

PAME TRIFYLLARA GIA KYPELLO!!!

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TI OMADA

best owner, :nw:

best coach, :tup:

1/2 Greek NT :gr:

Tzigger xypna :angry:

PEACE

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Any chance of watching this in Canada

GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO PAO

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:gr: :gr: :gr: :gr: 4 time Champs

93-91 wow

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BRAVO to PAO. Well deserve win. I watch the game and it was very good. Again BRAVO!

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4 !

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS :nw: :gr:

PAVLO THEE,

PARE THN PAE! :tup: :nw:

vardinogia...

vardinogiani [email protected] ...ra,

vale ston [email protected]

vale ston [email protected]@

ta lefta! :angry: :tdown:

Enough said.

Ti omada!

ti proedros!

ti kosmos!

ti OBRADOVIC :nw:

Einai Theos,

Einai Theos

O arxhgos

Panathinaikos roster: millions of Euros

Foreign and Greek Basketball superstars singing in Greek, "protathlima kai kypello kai Europaiko": ... PRICELESS :tup: :D

MVP: Dimirtis Diamantidis :tup:

THIS IS PANATHINAIKOS ! :tup: :tup: :tup: :nw: :nw: :nw:

PEACE

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Panathinaikos celebrating their 4th European Championship:

Posted Image

http://217.13.116.51/finalfour06/flashview...ations_Pana.flv

Final Four MVP Diamantidis:

http://217.13.116.51/finalfour06/flashview...tidis_final.flv

Euroleague MVP Papaloukas (CSKA Moscow):

Posted Image

http://217.13.116.51/finalfour06/flashview..._Papaloukas.flv

Diamantidis was voted to all-Euroleague first team and Siskauskas (Panathinaikos) and Papadopoulos (Dynamo Moscow) were voted to all-Euroleague second team. Congrats to all!!!

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