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Fenerbahe-Efes and Real Madrid-CSKA: the fight to be in the Euroleague final


The Pavilion Fernando Buesa Arena in Vitoria will be the venue this evening of one of the great events of the world basketball season. The Euroleague Final Four opens the fire today with the semifinals that will be played by Anadolu Efes and Fenerbahçe (18.00) and CSKA Moscow and Real Madrid (9:00 p.m.). Two exciting duels that will define the great Sunday end (2/4 of 9). Real Madrid manager Pablo Laso will try to revalidate the title he won last season. Movistar + will offer the duels.

The Turkish derby opens today the day. Zelenko Obradovic's Fenerbahçe arrives as one of the favorites after a season with very few defeats but with significant losses, those of the French Joffrey Lauvergne and the Italian Luigi Datome. For his part, Anadolu Efes returns to a Final Four after 18 years and does it in good shape, after eliminating Barça in the quarterfinals in Istanbul (80-71) and with great players, such as Moerman and Larkin. Madrid, the current champion, still has its sixth participation in a Final Four in the last 8 years with the goal of re-issuing the title.

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