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Milano wins the Italian SupeCup, but they have nothing to celebrate.

Yesterday, Sunday 24 September, OLIMPIA MILANO defeated REYER VENEZIA in the Italian SuperCup final. The white & red men suffered the Reyer basketball since the beginning till the end, winning by only 5 points: 82-77.

Our point of view is that Milano, an EuroLeague team has nothing to celebrate for this tiny win against Venezia, a Basketball Champions League team. By the way, Reyer was without Stefano Tonut, one the best player in the roster. After this win, Milano fans think their team can compete and get a playoff spot in EuroLeague this season. Good night and good luck.

Milano – Venezia 82-77

(17-26; 39-40; 55-58)

Venezia: Haynes 5, Peric 13, Johnson 14, Bramos 14, De Nicolao 2, Jenkins 14, Orelik 4, Bolpin ne, Ress, Biligha 2, Cerella ne, Watt 9. Coach: De Raffaele.

Milano: Goudelock 14, Micov 8, Pascolo ne, Fontecchio, Cinciarini 2, Cusin, Abass ne, M’baye 14, Theodore 29, Jefferson, Bertans 3, Gudaitis 12. Coach: Pianigiani.


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