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The Cigarafterten European Basketball Power Rankings – Friday, April 28

God bless European Basketball! Today, Friday, April 28 we have two great events: Euroleague Playoffs Game 4 and FIBA Champions League Final Four. The Cigarafterten European Basketball Power Rankings Friday, April 28 01 CSKA MOSCOW– Dimitris Itoudis‘ boys defeated Baskonia 3-0 in the Euroleague playoffs. Now the Russian team has time to focus on VTB United League. A

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Fenerbahce and CSKA advance to the Final Four

Fenerbahce Istanbul and CSKA Moscow became the first two teams to advance to the 2017 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four.  Game 3 results #7 Baskonia –  #2 CSKA Moscow 88-90 CSKA wins 3-0 #5 Fenerbahce –  #4 Panathininaikos 79-61 Fenerbahce wins 3-0 #6 Efes – #3 Olympiacos 64-60 Efes leads 2-1 #8 Darussafaka – #1 Real Madrid 81-88 Real leads 2-1 Friday, April 28 Euroleague playoff game 4

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What’s going on in Euroleague playoffs

Game 1 Results #2 CSKA Moscow – #7 Baskonia 98-90 CSKA leads 1-0 #4 Panathininaikos – #5 Fenerbahce 58-71 Fenerbahce leads 1-0 #3 Olympiacos – #6 Efes 87-72 Olympiacos leads 1-0 #1 Real Madrid – #8 Darussafaka 83-75 Real leads 1-0 Thursday, April 20 Euroleague playoff game 2 19:00 CSKA Moscow – Baskonia 20:00 Panathinaikos – Fenerbahce Friday, April

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The Cigarafterten European Basketball Power Rankings – Tuesday, April 18

We know newpapers write boring articles about Euroleague and the other European cups. We know marketing is working to destroy the game, but now we have – every 10 days – The Cigarafterten European Basketball Power Rankings, something newspapers and marketing will never undertand. The Cigarafterten European Basketball Power Rankings Tuesday, April 18 01 REAL MADRID – With a

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CSKA Moscow – Baskonia Game 1 Preview

Euroleague 2016/2017 playoffs start with CSKA Moscow vs Baskonia, a match where home team is clear favorite. Tuesday, April 18 Euroleague playoff game 1 19:00 CSKA Moscow – Baskonia 20:00 Panathinaikos – Fenerbahce All times are CET – Central Europe Time We have also Panathinaikos vs Fenerbache, you see, but the battle of Moscow is somehow more interesting

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