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FINAL FOUR SCHEDULE
May 4, Semifinal
Win 67-53 vs.
May 6, FINAL
Win 93-91 vs.
Road to Athens
Panathinaikos highlights video
Diamantidis, Siskauskas are all-Euroleague nominees
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FF Final: Panathinaikos 93-91 CSKA Moscow
A green machine takes 2007 Euroleague title!!
The Greens defeated defending champion CSKA Moscow 93-91 in a thrilling final at Athens Olympic Indoor Hall (OAKA) in the Greek capital on Sunday to take their first title in five years. In front of a very green sold-out crowd, Panathinaikos captain Fragiskos Alvertis raised the new Euroleague Basketball trophy as the proud club celebrated its fourth Euroleague title – the most of any team in the Final Four era. Final Four MVP Dimitris Diamantidis scored 15 points and displayed the needed leadership to take his team to glory. Diamantidis was one of six Panathinaikos players to score in double figures. Ramunas Siskauskas, who tied a Euroleague final game record with 12 free throws made and set another with 17 attempted, shined with 20 points and 5 assists, Dejan Tomasevic added 16, Mike Batiste and Milos Vujanic had 12 each and Nikos Hatzivrettas posted 10..
MVP Dimitios Diamantidis
FF Semifinal: Panathinaikos 67-53 Tau: hosts make final!
Panathinaikos advanced to the Euroleague Final for the first time in five years by downing Tau Ceramica 67-53 Friday night in the second semifinal of the 2007 Euroleague Final Four at Athens Olympic Indoor Hall (OAKA) in the Greek capital. To the delight of their many fans in the sold-out arena, Sani Becirovic and Mike Batiste scored 15 points apiece to lead the Greens, who led from start to finish. Panathinaikos, which has not been to a final since winning the 2002 title in Bologna, Italy, will face defending champion CSKA Moscow in the championship game here on Sunday evening.
COACH INTERVIEW, Zelimir Obradovic
With five Euroleague titles from four teams, Zeljko Obradovic has become the bar that coaching greatness is measured by. But the Panathinaikos boss is still adding titles to his record tally. With tip-off for the 2007 Final Four in his adopted home of Athens only days away, Obradovic shares his feelings in the Euroleague.net interview.
PLAYER INTERVIEW, Kostas Tsartsaris
As Panathinaikos gets ready for the Final Four, one of its most important players is the often overlooked Kostas Tsartsaris. While the 27-year-old big man does not fill up the box score as much as some of his teammates, his ability to stay calm and better his team have made him one of coach Zeljko Obradovic's most trusted players.
FINAL FOUR BLOGGER, Sani Becirovic
I only had one previous experience at the Final Four, but I remember it as something unique. To start with, it was my first time at a Final Four. Also, we played the Final Four in front of our home crowd. To me, the whole thing was like a dream come true.
FINAL FOUR FAN MAIL, Dejan Tomasevic
If any player can appreciate how difficult it is to reach and win a Final Four, it might be Dejan Tomasevic of Panathinaikos. The veteran center played his first Final Four in 1998, and since then has been a regular season MVP, an All-Euroleague selection and the ULEB Cup Final MVP.
FINAL FOUR VIDEO PROFILE, Mike Batiste
Just like Panathinaikos,
started the season at full speed and is now ready for one of the biggest weekends of his career. Batiste led the Greens on their amazing 11-game run early in the regular season, earning Euroleague Basketball's November MVP honors in the process.
Thursday, April 26, 2007
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