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It was a strange season for Olympiacos Piraeus, as its main team only competed in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague, and the season was canceled due to the COVID-10 pandemic. Olympiacos had managed to keep its core of players, led by Vassilis Spanoulis, Georgios Printezis, Kostas Papanikolaou, Nikola Milutinov and Sasha Vezenkov, all coached by David Blatt for the second season. In early October, however, Coach Blatt stepped down after being diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis. His assistant, Kestutis Kemzura, replaced him but was fired in January when the team had a 7-11 record in the competition. Georgios Bartzokas, who won the 2012-13 EuroLeague with Olympiacos, returned to the team, but Olympiacos lost Spanoulis to injury soon after that and was 12-16 overall was the season was canceled.