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  Eurocup 2017-18 regular season

October 24, 2017 - Round 3

The jockeying for group position continues in earnest as Round 3 of the 10-game regular season could begin separating the haves from the have-nots. Six unbeaten teams in three groups try to hold onto their stats (although one surely will not), while an equal number of winless teams aim to rectify their situations. Meanwhile, the fourth group is even up and down and so playing three tie-breakers on the same night! Group C gets the action started with three games on Tuesday, while the other three groups go at it on Wednesday. Read more here.

Here is the schedule for Round 3:


Darussafaka Istanbul vs. UNICS Kazan October 25, 2017 18:30 CET
Levallois Metropolitans vs. Fiat Turin October 25, 2017 19:00 CET
Cedevita Zagreb vs. MoraBanc Andorra October 25, 2017 20:30 CET


Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem vs. FC Bayern Munich October 25, 2017 18:30 CET
Lietkabelis Panevezys vs. Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia October 25, 2017 18:00 CET
Buducnost VOLI Podgorica vs. Galatasaray Odeabank Istanbul October 25, 2017


RETAbet Bilbao Basket vs. Partizan NIS Belgrade October 24, 2017 20:30 CET
Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius vs. Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar October 24, 2017 18:00 CET
Limoges CSP vs. ALBA Berlin October 24, 2017 20:30 CET


ASVEL Villeurbanne vs. Zenit St Petersburg October 25, 2017 20:45 CET
Dolomiti Energia Trento vs. Tofas Bursa October 25, 2017 20:45 CET
ratiopharm Ulm vs. Herbalife Gran Canaria October 25, 2017 19:30 CET

October 19, 2017 - Regular Season, Round 2 co-MVP's: Rokas Giedraitis and Jalen Reynolds

rokas giedraitisThe Regular Season groups are starting to take shape after two rounds of thrilling results across the continent. Two players stood tall among the rest to lead their teams to respective wins with a performance index rating each of 31, which granted them weekly MVP honors: Rokas Giedraitis of Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius and Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia's Jalen Reynolds. Giedraitis soared with career-highs of 28 points - including 6 of 7 twos and 5 of 8 threes - and 7 rebounds in just 18 minutes on the court. Reynolds started for Reggio Emilia to contribute a huge double-double of 23 points (11 of 15 twos) and 14 rebounds, plus 4 drawn fouls, sending a message in just his second 7DAYS EuroCup appearance ever. Four more players completed the top individual performances of the week, each of them with a PIR of 29: Amedeo Della Valle of Reggio Emilia (27 points, 5 assists), Scottie Wilbekin of Darussafaka Istanbul (23 points, 5 assists), John Roberson of ASVEL Villeurbanne (21 points and 5 assists) and Josh Owens of Tofas Bursa (16 points and 8 rebounds). Read more here.

October 17, 2017 - Round 2

The 2017-18 7DAYS EuroCup comes off an exciting start of the season and enters Round 2 with a lot of big games. To begin with, Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem and Buducnost VOLI Podgorica face each other for the first time after 284 EuroCup games combined. From showdowns between EuroCup newcomers to European powerhouses going against each other, Round 2 will have a little bit of everything. Four games get Round 2 rocking on Tuesday, followed by eight more on Wednesday. Expect a ton of excitement!

Here is the schedule for Round 2:


Fiat Turin vs. MoraBanc Andorra 92-86
UNICS Kazan vs. Levallois Metropolitans 76-68
Darussafaka Istanbul vs. Cedevita Zagreb 85-83


Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia vs. Galatasaray Odeabank Istanbul 74-71
FC Bayern Munich vs. Lietkabelis Panevezys 93-57
Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem vs. Buducnost VOLI Podgorica 81-86


Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar vs. ALBA Berlin 75-59
Partizan NIS Belgrade vs. Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius 80-91
RETAbet Bilbao Basket vs. Limoges CSP 91-98


Tofas Bursa vs. Herbalife Gran Canaria 98-94
Zenit St Petersburg vs. Dolomiti Energia Trento 81-70
ASVEL Villeurbanne vs. ratiopharm Ulm 108-77

October 12, 2017 - Regular Season, Round 1 MVP: Luke Sikma, ALBA Berlin

luke sikmaTheir home debut in the new 7DAYS EuroCup season could not have gone much better for ALBA Berlin and its new forward, Luka Sikma, who earned the right to be called MVP for Round 1 of the regular season. Sikma was a driving force in ALBA's resounding 111-85 victory over Partizan NIS Belgrade on Wednesday in Group C. It was the most points ever in a non-overtime EuroCup game for ALBA, while Sikma established four career highs to start his third season in the competition, after two with Valencia Basket. The son of former NBA great Jack Sikma posted 19 points on 7-for-9 two-point shooting while making his sole three-point attempt and both of his free throws. His other EuroCup career-high stats were 4 assists, 4 steals and a performance index rating of 31, the best among the 12 games played Tuesday and Wednesday. Following Sikma in second place was Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem guard Curtis Jerrells. Read more here.

October 10, 2017 - Round 1

Welcome to the 2017-18 7DAYS EuroCup season, which starts Tuesday with 24 teams ready to battle for the ultimate goal. This will be the 16th edition of the competition and possibly the toughest ever with multiple former EuroLeague and EuroCup champions. It all starts with the regular season, a 10-game, round-robin group stage. Teams were divided by a draw into four groups of six teams and only the best four teams from each group will survive. There will be drama, action, excitement and disappointment. Don’t forget from this season onwards, you can follow all 7DAYS EuroCup games on Euroleague TV!

Here is the schedule for Round 1:


Levallois Metropolitans vs. Darussafaka Istanbul 64-69
Cedevita Zagreb vs. Fiat Turin 83-86
MoraBanc Andorra vs. UNICS Kazan 68-76


Lietkabelis Panevezys vs. Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem 86-72
Galatasaray Odeabank Istanbul vs. FC Bayern Munich 69-86
Buducnost VOLI Podgorica vs. Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia 82-74


Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius vs. RETAbet Bilbao Basket 83-93
ALBA Berlin vs. Partizan NIS Belgrade 111-85
Limoges CSP vs. Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar 61-63


Dolomiti Energia Trento vs. ASVEL Villeurbanne 85-75
ratiopharm Ulm vs. Tofas Bursa 83-73
Herbalife Gran Canaria vs. Zenit St Petersburg 97-87

October 9, 2017

7DAYS EuroCup Group D analysis

The six teams in Group D ensure plenty of excitement for EuroCup fans every week! All six teams have winning traditions and star talents. Herbalife Gran Canaria has the oldest player in the competition in playmaker Albert Oliver, who is among the all-time EuroCup leaders in assists and appearances. Dolomiti Energia Trento is led by 2015-16 7DAYS EuroCup Coach of the Year Maurizio Buscaglia and has only found success in its previous EuroCup campaign. The only team without previous EuroCup experience is Tofas Bursa, which can rely on a former All-EuroCup talent in Sammy Mejia. Zenit St. Petersburg added a two-time All-EuroCup choice, Kyle Kuric, and last season’s top rebounder, Drew Gordon, in the offseason. Both ASVEL Villeurbanne and ratiopharm Ulm have loads of young talent, which shows how they are working on the future while competing now. Read more here.

7DAYS EuroCup Group C analysis

A pair of former EuroCup champions, two teams that were each just a win away from taking the EuroCup crown themselves and a pair of former continental champions make Group C a must-watch. The teams in Group C will not lack veteran leadership. The teams most stacked with veterans are Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius and RETAbet Bilbao Basket. The club from the Lithuanian features savvy small forward Mindaugas Lukauskis, who was with Rytas both times the club won the competition in the past, in 2005 and 2009. Add to that 33-year old center Loukas Mavrokefalidis, 32-year old scorer Ben Madgen and fellow 2009 EuroCup champion Arturas Jomantas and you have quite a seasoned squad. Read more here.

7DAYS EuroCup Group B analysis

Group B does not only feature two former champions – Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem and Galatasaray Odeabank Istanbul – but also an ambitious FC Bayern Munich team which has set the bar high this season. And while history might be on the side of those three clubs, Montenegrin champion Buducnost VOLI Podogrica, Lithuanian runner-up Lietkabelis Panevezys and EuroCup returnee Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia will make sure this will be a highly competitive group. Read more here.

7DAYS EuroCup Group A analysis

There are only three teams in the 2017-18 7DAYS EuroCup that featured in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague last season and two of them – Darussafaka Istanbul and Unics Kazan – will compete in Group A. Unics is also one of five former EuroCup champs in the competition this season. Cedevita Zagreb is only two seasons removed from playing in the EuroLeague and is a former EuroCup semifinalist. With a new name and new look, Levallois Metropolitans will aim high, too. At the other end, MoraBanc Andorra and Fiat Turin are both EuroCup newcomers and after proving themselves in the Spanish and Italian Leagues, respectively, last season, will be looking to show how good they can be on the continental stage. Read more here.

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