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  7Days EuroCup 2018-19 Finals



April 16, 2019 - Will Thomas is MVP of Finals

Will Thomas, Finals MVP - Valencia Basket - EuroCup Finals Game 3 - EC18

An emotional Will Thomas was named MVP of the 7DAYS EuroCup Finals after playing a strong and consistent role in leading Valencia Basket to the title. Thomas contributed 15 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists in Valencia's Game 3 rout of ALBA Berlin to capture the club's fourth and the big man's first EuroCup crown. He was Valencia's top scorer and MVP of Game 1 of the series with 22 points with just 5 missed shots plus 6 rebounds. Thomas led all players in the finals in scoring with 17.3 points per game and in performance index rating at 21.3. He was remarkably efficient by shooting 72.0% on two-pointer and making 4 three-pointers from 6 tries behind the arc (66.7%). Thomas was also worth 4.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists in the three-game series. Read more here.





April 16, 2019 - Valencia routs ALBA for record fourth EuroCup crown



Valencia Basket champ - EuroCup Finals Game 3 - EC18

Valencia Basket is the 2018-19 7DAYS EuroCup champion! Valencia Basket made the most out its home-court advantage by downing ALBA Berlin 89-63 in front of a sellout crowd at Pabellon Fuente de San Luis in Game 3 of the 7DAYS EuroCup Finals on Monday. Valencia won its fourth EuroCup title, twice as many as any other team in competition history, and earned the right to play in the 2019-20 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague. The Spanish powerhouse had previously won the competition in 2003, 2010 and 2014. Matt Thomas knocked down 5 three-pointers en route to 19 points to pace the winners. Bojan Dubljevic posted 18 points and 8 rebounds, Fernando San Emeterio also scored 18 and Will Thomas netted 15 for the victors. Rokas Giedraitis led ALBA with 19 points and Peyton Siva netted 14 in defeat. Siva and Giedraitis fueled an 0-11 opening run, but Dubljevic and Matt Thomas came off the bench and cut ALBA's lead to 17-18 after 10 minutes. Read more here.





April 15, 2019 - Game 3

All is set for the 7DAYS EuroCup Finals Game 3, which will decide the champion of a thrilling season. After each team protected its home court, Valencia Basket and ALBA Berlin are tied at 1-1 in their best-of-three series. It is now back to Valencia for the third game on Monday in a winner-takes-all showdown, with the new champion set to earn a spot in the 2019-20 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague. Read more here.

Valencia Basket - ALBA Berlin 89-63





April 14, 2019 - Finals Game 2 MVP: Luke Sikma, ALBA Berlin

luke sikmaWith the season on the line, the reigning 7DAYS EuroCup MVP Luke Sikma stepped up in a major way, helping ALBA Berlin pull out a thrilling 95-92 overtime win over the visiting Valencia Basket, and in the process earned himself the Finals Game 2 MVP honor. Sikma scored 7 of his 15 points in overtime, including an important three-pointer, and key free throws that sealed the win. Sikma also pulled down a game-high 6 rebounds, dished 4 assists, and had 1 steal and 1 blocked shot, accumulating a performance index rating of 20, the highest on ALBA. The highest PIR in this game, 21, belonged to two Valencia players, Sam Van Rossom and Fernando San Emeterio. Van Rossom netted a game-high 22 points on 6-for-8 three-pointers, along with 3 rebounds and 3 assists, while San Emeterio scored 16 points, drew 9 fouls and made 10-of-12 free throws. Read more here.





April 12, 2019 - Game 2

After Valencia Basket took care of business against ALBA Berlin on its home floor to open the 2019 7DAYS EuroCup Finals and extend its winning streak to 15 games, the best-of-three series now heads to the German capital for Game 2 on Friday. Valencia will be in search of a win that would give the club its fourth EuroCup title and earn a spot in the 2019-20 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Regular Season. Read more here.

ALBA Berlin - Valencia Basket 95-92





April 12, 2019 - Finals Game 1 MVP: Will Thomas, Valencia Basket

will thomasValencia Basket struck first in the 7DAYS EuroCup Finals and won the opening game of the series against ALBA Berlin, 89-75. The major driving force for the winners was veteran Will Thomas, who earned the MVP honor for Game 1. Thomas led the winners with a performance index rating of 25, thanks to 22 points – including 9 of 13 two-point shooting – to go with 6 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 steal in 26 minutes on the court. Following him in Game 1 were his two teammates Sam Van Rossom and Bojan Dubljevic, each with a PIR of 17. However, the second-best individual performance in the game came from the losing side as guard Peyton Siva of ALBA continued with his impressive season and a PIR of 20. Siva netted 17 points, pulled 1 rebound and dished 7 assists. Read more here.





April 9, 2019 - Game 1

First strike in the 7DAYS EuroCup Finals went to the home team, Valencia Basket, whose 89-75 victory on Tuesday over visiting ALBA Berlin was worth one hand on the trophy. A packed house of 8,000 fans at Pabellon Fuente de San Luis let out roar after roar after their team broke open a tie game with a 14-0 third quarter run that ALBA could not recover from. Valencia Basket is a victory away from the 7DAYS EuroCup title going into Game 2 of the best-of-three finals in the German capital of Berlin on Friday. Its next victory will give Valencia its fourth EuroCup crown, a record, and with it a guaranteed spot in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague next season. Read more here.

Valencia Basket - Alba Berlin 89-75




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