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  Eurocup 2018-19 Quarterfinals



March 16, 2019 - Quarterfinals MVP: Peyton Siva, ALBA Berlin

peyton sivaComing back from two injuries in the middle of the same season is a feat that few players can claim. Not only did Peyton Siva come back, but he was instrumental in leading ALBA Berlin to the 7DAYS EuroCup Semifinals for just the second time in club history, and in so doing earned Euroleague Basketball's nod as the MVP of the quarterfinals. Siva missed four regular season games and the entire Top 16 with rib and knee injuries, respectively, but that did not stop him from dominating ALBA's dramatic 2-1 series victory over 2017 EuroCup champion Unicaja Malaga. ALBA made history by becoming the first EuroCup team ever to win a best-of-three series after losing Game 1 on its home floor, and Siva had a lot to say about that. He led all players in quarterfinals with 8.0 assists per game, and finished among the top six in both average performance index rating (17.0) and points (13.3). Read more here.





March 15, 2019 - Quarterfinals Game 3, MVP: Peyton Siva, ALBA Berlin

peyton sivaOn a do-or-die night for six teams in the 7DAYS EuroCup, three of them succeeded and managed to advance to semifinals: UNICS Kazan, MoraBanc Andorra and ALBA Berlin, whose leader, Peyton Siva, became Game 3 MVP with his performance index rating of 16. His was the highest PIR on the three winning teams. Siva posted a double-double of 15 points and 10 assists to lead ALBA to a decisive 79-75 home win over Unicaja Malaga. His 3 assists on three-pointers in a 9-0 run to finish the third quarter sparked ALBA's comeback from a 13-point deficit with 12 minutes left. Five players had higher PIRs than Siva's, but lost their games, and thus were not eligible for the MVP honor. Mathias Lessort of Unicaja led all players with a PIR of 29, thanks to his 18 points and 6 rebounds. Read more here.





March 13, 2019 - Game 3

Survival is the theme for all six teams facing off in Game 3 of the 7DAYS EuroCup Quarterfinals on Wednesday. As the last games in their best-of-three series, all of which are tied 1-1, only the winner will advance to join Valencia Basket in the semifinals. UNICS Kazan vs. Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar, a battle of former EuroCup champions, assures on semifinalist from Russia. Another former champion, Unicaja Malaga, will need to keep up its road-winning magic to survive on the true home court of ALBA Berlin. And a first-time semifinalist is sure to emerge when LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne hosts MoraBanc Andorra for their tiebreaker. Read more here.

Here is the schedule for Game 3:

A

ALBA Berlin vs. Unicaja Malaga 79-75

B

LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne vs. MoraBanc Andorra 80-82

D

UNICS Kazan vs. Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar 69-65






March 10, 2019 - Quarterfinals Game 2 tri-MVPs: Ennis, Giedraitis, Kulagin

dylan ennisAn exciting Friday night in the 7DAYS EuroCup Quarterfinals saw three teams bounce back from Game 1 defeats to even their series while only Valencia Basket qualified to the semifinals with a sweep. Three players – Dylan Ennis of MoraBanc Andorra, Rokas Giedraitis of ALBA Berlin, and Dmitry Kulagin of Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar – paced their teams to do-or-die victories by posting performance index ratings of 23 each to share the Game 2 MVP honor. Giedraitis led ALBA to an 81-101 road win against Unicaja Malaga with 23 points on 4-for-4 two-point and 5-for-7 three-point shooting. Kulagin scored 26 points by making 6 of 11 two-pointers, 3 of 4 three-pointers and 5 of 6 free throws in his team's 68-59 home win against UNICS Kazan. And Ennis led Andorra to a 98-79 home win against LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne, finishing the game with 15 points 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals. Read more here.





March 8, 2019 - Game 2

Game 1 of the 7DAYS EuroCup Quarterfinals is in the books, which means that four teams now have a chance to sweep their best-of-three series on Friday. Unicaja Malaga was the only road warrior in Game 1, and so goes home with a 0-1 lead and the chance to return to the semis in front of its fans. All other winners -- Valencia Basket, UNICS Kazan and LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne -- will take their first chances at advancing to the next round on the road -- against Rytas Vilnius, Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar and MoraBanc Andorra, respectively. Expect adrenaline and great basketball on Friday! Read more here.

Here is the schedule for Game 2:

A

Unicaja Malaga vs. ALBA Berlin 81-101

B

MoraBanc Andorra vs. LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne 98-79

C

Rytas Vilnius vs. Valencia Basket 56-71

D

Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar vs. UNICS Kazan 68-59






March 7, 2019 - Quarterfinals Game 1, MVP: Errick McCollum, UNICS Kazan

errick mccollumUNICS Kazan guard Errick McCollum marked his return to the 7DAYS EuroCup Playoffs with a performance that earned him the MVP of the Round honor for Game 1 of the quarterfinals. McCollum lifted UNICS to an 86-66 win over Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar in their best-of-three series opener by matching his career-high of 32 points, which was also the second-highest point total by any EuroCup player this season. That included his 15-for-15 show from the free-throw line, which set a new record for playoff games. In fewer than 24 minutes off the bench, he amassed a performance index rating of 37, which matched the fourth highest in quarterfinals history. Following McCollum with the second-highest PIR in Game 1 was Unicaja Malaga hero Mathias Lessort, whose blocked shot and put-back dunk in the last 16 seconds gave his team a 90-91 victory over host ALBA Berlin. Read more here.





March 5, 2019 - Game 1

After 10 rounds of the regular season and six more in the Top 16, there are eight teams left standing for the best-of-three 7DAYS EuroCup Quarterfinals, which tip off with Game 1 on Tuesday. The group of eight teams features five former champions and one former finalist, however, we are also guaranteed to have at least one first-time semifinalist.

Here is the schedule for Game 1:

A

ALBA Berlin vs. Unicaja Malaga 90-91

B

LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne vs. MoraBanc Andorra 79-75

C

Valencia Basket vs. Rytas Vilnius 75-64

D

UNICS Kazan vs. Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar 86-66






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