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  Euroleague season 2010 / 2011 Playoffs phase

April 11, 2011 - Sportingbet MVP for March: Jeremy Pargo, Maccabi Electra

There was no shortage of heroes as the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Playoffs proved over the last three weeks to be as unpredictable and dramatic as elite pro basketball can get. When the dust settled on 17 games that thrilled fans everywhere, one of those heroes stood out tallest, Jeremy Pargo of Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv, who is Euroleague Basketball's choice as Sportingbet Monthly MVP for March. A rookie point guard, Pargo took his game from good to better to great as he inspired Maccabi to reach the Final Four again after a two-season absence. Pargo's only subpar performance during March came in the first and only game that Maccabi lost in its best-of-five series against Caja Laboral of Spain. After that, however, there was no stopping him. In Game 2, still on the road in Spain, Pargo hit the game-winning jumper with 1.3 seconds left to even the series for Maccabi. Read more here.

April 8, 2011 - Sportingbet Playoffs Game 5 MVP: Dusko Savanovic, Power Electronics

Power Electronics Valencia forward Dusko Savanovic put his best foot forward on Thursday despite his team’s 66-58 loss at Real Madrid that send the latter to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four and ended his team’s season. Savanovic scored 19 points to lead all players and amassed a performance index rating of 23 to cap his Euroleague rookie season as the Sportingbet Playoffs Game 5 MVP. Savanovic made 6 of 7 two point shots, was 4 for 4 from the free throw line and grabbed 6 rebounds, a steal and rejected 2 shots for what was statistically his second best game of the season. He bested Real Madrid forward Carlos Suarez for the honor. Suarez tallied 12 points, 10 rebounds and 7 fouls drawn for an index rating of 19. Read more here.

April 7, 2011 - Real Madrid will make its first Euroleague Final Four appearance in 15 years

carlos suarezReal Madrid stormed back from a double-digit first half deficit to beat Power Electronics Valencia 66-58 on Thursday at Caja Magica in the Spanish capital to win their Quarterfinal Playoffs series 3-2 and earn the club’s first Euroleague Final Four berth in 15 years. Defense and rebounding were the keys for the Whites, who held Valencia to 16 second-half points and outrebounded the visitors 45-36 – including 17-7 on the offensive glass. Carlos Suarez shined with 12 points and 10 rebounds to lead the winners, who will meet Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv in the second semifinal at the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four in Barcelona on May 6. Ante Tomic with 9 points and 9 rebounds and Felipe Reyes with 7 points and 10 boards were also key figures in the win, while Clay Tucker matched Suarez with 12 points. Dusko Savanovic paced Valencia with 19 points and Rafa Martinez added 16, but it was not enough as two Power Electronics starts finished the night scoreless. Read more here.

April 7, 2011 - History on the march in Game 5!

One of the most intriguing roads ever taken to the Final Four will end with a one true battle as the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Playoffs conclude with a winner-take-all Game 5 between host Real Madrid and Power Electronics Valencia at Caja Magica arena in the Spanish capital on Thursday. Madrid is gunning for its first Final Four in 15 years and Valencia its first at all, but they are already privileged to be part of just the third Game 5 in the history of European competition. The first came in 2001, when Kinder Bologna defeated Tau Ceramica in a best-of-five final series for the Euroleague title. Read more here.

April 1, 2011 - Sportingbet Playoffs Game 4 MVP: Malik Hairston, Montepaschi

One week after reviving his team after a record loss, Malik Hairston topped himself by putting on another Sportingbet MVP performance in Game 4 of the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Playoffs to send Montepaschi Siena to the Final Four with its third victory in a row over Olympiacos Piraeus, 88-76. Hairston scored a season-high 25 points by making 7 of 10 two-point shots, 1 of 3 three-pointers and 8 of 9 free throws. He added 7 rebounds, 3 assists and a steal in racking up a performance index rating of 31. That almost matched his breakout game a week earlier, when Hairston posted a double-double and a 32 index rating to become Sportingbet Playoffs Game 2 MVP. Read more here.

March 31, 2011 - Playoffs, Game 4

Montepaschi Siena - Olympiacos 88:76
malik hairstonMontepaschi Siena completed a historic series win over Olympiacos with an 88-76 victory at the Palaestra to win their Quarterfinal Playoffs series 3-1 and clinch a spot in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four. Siena, who last made the Final Four in 2008, will head to Barcelona after an impressive come-from-behind performance in the series, bouncing back from an embarrassing Game 1 loss in Piraeus to string three straight victories together en route to the Final Four. Olympiacos will miss the Final Four after making it in each of the past two seasons.Read more here.

Power Electronics Valencia - Real Madrid 81:72
omar cookPower Electronics Valencia remained alive for its first-ever Euroleague Final Four by staving off elimination with an 81-72 victory at home over Real Madrid to force a decisive Game 5 in their Quarterfinal Playoffs. Omar Cook collected 16 points, 7 assists and 5 steals to help Valencia knot the series at 2-2, while Dusko Savanovic, Nando De Colo and Robertas Javtokas each scored 12 points and Rafa Martinez added 10. Eight-time champion Real Madrid failed to finish off the all-Spanish affair and book its first Final Four ticket since 1996. Madrid was paced by Ante Tomic with 20 points. Read more here.

Maccabi Electra - Caja Laboral 99:77
jeremy pargoMaccabi Electra stormed back to the Final Four for the first time since 2008 by pounding Caja Laboral 99-77 in front of a packed house at Nokia Arena in Tel Aviv. Maccabi won the teams’ best-of-five Turkish Airlines Euroleague Quarterfinal Playoffs series 3-1, despite losing Game 1. The feat was even more impressive given that Maccabi was without star guard Doron Perkins, who was lost for the season with a knee injury in Game 3. His backcourt mate Jeremy Pargo took charge with 26 points and 7 assists to lead the winners, while Guy Pnini, who assumed Perkins’s starting spot, scored a career-high 22 minutes. Read more here.

Panathinaikos - Regal Barcelona 78:67

batiste and calathes celebratesPanathinaikos advanced to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four on Thursday and in the process dethroned Regal FC Barcelona with a 78-67 victory in Game 4 of their Quarterfinal Playoffs series in front of a sea of 19,000 green fans at OAKA in Athens, Greece. Panathinaikos won the best-of-five series 3-1 and reached the Final Four for the 10th time in club history. Barcelona lost a chance to become the ninth team to win back-to-back titles in Euroleague history in its own city, home of the 2011 Final Four. Nick Calathes led the winners with 12 points. Dimitris Diamantidis and Antonis Fotsis each added 11 while Ian Vougioukas and Romain Sato had 10 apiece for Panathinaikos. Read more here.

March 31, 2011 - Final Four berths in play for Game 4 on Thursday!

The goal they all started the season with is within reach of four teams on Thursday as the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Playoffs for the first time offers a full slate of Game 4s that could fill the 2011 Final Four in a matter of hours. All four best-of-five playoff series stand at 2-1 going into Game 4 on Thursday, and the teams on the better side of that record can all qualify with victories tonight for the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four. Three of those teams – Maccabi Electra, Montepaschi Siena and Panathinaikos – will try to finish their series at home, while Real Madrid will try to do so on the road. Read more here.

March 30, 2011 - Sportingbet Playoffs Game 3 co-MVPs: Marko Jaric, D'Or Fischer

The Sportingbet MVP honor for Game 3 of the Playoffs is shared by two players after Marko Jaric of Montepaschi Siena and D’or Fischer of Real Madrid both came off the bench to lead their respective teams to pivotal Playoffs victories. Jaric scored a season-high 24 points as Montepaschi downed Olympiacos 81-72. Fischer posted 19 points on perfect shooting as Madrid bested Power Electronics Valencia 66-75 on the road. The two both had performance index ratings of 27, which were the best in the Euroleague in the third game of the Playoffs. Jaric did his damage in just 24 minutes, finishing the night with just a single missed shot plus 4 rebounds, an assist and a steal. Fischer tallied 8 rebounds, 2 blocks and an assist in 23 minutes on the floor. Read more here.

March 29, 2011 - Playoffs, Game 3

Maccabi Electra - Caja Laboral 81:60
jeremy pargoMaccabi Electra took control of its Quarterfinal Playoffs series with an 81-60 over Caja Laboral in front of a packed house at Nokia Arena in Tel Aviv. Despite the victory that brings Maccabi within a victory of a return to the Euroleague Final Four, it was a bittersweet night for the yellow-and-blue crew after star guard Doron Perkins suffered a knee injury in the second quarter, was helped off the court and taken to a Tel Aviv hospital for treatment. On the floor it was all Maccabi as the one stat that was all Laboral’s way in the first games – three-point shooting – went the other way and helped the hosts ring up a big win. Read more here.

Panathinaikos - Regal Barcelona 76:74
dimitris diamantidisPanathinaikos got within one win to reach the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four by downing defending champion Regal FC Barcelona 76-74 in Game 3 of their best-of-five Quarterfinal Playoffs series in front of a sellout crowd of 19,000 at OAKA in Athens, Greece on Tuesday. Panathinaikos has a 2-1 lead in the series and will reach the 2011 Final Four, dethroning Barcelona in the process, with another win, which could come when both teams meet again at OAKA on Thursday. Barcelona is in a do-or-die situation, as it must win in Athens to force Game 5, that would take place at Palau Blaugrana next week. Read more here.

Montepaschi Siena - Olympiacos 81:72

marko jaricMontepaschi Siena defeated Olympiacos 81-72 on Tuesday night at the Palaestra to take a 2-1 lead in their best-of-five Playoff series. Montepaschi is now one win away from making it to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four in Barcelona. The Italian champs’ second win in a row came courtesy of a 24-point performance by Marko Jaric, who did not miss any of his 8 two-point field goals. Jaric scored 9 points in a 21-13 third quarter as his team took charge for good. Ksistof Lavrinovic and Rimantas Kaukenas added 15 points each, while David Moss had 11. Lavrinovic also led the rebounding department with 7 boards. Read more here.

Power Electronic Valencia - Real Madrid 66:75

dusko savanovic valenciaDespite having been trailing for most of the game, Real Madrid managed to pull a valuable road win at Power Electronics Valencia by 66-75 to make it 2-1 in its favor in the all-Spanish Playoff series. A 0-11 run bridging the third and fourth quarters started by Felipe Reyes and then culminated by D'or Fischer, who scored 13 points in the last period for the winners, proved to be decisive as Valencia's offense was completely shut down in the last minutes and the guests cruised to the win. The fourth game will be now played in the same arena on Thursday with a Final Four ticket waiting for Real Madrid in case itmanages to beat Valencia. Read more here.

March 29, 2011 - Stages change: Back for more with Game 3!

With all four Turkish Airlines Euroleague Quarterfinal Playoffs best-of-five series tied at 1-1, we face a pivotal night on Tuesday, when Game 3 will get several teams just a step away from making to the 2011 Final Four. Game 2 saw all four road wins stealing the home court advantage and travelling back to their cities knowing that if they stay at home in front of their fans, a Final Four ticket will be a fact. In the earliest game in Siena, Italy, Montepaschi Siena hosts Olympiacos at 20:00 CET. Olympiacos won Game 1 by 48 points but Montepaschi bounced back with a 17-point road win in Game 2, in one of the most unpredictable series in European club basketball history. Read more here.

March 29, 2011 - Turkish Airlines sponsors Final Four concert for Education in Africa

Going global takes on special meaning at the upcoming Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four 2011 Barcelona with the announcement of a new, star-studded charity concert to benefit UNICEF's educational efforts in Africa! Euroleague Basketball, Turkish Airlines and Los 40 Principales radio are joining forces to put great music to work for a worthy cause, the students across Africa whom UNICEF is lifting up every day with broad-based educational assistance. Some of the brightest lights of Spain's dynamic music scene will entertain up to 7,000 lucky fans on Saturday night of Final Four weekend, with all the profits from ticket sales going directly to UNICEF. Read more here.

March 25, 2011 - Playoffs Game 2 MVP: Malik Hairston, Montepaschi Siena

Malik Hairston’s best Euroleague game yet lifted Montepaschi Siena to a resounding 65-82 road win at Olympiacos Piraeus on Thursday night. His 19 points and 11 rebounds off the bench – both season highs – also earned Hairston a well-deserved Sportingbet MVP award for Game 2 of the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Playoffs. The Euroleague rookie, who did not score more than 8 points in a game until the Top 16 finale, continued his good form with his third straight game scoring in double figures and his first double-double. Hairston made 7 of 9 two-pointers and 1 of 2 threes to go with 2 assists and 2 steals for a performance index rating of 32, which was the best by any player in Game 2 of the Playoffs on Thursday. Read more here.

March 24, 2011 - Playoffs, Game 2

Regal Barcelona - Panathinaikos 71:75
romain satoPanathinaikos rounded a perfect night for road teams in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Quarterfinal Playoffs by rallying from a 16-point deficit to edge defending champion Regal FC Barcelona 71-75 in front of a sellout crowd at Palau Blaugrana in Game 2 of their best-of-five Quarterfinal Playoffs series on Thursday. Just as the other three series in the competition, Regal FC Barcelona and Panathinaikos are tied at 1-1, but the Greens host Games 3 and 4 in the Greek capital next week. Juan Carlos Navarro had 6 points in a 9-0 run that gave Barcelona an early 11-3 lead. An acrobatic one-handed jumper by Fran Vazquez helped the hosts to keep a 17-10 edge after 10 minutes. Read more here.

Olympiacos - Montepaschi Siena 65:82
malik hairstonMontepaschi Siena stunned Olympiacos 65-82 on Thursday night at the Peace and Friendship Stadium in Piraeus, Greece, to tie their best-of-five Turkish Airlines Euroleague Playoffs series at 1-1. After the Reds thoroughly dominated Game 1 in a record-setting performance, Montepaschi bounced back in Game 2 with a spirited effort. The win stopped cold an Olympiacos seven-game winning streak in Euroleague play and gave Montepaschi the home-court advantage with the series shifting to Italy for two games next week where the Italian champs could potentially close out the series with two wins. Read more here.

Real Madrid - Power E. Valencia 75:79

omar cookIf the balance of Game 1 was not enough, Game 2 proved to be even more exciting in the Playoff all-Spanish series between Real Madrid and Power Electronics Valencia. When the dust settled. the guests had pulled a valuable road win by 75-81 to tie the bet-of-five series at 1-1. Now, the series moves to Valencia for the next two games next week. Real Madrid dominated for the first half, even though the game showed different trends throughout. In the third quarter however, Valencia jumped ahead and depite the hosts taking the lead a few times, the guests kept their cool and fixed the mistakes of Game 1 to finally escape with the win. Read more here.

Caja Laboral - Maccabi Electra 81:83
jeremy pargoJeremy Pargo sank a game-winning jumper with 1.3 seconds remaining to lift Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv to an 81-83 road win over Caja Laboral Thursday at Fernando Buesa Arena and to even their best-of-five Turkish Airlines Euroleague Quarterfinal Playoffs series at 1-1. Pargo’s basket gave Maccabi its only lead of the fourth quarter, though the game was tied five times in the last 10 minutes. The series resumes in Israel with two games next week. The series winner will clinch a spot at the Final Four in Barcelona in May. Laboral seemed in control as it heated up early from downtown, making 7 of its first 11 three-point attempts en route to a 40-29 advantage. Read more here.

March 24, 2011 - Visitors seek to turn around series!

With barely 48 hours having passed since their series openers, the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Playoffs return in full force on Thursday as eight would-be Final Four teams adjust their strategies on the fly. All four winning home teams from Game 1 will get the chance on Thursday, on their own floors once again, to put themselves within a single victory of reaching the Final Four. In the two seasons since the Playoffs went to a best-of-five format, any team that took a 2-0 lead has advanced. On the flip side of the coin, all of the Game 1 losers will be looking for upsets on Thursday that would not only keep them from an 0-2 predicament, but would also give them the advantage in tie series that would then shift to their own home courts for two games next week. Read more here.

March 23, 2011 - Playoffs Game 1 MVP: Richard Hendrix, Maccabi Electra

It took a record-setting double-double on opening night for Richard Hendrix of Maccabi Electra to earn the Sportingbet MVP honor for Game 1 of the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Playoffs. Despite his team's road loss against Caja Laboral, Hendrix led Maccabi with 16 points on 8-of-13 two-pointers and 16 rebounds. His 9 defensive rebounds to go with 7 on the offensive glass amounted to highest rebounding total by any player in one game during the six-year history of the Euroleague playoffs. He added 4 blocks and 2 fouls drawn for a performance index rating of 28, the highest of all Euroleague players in their playoffs openers. Read more here.

March 23, 2011 - Reds erupt for records in Playoffs win

The Game 1 Quarterfinal Playoffs matchup between Olympiacos and Montepaschi Siena ended in an impressive 89-41 blowout win for the Reds and left quite a few records shattered along the way. The hosts started the game with 19 unanswered points and set records for fewest point allowed in a half (9) and fewest through three quarters (22). Head coach Dusan Ivkovic's men also set a Playoffs record with 55 rebounds and the largest Playoffs margin of victory at 48. The tight defense by the hosts resulted in 11 steals and 7 blocks but, more importantly, limited Siena to 9-of-46 two-point shooting, a paltry 19.5% for the game that actually was just 4% at the half, which was reached at 47-9. Read more here.

March 22, 2011 - Playoffs, Game 1

Regal Barcelona - Panathinaikos 83:82
jaka lakovic barcelonaRegal FC Barcelona held on for a thrilling 83-82 victory over Panathinaikos in the opener of a Quarterfinal Playoffs series between the last two Euroleague champs. The game went down to the final shot, but Panathinaikos star Dimitris Diamantidis came up short on a night when he went for a career-high 26 points. The visitors led 57-60 through three quarters, but an 11-0 run that Juan carlos Navarro capped with a three-pointer gave Barcelona the upper hand midway through the fourth quarter. Still the visitors never gave up, closed the gap to 1 several times and had their chances, but Barca was just tough enough when it mattered most. Read more here.

Real Madrid - Power E. Valencia 71:65
sergio llull real madridSparks flew at the Caja Magic in Madrid in the Game of the Week, but when the dust settled, Real Madrid had racked a 71-65 win over Power Electronics Valencia for a 1-0 in their best-of-five Playoff series, good for a spot in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four. Despite a strong start by the hosts, dominating the offensive rebounds, Valencia was back in the game soon and neither team managed to pull decisive leads until the last moments. Nikola Mirotic, who had remained scoreless until the last period, hit 11 points in the decisive quarter, including a game-breaking three, to put the first win on Real Madrid's column. Read more here.

Caja Laboral - Maccabi Electra 76:70
david logan caja laboralCaja Laboral led almost the entire game en route to an impressive 76-70 victory over Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv Tuesday at Fernando Buesa Arena in Vitoris, Spain, to take a 1-0 lead in the teams’ best-of-five Turkish Airlines Euroleague Quarterfinal Playoffs. David Logan and Fernando San Emeterio led a 17-5 push at the end of the opening quarter as Laboral pulled away for good and Maccabi never got within a shot of tying after that. The hosts used hot shooting to take a 15-point lead in the second quarter and later Stanko Barac took over inside to fuel the winners. After trailing 46-32 at halftime, Maccabi rallied in the second half and closed the gap to 4 in the fourth quarter, but Barac, and later Marcelinho Huertas, hit clutch shots to keep the Spanish champs in control. It marked the second time this season Laboral beat Maccabi at home. The series resumes on Thursday with Game 2 before moving to Israel for Game 3 and – if necessary – 4 next week. Read more here.

Olympiacos - Montepaschi Siena 89:41

ioannis bouroussisOlympiacos routed Montepaschi Siena, 89-41 on Tuesday at the Peace and Friendship Stadium in Piraeus for a record-setting victory in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Quarterfinal Playoffs opener. The Reds started the game with 19 unanswered points and set records for fewest point allowed in a half (9) and fewest through three quarters (22). Head coach Dusan Ivkovic’s men also set a Playoffs record with 55 rebounds and the largest Playoffs margin of victory at 48. It was Olympiacos’s sixth straight win and the ease for the Reds makes them the prohibitive favorite to win the best-of-five series, which resumes Thursday on the same court for Game 2 before heading to Italy next week. Loukas Mavrokefalides paced the winners with 15 points and 7 rebounds, while Ioannis Bourousis’s first Euroleague game back from injury resulted in an impressive 14-point, 12-rebound and 3-block performance to help manufactured the big lead. Read more here.

March 22, 2011 - The final march towards Barcelona begins!

The resume of the eight Turkish Airlines Euroleague Quarterfinal Playoffs teams combines to show five former Euroleague champs, three reigning national champions and a pair of reigning continental champs, all with eyes on the prize of a ticket to the 2011 Final Four in Barcelona. Of course each must overcome stiff opposition in their best-of-five Playoffs series to reach the promised land. The action begins in Piraeus Greece, where Olympiacos hosts Montepaschi Siena at 20:00 CET in the first quarterfinal contest of the season. Both teams enter the playoffs with impressive winning streaks – five for the Reds, four for Siena – as well as question marks with injuries that could greatly impact the game and series. Thirty minutes later is the tip-off for Caja Laboral vs. Maccabi Electra, two teams quite familiar with one another. Read more here.

March 22, 2011 - Vote for the All-Euroleague team!

Turkish Airlines Euroleague fans, it's time for you to help choose the 2010-11 All-Euroleague team! Click here to support your favorite Euroleague stars! Take this chance to take part in the election of the All-Euroleague Team that will be awarded during the Final Four in Barcelona! Send us your vote now!

March 18, 2011 - Playoff analysis: Regal FC Barcelona vs. Panathinaikos

The last two Euroleague champions will clash head to head in the Quarterfinal Playoffs for one ticket to the 2011 Euroleague Basketball Final Four. Defending champ Regal FC Barcelona marches into the playoffs as the only team to go undefeated in the Top 16. Panathinaikos, the 2009 Euroleague champion, was the winningest team in the first decade of the new millennium with four Euroleague crowns between 2000 and 2009 and is eager to stockpile more trophies. The Greens celebrated one of those titles, the 2007 Euroleague championship, at home in Athens. Regal FCB aims to duplicate that feat by winning this year’s title at the Final Four in Barcelona. Read more here.

March 17, 2011 - Playoff Series breakdown: Caja Laboral vs. Maccabi Electra

The two highest-scoring Turkish Airlines Euroleague teams this season, Caja Laboral of Spain and Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv of Israel, promise a lot more than points when their Quarterfinal Playoffs series begins Tuesday. These teams know each other well, and not just because they split regular season victories earlier this season. Three Maccabi players spent last season in Spain, and forward Lior Eliyahu did so precisely with Caja Laboral. At the same time, Caja Laboral's newest player, Esteban Batista, was a double-digit scorer for Maccabi's last Final Four team, in 2008. Read more here.

March 16, 2011 - Playoff analysis: Olympiacos vs. Montepaschi Siena

Two of the Euroleague’s strongest teams over the past decade will lock horns for a single Final Four spot when Greek powerhouse Olympiacos goes against perennial Italian League champion Montepaschi Siena in their best-of-five Quarterfinal Playoffs series. The Reds from Piraeus are looking to reach the Final Four for the third season in a row, while Montepaschi aims for its fourth appearance since 2003. Despite their rich traditions, these teams have only played twice before, with Siena winning both games in the 2007-08 Euroleague Regular Season. Read more here.

March 15, 2011 - Playoff Series breakdown: Real Madrid vs. Power Electronics Valencia

A Quarterfinal Playoffs test between two teams that know each other well promises to produce great basketball and excitement as Real Madrid and Power Electronics Valencia duel for a ticket to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four in nearby Barcelona. Madrid, the winningest team in Euroleague history, aims to return to the Final Four for the first time since 1996, while Valencia targets its first Final Four, period. The similarities between the teams are vast. Both underwent coaching changes this season: Svetislav Pesic rescued Valencia midway through the Regular Season and has carried the team this far. Lele Molin only recently inherited Madrid's bench after Ettore Messina resigned following the last Top 16 game. Read more here.

March 3, 2011 - Euroleague 2010/2011 Playoffs schedule

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