Euroleague Tips with Previews – Wednesday matches

Panathinaikos vs Olympiacos

Euroleague Basketball Predictions

The Euroleague continues with a double-round week and the battle for the playoffs heating up. So, let’s dive straight into our Euroleague picks for today’s games. Here’s a rundown of what’s coming up.

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Anadolu Efes – Zalgiris

On Wednesday night, reigning champion Efes (10-11) will want to stop a two-game losing streak with a visit from seventh-placed Zalgiris (12-9), which is similarly looking for a response after collapsing in the second half to lose at Panathinaikos last week. Efes, who dominated the teams when they played in December, winning 60-86 on the road behind 20 points from Rodrigue Beaubois, will seek to be equally merciless in Istanbul.

1 (-9.5) at 1.90

Alba Berlin – Monaco

Monaco (13-8) will hope that its star backcourt pair of Mike James (17.6 points per game) and Elie Okobo (12.3) will inspire another victory with a trip to ALBA (6-15), which has lost its previous three games. ALBA has the league’s second-weakest defence, allowing 83.9 points per game, which might pose a significant threat against a Monaco squad that reached triple digits in last week’s win against Milan.

Over 167.5 at 1.90

Real Madrid – Panathinaikos

The opening round of the week concludes in Madrid, where co-leader Real (14-7) will attempt to extend its recent dominance over Panathinaikos (8-13). Since March 2013, Real Madrid has won 11 consecutive home games versus the Greek squad. The majority of those games have been routs, with the Spanish team winning by double digits in the last four, so Panathinaikos will be up against history on Wednesday.

Over 162.5 at 1.90

(All prices correct at 01/02/2023, 08:00 CET, subject to change)

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