Euroleague Tips with Previews – Friday matches

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The Euroleague continues 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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Fenerbahce – Virtus Bologna

In Friday’s first game, Fenerbahce (15-9) will look to defend its top-four spot against Virtus (12-13), which has roared into playoff contention with three victories in a row. Fit-again Awudu Abass contributed significantly to last week’s win over Baskonia, and his defensive tenacity may be required to slow down the shooting prowess of Marko Guduric and Dyshawn Pierre, who combined for 9 triples on 10 tries in last week’s win over Partizan.

Under 162.5 at 1.90

Asvel Villeurbanne – Real Madrid

Red-hot Real Madrid (17-7) will try to extend its winning streak to five games with a trip to ASVEL (8-17), which has lost four straight but came within one possession of defeating Efes last week. ASVEL has not defeated Real Madrid since 2003, with Real winning the last seven meetings, including a 92-73 home victory in December. Real hit 31 two-point shots in that game, so ASVEL will need to play much superior interior defence this time.

1 (+7.5) at 1.95

Baskonia – Valencia

Two of the five teams presently tied at 13-12 meet in an all-Spanish showdown, with Baskonia hosting Valencia. Long-range shooting will be crucial: Baskonia has attempted more three-pointers than any other club in the league, 29.6 per game, with Valencia coming in second with 28.9 attempts. However, Maik Kotsar’s inside shooting – 21 points on 10-of-12 two-pointers – was the difference in Baskonia’s 71-81 victory at Valencia in the first round, demonstrating the significance of a balanced attack.

Over 171.5 at 1.90

(All prices correct at 02/02/2023, 09:00 CET, subject to change)

Milano – Olympiacos

Olympiacos (18-7) will try to halt Milan’s (9-15) revival in the fashion city. Sasha Vezenkov of Olympiacos will look to continue his fine form after being named monthly MVP for the second time this season, after playing a crucial role in his team’s seven-game winning streak. Milan’s return to form has been propelled by strong defence, with just 68 and 76 points allowed in the last two games, but that progress will be severely tested by Olympiacos’ league-leading offence (85.6 points per game).

2 (-5.5) at 1.88

(All prices correct at 03/03/2023, 08:00 CET, subject to change)

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