Euroleague Predictions – Wednesday matches

Euroleague Basketball Predictions

The Euroleague is already heating up since this week we have already welcomed a double round. As you will see on the previews, we’ve done our research, 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 – Zalgiris

Following a thrilling victory over Monaco to kick off the Sarunas Jasikevicius era, Fenerbahce (7-7) will try to maintain their winning streak when they host struggling Zalgiris (5-9), the former team of their new coach. Zalgiris lost to Partizan in Round 14 despite a scorching 33 points from Keenan Evans, but the Lithuanian team does have the top three-point shooting percentage in the league (43%). Nick Calathes, who grabbed ten rebounds to help Fenerbahce defeat Monaco last week, helped the team reach a perfect 6-0 record at home. Nick will try to set the pace and provide nice looks for his backcourt partner Scottie Wilbekin (12.6 ppg.).

Over 157.5 at 1.91

Monaco – Panathinaikos

Monaco (8-6) will host Panathinaikos (7-7), in a major match between two ambitious clubs that are one win apart. The league’s top scorer and former Panathinaikos hero Mike James (19.4 ppg.) will be the man the host looks to continue his 14-game run of double-digit scoring, but Kostas Sloukas, the leader of the Greens, will be looking to replicate the performance that won him last week’s MVP award (18 points, 12 assists vs. ASVEL). With an average of 17.3 points in his previous three games, Kendrick Nunn of Panathinaikos is also playing well. Meanwhile, Elie Okobo of Monaco is having his finest season ever after scoring 12 and 14 points in his last two games.

2 (+4.5) at 1.95

Bayern – Efes

Bayern (6-8) welcomes Efes (7-7), two teams well outside the playoff spots, to a matchup that will see them try to move up in the standings. With three straight victories at home, the German club will try to dominate with Serge Ibaka’s physical presence. Ibaka leads the league in blocked shots (1.6 per game) and is second in rebounding (6.8 per game). Mike Daum, who has made four appearances and averaged 13.8 points on 52.6% three-point shooting, has revived the injury-plagued Efes, who is 2-6 on the road. With 39.1 rebounds per game, Bayern leads the league and Efes is last with 30.2, so having the physical advantage could be vital on Wednesday night.

Winning Margin 3-way – No more than 5p. at 2.65

Milano – Asvel

Encouraging their chances of making the playoffs after winning convincingly at Barcelona last week, Milan (5-9) will take on an ASVEL squad (2-12) that is desperate to snap a six-game losing streak. With six straight games with ten or more points, Joffrey Lauvergne is a vital member of the French squad. Nicolo Melli, who led the team to victory in Barcelona with 16 points and 6 rebounds, will be the opponent he looks to dominate in the paint. Devon Hall also put on his greatest performance while wearing a Milan uniform in the game, scoring 21 points on 8 of 10 field goals. With nine consecutive double-digit scoring games under his belt, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot is a dangerous ASVEL gunner that he will try to outshoot.

Milano Over 81.5 points at 1.85

(All prices correct at 20/12/2023, 09:00 CET, subject to change)

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