FIBA Basketball Champions League

No matter the sport, the Play-Offs are always exciting. There is a lot of action for basketball fans to stay up to date with right now, but the Basketball Champions League is gearing up at the right time.

Whether you are backing one team, looking for great court action, or you are a basketball betting fan looking for opportunities, the Play-Offs won’t let you down.

Play-Offs Game day one results

There were seven games to get us started this midweek, and the hosts just came out on top overall. There were four home wins, and three away triumphs, which suggests a fairly even start to this stage of the tournament.

Tuesday 3rd March

  • Türk Telekom 83-76 SIG Strasbourg
  • Hereda San Pablo Burgos 76-75 VEF Riga
  • ERA Nymburk 91-87 Brose Bamberg
  • Dinamo Sassari 83-95 Casademont Zaragoza

Wednesday 4th March

  • Pinar Karsiyaka 78-70 Tofas Bursa
  • Igokea 62-82 Lenovo Tenerife
  • Happy Casa Brindisi 85-87 Hapoel Unet-Credit Holon

Amath M’Baye was the top man for Pinar on Wednesday night, grabbing 25 points in their win over Tofas. It was a close match between the Turkish sides and no one ran away with it, but in the end, the hosts had enough to win without any late drama.

Sasu Salin was the leading player for Tenerife as they eased to victory over Igokea on Wednesday night. Salin helped himself to 19 points in the win while Nikola Jovanovic offered 13 points in defeat. This was the first time Igokea have played in the Play-Offs in this tournament, and they will hope for a better outcome in their next game.

Guy Pnini was the late match-winner for Hapoel in a thrilling encounter against Happy Casa. Pnini grabbed 11 points in total in the win, but it was Chris Johnson and CJ Harris who led the way for Hapoel with 17 points each.