Aris and deep down… devil’s week for Olympiakos – PAOK’s match with Lavrio is hiding pitfalls

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Aris and deep down… devil’s week for Olympiakos – PAOK’s match with Lavrio is hiding pitfalls

The second and last day of the 14th season of the Basket League concludes with three matches. The score leader Olympic welcomes him Mars at SEF (19:15), in the most interesting game of the day, while PAOK and Karditsa host it Laurel and the Apollo of Patras respectively.

The “red and whites” come from the very good performance and the victory with a score 95-89 over Maccabi Tel Aviv, a result that kept them at the top of the Euroleague standings for the second consecutive matchday. In the championship, they got a very difficult and stressful victory over him Pigeon bwin (86-87), thanks to Walkup’s buzzer-beater in the finale of the match, extending their unbeaten streak to 13 games.

In racing, Giorgos Bartzokas cannot count on his services Kostas Sloukas, who suffered a lower back injury and quadriceps hematoma in the match against the Israelis. The 32-year-old guard is listed as doubtful for the game against Fenerbahce (31/1, 19:45), while he has hopes of making it ahead of Friday’s game against Efes (3/2, 21:00), in the EuroLeague’s Devil’s Week.

On the other hand, Mr Marsreturned to positive results after three straight losses, winning last week with 77-70 of PAOK, in the great derby of Thessaloniki. A result with which the “yellows” climbed to eighth place in the standings with a record of 7-6. Tonight, Yiannis Kastritis, will be deprived of the services of Ismael Sanogo, Vassilis Kavvadas and Rishon Pak, who remain out due to injury.

Earlier, the seventh in the standings, PAOK (7-6), will host in Pylaia the penultimate, Laurel (2-11) at 3:45 p.m. The Thessalonians count two consecutive defeats, having lost significant ground in the hunt for the top four. On the other hand, the team of Christos Serelis presented a very competitive face against Panathinaikos, knowing last week the defeat in details (84-86)…

Finally, at 17:00, the tail of the standings, Carditsa (1-12) welcomes him Apollo of Patraswith both teams anxiously looking for a return to winning ways, as both are on losing streaks of eleven and five matches respectively.

Saturday 28/01

AEK-Peristeri bwin 68-64

Prometheus-Colossus of Rhodes 80-76

Panathinaikos-Ionian 102-70

Sunday 29/01

PAOK-Lavrio (15:45)

AS Karditsa-Apollon Patras (17:00)

Olympiacos-Aris (19:15)

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