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TEAM SLIDE SHOW
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Tau Ceramica in Athens!
FINAL FOUR SCHEDULE
May 4, Semifinal
L 67-53 vs.
May 6, 3rd Place
L 74-76 vs.
Road to Athens
Tau highlights video
Scola, Prigioni, Rakocevic are all-Euroleague nominees
Rakocevic wins race for Alphonso Ford Trophy
Erdogan out at least two weeks
Semifinal, Panathinaikos 67-53 Tau Ceramica
Panathinaikos advanced to the Euroleague Final for the first time in five years by downing Tau Ceramica 67-53 Friday night in the second semifinal of the 2007 Euroleague Final Four at Athens Olympic Indoor Hall (OAKA) in the Greek capital. To the delight of their many fans in the sold-out arena, Sani Becirovic and Mike Batiste scored 15 points apiece to lead the Greens, who led from start to finish. Tau, which scored 15 points fewer than its previous lowest scoring effort of the season, got 11 from Serkan Erdogan. Tau finished 4-for-24 (16.7%) from downtown and despite 19 offensive rebounds, wound up with only 12 second-chance points. Scola finished with a season-low 6 points.
COACH INTERVIEW, Bozidar Maljkovic
Bozidar Maljkovic has already worked with some of the greatest players in the history of European basketball and has four Euroleague titles to go with it. Now after a decade away, Maljkovic is back at the Final Four and ready to lead a new generation of stars to the Promised Land while aiming to match a record with another Euroleague crown.
PLAYER INTERVIEW, Tiago Splitter
Not many players who just turned 22 this year can say they count on experience going into the 2007 Final Four. That is certainly the case, however, with Tau Ceramica center Tiago Splitter. Confidence born of experience resonates in Splitter's words as he prepares to take part in his third straight Final Four with Tau.
FINAL FOUR BLOGGER, Fred House
First of all, I would to thank god for making this possible, for me and Tau Ceramica to be a part of the Euroleague Final Four. It's a dream come true for me, making it to Final Four after trying three years with two different teams (Partizan Belgrade and Lietuvos Rytas).
FINAL FOUR FAN MAIL, Kaya Peker
Despite this being his first season outside of his native Turkey, Kaya Peker's popularity can be clearly seen as the questions poured in from all over for his edition of Fan Mail. And they all had one thing in common – everyone is wishing the big man good luck.
FINAL FOUR VIDEO PROFILE, Sergi Vidal
Few players have had the chance to make it to a Euroleague final and three consecutive Final Fours. Despite the fact that he's never lifted the trophy,
of Tau Ceramica is as confident as ever this time around. The do-it-all swingman and a fan-favorite in Vitoria, Spain, Vidal arrived to Tau in 2000 and just like the competition itself, is in his seventh Euroleague season.
Thursday, April 26, 2007
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