EUROLEAGUE: With Panathinaikos putting on one of their best performances of the season, the Prasini came away with a major win on the road by defeating Baskonia 63-72. The win brings Panathinaikos within one win of fourth placed Fenerbahce, who lost away to Efes.**HIGHLIGHTS**
BLOGS (GREG GAVALAS): Michael Skibbe took over the Greek National Team job in in October 2015 and now faces his and the team’s biggest test yet, their quest to get back to the big stage that is the FIFA World Cup in 2018.
EUROLEAGUE: With a shot that mirrored the one that gave Olympiacos the 2012 Euroleague Title, Olympiacos defeated Crvena Zvezda 64-66. Printezis was the hero once again as his winning shot mathematically secured Olympiacos home court advantage for the playoffs.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Aris pulled within three points of Lamia and Apollon Smyrnis after defeating Panelefsiniakos and are well in the hunt for promotion to next year’s Superleague. Lamia fell on the road to Trikala while OFI was victorious away to Chania.**HIGHLIGHTS**
CYPRIOT SOCCER (FIRST DIVISION): Marios Antoniou from AGONAsport.com brings you a full recap of Matchday 2 in the Cypriot First Division Playoffs. For the current Cypriot First Division standings and full schedule click here . Highlights for each match can be found here...**HIGHLIGHTS**
EUROLEAGUE: Panathinaikos easily defeated Armani Milano 74-61 and with Fenerbahce’s loss to Maccabi Tel-Aviv, the Prasini are back in the hunt for 4th place in the Euroleague regular season. It will be due or die matchup against Baskonia on Thursday.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: It has been an entertaining month in the Greek Superleague with multiple derbies and big surprises, but that is all in the past and it is now time to turn our attention to the Greek National Team.
UEFA CHAMPIONS & EUROPA LEAGUE: With Olympiacos’ elimination in the UEFA Europe League, Greece lost their final representative in this year’s UEFA Competitions, meaning that Greece claimed 14th place in UEFA’s Association Coefficient Rankings for this season.
UEFA CHAMPIONS & EUROPA LEAGUE: With Olympiacos’ elimination to Besiktas in the Europa League Round of 16, the UEFA season is over for the Greek teams. Olympiacos and PAOK had one of their better seasons in recent years, in accordance with UEFA’s Club Coefficient rankings, while both Panathinaikos and AEK will likely have difficult opponents in next year’s European competitions.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Lamia were held in Elefsina to a goalless draw while OFI’s promotion hopes were put to bed as they fell at home to Trikala. Aris won late against Kalloni and Apollon Smyrnis defeated Anagennisi Karditsas.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK BASKET LEAGUE: Rethymno defeated Prometheus to close in on a playoff place while Apollon Patras fell away to Doxa Lefkadas, falling deeper into the relegation zone. Kolossos and Aris played to one of the games of the season. Wins for Olympiacos, Panathinaikos, AEK, and PAOK. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos heaped more misery on arch rivals Olympiacos by beating the Erythrolefki 1-0 in an entertaining Athens derby at the Apostolos Nikolaidis stadium on Sunday, denting the reigning champions title ambitions while strengthening their charge for a playoff place.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Xanthi’s hopes of reaching the SuperLeague playoffs suffered a setback on Sunday after strugglers Levadiakos refused to crumble under pressure and held on to secure a deserved 2-2 draw.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Dimitris Pelkas struck in the fourth minute of added time to clinch a crucial victory for PAOK against title-chasing Panionios at the Toumba, seriously denting the Nea Smyrni side’s SuperLeague title ambitions in the progress.**HIGHLIGHTS**