BASKET LEAGUE: Following the 111-77 victory against Promitheas which confirmed Panathinaikos as 2018/2019 Basket League champions, American head coach Rick Pitino shed some light on his future with the Athenians.
BASKET LEAGUE: In Patras, Panathinaikos claimed a confident 92-80 victory over Promitheas in the second match of the Basket League final, in turn moving within one win of successfully defending their Greek crown.**HIGHLIGHTS**
BASKET LEAGUE: Panathinaikos confirmed their status of overwhelming favourites to win the Basket League final, thrashing Promitheas 103-77 in game one with an impressive show of attacking strength.**HIGHLIGHTS**
BASKET LEAGUE: As a result of their memorable victory against AEK in a dramatic semi-final series of the 2018/2019 Basket League, Promitheas Patras have become the first team from outside Athens and Thessaloniki to qualify for the final.
BASKET LEAGUE: The Basket League Finals schedule was released by the ESAKE while the proposal to increase the number of teams in the league to 16 has been put on hold due to the country’s political developments.
BASKET LEAGUE: Facing elimination on home court, Promitheas gave a dominant performance against AEK in Patras, claiming a confident 70-54 victory to force a deciding game five in the Basket League semi-final series.
BASKET LEAGUE:After the disappointment of the first match in Athens, Promitheas responded with a confident performance in the second game of the Basket League semi-finals against AEK, claiming a 74-65 win in Patras. **HIGHLIGHTS**
BASKET LEAGUE: AEK contrived to waste an eight-point lead in the fourth quarter, but Jordan Theodore scored a last-gasp free throw to snatch a thrilling 83-82 win against Promitheas in the first match of the Basket League semi-finals.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK A1 BASKET LEAGUE: Promitheas claimed a second consecutive win against PAOK to qualify for the semi-finals of the Basket League, while AEK and Peristeri were made to wait by Holargos and Ifaistos Limniou respectively.
GREEK A1 BASKET LEAGUE: Promitheas and AEK were far too strong for PAOK and Holargos respectively, but Peristeri were given a real scare by Ifaistos Limniou in the first match of the Basket League quarter-finals. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK A1 BASKET LEAGUE: Olympiacos have confirmed they won’t show up for the first match of the Basket League quarter-final series against Panathinaikos, with the Piraeus giants now set for automatic relegation to the second tier.