Eurocup Basketball Odds
Who wins the Eurocup Basketball 2019/2020?
The 2019-20 7DAYS EuroCup season is officially underway! The 24 teams who will fight to become the last one standing at the podium, lifting the EuroCup trophy, are at the starting line of the new season, which promises to be more exciting than ever. And they know that at the end of the season, for the first time ever, both the champion and runner-up in the EuroCup will qualify to play in the 2020-21 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague!
The 2019-20 7DAYS EuroCup may be the strongest in competition history. The competition features seven former champions (Darussafaka Tekfen Istanbul, Galatasaray Doga Sigorta Istanbul, Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar, Unicaja Malaga, UNICS Kazan, Rytas Vilnius, and Joventut Badalona), as well as four Turkish Airlines EuroLeague winners (Joventut, Limoges CSP, Partizan NIS Belgrade, and Segafredo Virtus Bologna). There are two national champions (Buducnost VOLI Podgorica from Montenegro, and Umana Reyer Venice, Italy).
We need to point up some teams that maybe have a bit more chance to go all the way this year. Many teams invested a lot this year just so they can secure their spot in the next year Euroleague.
Virtus Bologna with coach Djordjevic signs Teodosic, Stefan Markovic, Kyle Weems, and Vince Hunter. There are some rumors that they already received a wild card for next year Euroleague, but even if that is not the case, they have a very strong team on the paper that could potentially lead them to the glory.
There are also teams that are a constant threat like Darussafaka Tekfen, Unicaja Malaga and Lokomotiv Kuban.
Darussafaka added a new player to its roster, none other than Bonzie Colson Jr, who in NBA G League. Also, they signed Joe Ragland, Jarrod Jones, Johnny Hamilton, and Mahir Agva.
They have the team, good players but can they take a step closer to the finish line? Will see.
Unicaja Malaga every year has a pretty decent team, no matter which competition they play.
Spanish team works really hard, they have a good system with a mix of young and experienced players in the team. And it works, their results are better and better.
On the other side, if we talk about potential surprises this year, we should take a look at Partizan Nis Belgrade.
Coach Andrea Trinchieri started very strong and his intentions are very clear, Euroleague!
Partizan NIS Belgrade has found a floor general in do-it-all Corey Walden for the upcoming 7DAYS EuroCup season. Walden (1.88 meters, 26 years old) was named the Israeli League's regular-season MVP after putting up 18.4 points, 5.0 assists, 3.6 rebounds and 1.2 steals per game while leading Hapoel Holon into the playoffs. Also, they sign Gordic (1.93 meters, 30 years old) who returns to Partizan where he played in the 2012-13 season. He spent the last three years with Buducnost VOLI Podgorica, and last season averaged 7.6 points and 3.6 assists in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague. And that’s not all, they picked up shot-blocking center William Mosley, veteran forward Zanis Peiners and power forward Rashawn Thomas.
We can expect a very interesting league this year with many surprises and unexpected results.
Let the games begin!