First tip-off of the matchday set for 18:00 with the match between Zenit and Valencia. The game between Barcelona and Asvel, instead, will close the M26 on Friday at 21:00.
Sergio Rodriguez (AX Armani Exchange Milan, 13.7 CR): the Spanish playmaker against Khimki can do a great dunkest score. He scores and assist with unprecedented ease and this, combined with the fact that he is having a great time, pushes us to advise him given the non-existent defense of the Russians. Even with a possible reduced time he can do well.
Kevin Pangos (Zenit, 10.3 CR): the Canadian play is undoubtedly the leader of the Russians, and must make the difference in a playoff match like the one with Valencia. He still has an affordable price.
Simone Fontecchio (Alba Berlin, 6.5 CR): the former Milan and Virtus Bologna guard has returned to the magical levels reached at the beginning of the season. Against Pana is expected a game where attacks will dominate, and Simone, with his 3’s, can make the difference.
Luke Sikma (Alba Berlin, 12.8 CR): the number 43 of the Germans in the latest games is back to his best. Against Pana can do well, also because the Greeks are veterans of the covid. He has been the closest to the TripleDouble in the recent years after Calathes, and this game could be the right one to make it.
Kostantinos Mitoglou (Panathinaikos, 8.6 CR): the days when the Greek forward cost almost the minimum and yielded a lot are long gone. Now the price has gone up but it’s always a good choice among half price forwards. At that price he is one of the few who can go for the DD, and this day we bet on him.
Sergi Martinez (Barcelona, 4.4 CR): the young player can have several minutes in a match that is really affordable for Barça. Against Asvel he can suffer the physicality of the French, but he often puts out a lot of energy and dirties all the statistical sections.
Walter Tavares (Real Madrid 17.8 CR): Real is going through a very complicated moment and need the help of their milestones to get up. Tavares is undoubtedly one of them, and against a Lauvergne quite fugitive to rebound he can do a great match.
Arturas Gudaitis (Zenit S.Pietroburgo, 12 CR): the former Milan center has returned from a great performance against his former team and I am sure he can repeat himself. Against Dubljevic a hot duel is expected, with the Montenegrin who often leaves something defensively. And that’s where Guda can make the difference.
Achille Polonara (Baskonia, 10 CR): The number 33 is experiencing the best season of his career and has immediately settled in a particular reality like Baskonia. The Basques, however, now have very few chances to hope for the playoffs, and it will be up to Achille to keep them alive by beating the Red Star.
Ettore Messina (AX Armani Exchange Milan, 7.9 CR): Milan has just returned from a defeat in St. Petersburg and will face Khimki with anger. The Russians are back from 12 consecutive defeats, and the demobilization continues.