Euroleague Betting Odds
The EuroLeague is one of the most popular indoor sports leagues in the world in terms of attendance. It is also a prime basketball competition for bettors, as it is an opportunity to see and place wagers on the best European basketball teams playing top international games.
For this season 2021/22, 13 teams have a long-term license and are qualify automatically. In addition, there include the two finalists of the Eurocup, the Bundesliga champions, the winner of the Adriatic League, and finally, a Wild Card making up a total of 18 teams. Make Eurocup bets with bwin.
When it comes to basketball sports betting, the EuroLeague is the most prestigious competition in European basketball. The regular season runs from October until April.
Turkish basketball is in the spotlight
During the regular season from October to April, each team meets in a round-robin format and the top 8 teams qualify for the play-offs. In the last five seasons, there has always been at least one Turkish club in the final. In the 2019/20 season, Anadolu Efes S.K played in the finals but forfeited the game. Fortunately, they made up for it in the EuroLeague 2021, winning their first EuroLeague trophy.
The coach of the reigning champions, Altman, started a debate among fans and bettors. when he said, "If we played in the NBA, I think we could reach the playoffs."
Barcelona will be the team to beat.
Past winners Barcelona are the team that everyone will be watching. Mirotic's Barça are the odds-on favourite to finish the Most Valuable Players of the competition, and Jasikevicius is on everyone's radar in the Euroleague. However, it should be noted that the Spanish team has three players in the top 10 in Europe.
In football in Spain, there is great rivalry between Barça and Real Madrid. It's not just in soccer. The rivalry also extends to basketball. Last season in the Liga ACB, Barcelona beat Real in the final. In the Euroleague, the Merengues are the only team that has won ten trophies.
CSKA strengthened with the best scorer
The top scorer in two of the last three seasons, Alexey Shved decided to join the powerful team of CSKA Moscow, winners of the final in 2019. Thirty-two years old and standing tall at 1.98 meters, Shved happens to be one of the best European scorers in the last decade. In the 2018-2019 season, he scored an average of 23.3 points per game in the Euroleague, and last season, he amassed 19.8 points, leading the scoring statistics.
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