Both of the semifinal Euroleague Final Four games have been played tonight. The competition officially has its finalists. Moscow’s CSKA will be facing Fenerbahce Istanbul on Sunday.

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The Arameitsy lead by captain Miloš Teodosić have beat Lokomotiv Kuban by 88:81. A strong game was eventually decided by the experience of the Moscow red and blues, despite good efforts made by Loko.

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The game’s MVP was Nando de Colo who scored a total of 30 points, 6/6 on the free throws, and a PIR of 30, as an ending to an excellent appearance.

The biggest scorer for Lokomotiv was Malcom Delaney with 26 points 12/12 on free throws and a PIR of 24. A clear indicator of how steady individuals have managed to lead up entire squads.

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On the other hand, Fener has beat Laboral by 88:77 in a match full of F4 debutants. The squad of the incredibly enthusiastic coach Željko Obradović has made another great success. Their biggest scorer was Bogdan Bogdanović with 18 points, and a 20 val PIR, while the MVP was Kostas Sloukas with 13 points, 4/4 on free throws and a PIR of 20.

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The Spanish Laboral Kutxa failed to keep the 3rd quarter pace and has lost a place in the final. The undoubtable MVP for Laboral was Ioannis Bourousis who scored 22 points, with 10 rebounds, and a PIR of 24.

The two finalists, CSKA and Fener will be facing off on Sunday in a  match that is bound to be worthy of a great final. Taking into consideration the history of CSKA at this level, as well as the desire that is being promoted by Obradović, it can be anyone’s game.