04 October, 2022
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Have your say: Vote and predict the Final 4 teams and how they'll make it there!


MIES (Switzerland) - The Quarter-Finals are here and you can predict which four teams will make it to Final  4! Not only, that, but you also get to guess how many games it will take for the winning team to prevail in its respective best-of-three series.

You have until tip-off time of Game 1 in each series to vote for the winner (cut-off times in brackets):

Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem v AEK (vote until 20:00 CET on April 4)

 ●  This will be the 5th encounter between Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem and AEK in the BCL, with each team winning two of the previous four games; AEK were leading at half-time in each of their previous four meetings.

●  Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem have won their last five BCL games, their 3rd-best winning run in the competition. However, their last three defeats in the BCL came at home, each by a losing margin of at least seven points.

●  AEK have made it to the BCL Quarter-Finals for the fourth time.

Unicaja v UCAM Murcia (vote until 20:30 CET on April 4)

● Unicaja will take part in the Quarter-Finals for the second time in a row, however they lost their two games at that stage last season, against another Spanish team, BAXI Manresa. 

● UCAM Murcia played in the Quarter-Finals in 2017-18 where they defeated Pinar Karsiyaka at that stage on their way to get third place in the competition. UCAM Murcia have won their last three BCL games against fellow Spanish teams.

● Unicaja led the league in first-half scoring this season, as they average 43.7 points per game in the first half. 

● UCAM Murcia lead the league in drawn  fouls, with  24.6 per game. and consequently shot the most free-throws, attempting 24.9 shots from the foul line per game and making 20 of those. 

Telekom Baskets Bonn v SIG Strasbourg (vote until 20:00 CET on April 5)

 ●  Telekom Baskets Bonn are on a 11-game winning streak in the BCL, the third-longest in league history. Only two other teams have had winning runs longer than 10  games, Monaco with 14 in a row, and Lenovo Tenerife with 12 in a row.

●  SIG Strasbourg, who lost their most recent BCL game (71-63  Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem) are yet to lose consecutive games in the BCL this season;. Strasbourg scored 80 or more points in each of their last three road games.

●  Telekom Baskets Bonn average 118.3 points per 100 possessions, boasting the highest offensive rating of any team in the BCL this season. Strasbourg on the other hand are leading the league in made field goals, with 30.8 per game.

Lenovo Tenerife v BAXI Manresa (vote until 20:30 CET on April 5)

 ●  Lenovo Tenerife and BAXI Manresa will meet in a BCL game for the second time, after their matchup in last season’s Final that ended with a 98-87 win for Lenovo Tenerife. Tenerife are currently riding a 12-game winning streak at home, their longest such run in the BCL.

●  BAXI Manresa lost their two most recent BCL games, but six of Manresa's last eight BCL games on the road were determined by margins of five or fewer points.

●  Lenovo Tenerife opponents average only 68.8 possessions per game, as Tenerife give up just 102.1 points per 100 possessions, which is the best defensive rating in the BCL this season.