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BCL 2022-23 Quarter-Finals Draw - March 24 - House of Basketball
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Quarter-Finals Draw reveals pairings en route to the Final 4

MIES (Switzerland) - Each of the eight clubs still standing in the race to conquer the Basketball Champions League trophy discovered the path that leads to  the Final 4 on Friday, after the conclusion of the Quarter-Finals Draw ceremony at the Patrick Baumann House of Basketball.

The pairings that emerged from the Quarter-Finals Draw are as follows:

Telekom Baskets Bonn (GER) vs. SIG Strasbourg (FRA)
Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem (ISR) vs. AEK (GRE)
Lenovo Tenerife (ESP) vs. BAXI Manresa (ESP) 
Unicaja (ESP) vs. UCAM Murcia (ESP)

The team mentioned first in each pairing will have homecourt advantage in the Quarter-Finals, as the four teams that won their respective Round of 16 groups were seeded in the Draw.

The Quarter-Finals will commence on April 4 and each series will be played in a best-of-three format, with teams that have the homecourt advantage playing the first game at home.

The second game will be played at the home arena of the unseeded team on either April 11 or April 12 and, if a series is tied at 1-1 after the first two games, then the team with homecourt advantage will play the tie-breaking third game at home on either April 18 or April 19. The detailed schedule of the Quarter-Finals can be found here.

Former Spanish international Fran Vazquez, who won the 2017 title with Lenovo Tenerife, and former Lithuanian international Jonas Maciulis, who reached the 2020 Final with AEK, were the specials guests at the Quarter-Finals Draw ceremony, which you can rewatch below:

The four teams that win their respective Quarter-Final series will qualify for the Final 4. The Draw for the Semi-Finals will take place in late April, in the city that will play host to the Final Four of the 2022-23 edition of the Basketball Champions League.  


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