Spanish teams are the most valued in all of Europe

Madrid averages 96.2 credits and leads CSKA, Valencia, Baskonia and Barça. Joventut is second in the Eurocup and Iberostar and Burgos lead the FIBA Champions League.


After a very difficult start, the Euroleague continues to burn days. There are 14 remaining for the end of the regular phase plus the postponed games, one of them, Real Madrid-Red Star, is played today Monday (7:00 p.m., Dazn). It should have been played last Wednesday, but the storm Filomena prevented it. The Serbian team is finally in Madrid, although via Valencia, where they lost on Friday (91-71) .

He arrives with news regarding the first round, when Real beat him 67-73. Dejan Radonjic has replaced Sasa Obradovic on the bench and the gunner Jordan Loyd, second highest scorer in the competition with 18.7 points, is low. To lend a hand they have incorporated the Spanish Quino Colom (9.8 on average in four games). Now, the powerful power forward Johnny O'Bryant (12.8 and 5.3 rebounds) and the point guard Corey Walden (10.7) are the references. Laso, for his part, will again have the absence of Llull (discomfort in one knee) .

Barça and Madrid fight for the lead with CSKA, and Valencia and Baskonia do it to also finish from eighth place onwards. At this point, the four Spaniards appear among the five most valued in the Euroleague. Madrid is first with an average of 96.2 credits and leads CSKA (93.9), Valencia (93.8), Baskonia (93.5) and Barça (92.8). A statistic in which the attacking game prevails.

And at the Eurocup? Something similar: Teodosic's Virtus Bolonia commands (103.9) and then Joventut is second (103.7); Gran Canaria, fourth (97.4) and Unicaja, fifth (96) .

And in the FIBA Champions League? The leader… Iberostar Tenerife (112.4) and the second, San Pablo Burgos (111.6). That said, Spanish clubs are the most valued in Europe.

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