Maccabi TA's Euroleague campaign comes to a halt

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April 12, 2007 22:03

 
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After reaching the Euroleague title game the last three seasons and the Final Four in seven of the last eight years, Maccabi Tel Aviv's Euroleague campaign came to an embarrassing and grinding halt at the quarterfinal stage Thursday night. Tel Aviv was thoroughly outclassed by CSKA Moscow 92-71 in the decisive game three of their quarterfinal series.

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