Maccabi Tel Aviv progresses to Euroleague final

After crushing Real Madrid 82-63, team will take on Greece's Panathinaikos in final game.

May 7, 2011 02:45
Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Maccabi TA 311. (photo credit: Adi Avishai)


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Maccabi Tel Aviv hooped their way into the Euroleague Final on Friday night, soundly beating Real Madrid 82-63 in Barcelona.

The team will now take on Panathinaikos on Sunday at 5:30pm.

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Early on in the game, Madrid had the lead, but Maccabi Tel Aviv pulled ahead at halftime.

Sunday's final will be Maccabi Tel Aviv's seventh Euroleague final in the past fourteen years, with both Tel Aviv and Panathinaikos battling for their sixth continental trophy.

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