Panathinaikos’ games against Zenit and CSKA postponed

2021-02-12T14:16:10+00:00 2021-02-12T14:16:10+00:00.

Stefan Djordjevic

12/Feb/21 14:16

Both of Panathinaikos’ upcoming EuroLeague games have been postponed

By Eurohoops team/

Due to the recent wave of coronavirus positives among Panathinaikos OPAP members, the team’s games against Zenit (February 17) and CSKA (February 19) have been postponed.

Per EuroLeague Basketball:

The Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Regular Season Round 6 and 25 games, Zenit St Petersburg – Panathinaikos OPAP Athens and CSKA Moscow – Panathinaikos OPAP Athens, which were scheduled to be played on Wednesday, February 17 and Friday, February 19, respectively, have been suspended. Panathinaikos OPAP Athens requested the suspension due to local legislation imposing quarantine measures on the team, which leaves it without the minimum eight players on the Authorisation List fit to play

In accordance with the Special Regulations due to COVID-19 in force, each game can be rescheduled or relocated up to three times, if there are available dates. Euroleague Basketball will coordinate with all teams the best options to reschedule or relocate their games. Alternative date or venue will be announced on official Euroleague Basketball platforms once confirmed.