By Johnny Askounis/ email@example.com
Basketball Champions League confirmed new dates for four games postponed due to complications generated by the coronavirus pandemic. Those matches were originally part of the Gameday 1 and 2 schedules and were pushed back according to protocols implemented prior to the start of the 2020-21 Regular Season.
Cholet against Hapoel Holon and Tofas versus ERA Nymburk will take place on November 10. AEK will host Tsomki-Minsk on November 11. The Hereda San Pablo Burgos and Happy Casa Brindisi matchup was set for November 18.
The Champions League previously modified the Regular Season format setting groups of four teams each rather than eight for flexibility in potential scheduling issues.
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