Sergio Scariolo breaks down EuroLeague Playoffs

2024-05-15T16:34:01+00:00 2024-05-17T03:57:20+00:00.

Antonis Stroggylakis

15/May/24 16:34

Sergio Scariolo analyzes all EuroLeague playoffs series and the big factors/players that decided the quarterfinals

By Eurohoops team/

Spain coach Sergio Scariolo, a former World Cup, EuroBasket champion and Olympic Games multimedalist with “La Roja”, analyzes all the series of the 2024 EuroLeague playoffs on the latest episode of the EurohooPOD with Antonis Stroggylakis and Cesare Milanti.

From Real Madrid’s sweep over Baskonia to the dramatic Game 5 situations of the other three series, Scariolo breaks down the keys of the quarterfinals, the players that made the difference, several “What Ifs” and how each team made the Final Four.

Sit back and enjoy the show!

(1:38) The best EuroLeague Playoffs ever?

(2:55) From a coaching point of view, what was the most interesting series to watch?

(4:40) Sergio Scariolo’s key points from Real MadridBaskonia

(6:10) “Without Moneke they’re a different team”

(8:17) Addressing Facundo Campazzo’s dominant comeback

(10:31) Kendrick Nunn should be “celebrated as EuroLeague MVP”

(13:47) Touching on the relationship between Lorenzo Brown and Wade Baldwin

(16:37) Addressing Semi Ojeleye’s adjustments to Europe

(20:42) Ioannis Papepetrou “got better” after his season in Partizan

(23:09) Nick Calathes did it all for Fenerbahce

(25:48) Saras found a way to balance and clarify the roles

(28:35) Could Tarik Biberovic become the next big thing in Europe?

(31:19) Barcelona may have lost the series already in Game 4

(34:03) Winning one game on the road in the Playoffs isn’t enough

(37:21) Olympiacos won it despite horrible numbers

(40:04) Addressing the team’s growth despite losing Sasha Vezenkov and Kostas Sloukas

(44:04) How did Ricky Rubio impact on Barcelona since his return?

(47:50) What should we expect from the EuroLeague Final Four in Berlin?