ERA Nymburk, with whom Pınar Karşıyaka was matched in the quarterfinals of the FIBA Champions League, has not achieved a significant success in its history in Europe. Nymburk, who has not left the league championship in Czechia for the last 17 years, has seen the most quarter-finals in the European arena.
In the Champions League, the Czech representative came in second with 4 wins and 2 defeats behind Tofaş from Group B in the regular season with double averages, and in the Play-Offs, the leader finished Group L with 5 wins and 1 defeat. Kaf-Kaf, who will compete with Nymburk on 5 or 6 May in the organization to be held in Novgorod, Russia between May 5 and 9, will face the winner of the match against Nizhny Novgorod from Spain and Casademont Zaragoza from Spain in case of being a semi-finalist.
The virus nightmare continues
While the OGM Ormanspor match, which Pınar Karşıyaka was supposed to play on the road today in the ING Basketball Super League, was postponed due to the coronavirus cases in the team and the technical team, the green-reds could not survive the nightmare for months. While the quarantine processes of M’Baye and Onuralp, whose PCR tests were positive in Kaf-Kaf, where 9 players were caught with coronavirus in the previous months, many names are under isolation from the technical team and administrative staff.
Ergin KARATAŞ / İZMİR, (DHA)