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30.01.2022 – 21:07

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FC Bayern also dominated Bayreuth in an unchallenged 83:60 victory, even without the driving coach Andrea Trinchieri, who took a break. His representative, Slaven Rimac, was surprised by the strong performance from Bayern Munich: “Personally, I expected a more difficult game.” Managing Director Marko Pesic warned against too much euphoria after the recent successes against Berlin with a playoff place in the EuroLeague and the BBL table lead, because relapses are also part of it: “We have to make sure that we don’t repeat the slump again.” The Berliners are also happy about an 82:70 at the penultimate Würzburg – the first success after the last 5 defeats. “We’re very happy that we won the game,” said Jonas Mattisseck after a difficult run. Further no luck, no success for the last Oldenburg. After the 65:87 defeat against second Bonn, legend Rickey Paulding demanded what he had been praying for weeks: “We have to fight. We have to show character. We have to do that for 40 minutes.”

Below are the most important voices of the day – if used, please name the source MagentaSport. FC Bayern (eighth in the table) will already have their top game in the EuroLeague against FC Barcelona (second) on Tuesday – from 8:15 p.m. live on MagentaSport. The current live program is available here: www.magentasport.de/programm

FC Bayern Munich – medi Bayreuth 83:60

Even without head coach Andrea Trinchieri, who took a break before the next few weeks, FC Bayern can secure a safe home win against Bayreuth and thus defend their lead in the table. Assistant Coach Slaven Rimac: “I have to say that we are very happy because personally I expected a much more difficult game because we had so many games in a short time. In games like this you never know how the team will come in. But we were good from the start And I’m very happy with the win.”Jason George accumulated more than 26 minutes of play and scored 5 points. To victory he said: “We had a great start with only 11 points for Bayreuth in the 1st quarter. I got the confidence to play a lot and tried to pay it back with defense and energy. Today everyone scored and everyone played… We are everyone a bit tired but it was good.”

For medi Bayreuth, the defeat still means 11th place in the table and 4 points behind the playoff ranks. Because coach Raoul Korner was absent due to illness, assistant coach Mauricio Parra was on the sidelines. He explained his defeat like this: “It was a weak start. We definitely stepped on the gas a lot in the second quarter. Thomas’ three threes broke our neck at the beginning. Little by little the quality prevailed and victory went to Bayern That’s fine, of course. … I still think it’s good that we fought to the end and didn’t let ourselves be shot completely out of the hall.”

FC Bayern’s managing director Marko Pesic on the strong form of the Munich team: “We’re playing well at the moment and are winning our games. But I can also remember that about 6 weeks ago we also had a 7-7 in the EuroLeague. Now we have to make sure that we don’t repeat the slump afterwards.”He doesn’t want to talk about the playoffs because “That would be the biggest mistake we could make right now. I know very well how difficult it was after the 0-4 at the beginning of the season to put us in this situation. Talking about the playoffs doesn’t make sense to me, at least Sinn. Of course it would be great, but the only thing we should think about today is winning the next game.”

s.Oliver Würzburg – ALBA Berlin 70:82

The albatrosses are recovering well after the EuroLeague defeat against FC Bayern and really turned up the heat in the last quarter. The 1st victory after 5 defeats in a row. Jonas Mattisseck: “The substitution of Maodo Lo gave us another push and woke us up because we needed it. It was a difficult game. In the end we were able to win the game because of our experience… Würzburg has us extremely It was asking a lot and we’re very happy to have won the game.”

After the 9th defeat in a row, Würzburg remains 17th. Craig Moller was satisfied despite the defeat: “You can lose and still make a step forward. We’re still very disappointed that we lost because we were in a good position after 3 quarters. But it was a very good effort and an improvement from everyone.”

The link to the game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QlpSuqg2Ls

EWE Baskets Oldenburg – Telekom Baskets Bonn 65:87

Telekom Baskets Bonn show a show of force in the second half and clinch an unchallenged away win, staying close on FC Bayern’s heels. Coach Tuomas Iisalo: “We did a lot of things well. Especially in defence… It was a good performance.” Michael Kessens added why Bonn was only able to pull away in the last quarter: “We weren’t very concentrated at the beginning and Oldenburg took advantage of that. They fought and that gave them a bit of courage. But then we found the concentration and could turn the game around… It shows character. That was a really good win for us.”

It’s getting darker and darker in the table cellar for EWE Baskets Oldenburg. With only 2 wins, the team is 4 points behind a non-relegation zone. Rickey Paulding on the weak final quarter and a half with an analysis that often sounds suspiciously the same: “We had too many turnovers. We actually played well but the turnovers decided it… We have to fight. We did well for almost 3 quarters today, but that’s not enough. We have to show character now. We have it Showed a bit today, but we have to do that for 40 minutes.”

The link to the game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xxZHHKXHgY

Hamburg Towers – ratiopharm Ulm 90:91

Ratiopharm Ulm wins a spectacular game in Hamburg and remains the closest pursuer of the top duo of FC Bayern and Telekom Baskets Bonn, is in third place with 26 points. Philipp Herkenhoff on the win: “Both teams were very short on players. You could tell we were tired but we just pushed through.”

Despite strong comebacks, the Hamburg Towers lose and fall to 9th place behind the playoff ranks. Caleb Homesley played the full 40 minutes due to the tight staffing situation, found after the game: “It was a good game for us and we had a lot of chances. The coach said he was happy but we didn’t finish it.”

The link to the game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATulk35I1Bs

Basketball LIVE bei MagentaSport

Tuesday, 02/01/2022

EuroLeague

From 6.30 p.m.: Fenerbahce – Villeurbanne

From 18.45: Zalgiris Kaunas – Maccabi Tel Aviv, Red Star Belgrade – Milan

From 7.45pm: Panathinaikos v AS Monaco

From 8.15 p.m .: Baskonia – Zenit St. Petersburg, FC Barcelona – FC BAYERN MUNICH

Wednesday, 02/02/2022

From 17.45: CSKA Moscow – Andolu Efes

From 7.45 p.m.: ALBA BERLIN – UNICS Kazan

From 8.30 p.m.: Real Madrid – Olympiacos Piraeus

Eurocup

From 7.50 p.m.: MoraBanc Andorra – HAMBURG TOWERS

From 8.20 p.m.: Umana Reyer Venice – RATIOPHARM ULM

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From 6.45 p.m.: EWE Baskets Oldenburg – MLP Academics Heidelberg

Thursday, 02/03/2022

EuroLeague

From 18.45 Red Star Belgrade v AS Monaco

From 8.15 p.m .: Milan – Fenerbahce, FC BAYERN MUNICH – Maccabi Tel Aviv

From 8.45 p.m.: FC Barcelona – Panathinaikos

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From 6.45 p.m.: Löwen Braunschweig – s.Oliver Würzburg

Friday, 02/04/2022

EuroLeague

From 5.45 p.m.: CSKA Moscow – ALBA BERLIN

From 18.15: Anadolu Efes – Villeurbanne

Ab 18.45 Uhr: Zalgiris Kaunas – UNICS Kasan

From 8.15 p.m.: Baskonia – Olympiacos Piraeus

From 8.30 p.m.: Real Madrid – Zenit St. Petersburg

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