Igokea vs PAOK | FIBA Champions League – Oct. 5, 2021

MilosNS
October 4, 2021
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Last week Euroleague started, and this week basketball fans will have an opportunity to watch even more European clubs in FIBA Championship League. We managed to find one game where betting sites made an apparent mistake and missed the line by 5-6 points, in our humble opinion. In Laktasi, home team Igokea will host the Greek team PAOK.

Igokea

Last season Igokea was one hard-working team that made a big fuss in the regional league with their excellent defense and unbreakable team spirit. Coach Dragan Bajic is well known as a great motivator, and he guided his team magnificently. During the summer, the Igokea roster changed a lot, and from what we saw in the first few rounds of the ABA league, they are far from the defensive team.

PAOK

The Greek team started the national season this weekend and lost at home against Lavrio (73-89). This season they have a pretty interesting roster with Malcolm Griffin on the point guard, Joshua Carter, and Jermaine Lowe.  They are an atypical Greek team, and they can play fast, and score many points.

Team News

All players from both teams are ready for this game, and there are no injured or suspended players.

H2H Comparison and Trends

These two teams never played against each other.

Free Betting Pick

This is the game between two teams that run a lot, and don’t play good defense. We are going on points here, and playing Over 154 Points, priced 1.74, all at 22bet betting site.

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