PRESS RELEASE | Sep 21, 2018
Mid-season survey of 7DAYS EuroCup general managers: Part 1
Euroleague Basketball's first mid-season survey of 7DAYS EuroCup general managers asked a series of fan-centric questions about the competition so far. At the conclusion of the regular season, the GMs were asked about the top teams and coaches in the competition, including the main candidates to make the finals, the surprise team of the season, and the most uncomfortable opponent. The GMs also reveal their choices for best coach and most fun-to-watch team. Check out their answers below! 



 
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