On Sunday night EuroChallenge quarter-finalists Paris-Levallois conquered their first French Cup title and the first for a team from the capital since 1963.
If one is after a prediction on the outcome of the EuroChallenge Final Four backed up by solid arguments, one can look no further than Christophe Denis, the head coach of Paris Levallois.
Pinar Karsiyaka raised a defensive wall in front of Paris Levallois on Tuesday night to clinch an 85-69 triumph in Game 3 of their quarter-final play-off series and claim a place in the EuroChallenge Final Four.
The final meeting between Karsiyaka and Paris on Tuesday might gift us with a third consecutive thrilling basketball encounter, but it will definitely look very different from the first two games in the series
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