The first team to advance was Morris's CSKA Moscow, which won their series 3-0 over Partizan. CSKA is the defending champion, and has now reached 7 consecutive Final Fours.
Terence Morris's Series Stats:
|Game 1 W 56-47||2||7||0||1||0|
|Game 2 W 77-50||11||6||1||0||1|
|Game 3 W 67-56||0||2||0||0||0|
Panathinaikos, with Nicholas and Jasikevicius, advanced by winning their series 3-1 over Montepeschi Siena. Panathiakos has won 3 Euroleague titles in the past decade, in 1996, 2000, and 2002, and is going for their fifth title in the history of the tournament. Sarunas is going for his fourth title, which would make him the first player ever to win Euroleague titles with three different teams.
Drew Nicholas's Series Stats:
|Game 1 W 90-85||13||0||2||0||0|
|Game 2 L 79-84||13||1||1||0||0|
|Game 3 W 72-53||13||3||1||0||1|
|Game 4 W 91-84||19||0||1||0||1|
Sarunas Jasikevicius's Series Stats:
|Game 1 W 90-85||4||2||5||0||0|
|Game 2 L 79-84||11||0||5||0||2|
|Game 3 W 72-53||10||2||2||0||1|
|Game 4 W 91-84||10||2||2||0||1|
The Final Four will take place May 1-3 in Berlin. In the meantime, you can participate in the fan voting for the All-Euroleague Team. Sarunas Jasikevicius is currently in first place for the point guard position. Terence Morris is also on the ballot. Oddly, Drew Nicholas is not on the ballot. If you read the fine print, fan voting only counts 20%... the media gets the other 80% of the influence in who makes the team.