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In the first game of the Final Eight to become champions in the Basketball Champions League, Burgos leveled Hapoel 65-92.

Afterwards, Dijon celebrated the victory over Turk Telekom with 82-83 and will now face the Spaniards in the semifinals.

Tomorrow (1/10) AEK will face Nimburg and Zaragoza will play Tenerife.

THE PANORAMA OF FINAL EIGHT

Quarterfinals

September 30
Hapoel Jerusalem – San Pablo Burgos 65-92
Turk Telekom – Dijon 82-83
October 1
AEK – Nimburg 18:30
Zaragoza – Tenerife 21:30

Semifinals (October 2)
AEK / Nimburg – Zaragoza / Tenerife
Dijon – San Pablo Burgos

Final (October 4)

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