How Zenit commented on the Euroleague decision to lose 20-0 to Basconia and Valencia | NBA

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Zenit seems to have stoically accepted the Euroleague decision to award the games against Basconia and Valencia with 20-0 against them since it was not able to line up at least eight in Tuesday and Thursday’s games.

The Russian team was not able to line up a team due to multiple cases of coronavirus, as a result of which it did not even go to Spain and the matches did not take place, with the Athletic Judge of the EuroLeague following the rules and imposing the relevant penalty.

“Tough law, but… law”, was the simple comment made by the Russian team on Twitter with the well-known Latin phrase.

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