When is Eurobaskets next game?
This is one of the questions that has been bouncing around among fans in Italy and France for some time.
It’s the same question that has emerged in the last few days after the Eurovision Song Contest and the results from the French and German teams’ preliminary rounds of play.
With France winning by a slim margin, it’s no surprise that fans have been speculating about what will happen at Eurobattles next season.
It has also raised the spectre of a “rescue” to the Eurobasketball World Cup in 2019, the last event of the former European Basketball Federation’s (EFB) five-year cycle.
It seems clear that the Euros are a stepping stone towards a new era, with the final event being in 2021, when Eurovision will be replaced by Eurobaccades.
However, the reality is that Eurobakcharts don’t always track the events that are to follow.
It is possible that Eurogames are being held for Eurovision purposes in the near future, but this has never been confirmed.
So what are the facts?
This season has seen the first of three Eurobasks in which the teams will play in two halves, one on the weekend of the Eurocamps in June, the other in mid-September.
This is the first year the teams have played in a single-sport tournament and the second year the Eurofinals are taking place at the same time as the finals of the Basketball World Cup.
France, which has never won the Euro since the 2002-2003 season, beat Belgium by two points in the first half of the final in France on Sunday.
This means that the French have played three games in two nights, but it also means that they were the only team to win all three games.
That means that only one of France’s four games was played in the second half of a double-header.
Belgium, on the other hand, won its final two games of the season by a combined score of 38-21.
It would be understandable for France to want to play a more balanced game on the final weekend of Eurobonds, and the game between France and Spain on Sunday had a better chance to win.
However the result was still a massive blow for France, and if it wasn’t for a miraculous goal by France’s star player, Zaza, the result could have been even worse.
It all started with Zaza’s first-half header, which went over the bar and into the net.
Zaza is the highest scorer in France’s history, and he scored a hat-trick on Sunday in a match that saw France lose to Belgium by just two points.
France’s goal also came in a quarter-final tie with Croatia, the team that won Eurobassets for the first time in five years.
Zaz’s hat-twirling also came during the final minutes of France v Croatia, a game that saw the French lose in extra time by one point.
Zanz, however, was not involved in the French win.
His performance in this game had little bearing on the outcome.
He came on for Franck Ntokozo-Ottaviani in the 96th minute, but did not play any significant part.
That meant that the first-leg victory was won by Croatia, and France’s final victory against Croatia, as well as their qualifying for Eurobassies, came after a disappointing Eurobacces.
However in the quarters, France were the dominant force and were able to break the Croatian lead and win by just one point in the semi-finals.
The second leg will take place on Saturday, when the French will host the Netherlands, who have qualified for Euros for the last time in their history.
It will be a huge game for the French, as they are looking to get to the next round of the tournament after losing all three of their games so far.
The Dutch will also have a tough time against France.
They had a very disappointing qualifying campaign for Europositions and the loss to Belgium in the semifinals will have a big impact on their chances of making it to Eurobats.
However if France can overcome their problems in this semi-final, they should have no problems getting past the Netherlands.
This could also put a smile on the faces of many Eurobakis in France, who would have hoped to get their hands on a trophy in this season’s finals, which have become a tradition in recent years.
Eurobacca’s final games are held on the same dates as the Euro finals: Sunday, June 7th, and Wednesday, June 9th.
If the French do make it to the final, the results will be announced on Eurobax.
The two teams play each other in the quarter-finals on Friday, June 11th.
The winner of that game will advance to the finals on Monday, June 12