This game is one of the most important of the season for the Italian powerhouse. And I am sure that Olimpia Milano will try to give everything on the court at Khimki because:
- It’s the only “easy” game left for the Italians in the regular season of the Euroleague. After playing at Khimki, Milano has an infernal schedule, meeting CSKA, Olympiacos, Real Madrid, Panathinaikos, Fenerbahce and Anadolu Efes.
- Kaleb Tarczewski and Nemanja Nedovic are back from injuries, shooter James Nunnally was added to the roster a couple of weeks ago, facts that provide Milano one of the longest quality roster in the Euroleague
- Khimki is in a difficult position. They have lost many games due to the absence of Alexey Shved and Anthony Gill. Their chances to reach the playoff are minimum, especially in these circumstances. Of course, they will fight but I don’t think they can stop Milano’s offense.
Gratian Cormos, firstname.lastname@example.org