This team’s feats are simply unmeasurable. In a season marked by injuries, Real Madrid overcame them plus the handicap of not having home-court advantage in its playoff series against Panathinaikos to progress to the EuroLeague Final Four, which will be contested in Belgrade from 18-20 May. The Whites wrapped the series up with what was a stunning performance in many spells and the backing of the incredible atmosphere generated inside the Palacio, which once again played a key role.
Every player who took to the court netted points in a fine team display. Doncic made 17 points and registered a PIR of 24; Ayon posted 12 and 23; Reyes sunk 12 points; Llull 11 and Carroll 10. The madridistas now know the identity of their semi-final opponents on 18 May: CSKA Moscow.