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Euroleague Announces 2017 Final Four Will Be Held In Istanbul From May 19-21

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 28 / 16

Euroleague Basketball announced on Tuesday that Istanbul will host the 2017 Euroleague Final Four from May 19-21. The upcoming season will be the first in league history in which all teams are guaranteed to play each other. It will be the second time the Final Four has taken place at the S...

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