Credit: BNS
Credit BNS

March 21st is the deadline for the suspended Russian clubs, including CSKA Moscow, UNICS Kazan, Zenit Saint Petersburg, and Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar, to get back to the EuroLeague and EuroCup competitions, via Alessandro Maggi of Sportando.

The information was confirmed by BasketNews sources.

If the situation does not change favorably, all regular-season games versus Russian clubs will be annulled to configure the leagues' standings, and they will not participate in this season's EuroLeague or EuroCup competitions.

Euroleague Commercial Assets (ECA) Executive Board members decided to suspend the Russian clubs regarding the war in Ukraine.

The last available day for rescheduled regular-season games is April 14th, EuroLeague representatives confirmed to BasketNews. However, in exceptional circumstances, this deadline could be extended.

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What do thety wait? Ban them already. Does anyobdy really hthink that Russina lcubs xuld just back like nothing before the end of the season? Kids are bombed, war crimes are perprated and thes old farts in Eurolague Board still only think about their business. ALL THE OTHER SPORT LEAUGES HAVE BAN RUSSIAN CLUBS. Shame on you.
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