Where to watch live on TV the matches of the final phase of the ACB?
After the return of soccer, basketball will return. The Endesa League begins next Wednesday, June 17. It will do so with a final phase, to be held in Valencia. The top twelve finishers of the regular season at the time of the suspension due to the coronavirus will compete for the title on equal terms, divided into two groups of six and after playing the semifinals and the final. This express calendar can be followed in its entirety by Movistar +.
Each team will play five games before the rest of the teams in their group and those who finish this group in the first two places of their group, they will enter the semifinals, deciding on the final match. All compressed in 14 days. The ACB has devised a calendar in which there will be three meetings each day until the end of the first phase.
FC Barcelona Lassa, Iberostar Tenerife, Retabet Bilbao, Baskonia, Unicaja and Juventut de Badalona They will be the members of group A. The competition will start with Barça – Juventut, on June 17 at 15:30. The competition will continue at 6:30 p.m. with Iberostar Tenerife – Unicaja and will close at 9:30 p.m. with Baskonia – Bilbao.
As for group B, it is made up of Real Madrid, Casademont Zaragoza, Morabanc Andorra, Valencia Basket, San Pablo Burgos and Herbalife Gran Canaria. On Thursday 18 the competition in the group will start with a Morabanc – Valencia, followed by Real Madrid – Gran Canaria and San Pablo Burgos – Zaragoza.
Every day there will be three meetings, at the same times. This will reach Friday June 26, the day on which the four semifinalists will meet once the fifth day of group B is over. Sunday 28 The first will cross against the second of each group in the semis and the Tuesday 1 July the champion of this atypical will be known Endesa League 2019-2020.