baldur wrote:yannisk wrote:baldur wrote:
What kind of example is that? EuroLeague is an international competition whereas the nba is national, in which European domestic league, the location of the finals is predetermined? Use some logic first. Second, it is quite normal that choosing a city/country which has some basketball culture and team competing in EuroLeague in order not to organise the final four in front of the empty seats. Do you understand my points?
The point is that it has to be fair, I hope you can understand that, it's not that difficult.
it was in my response. you cant organize such a big event in front of empty seats in an irrelevant non-basketball lover country.
First of all F4 is a big event and having four teams involved will get the tickets sold. There was a succesful F4 in London recently, and British people don't give a sh*t about basketball. Is Germany such a basketball lover country that got two F4 recently? Turkey cares about basketball but do they care more than Lithuanians or Ex-Yugoslav countries?
The truth is they go for the big markets, I can understand it, but it does not mean it is fair.