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Thanks to all you by your welcome and good wishes.
For me it would be a pleasure and i will be proud to see my matches uploaded in the page !
If Thanasis, i think he will be the person who upload them, and you are agree, i will send him the first package with the following 15 matches the next week (Comments from : http://web.mit.edu/eavgoust/WWW/PAOK/PA ... /1984.html
PAOK – Aris (74-70, 1983/84 greek cup final).
"Kipello, kipello, kipello emis, ki esi lae tou Ari na pas na ..."
Then president of PAOK, Giorgos Pandelakis, offered on behalf of the team 500,000 drachmas (definitely less than $10,000 in 1984) to all players together as a bonus for winning the Cup. It was not before 1987 that Greek basketball moved up to a different financial level that made such monetary amounts sound like peanuts.
PAOK - Benetton Treviso (77-79, 1992/93 euroleague final four semif).
SEF in Black and White but Greek tragedy at the end, Prelevc 21, Levingston 18.PAOK plays Benetton Treviso in SEF for the semi-final without Tsekos who has been recently injured in an auto accident, fortunately not seriously. PAOK leads 68-61 when Iacopini hits 4/4 3-pointers to give a 71-73 lead to the Italian team. The game is tied 77-77 with 36'' to go and PAOK has the ball. Prelevic overlooks Korfas, who is spotting just outside the 3-point line completely unguarded as all Benetton players have converged in the painted area, and takes a difficult shot from the foul line in front of the much taller Kukoc and misses badly with 12'' to go. On the other side of the floor Kukoc does not imitate Prelevic: he attracts the defense and passes to Ragazzi who sinks the long 2 with less than 3'' to go. PAOK loses 77-79 and the dream ends abruptly (Prelevic 21, Levingston 18). Some people will blame the refs who indeed favored Treviso in calling or not calling fouls, others will blame Prelevic, who finished the game with negative TENDEX, for being too selfish at the last crucial possessions, others will blame Fasoulas who had early foul problems and was unable to limit Rusconi on defense. However, his teammates were partially responsible for that, as Fasoulas was helping them when they lost the player they guarded, but he did not receive any help from them on Rusconi.
PAOK – Real Madrid (76-70, 1992/93 euroleague final four ¾ ).
Barlow 20.PAOK fans express their anger against FIBA and the refs for their supposed role in Tuesday's defeat and leave the stadium in protest before the final game between Limoges and Benetton Treviso.
PAOK - Panionios (82-64, 1993/94 korac cup semif 2nd leg).
Despite being down at halftime, PAOK beats easily Panionios 82-64 and advances to the finals of the Korac Cup (Galakteros 22, Berry 19, Korfas 18).
Aris - PAOK (76-80, 1996/97 league).
PAOK opens a 13 point lead in the second half against Aris, more than matching the differential from the first round game. Then the game turns to a series of runs: 21-7 for Aris, later 0-6 for PAOK, 7-0 for Aris and Aris is up by 2 with about 2 minutes left. Then Skiles hits a crucail 3 pointer that starts a 8-0 run for PAOK. We win the game 80-76, but we don't the 11 points negative differential from the first round game. (Stojakovic 27, Skiles 19, Bonner 15). Now Aris has the upper hand in case of a 2-way tie.
PAOK - Zalguiris Kaunas (104-59, 1995/96 cup winners cup semif, 2nd leg
Zalgiris does not resist PAOK but for some minutes before they surrender. PAOK fans and players have a very nice evening as PAOK crushes Zalgiris 104-59 (Garret 21, Stojakovic 21, Rentzias 18)!
PAOK - Olympiakos (84-71, 1993/94 league).
PAOK beats OSFP 84-71 in Alexanthrio (Prelevic 23, Savic 20, Berry 19). It's the first game ever for Fasoulas against PAOK and the selectively forgetful fans have a party
Panathinaikos - PAOK (68-58, 1997/98 league finals, game 5).
PAOK - Panathinaikos (64-57, 1997/98 league finals, game 4).
Olympiakos - PAOK (70-65, 1993/94 league finals, game 5).
OSFP and PAOK have exchanged wins, again all by home teams, and the series is tied 2-2. In the 3rd game, PAOK, despite playing without Berry who was injured, threatened OSFP with an upset. So now the 5th and final game is considered open. We are soon down 12-28 as the officials do not call a lot of fouls, thus favoring OSFP that plays tough defense. But we adjust to the way the game is called and respond with tough defense of our own, taking advantage from the fair way that the refs are calling the game. With Prelevic playing a masterful offensive game and Boudouris leading the defense with 5 steals, PAOK ties the game at 54. But we miss many chances to go ahead and with less than a minute to go we are down 65-66 but we have the ball. Savic stands halfway between the 3-point and the midcourt lines and tries to pass to one of the guards who are cutting under tough -to say the least as in one instance Sigalas trips Prelevic- pressure by the OSFP defense. Savic's man is staying back helping close the lanes, as Savic is not a threat from that far from the basket. Surprisingly the officials, who until then had done a pretty good job, call a 5'' violation on Savic. But the rules are clear: a player must be under pressure himself for the 5'' count to start. But no OSFP player was guarding Savic! OSFP receives the invaluable gift and Paspalj has the ball. He picks up his pivot foot and shoots using glass. It's an obvious traveling violation but the officials close their eyes! Paspalj's shot is good and PAOK has only a chance to tie the game with a 3-pointer. Prelevic tries to work his way around a pick against the tough defense by Sigalas who steals the ball. Later Prelevic will say that Sigalas hit his arm. We couldn't form an independent opinion by watching the video because Prelevic's body is between the ball and the camera. Sigalas goes on the fast break for the dunk and Berry fouls him intentionally from behind with a few seconds to go. OSFP fans get inside the court while a shower of coins hit PAOK players who flee to the locker rooms. Ikonomithis decides to keep the team from returning, not so much for being afraid of the OSFP fans, as he claims, but rather because of being frustrated for the blatant way that the officials used to virtually hand over the game and the championship to OSFP. Later PAOK officials are warned that PAOK could be disqualified from next season's European Championship in favor of Panionios if the team would not return to finish the game, so they send the bench players on the court to witness Sigalas' free-throws and the passage of the remaining seconds. PAOK loses the game 65-70, and OSFP is Champion for the 2nd straight year (Berry 24, Prelevic 23).
PAOK - Scavolini (96-58, 1993/94 korac cup Q/F 2nd leg).
A relatively close game at the first half will bring a triumph for PAOK in the second. With the officials materializing the home-court advantage at crucial moments during the first half and with everything going right for us, PAOK opens up a big lead in the second half that soon exceeds the 16 point differential. The Italians break down and give up their efforts. PAOK
dominates the game completely and cruises to a huge 96-58 win that brings the team to the semi-finals of the Korac Cup (Prelevic 23, Berry 22, Savic 19).
PAOK – CSP Limoges (67-57, 1992/93 euroleague).
The later European Champions fight hard but PAOK wins 67-57 with a strong effort in the final minutes and despite the absence of Levingston (Prelevic 23). Ivkovic surprised everybody by starting Kouklakis who, nevertheless, was not a big factor in the game.
Olympiakos - PAOK (55-58, 1997/98 league semif, game 3).
Stojakovic three point shot in the last second ! No comment !!
PAOK - Panathinaikos (66-55, 93/94 league semif, game 5).
PAOK and PAO have exchanged wins, all by home teams, and the series is tied 2-2. In the final game PAOK beats PAO 66-55 and advances to the PO final to face OSFP (Prelevic 22).
PAOK - Joventut Badalona (83-81, 1992/93 euroleague).
A silly foul by a Spanish player gives the opportunity to Levingston to make 2 free-throws at the last second of the game and PAOK beats Jovendut Badalona 83-81 (Korfas 21, Prelevic 20, Levingston 20).