The Real Madrid sold his skin very expensive but was finally eliminated from the Euroleague this Tuesday when he fell in the fifth and final game of his playoff against him Anadolu efes Turkish (88-83). The absence of the white team from the Final Four leaves success in the Endesa League as the only great objective of the season.
And it is that if Real Madrid does not win the domestic competition, it will live the first season without winning one of the three great titles (Endesa League, Copa del Rey and Euroleague) from the arrival on the bench of Pablo Laso on 2011.
With the Basque coach at the helm, Real Madrid has the following trajectory:
2020 King’s Cup
2019 Endesa League
2018 Liga Endesay Euroleague
2017 King’s Cup
2016 Endesa League and Copa del Rey
2015 Endesa League, King’s Cup and Euroleague
2014 King’s Cup
2013 Endesa League
2012 King’s Cup
In that distant 2010-2011 season, Real Madrid was a semifinalist in the Endesa League, a finalist in the Copa del Rey and fourth in the Euroleague. The team started out being led by Ettore Messina but the Catania coach resigned in March 2011 and was replaced until the end of the season by his assistant, Lele molin.