The Endesa League will be decided in a final phase with 12 teams
Competition will begin again once the relevant authorities give the green light
The Endesa League clubs have met remotely this Monday, and have agreed to end the regular season due to force majeure.The 2019/20 title will be decided in a final phase that will be played by the top 12 finishers and will be held in a unique venue that has yet to be designated.
Depending on the measures agreed by the authorities, May 31 has been established as the final date to decide the final phase.
If the competition can be resumed there will be a minimum of three weeks of preparation, with July 10 being set as the deadline to end the competition.
Two groups of 6 teams
The final phase of 12 teams will be divided into two groups of six teams - there would be a total of five matches - and the first two from each group would play the semifinals - a single match.The two winners would play the final, which would also be one match.
Svetislav Pesic's Barça will play in group A together with Iberostar Tenerife, RETAbet Bilbao, Kirolbet Baskonia, Unicaja and Joventut de Badalona.The other group consists of Real Madrid, Casademont Zaragoza, Morabanc Andorra, Valencia Basket, San Pablo Burgos and Herbalife Gran Canaria.