Once again the Greek Cup final will see the clash of holder Olympiakos with champion Panathinaikos, after the pair saw off their semifinal opponents at home in emphatic fashion over the weekend.
Panathinaikos thrashed Kavala 90-51 at the Olympic Sports Hall on Friday evening, just two days after the two teams had met again for the League in Athens.
Olympiakos had no problems either against PAOK, whom it beat 87-52 at the Peace and Friendship Stadium on Saturday evening, with all 12 players of Olympiakos getting on to the score sheet.
However, the influential Giorgos Printezis twisted his ankle on the night, which has cast some doubt over his presence in the Euroleague game against CSKA Moscow on Wednesday.
The Greek Cup final will take place on March 10, it was announced on Monday, at the Elliniko court in southern Athens.