Abbreviation: VNZ
Country: Italy
Domestic League: Italy - Liga A
W-L: 6-3
12/09/2017 66 - 68 vs Reggio Emilia Reggio Emilia
12/06/2017 80 - 81 at Estudiantes Estudiantes
12/02/2017 77 - 87 at Avellino Avellino
11/19/2017 84 - 80 vs Pistoia Pistoia

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