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| 04 Apr 20 ||Larisa BC  || - || Panionios BC|
| 11 Apr 20 ||AEK BC  || - || Larisa BC|
| 15 Apr 20 ||Larisa BC  || - || Lavrio BC|
| 28 Mar 20 ||Rethymno Cretan || || - || ||Larisa BC|
| 21 Mar 20 ||Larisa BC || || - || ||Peristeri BC|
| 14 Mar 20 ||Ifaistos Limnou || || - || ||Larisa BC|
| 07 Mar 20 ||Larisa BC || ||95 - 90 || ||Kolossos BC|
| 29 Feb 20 ||Panathinaikos BC || ||121 - 78 || ||Larisa BC|
Promitheas Patras B.C. (Greek: Προμηθέας Πατρών K.A.E.) is a Greek professional basketball club that is based in Patras, Greece. It is a part of the Greek multi-sports club A.S. Promitheas Patras. The club's full name can be rendered as either A.S.P. Promitheas B.C. or A.S. Promitheas Patras B.C. With the acronym "A.S." standing for Athlitikos Syllogos (Greek: Αθλητικός Σύλλογος).Team Members
The club is named after Prometheus, one of the most well-knows Greek mythological Titans, and the flame representing the fire knowledge he gave to people is the club's emblem (logo). The club is owned by Vangelis Liolios, who is also the owner of the Greek coffee company, Coffee Island, and managed by coach Makis Giatras.
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Larissa Neapolis Indoor Arena is an indoor sporting arena that is located in the city of Larissa, Greece, in the district of Neapolis. The arena is used to host basketball and volleyball games. The arena is a part of the Larissa National Sports Center complex.
The permanent seating capacity of the arena for basketball games is 4,000, using only the permanent upper-tier seats, and 5,500 using the retractable lower-tier bleachers. The seating capacity of the arena for volleyball games is 4,000, using only the permanent upper-tier seats, and 6,500 using the retractable lower-tier bleachers.
The arena was opened in 1995. Over the years, it has been used at various times, as the home arena of the local basketball teams Gymnastikos S. Larissas, AEL 1964, G.S. Olympia Larissa and Larissa, which all competed in the top-tier level Greek Basket League. It has also been used as the home arena of the women's volleyball team Filathlitikos Larissaikos.
The arena was renovated in 2017. Fanart