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Basketball in Thessaloniki

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Hey guys,

I just arrived in Thessaloniki and I am looking for a place where I could play basketball, either pick up or full on games if I can.

I am staying here until Sunday, so that leaves me Thursday, Friday, and Saturday to play.

I went to a court on the corner of Leoforos Vasileos Georgiou and Edison. It looked like an elementary school. I walked in to take some pictures and a lady screemed at me to get out. I guess I am not aloud there.

I am staying in the Rotonto area so any court within 25-30min walking distance would be great. I don't have a basketball so it would be best if I can just show up where people often plays. Can I just do that here?

I am not against buying my own ball somewhere either. There seems to be a very popular basketball culture in Greece. I would love to play here.

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