The AP reports: After overcoming an 18-point deficit in Friday’s semifinal, Maccabi Tel Aviv doesn’t see anything stopping it from getting revenge on CSKA Moscow in the Euroleague basketball final. The two teams both enter Sunday’s game seeking a sixth title — putting it second only to Real Madrid’s eight — but the Israeli club is also trying to make up for a thrilling 73-69 loss to CSKA two years ago that gave the Russian club its first crown in 35 years. Maccabi captain Derrick Sharp said Friday’s 92-85 comeback win over Montepaschi Siena — after trailing 36-18 in the first half — has made the team confident it will lift its third trophy since 2004… CSKA held off Spanish club Tau Ceramica 83-79 Friday and knows a stronger effort will be needed against its Israeli opponent.