And Buducnost is the new champion. 54-54 by points scored while away.
So I had several feelings about the semifinals, but then I didn't write them down and promptly forgot. In any case, all the expected teams won, and it wasn't really close. Home court advantage made all the difference for the Hungarians.
As for the final... well (loud American alert), this is why the majority of sports don't play two-legged ties. "Points scored while away" doesn't seem like much of a metric for deciding the champion. Best-of-N seems so much more satisfying, and it's not like they couldn't sell the tickets. Plus, it seems to screw with the psychology of the players; Györi let a 5 goal lead slip to two in the first leg, which didn't seem like a big deal at the time but in retrospect made all the difference. Still, that's handball for you.
As for the final game itself, basically: