Entente Orleanaise Loiret 9
The numbers are in and if one thing can be said about Euroleague 2009-10 this early on, it’s that this association is hardly free of the specter of economic woes. After Partizan and Alba Berlin set attendance records in 2008-09, this season has heretofore seen a most remarkable downturn in paying fandom with Lottomatica Roma […]
The week in Euroleague action is a bit top-heavy this week both figuratively and literally: Eight of the 12 games scheduled will be going down on Wednesday night, and most of these figure to be blowouts of the highest order. The bookmakers over at Euroleague/Ball in Europe sponsor Sporting Bet have double-digit pointspreads set for […]
Whoa, there’s a nice slate of games scheduled in the big league tonight, including a true piece de resistance in the Real Madrid-Panthinaikos matchup, the first true clash of Euroleague basketball titans in the 2009-10 season thus far. The pointspreads and over/under lines for the half-dozen matches tipping off tonight, as provided by Euroleague/Ball in […]
Euroleague tips off tonight and with it come thousands of predictions and opinions on the outcomes of this evening’s six matches. To better gauge expectations, what better to consult than a bookie? After all, as I always say, these are the guys who stand to lose the most by choosing poorly. Handicaps and over/unders, courtesy […]
The Euroleague 2009-10 regular season hasn’t even begun yet and Entente Orleanaise is just one game – even a respectable loss – away from becoming the first headline story of the basketball year. Heck, the team’s advancement past Spirou Basket was newsworthy in and of itself but the nine-point victory over big-named Benetton Treviso on […]
Round two of the Euroleague qualifying round tips off tonight, meaning that – oh boy – the Euroleague regular season is nigh upon us. This evening, it’ll be Maroussi BC hosting Alba Berlin and Benetton Basket at home against Entente Orleanise in Treviso. Previews follow.
Euroleague may not have officially started, but Tuesday night’s games sure felt like top-level Continental basketball. After a heckuva lot of edge-of-your-seat action in the first games of the Euroleague Qualifying Round, game twos start tonight at 6pm CET. A brief look at each matchup follows, along with the return of the ever-popular BallinEurope fearless […]
Even though the official website proclaims the Euroleague season tipoff to start in 16 days, 8 hours, 53 minutes and some seconds, Ball in Europe considers the real beginning to 2009-10 Euroleague action to be going tonight with the four qualifying round games going on. The slate of games and team rosters are as follows.
To torment and tease those of us – and by “those of us” here, i mean “every Euroball fan” – who can’t wait for the Euroleague, Eurocup, and FIBA EuroChallenge championship draws set for Wednesday at 1pm CET, FIBA Europe and Euroleague yesterday released the names of the participating clubs in the three competitions.