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The Euroleague competition system for next season is still unknown officially. Multiple discussions have been held during recent weeks but no decision has been taken. Several opinions are still around and the news comes for the moment essentially from leagues, clubs or other groups, while the Euroleague has fallen into apathy since the Final Four […]
J.R. from the United States sent us a nice trailer for the upcoming Euroleague Basketball documentary that will be broadcast in the United States later this year on ABC. The teaser is all about the Euroleague Final Four in Berlin, including lots of game action and interesting interviews. It looks like this will be a […]
During the post-game press conference of the Euroleague Final, Zeljko Obradovic talked about “strange things” that happened in the second half. However, he explained that he wants to see the game again before he makes any additional comment. Making such allusions, of course, gives journalists enough potential to speculate about what Obradovic meant.
After several hours of driving, I have finally arrived back home from Berlin, and I’ve had enough time to think and remember the impressions of the 2009 edition of the Euroleague Final Four. So the typical Monday cigarettes will be jumped over and be replaced by my own personal memories of the weekend.
The Final of the Euroleague between Panathinaikos Athens and CSKA Moscow will be played tonight in the O2 World Arena in Berlin. The game will start at 20h00 CET and BallinEurope.com will cover it with a LIVE Blog. You can watch the game on Eurosport Germany, which is available for free on Astra.
Before the Euroleague Final between Panathinaikos Athens and CSKA Moscow even starts tonight at 8pm CET, BallinEurope.com got the exclusive information that CSKA Moscow will win the 2009 edition of the Final Four. During our exclusive investigations in the O2 World arena this afternoon, we received proof that Euroleague officials already know who will win […]
The Serbian basketball school is still dominating European Youth basketball. The team of FMP Belgrade won the Nike International Junior Tournament, this year in its seventh edition, by beating the Lithuanian team of Lietuvos Rytas in the finals.
Saturday evening, May 2nd: It’s halftime at the Final Four. So what is my impression so far from the riots, games, fans, and of course the city? Riots: I have not seen on single stone thrown, or even a person interested in starting a riot. If you have read our blog, this was a concern […]
Ramunas Sikaukas who was the man of the first semi-final spoke to us just after his incredible performance today against FC Barcelona.
As regular season preview writer Akilas is not available these days because of business issues, we asked David Hein to give us his opinion about Olympiacos’ chances during the Final Four in Berlin. Read on for the interesting piece that David prepared for you.
Today, we give this platform to our Greek friends, Drazen and Scire from the Double Team Blog, to discuss Panathinaikos Athens.