Khimki Moscow Region 5
Having gone through all 61 game days of the Euroleague season yesterday, Emmet Ryan is back to pick BiE’s 10 games of the week in the 2016/17 season of the new look Eurocup There’s a lot to digest with the new format for Eurocup but, essentially, it matches what Euroleague was like as recently as […]
The Wingate Sports Institute of Netanya has joined the impressive-looking U18 bracket of the Rinus de Jong Invitational to be played in Den Bosch in late December. The Israeli side entered the tournament after the withdrawal of the Khimki Moscow Region team “without mentioning a valid reason,” according to organizers. The U18 portion of the […]
Congratulations from BallinEurope to Asseco Prokom Gdynia and its CEO Przemyslaw Seczkowski, who deservedly took the 2010 Euroleague Club Executive of the Year after what the EL is justifiably calling “The most successful season ever by a Polish team in European basketball history.” Official Euroleague press release follows the break.
In response to a “last straw,” i.e. the Russian Basketball Federation reformatting its season-ending tournament, 10 clubs in the country have announced their withdrawal from the competition and plans to make up a new Russian league. The list includes essentially all the top names in Russian professional basketball and clubs who play Euroleague, EuroCup and […]
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 […]