O2 World 8
The plot thickens … as marvelous underdog Maroussi continues its dark-horse run into the Euroleague’s field of 24, the pressure would all appear to be on Alba Berlin, last year’s sensation. A nice microcosm of two differing basketball programs is provided by the game as well, although Bundesliga’s propensity for welcoming non-German players is well-known. […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
It’s Final Four time, and here we go for the BallinEurope LIVE Blog from the O2 World in Berlin. We will cover both semi-finals. Feel free to join and discuss the game with us. The game is available LIVE on Eurosport Germany and all the stats can be found on www.euroleague.net
When I read the news here, I had to check today’s date. OK … this isn’t an April Fool’s joke or bad journalism – this looks like legit news. During a secret meeting between two American investors, Henry Feinberg (shareholder of Technology Crossover Ventures) and partner Steven M. Julius (president of Workplace Solutions), it was […]
I just got back from Berlin where the o2 World hosted the Washington Wizards and the New Orleans Hornets. Germany has always been a country where the NBA is much more known than the Euroleague – maybe one reason why the NBA chose Germany – besides their deal with AEG, which built the arena in […]