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Yes, yes, it’s waaaaaaaaaay too early to be making serious predictions about specific games in the 2009-10 Euroleague regular season, but a leisurely look at the newly-released schedule reveals some clear highlights that’ll have Euroleague fanatics marking their calendars early. BallinEurope will be watching the following, for sure.
Not only was yesterday’s Euroleague group draw an official tipoff of sorts to actual play in the 2009-10 Euroleague season, it also marked the first opportunity of the year for league chiefs to publicly swell with pride at their teams, show off (mostly) gaudy neckties, talk some diplomatically-worded trash, and provide good quotes for blogs […]
The Euroleague 2009-10 season has begun! This morning, the Euroleague announced the groupings for the ten-game competition this autumn. Naturally, the pools are totally enticing and some great fodder for watercooler discussions for months. (Heck, they’ll have to be.) The groups look like this:
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.
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 […]
Police in Berlin are planning for the worst and expect militant fans from Greece and Russia to possibly cause rioting in the German capital at the Euroleague Final Four from May 1-3. May 1 is Labour Day in Germany, and riots traditionally break out in a number of cities throughout the country – including Berlin […]
The Euroleague playoffs began this Tuesday and despite having practice during the evening, I tried to blog my playoff night as it happened. So the evening started in Moscow, of course, with the playoff opener in a tournament that is finally played in best-of-five mode.
We have waited a long time to give out this prize. So if you live close or even in one of the following cities, you might want to participate in this little draw. For those that remember this competition from last year, all you need to do at the game is send us some pictures […]
Today, BallinEurope will be live in Berlin at the O2 World for a Live Blog of the Euroleague game between ALBA Berlin and TAU Ceramica. We will also check out the Arena where the Euroleague Final Four will be played in May and give you information about where to stay and what to do when […]
Hello everybody, once again this is Javier Gancedo, as always from Euroleague.net. What a Euroleague week it was, friends! First-time winners Union Olimpija and AJ Milano, the best Real Madrid show of the season, an impossible end to that Partizan-CSKA showdown, TWO overtime thrillers in Zagreb and Le Mans and above all, an instant classic […]
So today I’ll start a first analysis of the different Euroleague groups, though this won’t be the classical analysis as you’ll see. Let’s start with Group C, which I call the Heavy Metal Division. It was quite easy to make this choice, if you have a team from a city named after an avant-garde band, […]
After Carlos Delfino signed a nice contract with Eurocup team BC Khimki, it looks like the Khimki managers wanted more from the Raptors than “just” Delfino. A few hours ago, the club and the Eurocup website announced that Jorge Garbajosa has signed a two-year contract with Russian club BC Khimki. It also looks like another […]