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Emmet Ryan joined the Phil Naessens show once again this week to discuss the latest happenings in European basketball. With Euroleague on an off week for the national cups, Emmet and Phil took stock of what we have seen so far breaking down two of the most interesting teams in European basketball. First up was […]
With Triple D hitting the 1,000 assist mark in Euroleague, Emmet Ryan looks at the man who defines everything about Panathinaikos. Numbers help. When gauging Dimitris Diamandtidis’ place in history, it’s the best thing to rely on when trying to find where to place him. It’s hard to think of a Euro of his generation […]
Round 1 of the Top 16 was a little crowded, we’ll get to that, but by and large it was awfully relaxing basketball. We open with the game that closed the openung round if action. Vassilis Spanoulis went nuts in the SEF as he ripped Zedijko Obradovic a new one on the coach’s first trip […]
The slate is clean for the Top 16. Today and tomorrow we’ll break down what we know about each team in the second phase, what we want to know, and what we think we still won’t know sfter 14 rounds of action. We start with the eight participants. Fenerbahce Ulker What we know: This is […]
Podcast: Examining Euroleague week one, predicting week two, speaking with Kenan Sipahi, boxing with robots
Episode #58 (alternatively “Volume II, Episode 6”) of the BallinEurope/heinnews co-produced “Taking the Charge” podcast series is now available online or via iTunes. So you may have heard about the wacky Euroleague thing starting last week and tipping off another slate tonight. David Hein and BallinEurope’s Os Davis weigh in on the week one results, […]
Group A saw wins for the three favourites on Thursday night but in rather different styles. Barcelona’s woes from the free throw line saw them make hard work of Partizan, Fenerbahce won a a shootout with Budivelnik Kiew, while CSKA Moscow had to dig deep for a road win at Nanterre. A dominant fourth quarter […]
Episode #44 of the BallinEurope/heinnews co-produced “Taking the Charge” podcast series is now available online or via iTunes. This week’s podcast pays homage to the axiom that, when in doubt about what to talk about in European basketball, simply go to Lithuania. And who better to discuss Team Lithuania’s chances in Eurobasket 2013, Linas Kleiza’s […]
Has it really been almost two months since the Euroleague Final Four? And when did the seasons in Spain, Greece, Italy and the NBA finish up? Time gets exceedingly relative and outright bendy once offseason transactioneering begins as memories of the previous year are quickly disposed for a look to the next and the money […]
The Red Army is coming to the US as part of the always fun and interesting Euroleague American Tour 2013: Euroleague and NBA officials today announced that in October, CSKA Moscow’ll be taking on a couple of teams with nice Continental/ international ties in the Minnesota Timberwolves and San Antonio Spurs. No word yet on […]
It’s good news for international hoops fans into the NBA in a pair of stories via Spain-based Marca today. Earlier this morning, the outlet reported that Mikhail Prokhorov and his Brooklyn Nets will buy out Bojan Bogdanovic’s contract with Fenerbahce Ulker for some $570,000. Bogdanovic was originally drafted by the Miami Heat at no. 31 […]
Yesterday, Sannti (a.k.a. Savas Birdal) basically won Twitter and the entire internet yesterday by posting the one Euroleague bracket guaranteed to be 100% correct – not to mention encapsulating in a single image at least one team’s entire 2012-13 season. Click here to experience the genius.
Right, then. Start calling up that calendar for October because the NBA has announced that two teams from the big league will be coming to Europe (presumably as part of the 2014 NBA Europe Live tour), with another six heading to other continents. From the NBA and Associated Press, the schedule looks like the following.