Serbian Superleague 4
Not only is Belgrade basketball factory working in three shifts with many overtime hours, but its main export (i.e. promising centers) is overachieving expectations. Just after Miroslav Raduljica was transferred to Efes Pilsen, another gifted center has left FMP Zeleznik, an average team with great basketball academy located in the suburbs of the Serbia capital. […]
Montepaschi Siena announced the signing of Bo McCalebb, Partizan Belgrade’s starting point guard for their run to the Euroleague Final Four, Adriatic League title and Serbian Superleague championship, on Sunday. Quite a signing for MPS, then, who lost their long-time point guard Terrell McIntyre to Unicaja Malaga in this offseason. Official Euroleague writeup follows the […]
As BallinEurope closes the book on the 2009-10 basketball season, it’s time to take stock of the year that was with the clarity of history. Without further ado, let’s retrospect on the top 10 Eurocentric basketball stories of the season.
Typically, BallinEurope would lead such an entry with “Congratulations go out to…” For reasons that will soon become apparent, however, BiE the morning will simply acknowledge the awarding of the Serbian Superleague championship title to Partizan Belgrade. For just when you thought the ending to the Greek League championship was shocking and disappointing, the Serbian […]