• EuroLeague games will be seen in North America via DraftKings App
  • Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Round 5 MVP: Nando De Colo, CSKA Moscow
  • Turkish Airlines EuroLeague MVP for October: Luka Doncic, Real Madrid
  • Round 4 MVP: Luka Doncic, Real Madrid
  • Baskonia brings in Martinez as new coach

Round 1 MVP: Pierre Jackson, Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv

Many stars shined brightly as the long-awaited start of the 2017-18 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Regular Season unfolded this week, but none did so more than Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv guard Pierre Jackson, who delivered a memorable opening night performance and earned his first MVP of the Round honor. In only his seventh EuroLeague appearance, and first since 2014, Jackson was nothing short of spectacular, flirting with a rare triple-double and…


VODAVODA water becomes EuroLeague Basketball licensing partner

Euroleague Basketball and VODAVODA have teamed up on an agreement that makes the artesian bottled water company an Official Licensing Partner of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague and the 7DAYS EuroCup for the next three years. VODAVODA was founded and is headquartered in Serbia, whose capital city Belgrade will host the 2018 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Final Four in May. As part of the licensing agreement, VODAVODA will produce a line of…


Euroleague Basketball launches unique club business services department

Euroleague Basketball has announced the launch of a new initiative to work with clubs across all commercial areas to maximize revenues and create long-term business sustainability. The newly formed Euroleague BOCS (Business Operations & Club Services) will work to help Turkish Airlines EuroLeague clubs grow their off-court operations by becoming a hub of best global business practices and club business metrics. The initiative will also provide tailor-made advice and consultation to each EuroLeague club on a wide variety…


Euroleague Basketball statement on FIBA proposal regarding ‘FIBA windows’

Euroleague Basketball acknowledges that it has received a proposal from FIBA regarding the so-called “FIBA windows” and their interference with the clubs’ domestic and international calendars. EB and its clubs appreciate that, for the first time – and despite the counter-proposals that Euroleague Basketball has presented over the years, starting in 2012 – FIBA has made a proposal. Despite the fact that those previous EB counter-proposals were never considered or directly dismissed by FIBA, this…


Get ready to rock the 2017-18 7DAYS EuroCup!

The clock is ticking towards the blastoff of a new and exciting 7DAYS EuroCup season as all across the breadth of the continent, from central Russia to the Canary Islands, teams are culminating their preparations to compete for international prestige starting in the second week of October. A total of 24 teams from 12 countries make up the 2017-18 7DAYS EuroCup, whose challenging format will march the survivors through two…


Euroleague Basketball presents a basketball calendar proposal to FIBA and other stakeholders

• Calendar proposal guarantees that players will be present in all International competitions. • Calendar proposal defends national teams playing on their home soil. • Calendar proposal respects the traditional clubs season calendar Euroleague Basketball presented a basketball calendar proposal to its stakeholders – clubs, domestic leagues, coaches, players, officials – and to FIBA on September 21, 2017, with the aim of finding a solution to the current ‘FIBA 2017 calendar’ and the interference of the…

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