Basketball In Europe

Spain Mourns Loss Of Coach Abós
The Spanish basketball world was immersed in deep mourning on Monday night, when CAI Zaragoza announced the passing away of the universally-loved José Luis Abós, at the age of 53.
Roundup: No Upsets On Opening Days
The action got underway in the Russian, French and Hungarian leagues over the weekend with most of the big-hitters managing to avoid a nasty opening day surprise.
Euroleague Of European Stars - Part II
The Turkish Airlines Euroleague 2014/15 season tips off this week and provides a plethora of top European players with the ideal stage to showcase their talents and impress fans and national team coaches.
Euroleague Of European Stars - Part I
The Turkish Airlines Euroleague 2014/15 season tips off this week and provides a plethora of top European players with the ideal stage to showcase their talents and impress fans and national team coaches.
Roundup: Avenida Go Five In A Row
Perfumerias Avenida stormed past Rivas Ecopolis 87-52 as they claimed a fifth successive Spanish Super Cup success.
Gallinari Makes Long-Awaited Return
Italian superstar Danilo Gallinari finally saw action on a basketball court at the weekend, a full year-and-a-half after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee.
Maljkovic Proud Of Serbian Rise
Serbia head coach Marina Maljkovic is adamant that her team's low-profile finish to the FIBA World Championship for Women last weekend shouldn't detract from a rapid rise to prominence.
Ambassadors Promote EuroBasket Women
FIBA Europe's women's basketball ambassadors were busy promoting EuroBasket Women 2015 over the weekend at the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women in Istanbul.
Torrens Delighted Despite Final Loss
A proud Alba Torrens was far from downbeat after Spain failed to spring a surprise in their first ever FIBA World Championship for Women Final after going down 77-64 to holders USA.
Lyttle, Torrens In All-Star Five05.10.2014
Spain Surge To Historic Final Spot05.10.2014
Spain And Turkey Still In Medal Hunt04.10.2014
Day Four Review02.10.2014
Day Three Review01.10.2014
Day Two Review29.09.2014
Day One Review27.09.2014
Euro Guns Ready To Fire On World Stage26.09.2014
Slovenian Double Dragon In Phoenix26.09.2014
Sigh Of Relief For Kulichova And Czechs25.09.2014
Mandic Flies Flag For Rising Stars25.09.2014
Zalgiris To Retire Sabonis Jersey24.09.2014
At 36, Dirk Looks To Speed Things Up24.09.2014
Alben Bounces Back In Style24.09.2014
Montenegro Coaches Step Down23.09.2014
Gruda shows class as France shock USA22.09.2014
Ryzhenkov Elected BBF President19.09.2014
Swedes Take A Leaf From Finnish Book19.09.2014
Problems In The Paint Worry Belarus19.09.2014
Turkey Take A Look In Both Directions18.09.2014
Orenga Steps Down As Spain Head Coach17.09.2014
France Pays Tribute To Bronze Medallists16.09.2014
Heroes' Welcome For Serbia In Belgrade16.09.2014
Torrens Relishing Her Turkish Return16.09.2014
Final Rekindles Europe-USA Gap Debate15.09.2014
Serbia No Match For USA14.09.2014
Milos, Maestro, MVP Candidate14.09.2014
Madrid Is A Long Way From Indianapolis14.09.2014
Historic France Stay Hungry14.09.2014
France Make Historic Trip To Podium13.09.2014
Lithuania, France Take Aim At Podium13.09.2014
Serbia Survive Batum Show13.09.2014
Federations' Roundup12.09.2014
Bogdanovic And The 'Yugoslav' Mentality12.09.2014
Lithuania Picked Apart By USA11.09.2014
French Youngsters Deliver The Goods11.09.2014
Spain Come To Terms With End Of A Dream11.09.2014
Nothing To Lose For Lithuania11.09.2014
France Shock Spain11.09.2014
Serbia Blast Past Brazil10.09.2014




Lekavicius Takes Kaunas By Surprise
Even the most imaginative Zalgiris fan could not have predicted that a point guard who is not named Saras and is not a recently-retired legend pacing the sidelines, would steal the limelight early into the new season.
Kovacevic Helping And Learning
Refusing to allow a life-changing event to dampen her infectious approach to life, Natasa Kovacevic continues to take on every challenge as a mere obstacle to be cleared.
Graduate Hernangomez Ready To Deliver
Few names have been pronounced as frequently and with as much hope and expectation at the start of the new Spanish Liga Endesa season as that of the young center Guillermo (Willy) Hernangomez.
A Sort Of Homecoming For Vasileiadis02.10.2014
World Cup A Turning Point For Heurtel01.10.2014
New Wave Of Russian Talent Impresses07.08.2014

Around Europe

Ryzhenkov Elected BBF President19.09.2014
Federations' Roundup12.09.2014