Basketball In Europe

First-Time Romanian, Swiss Cup Winners
CS Energia Rovinari and Les Lions de Genève sprung surprises in the national cup finals of Romania and Switzerland, respectively, at the weekend to claim their maiden domestic cup title.
Old Foes To Meet In Eurocup Finals
When Unics Kazan and Valencia were battling it out for first place in Group O of the Eurocup Last 32, little did they imagine that their paths would cross again in the finals of the competition.
Timely Appeal For 'Old-Style' Eurocup
The pair of this year's Eurocup finalists will emerge on Wednesday evening from two clashes which will culminate in the competition's return to a somewhat traditional format.
Dirk To Enter NBA Top-10 Scoring List
On Monday, Dirk Nowitzki added one more individual accolade to his already overflowing list of awards and, later this week, he is poised to further strengthen his status as a basketball legend.
PO Antwerp Sets Another Record
EuroChallenge Last 16 contestants Port of Antwerp Giants have broken another attendance record in the Belgian Ethias League, with 17,000 spectators filling out Antwerp Sportpaleis over the weekend.
Sparta&K Heartache, TSV Wasserburg Joy
Sparta&K M.R. Vidnoje may miss out on EuroLeague Women action next year after suffering a quarter-final exit in the Russian play-offs, whilst TSV 1880 Wasserburg are celebrating German Cup success.
March Is The Month Of European Big Men
Ante Tomic, Nikola Vucevic and Maciej Lampe broke new ground in the last 24 hours, by earning three individual accolades in three different competitions on either side of the Atlantic.
ALBA, Prienai Retain Cup Titles In Style
ALBA Berlin and Tonybet Prienai successfully defended their respecitve domestic cup titles in Germany and Lithuania on Sunday and did so by winning in far more impressive fashion than the first time around.
Roundup: Galatasaray Win RS Title
Galatasaray odeabank added to their Turkish Cup success earlier in the calendar year by beating arch rivals Fenerbahce to the TKBL regular season title over the weekend.
End Of An Era For Turkoglu And Turkey25.03.2014
Roundup: Cups For PEAC-Pecs, Zagreb24.03.2014
Six Euro Nations Set For Global Test15.03.2014
Roundup: Trophies For Wisla And Kosice09.03.2014
Bologna Honours 'Czar' Danilovic03.03.2014
Roundup: Cups for Avenida, USK Prague24.02.2014
Change Of Scenery For De Colo, Vesely21.02.2014
Real Topple Barcelona In Cup Thriller10.02.2014
National Cup Finals Roundup10.02.2014
British Basketball Makes A Stand07.02.2014
British Basketball Left Without Funding04.02.2014
Swiss Prodigy Capela Makes A Splash03.02.2014
Taylor Hopes To Unlock Polish Potential 31.01.2014
Becirovic: EuroBasket Gave Youth Boost 29.01.2014
Vaty Commences Coaching Career 28.01.2014
Historic Madrid Streak Snaps In Moscow24.01.2014
Zitting New Finland Association President22.01.2014
BIH Hand Reins To Ivanovic 22.01.2014
Unlucky Gallinari Faces Another Setback 22.01.2014
2013 European Basketball Moments20.01.2014
Roundup: First Wisla Loss, Nadezhda Fly 20.01.2014
"Wolf Pack" Dominates Finnish Awards15.01.2014
Zdovc Returns To Slovenian National Team 15.01.2014
Les Bleus Win Athlete of the Year Award15.01.2014
Race For Poland Job Warms Up 14.01.2014
Roundup: More Cup Joy For Galatasaray13.01.2014
Player Awards Race Heats Up10.01.2014
Roundup: Boost For Kursk, Turkish Cup09.01.2014
Finland Get A Place To Call Home07.01.2014
Roundup: Kayseri Lose Valuable Ground07.01.2014
Young Men’s Candidates: A. Pasecniks05.01.2014
Women's Candidates: A Torrens02.01.2014
Real Madrid Complete Historical Weekend 30.12.2013
Nomination Is Cherry On Cake For Ayayi27.12.2013
Pavel Petera Passes Away26.12.2013
Serbia Name Djordjevic As NT Coach25.12.2013
Circle Closes As Khryapa Retires From NT 24.12.2013
End Of Line For Inspirational Valdemoro17.12.2013
Petrovic Takes Reins At Lietuvos Rytas 17.12.2013
European Basketball Week Concludes 10.12.2013




Kangur, An Estonian Trailblazer In Milan
On Wednesday night in Milan, Kristjan Kangur will be taking a small step on a basketball court for a man, but an enormous leap for an Estonian player in Euroleague history.
The Heart of Galatasaray
When Ekrem Memnun left Ekaterinburg winless last season with Galatasaray odeabank, he could barely have imagined that a year later he would be forty minutes away from the EuroLeague Women title.
Iniguez Goes Three In A Row
Fenerbahce play-caller Roberto Iniguez has already stamped his mark by clinching a third successive appearance in the EuroLeague Women title game, but is aware nobody is likely to care should he fail to win.
Papanikolaou Navigates In Big Ports04.04.2014
The Metamorphosis, By Tomas Satoransky21.03.2014
Jon Stefansson, Ambassador And Fighter07.03.2014