|30 april||One Team participants get Eurocup Finals experience|
Participants from the One Team Khimki Moscow Region programme earned a special Eurocup Finals experience moments before tip-off of Game 2.
|30 april||Eurocup Finals 2015, Game 2, Khimki Moscow Region celebrations|
Eurocup Finals 2015, Game 2, Khimki Moscow Region celebrations
|30 april||Rice caps standout season as Eurocup Finals MVP|
Tyrese Rice accomplished every goal he set for Khimki Moscow Region this season and then some. After leading Khimki to the 2014-15 Eurocup title with a sweep of the two-game finals series, Rice was voted 2015 Eurocup Finals MVP.
|28 april||Brad Newley: Staying positive|
After a disappointing loss in Game 1 of the Eurocup Final, Gran Canaria swingman and blogger Brad Newley explains why it’s so important to stay positive as they travel to Russia for Game 2 and to finish the season with the team’s heads held high.
|26 april||Culpepper scores 26, Khimki wins|
Khimki Moscow Region defeated Krasny Oktyabr Volgograd at home, 86-80. After a competitive, hard-fought game, the outcome was decided in the final minutes. Despite Randy Culpepper's inspired performance, Khimki ultimately earned a victory.
|24 april||Khimki routs Gran Canaria to close in on title|
Khimki Moscow Region is just one step away from its second Eurocup title after drubbing Herbalife Gran Canaria Las Palmas 66-91 in Game 1 of the Eurocup Finals on Friday at Gran Canaria Arena.
|21 april||Marko Popovic: All that counts is the trophy|
2011 Eurocup champion and Eurocup Final MVP Marko Popovic is back from injury and eager to contribute in Eurocup Finals and to fight for a ticket to the Euroleague, which he writes about in his new Eurocup blog.
|20 april||Star Turn: James Augustine, Khimki Moscow Region|
One of Eurocup's best and most productive rebounders over the past decade, lefty power forward James Augustine of Khimki Moscow Region, steps up to one of the biggest challenges of his career to face his former team in the Eurocup Finals.
|19 april||Big interview: Rimas Kurtinaitis, Khimki Moscow Region|
It is safe to say that Khimki Moscow Region head coach Rimas Kurtinaitis is the most successful coach in Eurocup history. He is one of two coaches — Evgeny Pashutin being the other — to have won the Eurocup twice. In his three Eurocup seasons with Khimki, Kurtinaitis has led his teams to a 48-8 record — or winning 85.7% of its games.
|17 april||Interview: Aito Garcia Reneses, Herbalife Gran Canaria Las Palmas|
Aito Garcia Reneses is one of those coaches in Europe that need no introduction. He had a career as a player and then moved on to the sidelines, stepping up to the frontline when he coach FC Barcelona in the eighties and the nineties.