|17 august||Khimki gets ready to begin preparation|
The first players of Khimki arrived in Moscow to start practicing, along with coach Bartzokas.
|17 august||Baskonia boosts backcourt with Granger|
Baskonia Vitoria Gasteiz found a new man to handle the team's point guard duties when it announced on Wednesday that experienced playmaker Jayson Granger has been signed to a three-year deal.
|15 august||Maccabi signs former NBA champ Cole|
Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv continued fortifying its roster by putting two-time NBA champion Norris Cole in the backcourt for next season, the club announced Tuesday.
|14 august||Not making USA team gives Mannion shot at U17 Basketball World Cup with Italy|
Nico Mannion started the late spring hoping to make it to the FIBA U17 Basketball World Cup 2018. After the disappointment of not making the United States U16 team, Mannion is now getting his chance with Italy at the FIBA U16 European Championship 2017.
|14 august||Alan Makiev joined CSKA|
Center Alan Makiev (26 y.o., 210 cm) signed 1-year contract with our club.
|14 august||Limoges adds vet forward Carter|
Limoges CSP announced this weekend the addition of forward Josh Carter for the upcoming season.
|14 august||Panathinaikos lands small forward Lojeski from Olympiacos|
One of the most reliable perimeter players in Turkish Airlines EuroLeague's recent history switched Greek powerhouses on Saturday, when Panathinaikos Superfoods Athens announced the arrival of small forward Matt Lojeski, who penned a one-year deal with his new club.
|12 august||Lietuvos Rytas adds Carter to frontcourt|
Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius added another piece to its new-look frontcourt with the signing of Robert Carter Jr.
|11 august||Trento completes roster with Dutch international Franke|
Dolomiti Energia Trento completed its roster for the 2017-18 season by signing Yannick Franke to a two-year contract.
|11 august||Partizan inks Aussie talent Wilson to three-year deal|
Partizan NIS Belgrade signed promising Australian guard Tom Wilson to a three-year deal, the club announced on Thursday.