|3 august||Real Madrid helping to change lives through basketball|
The power of Euroleague Basketball’s One Team programme has been demonstrated by the example of Jose, a teenager who has been participating with Real Madrid’s activities.
|3 august||Blatt: “My dream is to return one day in the NBA”|
David Blatt visited the “Expo-basket” festival in Moscow and he remembered the old times with the Russian national team while speaking about his future which after all may include the NBA.
|3 august||Pateev stays with Khimki until 2019|
Russian center Ruslan Pateev signed a new two-year dealwith Khimki Moscow, as the club officially announced.
|2 august||Khimki re-signs center Pateev for two more years|
Khimki Moscow Region re-signed center Ruslan Pateev for another two seasons, the club announced on Wednesday.
|2 august||Three-time champ Fotsis retires from professional hoops|
Greek basketball great and three-time EuroLeague champion Antonis Fotsis announced on Wednesday that he is retiring from professional basketball.
|2 august||Crvena Zvezda signs Feldeine|
Crvena Zvezda mts Belgrade signed a two-year deal with shooting guard James Feldeine, who has spent the past two seasons with Panathinaikos Superfoods Athens.
|2 august||Partizan inks rookie point guard Baker|
Partizan NIS Belgrade announced on Tuesday a deal that makes playmaker Ian Baker club’s newest member.
|2 august||Cedevita Zagreb signs veteran center Stipanovic|
Cedevita Zagreb bolstered its frontcourt with the signing of center Andrija Stipanovic, who is a veteran of two EuroCup seasons.
|2 august||Buducnost brings in veteran center Landry|
The perennial Montenegrin champion Buducnost VOLI Podgorica got much needed veteran presence in the paint with the addition of big man Kyle Landry, club announced on Tuesday.
|2 august||2017-18 Team Profile: Khimki Moscow Region|
Khimki proved its worth all season long behind 7DAYS EuroCup MVP Alexey Shved, even though a promising season finished without any trophies.