Press June 2017

20 juneOlympiacos lands playmaker Strelnieks

Olympiacos Piraeus improved its backcourt by inking point guard Janis Strelnieks to a two-year deal on Tuesday. Strelnieks (1.91 meters, 27 years old) arrives from Brose Bamberg, where he played for the last three seasons.

20 juneCSKA adds scoring ace Clyburn

One of the best newcomers to the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague last season has switched to a perennial Final Four participant as CSKA Moscow on Tuesday announced the arrival of forward Will Clyburn as the first new player on its roster.

20 juneValencia, coach Martinez part ways

Valencia Basket announced that head coach Pedro Martinez will not coach the team next season.

20 juneWill Clyburn moved to CSKA

Forward Will Clyburn (27 y.o., 201 cm) joined our team upon signing 2-year contract.

20 juneValencia Basket and Pedro Martínez close their 2-year chapter

Valencia Basket and coach Pedro Martínez have decided to end the cycle that has kept them together for the last two years.

19 juneAndrey Vorontsevich aims at the record!

One of our team veterans Andrey Vorontsevich (29 y.o., 207 cm) signed new 3-year contract.

17 juneBaskonia names Prigioni new head coach

Baskonia Vitoria Gasteiz has turned to one of the great players in club history to guide the team as head coach with the hiring of Pablo Prigioni on Friday. The sides agreed to a two-year contract.

17 juneOlympiacos, Mantzaris pen three-year deal

Turkish Airlines EuroLeague runner-up Olympiacos Piraeus kept one of it core pieces by re-signing point guard Vangelis Mantzaris to a three-year deal, the club announced Friday.

16 juneBarcelona hands reins to Alonso

FC Barcelona Lassa found a new head coach in Sito Alonso, who inked a two-year deal with the Spanish powerhouse on Friday. Barcelona keeps an option to extend the deal until the end of the 2018-19 season.

16 juneZalgiris re-signs coach Jasikevicius

Zalgiris Kaunas and head coach Sarunas Jasikevicius reached an agreement to keep working together for the next two seasons, the club announced Friday. Jasikevicius, age 41, led Zalgiris to win back-to-back Lithuanian League titles in his two seasons as head coach.