Press September 2017

12 septemberSergey Bazarevich, the “Greek”

The Russian head coach will face Greece in the quarter-finals of the EuroBasket and for one season he played in PAOK as a Greek (!) with a passport that was eventually revoked.

12 septemberDoncic: “I need to work hard and prove that I can be No.1 pick”

Luke Doncic spoke before the quarterfinals match up against Latvia not only about the game but also about his NBA future.

11 septemberDusan Ivkovic to be honored as Euroleague Basketball Legend

Euroleague Basketball is proud to announce that Dusan Ivkovic, as he ends a remarkable career that has seen him walk the sidelines in five different decades, will be honored on Wednesday, Sept. 20, in Greece as the first head coach to be chosen for the distinction of Euroleague Basketball Legend.

11 septemberThe Dragon isn't done breathing fire...just yet

In the crucial game against France to decide Group A's top position, a sizzling Goran Dragic nailed a step back three, turned to the dejected French fans and cheekily did the "cooking" gesture made famous by NBA superstar James Harden.

11 septemberMagician Shved takes out Round of 16 Top Performer honors

Saving the best for last in the Round of 16, Alexey Shved has taken out Top Performer honors after leading Russia to a surprisingly comfortable win over Croatia.

8 septemberFenerbahce tabs All-EuroLeague guard Wanamaker

Continental champion Fenerbahce Dogus Istanbul added a reigning All-EuroLeague selection to its roster for the second time this summer when it signed point guard Brad Wanamaker on Thursday to a one-year contract.

7 septemberRussia hold off British comeback to finish Group Phase on high note

Russia ended their Group Phase campaign with an 82-70 victory over Great Britain behind a 30-point game from Aleksei Shved.

6 septemberGregg "Pop" Popovich: FIBA EuroBasket 2017 has been the best yet

Legendary San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg "Pop" Popovich has labelled the 2017 edition of FIBA EuroBasket, as the best yet.

5 septemberRussia, Croatia and Spain advance to Round of 16, Serbia weather Turkish storm

Serbia have shown nerves of steel in Istanbul, but it is Russia who are still unbeaten in the group. Croatia and Spain have collected their third wins in Group C.

5 septemberSpain and Croatia clash for Group C crown, as Russia face the Porzingis test

After breezing past their competition in the first three games at the FIBA EuroBasket 2017, defending champions Spain reset to face their most serious challenge in Group C on Tuesday in the also-undefeated Croatia.