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Big Mike and King James

After three Euroleague trophies, eight Greek championships and seven Greek cups with Panathinaikos, the fourth leading scorer in the Euroleague’s history, Mike Batiste, retired and was hired by the Clevaland Cavaliers to be a member of their coaching stuff

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Panathinaikos cut Julian Wright

Panathinaikos was looking to fill the gap in the front line with an undersized center and got a deal with Julian Wright. The American player came to Athens but failed the medical tests and just hours after his first visit at OAKA the Greens cut him

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Turkey threatening Spain

The third edition of our annual rankings of the European basketball domestic league almost included a surprise. For the first time in recent years Spain was in danger of losing the top with he main contender being Turkey and VTB following

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Rasko Katic signed with Zaragoza

Rasko Katic was still on the market, Zaragoza was in need of a player after the injury of Giorgi Shermadini and the Serbian center is the man for the job. A member of the Serbian national team, Katic signed a contract until the end of the season

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Panionios will play in ESAKE’s league

The committee of professional sports decided to change its decision about Panionios with a narrow 4-3 vote and the club from Athenian suberb of Nea Smirni gained again the right to compete in ESAKE’s league, the top professional league in Greece

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The Eurocup 2014-15 draw

After the end of the Euroleague qualifying round, the Eurocup draw for the season 2014-15 was held in Barcelona. The 48 teams were divided into two conferences with geographical criteria. That makes the first conference balanced and the second stronger

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Zoran and Thomas on their way out

Two point guards which can be starters almost in every Euroleague team may change jerseys just before the start of the season. Zoran Planinic is on his way out from Anadolu Efes and the same applies to Thomas Heurtel and Laboral Kutxa

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Stefansson in Unicaja, Pullen in Sevilla

A familiar in Liga Endesa face returns to action in order to replace Zoran Dragic. Jon Stefansson was announced by Unicaja as a last minute addition. Jacob Pullen signed with Sevilla and Stipcevic ended up in Roma

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