By Mihalis Stefanou / email@example.com
As the conflict between Hamas and Israel continues, Maccabi Tel Aviv‘s future in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague is still uncertain. According to Eurohoops sources, there will be a meeting with the competition’s shareholders to discuss the Israeli team’s future, including its home court.
While the president of the Cyprus Basketball Association Andreas Mouzouridis previously announced the yellow-and-blue country to play EuroLeague games on the island behind closed doors, nothing is sealed yet.
The city of Belgrade, where both Partizan and Crvena Zvezda already play in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Regular Season, appears as the most desirable option for Maccabi Tel Aviv, which is now standing in the 7th position in the European standings, with one game to recover on the road against Milan. Oded Kattash’s team is coming off an away win against Panathinaikos, in OAKA.
❗️EuroLeague shareholders are meeting tomorrow in Istanbul. A lot of issues open, including the expansion talks, but the Israel situation and Maccabi’s future is the main issue now
— Mihalis Stefanou 🏀 (@mstef80) October 23, 2023