Euroleague Basketball President and CEO Jordi Bertomeu has stressed many times that there’s a two-way street between the EuroLeague and the NBA. That was proven without a doubt this summer. Many established players decided to continue their career in the EuroLeague, which remains the top destination for players outside the United States borders. Add to the mix some important moves between EuroLeague clubs and you get a strong cocktail.
While Khimki Moscow, Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv and FC Barcelona Lassa got stronger, once more the duo of Fenerbahce Dogus Istanbul and CSKA Moscow stole the show in the summer market.