International

First quarterfinalists come out of a disrupted ELW Week 12

By Antonio Losada / January 22, 2022

Another week of postponed EuroLeague games allowed just 10 of the 14 teams to take the court, and three of them to qualify for the 2022 postseason.

UMMC reigns amid EuroLeague chaos

By Antonio Losada / January 15, 2022

Five games got postponed and only three took place in EuroLeague Week 11. Everything is a mess—except, of course, UMMC’s winning ways

EuroLeague MVP race: Making a case for the top 15 players

By Antonio Losada / January 8, 2022

Who is best positioned to win EuroLeague MVP with four weeks left in the regular season?

Julie Allemand discusses her difficult 2021 in heartfelt statement

By Gabriella Lewis / January 2, 2022

The Belgian National Team and Fever guard cites burnout and self-doubt as reasons for break

Looking into the EuroLeague crystal ball

By Antonio Losada / January 1, 2022

Let’s predict the final EuroLeague standings and how the postseason will play out

The EuroLeague couldn’t escape the pandemic before its Christmas break

By Antonio Losada / December 25, 2021

One EuroLeague game had to be postponed in Week 10, but other teams played on, producing some standout performances

European adventure powers pair of Yale standouts

By Jenn Hatfield / December 23, 2021

Camilla Emsbo and Klara Astrom honed their games with European clubs last season

EuroLeague hoops for all tastes

By Antonio Losada / December 18, 2021

Do you prefer top-heavy competition or evenly matched teams?

Fenerbahçe claims Istanbul with another Turkish Derby win in EuroLeague play

By Antonio Losada / December 11, 2021

The second half of the regular season has already crowned a winner, if only among teams from Istanbul

Cheryl Reeve. (USA Basketball photo)

Cheryl Reeve named head coach of U.S. women’s team through 2024 Olympics

By Scott Mammoser / December 8, 2021

‘I am here to be a part of one of the greatest dynasties ever’