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Luka Dončić says he prefers to watch EuroLeague to NBA When asked whether he keeps track of the MVP race, the Dallas Mavericks star explained that he watches more EuroLeague than NBA games. In other words, Dončić doesn't really keep track of what his fellow NBA MVP candidates are doing, explaining that EuroLeague games atract most of his attention.
One of the most dramatic moments of the 2022-23 EuroLeague Women season was Atomerőmű KSC Szekszárd’s upset of league favorite Fenerbahçe Alagöz Holding back in Week 2 of group play. The two clubs will meet again in Week 9, though Fenerbahçe has received significant reinforcements since then, including Breanna Stewart and Satou Sabally.
After the game, Doncic talked about watching EuroLeague: "I don't know if I'm learning. I just watch games. Mostly Real Madrid and Red Star. ... I always say it's way different rules. A lot of times you can't play same way in EuroLeague as NBA. I'm just enjoying watching it."
Hungarian club Sopron Basket has undergone major changes since winning the EuroLeague Women championship in 2022, but, entering Week 10 of group play, it remains a force to be reckoned with in Group B.
ZVVZ Praha and BC Polkowice are battling for position at the top of the EuroLeague Women standings, and both clubs have forwards who are putting up big statistical seasons. Alyssa Thomas and Stephanie Mavunga have been two of the competition’s best, and they’ll face each other for the second time this season in Week 11.
The adidas Next Generation Tournament is Europe’s biggest showcase for under-18 basketball prospects at the club level. The first qualifier event was held in Munich from January 20-22 in a 4 game short tournament. The winner of this event got an automatic bid to the ANGT Finals (8 teams) held during the Euroleague Final Four held…
Turkish club Fenerbahçe Alagöz Holding has more star power than any of its competitors in EuroLeague Women, with nine straight victories as proof. The ever-dangerous Alyssa Thomas and ZVVZ USK Praha could be the last real challenge for Fenerbahçe in the competition’s group play phase.