Thanks for supporting: here are our weekly plans and highlights

2023-01-23 13:00

BasketNews provides upcoming week's plans for BN+ members and shares the highlights from the last week that were created thanks to our invaluable BN+ members.

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Hi, BN+ members! Firstly, we want to say that your support makes it possible for us to create exclusive and high-quality content. Our goal is to make the European basketball community even stronger, and you are a key part of that effort.

Last week 7 new BN+ subscribers joined our community - welcome aboard, and let's have fun!

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Here are some of our plans for the upcoming week:

  • URBONUS podcast with Errick McCollum;
  • Kazys Maksvytis case for the EuroLeague Coach of the Year award;
  • Exclusive interview with Cory Higgins;
  • Conversation with Real Madrid's Petr Cornelie;
  • London Lions growth and their season in the EuroCup;
  • NBA players that could come to Europe;
  • Current situation of Olimpia Milan;
  • Article on new Pallacanestro Trieste ownership.

Of course, without you, we couldn't even share such weekly plans. So, have a look at what you helped us to achieve last week.

Here are some highlights from the last week:

In an exclusive article for BN+ members, Giorgos Kyriakidis analyzed why EuroLeague guards can't find their place in the NBA, naming differences in game styles and other reasons for such a trend.

In an exclusive interview with BasketNews, EuroLeague CEO Marshall Glickman shared his vision for the league's future and provided insight into his decision-making process regarding the registration of Facundo Campazzo and the ban of Crvena Zvezda Meridianbet Belgrade.

In an exclusive interview with BasketNews, Wade Balwin discussed his struggling days at Olympiacos, and personal highs with Bayern and Baskonia. The American guard explained why he changes teams every year, addressed the nasty comments about him, and specified on which conditions he'd consider returning to the NBA.

Dzanan Musa opened up to BasketNews about his return to Piraeus eight years after leaving Olympiacos, his practices with Giorgos Bartzokas, and his thoughts about an NBA comeback. He also addresses Bosnia NT's financial issues and reveals the toughest moment in his career.

After a loss against Zalgiris, Filip Petrusev talked about the recent surge that led him to average 19.6 points, 6.3 boards, and 23.3 PIR over the last seven games. The article was also noted by the Philadelphia 76ers GM Darryl Morey, who retweeted this story on his timeline.

Interested in why Petrusev is playing so well lately? Our Staff Writer Orazio Cauchi analyzed the possible reasons behind these great 22-year-old performances.



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