Thanks for supporting: here are our weekly plans and highlights

2023-07-24 12:00

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.


Hi, BN+ members! Firstly, we are grateful for your support, which enables us to produce top-notch content. Our goal is to strengthen the European basketball community, and you play a crucial role in that.

Last week 13 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 Thomas Walkup
  • Story on Nikola Mirotic's situation
  • Article on the players' contracts in the EuroLeague
  • Interview with ALBA sports director Himar Ojeda.
  • Article on why Serbia hesitates to announce its extended roster and preliminary games list ahead of World Cup
  • Best players that will miss the upcoming World Cup

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:

Luka Garza and his father Frank recount how the Minnesota Timberwolves center came to pick Bosnia over the USA. Luka also breaks down his relationship with European basketball and reveals when and on which conditions he would pursue an overseas career.

BasketNews tells the story of why it took Luke Sikma so long to find his way to a EuroLeague title contender and the significant offer he turned down during his time in Berlin.

Kemba Walker's signing might raise questions about the crowded backcourt in AS Monaco, but the team has no plans to let go of any of their current guards.

BasketNews expert Augustas Suliauskas analyzes whether Olympiacos got better or worse this offseason so far and writes about a player the Reds are missing.

An unexpected turn of events took place after Nikola Mirotic gave his reasons on why he won't be joining Partizan or Crvena Zvezda.


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