Thanks for supporting: here are our weekly plans and highlights

2023-07-31 11:58

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.


Hey BN+ members, we just wanted to give a big shout-out to all of you for your fantastic support!

Without you, we wouldn't be able to create amazing exclusive content. You are such a crucial part of our mission to strengthen the European basketball community, and we're grateful to have you on board. Let's keep working together to make it even better!

Last week 9 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:

  • Story on Nikola Mirotic's situation
  • Top 10 best available players 
  • Opinion article on the FIBA and EuroLeague agreement
  • Story on Ismael Kamagate's profile
  • Most underrated Euroleague signings so far

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:

Errick McCollum believes that Carsen Edwards possesses the necessary tools to follow in the footsteps of EuroLeague's next Shane Larkin.

Himar Ojeda, ALBA Berlin's sports director, explores the impact a permanent EuroLeague license can have on the club's budget and transfer moves. He also explains the reasons for the team's total rebuild, defines when the roster will be completed, and comments on Luke Sikma's move to Olympiacos.

After the departures of coach Sarunas Jasikevicius and star Nikola Mirotic, Barcelona decided to invest heavily in local talent. Willy Hernangomez, Joel Parra, and Dario Brizuela will form the building block of Spanish talent that will lead the team into a new era.

Per Thomas Walkup, Olympiacos players were aware of the concerns that were bothering Kostas Sloukas, but they tried to get everyone on the same page in achieving their goals without trying to influence his decision regarding his future in Piraeus.

Luka Doncic was named the Slovenian national team captain for FIBA World Cup 2023: "I am honored. It's a proud moment." Doncic also stressed that Slovenia will fight for gold in the tournament: "Every time we go to a championship, the goal is to win it."


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