FIBA and EuroLeague relationship finally has a light at the end of the tunnel

Edvinas Jablonskis
Daily Editor
2023-08-07 06:45

The recent change in the EuroLeague and FIBA calendars brings hope that both organizations might finally find a way to cooperate in a professional manner.

Credit: EuroLeague Basketball, FIBA/BasketNews illustration
Credit EuroLeague Basketball, FIBA/BasketNews illustration

When the EuroLeague announced its 2023-24 season schedule, many people were attracted by the fact of how early we will witness the most exciting matchups.

Panathinaikos Athens will face Olympiacos Piraeus in Round 1, Partizan Mozzart Bet Belgrade will welcome Crvena Zvezda Meridianbet Belgrade in Round 5, while El Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona will also take place in Round 5.

However, there was another interesting and important matter on the schedule


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