Turkish Airlines Euroleague
Laboral's Bertans to miss rest of the season

Laboral's Bertans to miss rest of the season

For the second time in his young career, Laboral Kutxa Vitoria shooter Davis Bertans has suffered a season-ending knee injury, complicating his new team's quest to reach the...
Eurocup
Quarterfinals, Game 2 MVP: James White, Unics Kazan

Quarterfinals, Game 2 MVP: James White, Unics Kazan

The feat accomplished by Unics Kazan this week has to be one of the most memorable moments in Eurocup competition. After having lost Game 1 of the quarterfinals at home by 9...
One Team
VEF Riga expands One Team to Latvian capital

VEF Riga expands One Team to Latvian capital

With a goal to provide positive emotions for more children, to motivate them and to help improve their life skills, all using the power of basketball, VEF Riga continued its...
Euroleague Basketball Institute
International Coaches Clinic coming to Final Four in Madrid

International Coaches Clinic coming to Final Four in Madrid

The International Coaches Clinic returns to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four this spring with another line up of marquee lecturers ready to offer their expertise...
 
About Euroleague Basketball

A global leader in sports management, Euroleague Basketball is enjoying its second decade of sustained growth as an innovative organizer of elite competitions and events. Euroleague Basketball was founded in 2000 under a private organizational model considered a breakthrough for European professional team sports. It now manages the continent's two premier basketball competitions, the Turkish Airlines Euroleague and the Eurocup, consisting of 72 teams from as many as 25 countries. Each season culminates in the naming of a continental champion at the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four, now a signature event on the world sports calendar.