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Three Thoughts about Fenerbahce from the Final Four

So, it’s official: Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul are the champions of Europe after their physical 80-64 victory over Greek power Olympiacos Piraeus. They are the first club from Turkey to win the Euroleague title in championship history, and this championship may have officially solidified Turkey as one of the top powers in European basketball circles (honestly, this has been the case for about a decade now, but Turkish basketball always seems to get overlooked by most general basketball fans and media). 2.238 kata lagi


EuroLeague Film Study: Ekpe Udoh's Dominant Performance vs. Zalgiris

Austin Green is an independent journalist and scout covering EuroLeague and NBA prospects in Europe. If you’d like to support LosCrossovers.com and see more articles like this, feel free to donate. 644 kata lagi


Anthony Bennett, Fenerbahce, and the Challenge of Ex-NBA'ers in the Euroleague

In some stunning news, European basketball reporter has this to tweet on Thursday night:

OFFICIAL: Fenerbahce pens Anthony Bennett. Sources, deal in $400,000 range with team rights to extend till 2018.

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Ekpe Udoh Scouting Report


Ekpe Udoh has finally developed into the impact player he was hoped to be when he was drafted sixth overall in the 2010 NBA draft, but by his age-29 season and at the Euroleague level with Fenerbahçe, which came just short of the title by losing to CSKA Moscow in overtime of the championship game. 738 kata lagi

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