GREEK BASKETBALL ABROAD: Giannis Antetokounmpo was awarded with another distinct honor as he was named the NBA’s “Most improved player” for the 2016/17 season. He was also named to the NBA’s All-defensive second team.
GREEK BASKETBALL: Giannis and Thanasis Antetokounmpo appeared on stage at the Onassis Cultural Center and talked about their painful struggle in their early days in Greece where their parents had arrived as immigrants from Nigeria.
WOMEN'S GREEK NATIONAL BASKETBALL TEAM: The Women’s Greek national basketball team put together another great display at the Eurobasket Women tournament, but fell 77-55 to France in the semi-finals. Tomorrow the Ethniki will play Belgium in the third place game with hopes of winning the bronze medal. **HIGHLIGHTS**
WOMEN'S GREEK NATIONAL BASKETBALL TEAM: After Greece’s big win over Turkey in the quarterfinals of the Eurobasket Women, many praised the Ethniki for advancing to the semi-finals of the competition and for making everyone back home (and abroad) proud.
WOMEN'S GREEK NATIONAL BASKETBALL TEAM: The women’s Greek national basketball team DOMINATED Turkey 84-55 to advance to the semi-finals of the Eurobasket Women for the first time in the team’s history! **HIGHLIGHTS**
SPECIAL TRIBUTES: Spending most of his professional career with Olympiacos, Printezis has become a symbol of the Piraeus team. A few days ago, Printezis renewed is contract with the Erythrolefki until 2020 and AGONAsport takes a look at his great career.**VIDEOS/PICS**
GREEK NATIONAL BASKETBALL TEAM: The message was “We are all bros” in the friendly match between the Antetokounmpo brothers and the Greek national dream team of 2005 at the Nick Galis Hall in Thessaloniki. The Antetokounbros prevailed with a 109-107 victory. **PICS**
GREEK NATIONAL BASKETBALL TEAM: Not thirty, not even 100 years will be enough to erase Greece’s triumph at the 1987 Eurobasket tournament where on this day, the June 14th, history was made as Greece rose to the top of European basketball for the first time. **VIDEOS/PICS**
GREEK A1 BASKET LEAGUE: One day after winning the Greek Basket League title at the expense of Olympiacos, Panathinaikos celebrated this year’s league title with their fans with a “Fiesta” and trophy presentation at the OAKA Indoor Hall. **PICS**
GREEK A1 BASKET LEAGUE: Panathinaikos cruised past Olympiacos 51-66 in the do or die game 5 of the Greek Basket League Finals to win this year’s league title. Unfortunately the end of the game was marked by fans throwing flares as they rushed the court. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK BASKET LEAGUE: Led by their captain, Nick Calathes, Panathinaikos marched past Olympiacos 71-58 in game 4 of the Greek Basket League Finals, sending the series to a do or die game 5. **HIGHLIGHTS**
OLYMPIACOS: Olympiacos is more than just the club’s football team as was proven this season. It was not that the football team didn’t find success, in fact they did, winning their 7th straight league title even though they had a fairly underwhelming campaign.
GREEK A1 BASKET LEAGUE: Olympiacos came back from 10-points down midway through the 4th quarter to defeat Panathinaikos 64-62 in game 3 of the Greek Basket League finals. Olympiacos lead the series 2-1. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK BASKET LEAGUE: Panathinaikos defeated Olympiacos 84-80 at the OKA Nick Galis Indoor Hall to level up the Greek Basket League Finals series at one a piece. The Greek trio, Bourousis, Calathes, and Pappas led the Prasini to victory. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK BASKET LEAGUE: Olympiacos quickly bounced back from their Euroleague Final defeat to Fenerbahce by defeating Aris 79-65 in game three of the Greek Basket League Playoff semi-finals, sweeping their opponents 3-0 in the series.**HIGHLIGHTS**
EUROLEAGUE: Olympiacos may have lost the Euroleague title to Fenerbahce this past weekend, however it was not the end of an interesting streak. Even though a Turkish club won Europe’s premier club basketball championship, there was still a Greek flavor to the victory.
EUROLEAGUE: During Fenerbahce's celebrations for winning the 2017 Euroleague title, Kostas Sloukas congratulated the Angelopoulos brothers for Olympiacos’ run and went into the Olympiacos locker room for a few minutes. **VIDEO**