GREEK BASKETBALL ABROAD: Brose Bamberg paid tribute to their former point guard, Nikos Zisis, with a jersey retirement ceremony in Germany on Saturday night.
GREEK BASKETBALL ABROAD: After a four-year stay in Bamberg, Nikos Zisis will continue his playing career elsewhere.
FIBA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: AEK’s title defence of the Basketball Champions League is over, as a 69-67 victory on the night wasn’t enough to turn around a four-point deficit from the quarter-final first leg against Brose Bamberg. **HIGHLIGHTS**
FIBA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: In Germany, AEK dropped a 67-71 defeat to Bamberg in the first leg of the Basketball Champions League quarter-finals, but the reigning champions are certainly alive and kicking in the tie.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK BASKETBALL ABROAD: After knocking-down the game-winner for Bamberg to capture the German Cup, Nikos Zisis continues to add to his legacy as Greek basketball’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ even in the twilight of his career…
FIBA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: AEK’s win streak came to an abrupt end against Brose Bamberg while both PAOK and Promitheas opened their 2019 Basketball Champions League calendar with vital home wins…
BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Greek clubs had Germany’s number in the Champions League this week as both AEK and Promitheas won clashes against German opposition, but PAOK’s struggles continued with a loss in Israel…
EUROLEAGUE: Olympiacos kept their grip on second spot in the EuroLeague standings after taking care of business against Brose Bamberg… **HIGHLIGHTS**
EUROLEAGUE: Nikos Calathes put up 31 points but it wasn’t enough to help Panathinaikos avoid defeat against Brose Bamberg in the EuroLeague on Friday night...
EUROLEAGUE: Nikos Zisis made history on Thursday night as he became the first Greek player to reach a particular EuroLeague milestone…
EUROLEAGUE: Olympiacos were handed a shock loss in Germany on Thursday night as Bamberg claimed a major upset in the EuroLeague… **HIGHLIGHTS**
EUROLEAGUE: The Trifylli rebounded from last week’s defeat to Barcelona with a clinical win over Bamberg at OAKA on Thursday night… **HIGHLIGHTS**
CYPRIOT SOCCER (FIRST DIVISION): It is not old news that Greek basketball players and coaches star on the European basketball stage. Over the years, both players and coaches have left their mark with their respective clubs, leading their teams to many achievements and titles with this season proving to be no different. AGONAsport.com takes a look at the “Greek champions” in European basketball as a few of these champions prepare to represent Greece at Eurobasket 2017.
EUROLEAGUE: The 16 teams for next year’s Euroleague are now known after the conclusion of all domestic play across Europe.
EUROLEAGUE: Panathinaikos defeated Bamberg 81-72 at the OAKA Nikos Galis Stadium and inched closer to a Euroleague playoff spot. Bourousis, Singleton, and James led the Prasini to victory.**HIGHLIGHTS**
EUROLEAGUE: Olympiacos struck down Bamberg’s three game winning streak against the Greek Champions after their 83-77 victory at the Stadio Eirinis kai Filias. Birch came through late in the fourth quarter for the hosts as he finished the game with a double-double.**HIGHLIGHTS**
EUROLEAGUE: Bamberg defeated Olympiacos 82-68 in the 14th round of the Euroleague with the Erythrolefki registering their third straight defeat against the German side. The Greek Champions were on a poor night as they moved down to a 9-5 record for the season.**HIGHLIGHTS**
EUROLEAGUE: Never undermine Panathinaikos! As the Trifylli trailed Bamberg by 10 points (83-73) with 4 minutes remaining, the Exastero went on a 11-0 run to finish the game and come away with a thrilling 83-84 win. The winning shot was scored by Nick Calathes with 4 seconds remaining, handing Panathinaikos their second win in this year’s Euroleague and their first under their new boss Xavi Pascual.**HIGHLIGHTS**