Basketball Champions League: Darussafaka reports a positive COVID-19 test

From eurohoops.net: Darussafaka announced that one player tested positive for the coronavirus nfo@eurohoops.net Darussafaka Tekfen announced that one of its players tested positive for coronavirus and has been isolated immediately. Darussafaka played against Filou Oostende in the Basketball Champions League yesterday (October 28) while their next match is scheduled for October 31, against Bursaspor in the Turkish League.blob:https://sneakershoptalk.com/a2211812-5da3-4368-8a73-28038326b872 Per Darussafaka Tekfen: A positive result was found as a result of the Covid-19 PCR test performed on one of our players after our routine screenings were considered necessary. Our player, who…

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Basketball Champions League: Marco Spissu making his hometown proud

Marco Spissu was born in Sassari, raised in Dinamo’s youth teams, and is now leading his hometown team to new heights in the Basketball Champions League By Stefan Djordjevic / info@eurohoops.net These days, it’s not so often that the teams at the biggest stages feature a hometown player, let alone for him to be the face of the club and lead it to victories.  Well, that’s exactly become the case with Marco Spissu and Dinamo Sassari. However, far from it that it happened overnight and it took years of Spissu gaining…

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Basketball Champions League Day 1 Recap: Rough day for newcomers

From Stefan Djordjevic of EuroHoops.net : With the new format in place and new rules regarding game postponements due to COVID-19, the opening week of action in the Basketball Champions League featured four games while as many were postponed to a later date. Already established four BCL teams in Iberostar Tenerife, JDA Dijon, Casademont Zaragoza and Dinamo Sassari went against four newcomers (or returnees) to the competition in Bakken Bears, Keravnos, Pszczolka Start Lublin and Galatasarayrespectively.blob:https://sneakershoptalk.com/76025e7c-52bf-46be-87ca-1c49e2e68f78 Although they were all favorites, it’s a bit surprising that all ‘oldies’ got out unscathed…

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DJ Seeley hits game winner to life Zaragoza over Start Lublin, 86-85

From Stefan Djordjevic of euro hoops.net: In a game that went down to the wire, Casademont Zaragoza snatched an 86-85 road win over the newcomer Pszczolka Start Lublin in Group D of the Basketball Champions League. It was 68-66 for the home side early on in the fourth quarter when they put on a 9-0 run to go up by 11 points (77-66), however, Zaragoza got back into the game and tied it at 79 after Jonathan Barreiro’s triple.blob:https://sneakershoptalk.com/225ae9f1-7b84-4f0f-a7d5-2a8c74f15996 Martins Laksa banked his third shot from deep which, followed by Lester Medford’s…

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