Overseas Hoops: Alpha Diallo inks three year deal with Panathinaikos

After a solid season in the Greek League, Alpha Diallo signed with Panathinaikos. By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net Panathinaikos signed forward Alpha Diallo to a three-year deal, the Greek club announced. The player won’t join the Greens for the 2021-22 season since he’s expected to be loaned. Diallo comes off his debut season as a pro. The former Providence player had 12.9 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.5 steals in Greece with Lavrio to help the team reach the league’s Finals for the first time in the history of the club. They…

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Overseas Hoops: Mario Hezonja reject Panathinaikos’ offer

By Stavros Barbarousis at eurohoops.net / info@eurohoops.net Panathinaikos OPAP was hoping to keep Mario Hezonja going into the 2021-22 season but the sides didn’t yet reach a deal as the Croatian forward turned down a two-million offer for two years, according to sdna. Eurohoops sources confirm. Hezonja was willing to continue with the club but the offer on the table included that the player’s side was to pay the buyout (400,000) to Barcelona which holds his rights in Europe and that was the reason for turning down PAO. Despite Hezonja moving on, Panathinaikos has already made…

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Ioannis Papapetrou re-signs with Panathinaikos

Ioannis Papapetrou will stay with PAO for another two years By Eurohoops team at Eurohoops.net / info@eurohoops.net Panathinaikos‘s hopes and wishes came to fruition as the club managed to find an agreement with captain Ioannis Papapetrou on a two-year deal, they announced. Papapetrou, 27, in his third season with the Greens, averaged 12.1 points and 4.1 rebounds across 27 EuroLeague games and has received interest from multiple teams this offseason. The forward also posted 13.9 points, 4.04 rebounds, and 3.3 assists in 25:06 minutes over 28 games in the Greek League…

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Nemanja Nedovic re-signs Panathinaikos

By Eurohoops team at eurohoops.net/ info@eurohoops.net Panathinaikos is re-signing guard Nemanja Nedovic. The Serbian player teased his stay with Panathinaikos on social media and Eurohoops confirmed that he will remain an OAKA resident by penning a two-year deal with the Greens. Nedovic was the leading scorer of Panathinaikos in the 2020-21 EuroLeague with 16.0 points, while also having 3.7 assists in 25 games. He averaged 14.8 points and 2.9 assists in the Greek League as Panathinaikos won the championship, along with the Cup title. Over the season, Nedovic has been openly…

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EuroLeague has opened disciplinary proceedings against Panthiniakos

The recent comments made about EuroLeague by Panathinaikos’ owner Dimitris Giannakopoulos may be punished By Aris Barkas at eurohoops.net / barkas@eurohoops.net Panathinaikos owner Dimitris Giannakopoulos held a live broadcast last week via his Instagram account answering questions sent by the fans of his club. Among other things, Giannakopoulos openly accused EuroLeague management of “stealing money” and personally attacked CEO Jordi Bertomeu. According to Eurohoops sources, a disciplinary proceeding against Panathinaikos was opened for those statements made last week. According to EuroLeague bylaws, the verdict of this proceeding is expected to be…

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Panathinaikos signs PG Kendrick Perry

The Greens got the point guard who played last season in Cedevita/Olimpia By Eurohoops team at Eurohoops.net / info@eurohoops.net Kendrick Perry will be the first addition to Panathinaikos‘s roster for the upcoming season. As Eurohoops sources confirm, there’s a deal between the player and Panathinaikos which is expected to be official soon. The negotiations picked up speed yesterday and the financial gap between the offer of Panathinaikos and the demands of the player was bridged. The contract between the two sides is expected to have a two-year duration with an opt-out clause in the summer of…

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Panathinaikos and Oded Kattish officially part ways

By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net Eurohoops reported earlier this month that coach Oded Kattash was unlikely to continue with Panathinaikos and the two sides have now officially parted ways, the club announced. “Odette was and remains one of our people, who honored the “clover” both as an athlete and as a coach with his character, dignity and personality. We thank him from the bottom of our hearts and wish him good luck in his life and career,” PAO’s announcement read. The favorite to replace Kattash is still Dimitris Priftis, however, the coach still has a contract…

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Ioannis Papapetrou and Dinos Mitoglou lead Panathinaikos to the Greek League title

By Eurohoops team at EuroHoops.net /  info@eurohoops.net Dinos Mitoglou and Ioannis Papapetrou have had a great season with Panathinaikos and they confirmed it with a big performance in the Greek League Final. They led the team to an 82-66 win to close out the series with 3-1 and hand the Greens their 39th domestic league trophy, fifth straight. The team captain Papapetrou logged 24 points, seven rebounds, and five assists while Mitoglou had 23 points and 11 rebounds. They shot 8-13 and 10-14 from the field respectively. Georgios Papagiannis added 14 points…

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Nemanja Nedovic’s hot shooting helps Panathinaikos push past Fenerbahce

Nemanja Nedovic was draining 3-pointers from everywhere. By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net Nemanja Nedovic scored a season-high 28 points on a career-high seven triples as PanathinaikosAthens beat Fenerbahce Beko 82 – 68 at home to improve to 2-2 (with one game less). “I feel great. I’m really happy I helped my win get the team today,” Nedovic said to EuroLeague TV after the game. He took over on the offense of Panathinaikos and displayed valuable leadership, especially in light of the absence of team captain Ioannis Papapetrou. “Pap is a huge part of our team and we…

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