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INTERNATIONAL WIRE
9-29-16
Memphis’ Michael Dixon had the Game of the Night last night pouring in 34 points for AEK in the “Friendly” Game with Galatsaray AEK took the contest 96-95.


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9-29-16
ZT Skopje Aerodrom won the Macedonian Supercup defeating Karpoš Sokoli 87-84 partly thanks to Youngstown State’s Kendrick Perry who had 29 points, 9 assists, and 4 boards.


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9-29-16
Last night in Argentina Justin Williams controlled the boards grabbing 25 rebounds (7 offensive) for Olympico in their 70-57 win over Libertad .


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9-29-16
Dominez Burnett continues his fast start in the Czech Republic with 26 points and 5 boards last night for BK JIP Pardubice in their 81-74 win over Prostejov


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9-29-16
Marcus Eriksson, 2015 second round pick of the Atlanta Hawks, shined with 22 points in 18 minutes as Barcelona blasted Divina Seguros Joventut 78-52 in Spain


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9-27-16
Davenport University rookie Dominez Burnett led BK JIP Pardubice to a 81-74 win over - eagles Prostejov 81-74 Prostejov in the Czech Republic last night with 26 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, and a blocked shot hitting 3-6 from three.


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9-27-16
Brad Newley, the 54th overall pick in the 2007 NBA draft by the Houston Rockets, was the top scorer in the Australian Challenge with 25 points in addition to 5 rebounds, 3 steals, and an assist for Sydney in their 81-69 loss to Perth.


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How Bob McKillop recruited players from seven countries to Davidson

McKillop began making international hoops connections as a high school coach in Long Island. And he has reaped the rewards of those relationships with this Davidson team. “How far back do you want to go?” That is how a chuckling Bob McKillop answered my request for an explanation as to how he became college basketball’s international man of mystery. As he took me on a journey back in time, it quickly became evident that this was not a story of mystery so much as history. That was the subject McKillop majored in at Hofstra, where he was named MVP of the basketball team as a senior in 1972. It is the subject he taught for five years at Holy Trinity High School in Hicksville, Long Island. It is a passion he pursues through reading, travels and insatiable curiosity. And of course, history is what McKillop’s Davidson team made in 2008, when a little-known, spindly, baby-faced guard named Stephen Curry led the Wildcats to the brink of the Final Four. Now McKillop, who is about to begin his 28th season as Davidson’s head coach, will make history of a different kind. His roster will feature players from seven different countries—the United States, Finland, Greece, Iceland, Serbia, Nigeria and Sweden. It’s hard to say for sure whether this is unprecedented, but even in this era of globalization, it is most unusual. It is also no accident. Rather, it stems from the three-plus decades McKillop has spent embracing the international game, starting long before it was cool. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MORE

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Euroleague to culminate with 2017 Final Four in Istanbul!

A world-class city that witnessed two of pro basketball's most spectacular season-ending shots ever will have the same opportunity again next spring when the 2017 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Final Four returns to Istanbul, Turkey, Euroleague Basketball announced on Tuesday. Istanbul will host the best four EuroLeague teams from May 19 to 21 in what is sure to be a thrilling finish to a ground-breaking season, the first in European basketball history in which all the teams in the continent's premier competition are guaranteed to play each other. The 2017 Final Four will take place for the second time at the Sinan Erdem Dome, which officially opened its doors on April 16, 2010 and two years later played host to a memorable Final Four that was one of the most successful in EuroLeague history. The event will feature an expansion of a strong relationship begun at the start of this decade between Euroleague Basketbal and Turkish Airlines, which had a pivotal role in bringing the Final Four back to Turkey and will host the event, as well. As title sponsor of the competition, Turkish Airlines heads a family of Euroleague Basketball partners in Turkey to which a new member was recently added, Odeabank. The season's crowning weekend also will mark the first Final Four to be held under the 10-year joint venture between Euroleague Basketball and IMG. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MORE

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Puerto Rico Tip-Off is moving out of Puerto Rico thanks to Zika virus

Concerns from multiple college basketball programs about the threat of contracting the Zika virus has prompted an unprecedented move: ESPN is pulling its annual Puerto Rico Tip-Off out of Puerto Rico. Instead, the exempt, made-for-TV college hoops event will be held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida. ESPN made its formal announcement of the change Monday. The dates for the tournament will not change. The Tip-Off will still be held on Nov. 17, 18 and 20. The teams participating in the event: Arizona State, Clemson, Davidson, Missouri, Northern Iowa, Oklahoma, Tulane and Xavier. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MORE

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COLLEGE WIRE
College basketball practice opens

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The top 50 non-conference college basketball games for the 2016-17 season

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The Impact Transfers

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Ibrahim Doumbia chose the Gamecocks over offers from Florida, Tennessee, Baylor and others

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Indiana Basketball: Collin Hartman out indefinitely following knee surgery

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TCU's Jamie Dixon plans to skip rebuild, move straight to Big 12 success

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Embiid says he can't watch college basketball anymore. "Since I've been in the league (nba), I feel like they can't play."

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The NBC Sports Preseason All-American Team

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Four-star 2017 wing Justin Smith committed to Indiana

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Class of 2017 power forward Brandon Huffman has committed to North Carolina

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N.C. State forward wipes out testing with his insanely high vertical

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Ten LSU Tigers on NBA Training Camp Rosters

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Vanderbilt basketball lands touted big man Ejike Obinna

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Xavier lands 6-foot-11 big for Class of 2017

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