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GERMANY - 5-28-15
Brose Baskets Bamberg took a 2-0 lead in the German League playoff semifinals with a come-from-behind 80-81 victory over ratiopharm Ulm. Brad Wanamaker scored the game-winning basket with 4 seconds remaining. Wanamaker finished with 19 points and Trevor Mbakwe added 18 points and 13 rebounds before fouling out.
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Turkey - 5-27-15
Anadolu Efes Istanbul punched its ticket to the Turkish League semifinals with a 93-75 victory over Turk Telekom to win their best-of-three quarterfinals series 2-1. Efes will meet Trabzonspor in the next stage. Cedi Osman was perfect in 5 shots from downtown in leading Efes with 20 points, while Birkan Batuk and Stephane Lasme added 13 points apiece for the winners.
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LATVIA - 5-26-15
BK J?kabpils defeated Liep?ja/ Triobet 69-66 to take the Bronze medal in the Latvian league, winning the series 3-1. Mike Burwell led the win with 28 points and 8 rebounds. John Antrop scored 24 points for Liep?ja/ Triobet.
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ROMANIA - 5-25-15
Asesoft Ploiesti romped to a fourth consecutive Liga Nationala title to be crowned champions of Romanian Basketball once more. The club won Game 3 of its finals series against BC Targu Mures 76-86 to ensure a sweep and to claim an eleventh Liga Nationala overall.
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ESTONIA - 5-25-15
Tartu University Rock, who competed in this season's EuroChallenge reaching the Last 16, returned to the Estonian Alexela KML throne at the weekend for the first time since 2010. They prevailed 4-1 over arch-rivals BC Kalev/Cramo in the best-of-seven finals series led by some inspirational displays from Estonian international Tanel Kurbas, who earned play-off MVP honors.
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FRANCE - 5-23-15
Nancy surprised Nanterre with a 76-84 road win Friday night in their quarterfinal series. Sergii Gladyr led the win with 24 points and 6 rebounds. Elmedin Kikanovic added 19 points and 3 assists. Keydran Clark and Vaughn Duggins each contributed 15 points. Brandon Thomas led Nanterre with 17 points and Kyle Weems added 16 points plus 8 rebounds and 5 assists.
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BASKETBALL WITHOUT BORDERS - 05-28-15

Basketball Without Borders camps will go to Gran Canaria, Spain, and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, for the first time. The NBA said Wednesday the camps, run jointly with FIBA, basketball's world governing body, also will return to Johannesburg for the 12th time. The Basketball Without Borders Europe camp will be held June 2-5 and include NBA players Gerald Henderson and Cody Zeller of Charlotte, and Damjan Rudez of Indiana. It will feature 50 campers from more than 25 European countries. In their 15th year, the Basketball Without Borders camps have sent 33 players on to the NBA. This year they will feature top players born in 1998 who will learn from NBA and FIBA instructors while also taking part in community service projects. The Johannesburg camp will be July 29-Aug. 1, with the Dominican Republic one from Aug. 13-16. . . . . . . .MORE
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GREECE - 05-27-15

Panathinaikos pulled away in the fourth quarter to complete an 83-58 victory over PAOK Thessaloniki on Game 1 of the Greek League semifinals. Loukas Mavrokefalidis tallied 16 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists and Antonis Fotsis added 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Greens. Vangelis Margaritis scored 18 points and grabbed 8 rebounds to keep PAOK in the game. . . . . . . .Boxscore
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KOREA - 05-26-15

Jeon Chang Jin, current head coach of Anyang KGC, is being investigated by Korean police for placing large bets against his own team last season. According to reports from Seoul police, during his tenure with the Busan KT Sonicboom last season, Jeon Chang Jin placed several bets against his own team. . . . . . . .MORE
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SPAIN - 05-25-15

The Liga Endesa has announced changes in its import rulings from next season with the aim to discourage players from chasing supposed pointless passports. The new changes to what many believe is the top basketball league in the world outside of the NBA comes as a result of Fuenlabrada player Andy Panko and Real Madrid’s Marcus Slaughter owning the same passport number belonging to the nation of Equatorial Guinea. . . . . . . .MORE
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ITALY - 05-23-15

Sassari took a 2-1 lead over Trento winning Friday night 103-78 in this quarterfinal series. Edgar Sosa scored 23 points, Kenneth Kadji added 21 points, and Jeff Brooks finished with 18 points for the victors. Filippo Baldi Rossi led Trento with 15 points. . . . . . . .Boxscore
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TURKEY - 05-22-15

Fenerbahce Ulker takes a 1-0 lead over Galatasaray Liv Hospital in the Playoff quarter final series (93-67). Bogdan Bogdanovic was Fenerbahce Ulker’s best player with 15 points and 3 assists. Luka Zoric and Jan Vesely scored 13 apiece. Goudelock netted 12 points and added 7 rebounds and 4 assists. For Galatasaray Liv Hospital, Patric Young added 15 points and 3 rebounds. Vladimir Micov scored 13 and Zoran Erceg netted 10 points . . . . . . .MORE
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SPAIN - 05-21-15

Laboral Kutxa Baskonia upset league leader (and recent Eurolegue Champion) Real Madrid last night 94-81. They controlled the boards 38-26 and shot 58% from three (15 of 26) in the win. Fernando San Emeterio led the win with 26 points, 6 rebounds, and three assists. He connected on 7 of 10 from three point land. Rudy Fernandez ;ed Real Madrid with 26 points. He was good on 7-11 from three. . . . . . . .BOXSCORE . . . . --- . . . . .. . . . . . .VIDEO
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NCAA - 5-28-15
The NCAA released their APR report on Wednesday afternoon, and there will be five college basketball teams that are ineligible for the postseason in 2016. Alcorn State, Florida A&M, Stetson and Central Arkansas are the four men’s teams that will be sitting out next year’s postseason, while on the women’s side, Savannah State will be ineligible for the postseason.
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NCAA - 5-27-15
The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has vaulted Maryland into co-favorite status, along with Kentucky and North Carolina, for the 2015-16 NCAA men's basketball title. Here is a listing of all teams with odds better than 100-1:
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KENTUCKY - 5-26-15
After a 38-1 season, everyone gets paid. First came head coach John Calipari's contract extension, and now his three University of Kentucky assistants have new, more lucrative deals. Kenny Payne, John Robic and Tony Barbee will make a combined $1.44 million next season – according to contracts released by UK's Office of Legal Counsel – which is $415,000 more than the trio made last season with the Wildcats.
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KANSAS - 5-25-15
SMU guard Nic Moore will join the Kansas basketball team to represent the United States in the World University Games. The games run from July 3 through July 14 in Gwangu, South Korea.
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NORTH CAROLINA - 5-23-15
North Carolina at Chapel Hill announced the campus had received a notice of allegations from the NCAA as the next phase in its investigation of academic irregularities and possible bylaw infractions.
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H. of F. Classic - 5-22-15
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today the field of teams and schedule for the Basketball Hall of Fame Classic. This NCAA exempt multi-team event will feature five teams and take place throughout the month of November.
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MISS. St - 5-22-15
Continuing his tear on the recruiting trail, Mississippi State coach Ben Howland announced Thursday the signing of Aric Holman, a four-star standout from the state of Kentucky.
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