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GREECE Panathinaikos Athens added size and intimidation to its front court with the signing of big man Gani Lawal on Saturday.
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EUROLEAGUE Felipe Reyes became Euroleague Basketball’s all-time rebounding leader in the final seconds of Real Madrid’s game on Thursday night against reigning Turkish Airlines Euroleague champion Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv.
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AUSTRALIA Townsville’s Todd Blanchfield registered a new career-high in points and rebounds on the weekend, earning him the Round 16 Player of the Week .
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BULGARIA Levski spanked Spartak Pleven last night 88-80, after leading a half 46-23. Pavel Ivanov had a huge game in the win with 37 points, 7 rebounds, and 2 steals. He was good on 7-11 from two, 6-10 from three, and 5-6 from the line. Pavlin Ivanov added 17 points and 4 assists. Krum Doychinov led Spartak with 20 points and 8 assists.
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GERMANY medi bayreuth jumped out to a 21-10 first quarter lead. Telekom Baskets Bonn won the other three quarters whittling the lead down but ultimately Bayreuth prevailed 101-96. Javon McCrea led their scoring with 24 points. Brandon Bowman added 21 points. Each of them pulled down 8 rebounds.
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POLAND Wikana Start Lublin got their fourth win of the season upsetting (9-7) Energa Czarni S?upsk 82-73, finishing fast taking the final quarter 31-21. Bryon Allen led the way with 36 points, 7 assists, and 5 rebounds. He was good on 8-13 from two, 3-5 from three, and 11-12 from the line.
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LITHUANIA Lietuvos rytas, currently in third place in the standings, held off Lietkabelis’s upset attempt 101-95. Martynas Gecevi?ius was their top scorer with 24 points. Evaldas Žabas exploded for 33 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 assists. He had an unbelievable shooting night hitting 6-6 from two, 6-8 from three, and 3-3 from the line.
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EUROLEAGUE Olympiacos Piraeus erased an 11-point third-quarter deficit to defeat Laboral Kutxa Vitoria 76-64 on Friday at Peace and Friendship Stadium. Vassilis Spanoulis paced the winners with 27 points and 6 assists
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CHINA - 01-31-15


Errick McCollum scored a whopping 82 points – the highest in CBA league history – and despite earning himself a spot in the record books his team wasn’t able to earn a win as they fell to the Guangdong Southern Tigers 129-119 on Friday night. McCollum, who’s younger brother C.J. plays for the Portland Trailblazers, is in his CBA rookie season with the Zhejiang Guangsha Lions. The previous scoring record was held by Quincy Douby who scored 75 points two years ago. The irony is that Douby also played the Zhejiang Guangsha Lions. McCollum’s stat line is impressive. He shot the ball very well. Got the the line and made all but two of his 27 free throw attempt. He also gathered ten rebounds. His team however, forgot to show up. . . . . . . .Take a look
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NEW ZEALAND - 01-30-15


Just two weeks ago, power forward Tai Wynyard made the long trip from New Zealand to take official visits to Kentucky, Texas and Villanova. Sunday, he informed Rivals.com that he has committed to Kentucky. "They said they were going to push me hard and that's what I want," Wynyard told Rivals.com. "So that's why I thought it was the right fit." Big and strong, Wynyard is regarded as having good touch and the ability to finish with either hand near the rim. His exposure to American scouts has been fairly limited but he was brought to the attention of Kentucky by former college coach George Raveling who saw him play at a Nike camp in Asia. . . . . . . .MORE
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AUSTRALIA - 01-28-15


Sydney Kings superstar import Josh Childress has been ruled out for up to six months after suffering a season-ending injury. The NBA veteran will undergo major surgery on Thursday after injuring his pectoral muscle during the Kings' loss on Sunday. The American was sidelined in the third quarter of the Kings' 105-86 walloping by the Adelaide 36ers. He appeared to suffer the injury during a foul on Mitchell Creek in the final two minutes of the stanza. Childress originally thought he had injured his shoulder, but scans on Tuesday revealed he had torn his upper right pectoral muscle. In a statement, the Kings said Childress faced a four to six month month recovery period after the surgery. The league's top scorer and MVP favourite was only just recovering from a hamstring tear that forced him to miss three matches. The news is a huge blow to the Kings who are in a dog-fight to make the playoffs. The purple and golds must win their next six games if they are to stand any chance. Even then, they will be relying on other teams losing. The team is already feeling the absence of big man Angus Brandt, who was ruled out for at least a month with a knee injury. . . . . . . .MORE
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FIBA EUROPE - 01-28-15


For a second year in a row, Tony Parker has been voted as the 2014 FIBA Europe Men's Player of the Year. Parker won the award, which is voted on by a panel of experts and fans, slightly ahead of Serbian national team star Milos Teodosic. Parker's successes in 2014 were achieved in a San Antonio Spurs jumper, whom the charismatic guard led to his fourth NBA title, a record for any European. "It makes me really glad. This distinction rewards our great season with the Spurs that ended with the NBA Championship," expressed Parker upon learning of his latest achievement. "To come back that strong after the loss we had in the last match against Miami in 2013, this is really amazing. We showed a style of basketball that was nearly perfect. "Now I am a FIBA Europe Player of the Year for the second time in a row. It's a great honour to face players like (Dirk) Nowitzki, (Pau) Gasol and all the others from the Euroleague. "I deeply thank all those who voted for me. I am proud to receive this trophy." . . . . . . .MORE
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FIBA U19 World Championship - 01-26-15


Never change a winning formula - that must have been part of the thought process for USA Basketball when they agreed to have Billy Donovan return to coach the United States team at the 2015 FIBA U19 World Championship. Donovan has not lost a single game on the sidelines for his country. Under the University of Florida coach, the USA cruised through the nine games at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship to take the title - their fifth in 11 U19 Worlds tournaments and first since 2009. The 49-year-old coach also guided the USA to two undefeated title runs at the 2012 and 2014 FIBA Americas U18 Championships, giving the Rockville Centre, New York native a perfect 19-0 record for USA teams. . . . . . . .MORE
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FRANCE - 01-26-15


Jamar Smith won the Trophy DLSIxième Human Phase Go to PROA. Having started on the bench all the matches of the first phase, it has accumulated an average rating of 12.8. He will receive his trophy Friday, February 20, 2014, prior to the start of the Quarter Final of the Disneyland Paris Leaders Cup LNB that will play the 2015 CSP Limoges face SLUC Nancy. . . . . . . .MORE
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ITALY - 01-26-15


LaQuinton Ross (pictured in a duel between numbers 0 against Pullen) has established two records seasonal championship against Brindisi: 48 its assessment (the previous record was 41 of Brindisi Dyson), 15/15 from the line (surpassing the 10/10 of Stipcevic and Alessandro Gentile). . . . . . . .MORE
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Cornell's David Onuorah blocked 7 shots Friday night in their 57-49 win over Brown.
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Arizona's T.J. McConnell had a career high 8 steals as they smothered Oregon State in their 57-34 win.
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Western Michigan's David Brown scored a game-high 29 points on 11-of-18 shooting from the field, including a 5-of-9 performance from three-point range in their 71-77 road loss to Buffalo Tuesday night.
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Oklahoma State's Anthony Hickey Jr. handed out 10 assists in their 64-53 upset of Baylor.
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Connecticut senior guard Ryan Boatright scored a career-high 28 points, 19 in the second half, as UConn beat South Florida, 66-53, in front of a crowd of 14,105 at the XL Center Sunday.
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Belmont's Evan Bradds grabbed 14 rebounds in their 63-55 win over Tennessee State Sunday night to lead the nation.
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Ohio State's D'Angelo Russell scored 22 points and added 10 assists for his second double-double of the season and the Buckeyes knocked off No. 23 Indiana 82-70
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Rhode Island's Hassan Martin blocked 7 shots in their 53-48 win over St. Bonaventure on SUnday.
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Marist center Eric Truog returned from injury to lead the nation SUnday with 5 steals.
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Cleveland State's Trey Lewis scored 30 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in their 70-66 win over Detroit Friday night.
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Quinnipiac' s Ousmane Drame pulled down 19 rebounds, scored 12 points, and blocked 4 shots in their 73-59 victory over defeanding MAAC Champ Manhattan College.
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Saint Louis' Marcus Bartley had a creer high 7 assists in their 61-63 loss to VCU in Friday action
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St. Bonaventure's Marcus Posley scored 36 points – 12 in the final 2:35 of regulation – to lead them to a stunning, 100-97 overtime win at Duquesne on Thursday.
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