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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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GERMANY - 5-22-15
Chris Fleming announced a list of 21 players who will undergo preliminary medical tests in late June, approximately a month before the start of EuroBasket 2015 training camp. Of these players, 20 competed in European-based clubs this season while the only exception is youngster Maodo Lo, whose NCAA campaign none the less finished in March.
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CZECH REPUBLIC - 5-21-15
CEZ Nymburk has won the Czech Republic NBL once again after overcoming BK Decin 96-59 to sweep the finals series 3-0. Few hoops fans in the country or beyond will be surprised by the result, after-all, Nymburk has been dominating the NBL for over a decade. Victory here marked the club’s 12th consecutive league crown.
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ITALY - 5-20-15
Metta World Peace went to his daughter for advice and she hasn’t steered him wrong since. “Cantu asked me to come to Italy to reach the playoffs,” World Peace said. “I spoke with my daughter first, and she said ‘why not? just play’. So I decided to become an Italian League player.” And after an unsuccessful stint in China, the former Los Angeles Laker and New York Knick forward, who moved to Cantu in March has decided to stay in Italy for another season. The terms of a possible contract extension have not been finalised however, despite both wanting the same thing.
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BELGIUM - 5-19-15
Okapi Aalstar staved off elimination in their best-of-five semifinal series with Belfius Mons-Hainaut by blowing them out last night 96-61. Aalstar took control of the contest with a 25-7 second quarter run. They now trail 1-2 in the series. Rotnei Clark led their scoring with 19 points. Taylor Braun and Tyren Johnson each added 17 points. Austin Nichols came away with 14 points and 4 assists for Belfius Mons-Hainaut.
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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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PUERTO RICO - 05-20-15

Quebradillas upset league leader Arecibo at their place 80-83. William Orozco led their win with 20 points. Jarvis Varnado added 17 points, 12 rebounds, and 3 blocked shots. Renaldo Balkman led Arecivo with 19 points and 10 rebounds. . . . . . . .MORE
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NBA SUMMER LEAGUE - 05-19-15

The Golden State Warriors and Atlanta Hawks, who both earned the top playoff seeds in their respective conferences with the best regular seasons in franchise history, headline the list of 24 teams set to compete in the Samsung NBA Summer League 2015 from July 10-20 at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion on the University of Nevada Las Vegas campus. Last year, the Sacramento Kings won the Samsung NBA Summer League Championship to complete an 11-day, 67-game event that set all-time records for attendance, NBA TV viewership, digital consumption on NBA.com and NBA Mobile, and overall merchandise sales. Last summer was the second time that Samsung NBA Summer League included a tournament-style schedule and culminated with a Championship Game, a format that will be used for the third consecutive year. . . . . . . .MORE
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EUROLEAGUE - 05-18-15

Andres Nocioni came to Real Madrid over the summer to help lead the club to glory and he made good on that at the 2015 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four. Nocioni was voted bwin MVP of the Final Four by accredited Media at the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Championship Game at Barclaycard Center after a pair of impressive showings that proved decisive in Los Blancos claiming their first continental championship in 20 years. . . . . . . .MORE
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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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SUPER Early Top 25
The early entry draft deadline has passed and recruiting classes are more solidified, so there now is a clearer picture for what the preseason polls will look like in November.
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CANCUN CHALLENGE - 05-21-15

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Lenoir-Rhyne - 5-20-15
Lenoir-Rhyne announced the hiring of Ryan Odom as their new head basketball coach.
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BUFFALO - 5-19-15
Buffalo named former ACC Player of the Year and First Round NBA Draft Pick Julius Hodge Director of Player Development
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MEMPHIS - 5-18-18
Arizona assistant Damon Stoudamire has reached an agreement to leave his alma mater and return to Memphis as an assistant on Josh Pastner's staff, a source told CBSSports.com on Monday.
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KENT STATE - 5-18-15
Kent State University men's basketball coach Rob Senderoff has agreed to a five-year contract extension through the 2020-21 season, Kent State Director of Athletics Joel Nielsen announced on Monday.
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