Euroleague Power Rankings: Jordan Farmar Puts Efes In Top Three

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Jordan FarmarIn the game’s 38th minute, Alba Berlin’s Ali Traore floated one in from six feet to put the Germans ahead of Anadolu Efes 83-81. Down two on the road with the clock hanging around the two-minute mark, the team that we’d all been waiting on to fail had its chance.

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Euroleague Power Rankings: Sasha Kaun, Better Than Ever


In four years as a Kansas Jayhawk, Sasha Kaun never averaged more than 5.6 shots a game.  He needed just six against Panathinaikos to rack up the Euroleague’s weekly MVP award.

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Where Are They Now? From Juan Dixon to Gerry McNamara


Last week, we offered you a glimpse at the stars of yesteryear and where they are today. From Jonny Flynn to Gilbert Arenas, we tracked down some of the names you may have forgotten.

This week, we have more of the same — lost gems, and players we believed would be something more than they’ve ended up.

Regardless of what they’re doing, we’re here to answer a question. The only question that matters.

Where are they now?

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Euroleague Power Rankings: Sonny Weems and The Top 16


With Bo McCalebb underperforming in Turkey, I’m ready to admit it: CSKA Moscow’s Sonny Weems is the best American player in Europe right now.

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Euroleague Update: Mirotic (Still) Rising, Barcelona Not Losing


Last week, a red light gave BC Khimki new life.  This week, Nikola Mirotic, Rudy Fernandez and Real Madrid put on a light show of their own, roughing the Russians up with a Euroleague season-high 104 points on 60 percent shooting.

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