G2 Commentary / Articles Of Interest

Adam Silver hints at the possibility of Euroleague teams playing against NBA clubs

NBA is not ruling out an opportunity to potentially add teams outside the league to their in-season tournament. NBA commissioner Adam Silver suggests that EuroLeague or other teams outside the league could play official games against the best teams in the world. This could potentially be part of an in-season tournament that the NBA is...
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The Euroleague seeks American investors to open a franchise in London

Perhaps very few remember, but at the beginning of the 21st century there was a fleeting passage of a British team by the Euroleague, the London Towers. His presence did not last more than two seasons, but already hinted at the interest that the European basketball competition had for having a franchise in the United Kingdom. The...
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Euroleague Basketball: Boom of Viewers

January 12, 2017 | Panorama Luca Scafati directs the structure that helps clubs maximize the profits of the presences to the building. As also happened at the EA7 Milan The accounts will obviously only be done at the bottom, but the new Euroleague basketball format – with a real league with 16 teams with round-trip matches...
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An American in Limoges to help the CSP grow

October 5, 2016 | France Bleu The former president of Portland Trail Blazers is in Limoges. Now president of a consulting firm, it is he who set up the new ticket office of the CSP. But this is only the first step in his collaboration with the club limougeaud. His French partner answers our questions. The...
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Mt. Bachelor Riverhouse Jazz

June 22, 2016 | Source Weekly Putting Bend on the music lover’s map BY ANNETTE BENEDETTI The Riverhouse Jazz lineup includes Tierney Sutton (left), The Yellowjackets (top right), Ravi Coltrane (bottom right) and Mel Brown (center), pictured here with Marshall Glickman, producer of the Riverhouse Jazz series. With Mt. Bachelor and Smith Rock just a short...
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