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May 8, 2011 - Dimitris Diamantidis, chosen Sportingbet MVP of the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four

dimitris diamantidisDimitris Diamantidis padded his resume as one of the great point guards in European basketball history with his second Sportingbet MVP of the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four award after leading Panathinaikos to its sixth continental title on Sunday. Diamantidis was overwhelmingly chosen Sportingbet MVP by accredited media after recording 16 points and 9 assists in the title game as the Panathinaikos bested Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 70-78. Diamantidis joins Toni Kukoc (1990, 1991, 1993) and Dejan Bodiroga (2002, 2003) as the only players to earn the prestigious honor more than once. He was previously Final Four MVP when Panathinaikos won the title in 2007 in Athens. Read more here.

May 8, 2011 - Diamantidis sets one, ties with Pargo on another assists record

The two All-Euroleague point guards for the 2010-11 season, Dimitris Diamantidis of Panathinaikos and Jeremy Pargo of Maccabi Electra, etched their name into the Euroleague record books as the former’s team beat the latter’s in a thrilling 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four title game on Sunday. With 18 assists this weekend, Diamantidis set a new Euroleague standard for assists in the Final Four. At the same time, both he and Pargo tied the competition record for assists in the title game with 9. Read more here.

May 8, 2011 - Panathinaikos is 2010-11 champ!

panathinaikosPanathinaikos won its sixth Euroleague title on Sunday evening by holding off Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 70-78 in the championship game of the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona. Dimitris Diamantidis starred with 16 points and 9 assists becoming only the third person in history to win Final Four MVP honors twice and setting and tying breaking a pair of assists records along the way. Mike Batiste added 18 points, Drew Nicholas scored 14 and Romain Sato 13 to lead a well-balanced team effort. The win also adds a title for Panathianikos’s Zeljko Obradovic, who was already the winningest head coach in Euroleague history and now owns eight rings – the last five all with the Greens. Panathinaikos’s six titles make it second to only Real Madrid on the list of all-time champions. Panathinaikos controlled the paint, blocking several shots early and keeping All-Euroleague center Sofoklis Schortsanitis scoreless in the first half. Sofo got going for a bit in the third quarter and gave Maccabi a 36-35 lead, but it was short-lived. Read more here.

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May 8, 2011 - Siena takes third place

montepaschi sienaMontepaschi Siena completed an outstanding Turkish Airlines Euroleague season by beating Real Madrid 62-80 on Sunday in the Third-Place Game at the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain. Ksistof Lavrinovic scored 17 points to pace the Italian champs in a game they controlled from start to finish. An early 0-10 lead put Siena in the drivers’ seat and although Madrid never quit, riding a standout showing from Sergio Llull, Montepaschi never faltered. David Moss added 11 points, Bo McCalebb scored 10 and Milovan Rakovic posted 8 points and 11 rebounds for the victors. Llull scored 23 and Felipe Reyes and Ante Tomic added 8 points apiece for Madrid. Read more here.

May 8, 2011 - 2012 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four to land in Istanbul

euroleagueEuroleague Basketball is pleased to announce the city of Istanbul as the home of the 2012 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four. The state-of-the-art Sinan Erdem Arena, which opened in 2010 to host the FIBA World Championships final stages, will host European basketball’s premier event in early May 2012. Euroleague Basketball President and CEO was joined by representatives of two partners in the event, Turgay Demirel, the President of the Turkish Basketball Federation; and Firuz Baglikaya, the President of Detur Group; as well as Istanbul Mayor Kadir Topbas and Hamdi Topçu, Chairman of the Euroleague’s title sponsor, Turkish Airlines, to make the announcement on Sunday at a media conference hours before tip-off of the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague title game at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona. Read more here.

May 8, 2011 - MVP Diamantidis heads 2010-11 All-Euroleague First Team

dimitris diamantidisThe best players of the 2010-11 Turkish Airlines Euroleague season were honored on Saturday night at the annual EFES Pilsener Euroleague Awards Ceremony, held this year at the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC) in Barcelona. Less than twenty-four hours before a new Euroleague champion will be crowned, a who's who of world basketball elite came together to celebrate another exciting season in a one-of-a-kind setting, the MNAC, that already hosted this event back in 2003. Panathinaikos point guard Dimitris Diamantidis was voted the 2010-11 Euroleague MVP after an outstanding season for the Greens and became the first player ever to win three end-of-season awards – MVP, Best Defender Trophy and All-Euroleague First Team – since the awards structure was established in 2005. Diamantidis was joined on the 2010-11 All-Euroleague First Team by the MVP of last season, Juan Carlos Navarro of Regal FC Barcelona, Caja Laboral swingman Fernando San Emeterio, his Panathinaikos teammate, forward Mike Batiste, and center Sofoklis Schortsanitis of Maccabi Electra. It is a first-time honor for San Emeterio, Batiste and Schortsanitis. Navarro was named first team for the fifth time and Diamantidis for the second time. Read more here.

May 8, 2011 - Final Four symposium

ettore messinaEttore Messina, four-time Euroleague champion head coach, and Lluís Martínez-Ribes, ESADE Business School Associate Professor, brought two distinctive but complementary visions to their informal talks on leadership in sport, called Leading to Perform: Leadership Learning From High-Performance Sport. Both speakers emphasized key themes in sports leadership that can be applied to management as a whole: helping players learn how to take personal responsibility; building trust among team members; communicating clearly and effectively and learning from mistakes. For Messina, one of his most vital roles as a coach is to help players learn how to play under pressure, which calls on all those main themes. In fact, he believes the key factor behind the Panathinaikos victory over Montepaschi Siena in the semifinal of the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four was exactly that. Read more here.

May 7, 2011 - Maccabi Electra vs. Panathinaikos, game preview

“Like Panathinaikos, we at Maccabi Electra are extremely happy to make it to the Euroleague final. I think for the fans as well as the clubs, this is another chapter in a great rivalry between two top level teams and two top clubs. We have met many times before and those games have become part of the history of European basketball. I hope tomorrow’s game will be another. Obviously Panathinaikos is a team of great experience, with a great coach and continuity and quality players. These are the things that bring them to the top again and again. We have some of the same qualities, but this team is part new. But we have come together quickly. We have been consistent." Read more here.

May 7, 2011 - Official press conference: Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final

euroleague press conferenceRepresentatives of two very familiar adversaries, Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv and Panathinaikos Athens, held their last session with the media on Saturday in advance of the final 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four game to crown a new champion between them at 16:30 CET at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain. The spokesmen for Panathinaikos on the eve of the final were head coach Zeljko Obradovic, a seven-time former champion, and Kostas Tsartsaris, who has lifted two trophies for the Greens, in 2007 and 2009. Maccabi's representatives at the press conference were head coach David Blatt, who won two previous Final Fours as a head coach, and forward Chuck Eidson, who is looking to win the Euroleague title in his first try. Read more here.

May 7, 2011 - Final Four players praise MVP host city: Barcelona

While the players and coaches of the four teams are certainly the protagonists at the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four, there is a fifth co-star playing a special MVP role all its own this weekend: the host city of Barcelona. From the first act of this four-day celebration of basketball, the opening press conference in the ornate Salo de Cent at the city hall, to the moment when a champion is crowned Sunday at Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona has shown itself to be a capital of sport and culture like few, if any, other cities in the world. It has been a union of a second-to-none weekend of top-level basketball with a host city that put on its own show for the many thousands of guests from all five continents here at the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four. Read more here.

May 6, 2011 - Chuck Eidson sets new semifinals steals record

Chuck Eidson set a new standard for steals in a Euroleague semifinals game with 6 in Maccabi Electra’s 82-63 rout of Real Madrid to reach the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four title game. Eidson, this season’s steals leader, came away with 6 steals in the game, part of an impressive line that also included 19 points and 8 rebounds. The previous record was 5, shared by a former Madrid player, Joe Arlauckas, who did so in 1995 and by Theo Papaloukas, who also had 5 steals in 2007 with CSKA Moscow.

May 6, 2011 - Maccabi Electra routed Real Madrid 82-63

maccabi electraMaccabi Electra Tel Aviv rocked Real Madrid 82-63 at Palau Sant Jordi on Friday night in the second semifinal at the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four to book a spot in the title game. Chuck Eidson scored 19 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and set a Euroleague semifinals record with 6 steals to lead Maccabi to the final, where it will meet old rival Panathinaikos, which defeated Montepaschi Siena 77-69 earlier Friday in the first semifinal. With the win Maccabi, reached the Euroleague final for the seventh time in a dozen seasons, tied Madrid for the most appearances ever in the Euroleague title game with 14 and on Sunday will go for its sixth continental crown, which would be second only to Madrid’s eight. Sofoklis Schortsanitis added 16 points, Guy Pnini 14, Jeremy Pargo tallied 13 and 7 assists and David Blu scored 10 for the winners. Madrid led early, but Maccabi battled back and held a 32-29 lead at halftime. Maccabi then jumped out to an 8-point lead on a spectacular Pargo slam. Madrid closed the gap to 2 and was down just 6 late in the third quarter before Maccabi went on a 13-2 charge to take a commanding lead and coasted the rest of the way, with the lead peaking at 23. Ante Tomic posted 17 points to lead Madrid before going out with an injury and Felipe Reyes added 15 points and 14 rebounds in defeat. Read more here.

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May 6, 2011 - The Greens bested Siena 77-69

panathinaikosPanathinaikos started the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four with a hard-fought 77-69 victory over Montepaschi Siena at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona to reach the Euroleague title game for the third time in five seasons. Nick Calathes scored a career-high 17 points and Dimitris Diamantidis came within 1 of a semifinal record with 9 assists to lead Panathinaikos. Head coach Zeljko Obradovic, the winningest coach in Euroleague history, will go for his eighth crown and Panthinaikos’s sixth on Sunday against the winner of Friday’s second semifinal between Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv and Real Madrid. Siena started strong and dominated the offensive glass to lead for the first quarter-and-a-half. But mounting foul trouble and poor outside shooting hurt the Italian champs and Panathinaikos battled its way back with Calathes, Antonis Fotsis and Mike Batiste all contributing key points for a 40-36 halftime edge. A 9-2 push to start the second half put the Greens in total control and although Montepaschi continued to fight, it never got closer than 5 again. Batiste added 16 points and 7 rebounds and Fotsis scored 14 for the Greens. Meanwhile Rimantas Kaukenas scored 12 for Siena, which is now 0-4 in the Euroleague semifinals. Malik Hairston scored 12 and Milovan Rakovic 10, while Shaun Stonerook amassed 14 rebounds in defeat. Read more here.

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May 5, 2011 - 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four broadcasting worldwide

On the heels of last season's record-setting Final Four audiences, the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four will continue reach a worldwide audience just like its predecessors with a total of 42 broadcasters bringing the games to some 171 countries and territories. Among the many broadcasters, Euroleague Basketball is pleased to highlight the ESPN family, which will show the game in as many as 92 countries, including North and South America, the Caribbean, Africa and Oceania; Setanta, with an audience reaching 49 countries across Africa; Canal+, which is the exclusive rights holder for broadcasts in 11 countries in Europe and Africa and the non-exclusive rights holder in 34 more. Read more here.

May 5, 2011 - 2011 Final Four opening press conference

euroleague press conferenceIn a room steeped in centuries of history, eight central protagonists to the four teams aiming to celebrate at the end of the weekend gathered Thursday at the Salo de Cent in the Barcelona Town Hall for the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four official press conference. The head coach and one player representative from Panathinaikos, Montepaschi Siena, Real Madrid and Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv sat alongside Euroleague Basketball President and CEO Jordi Bertomeu and Barcelona Mayor Jordi Hereu at the dais as a packed hall full of reporters and cameramen documented their thoughts in a spectacular setting. With more than 700 media members on hand for the Turkish Airlines Final Four, the Salo de Cent was filled to capacity with the audience hanging on every word. Built in 1369 and renovated in the 17th century, the Salo de Cent is one of the city’s most storied sites. Read more here.

May 5, 2011 - Euroleague brings new court to heart of Barcelona

euroleagueOne of Barcelona’s oldest districts could become a new hotbed of basketball talent thanks to the refurbished court that was inaugurated Thursday to coincide with the start of the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four in nearby Palau Sant Jordi. In the densely-populated and culturally-diverse Raval neighborhood, basketball aficionados of all ages will be able to play in optimum conditions on Aurora’s Court, located on the west side of the city’s famous boulevard, La Rambla. To christen the new installation, stars from each of the Final Four teams, Panathinaikos, Montepaschi Siena, Real Madrid and Maccabi Electra, were on hand to showcase their skills and provide a mini-clinic for the 57 kids that attended from five area schools eager to learn from the pros. Read more here.

May 3, 2011 - Final Four fun starts at the Devotion Fan Zone!

The 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four is pleased to announce the Devotion Fan Zone, a new addition to European basketball’s signature event designed to further engage the fans in the happenings around the games. A series of games, contests, eateries and shows will be set up by several Euroleague Basketball partners at the Palau Sant Jordi Esplanade, just outside the arena, on all three days of the Final Four. Read more here.

May 2, 2011 - Sony becomes official Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four sponsor

Euroleague Basketball is pleased to announce a new partnership that makes Sony, the worldwide leader in quality electronics, an official sponsor of the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four in Barcelona. Under this agreement, Sony becomes the official provider of technical equipment – including televisions and computers – for the Final Four. Also included in the agreement will be the promotion of Sony goods at the Final Four, to be held May 6 to 8 at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, and player interaction using Sony products. Read more here.

May 1, 2011 - Euroleague for Life, Barcelona, Mondo and Gran Via 2 unite for court refurbishment

euroleague for lifeFor the second year in a row, Euroleague for Life is using basketball to lift spirits in the host city of the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four with a court refurbishment in one of Barcelona's oldest and best-known neighborhoods. On Thursday morning, May 5, superstars from all the Final Four teams will join in the inauguration of Aurora's Court in the heart of Raval, located on the west side of the city's famous boulevard, La Rambla. With the support of Euroleague Basketball official sponsor Mondo, a global leader in sports flooring and installations, and Gran Via 2 , a well-known commercial center nearby Palau Sant Jordi, that has offered its contribution for the celebration of the ceremony , the court refurbishment organized by Euroleague Basketball and the City Council of Barcelona promises local children in Raval and the larger Ciutat Vella zone surrounding it basketball enjoyment that will last well beyond the weekend of the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four. Read more here.

April 28, 2011 - Turkish Airlines presents the Crazy Dunkers to soar into their second Final Four!

The high-flying Crazy Dunkers presented by Turkish Airlines have done it before and now they are back for a second time to thrill the fans at the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four 2011 Barcelona. The rim-rattling French dunk squad, which was among the countless highlights at the 2007 Final Four in Athens, will now perform their heart-stopping, acrobatic array of slams on the courts of Palau Sant Jordi as part of the entertainment program in Barcelona between May 6 and 8. The Crazy Dunkers have brought millions of fans to their feet and set several Guinness World Records with their high-flying stunts over more than 1,000 shows in 20 countries on five continents since 1988. Along the way, they earned a reputation as the best in the world in providing a unique slam dunk show that combines basketball skills, acrobatic exuberance, comedy, rhythm and music. Read more here.

April 27, 2011 - Fans choose Prokom squad as Official Cheerleaders of the Final Four

cheerleadersCheerleaders Prokom, the cheerleading squad that supports Polish League champion and Euroleague regular Asseco Prokom Gdynia, will bring their dancing and cheering talents to the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four as the winners of the inaugural Efes Dance Squad Talent Contest. The Prokom dancers were chosen "Official Cheerleaders of the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four" after receiving 37% of the internet fan vote to beat 10 other cheering squads from Euroleague teams: CSKA Moscow, Efes Pilsen, Lietuvos Rytas, CB Cholet, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Olympiacos Piraeus, Panathinaikos, Regal FC Barcelona, Union Olimpija and Zalgiris Kaunas. Olympiacos’s Red Drops were runners-up with 14%. Read more here.

April 26, 2011 - Real Madrid extends Mirotic through 2016

nikola miroticJust days before its first Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four appearance in 15 years, Real Madrid has announced a new agreement with forward Nikola Mirotic to extend his contract until the end of the 2015-16 season. Mirotic (208, 20) last week was voted the 2010-11 Euroleague Rising Star Trophy winner in a ballot of Euroleague head coaches. Mirotic has averaged 7 points on 44.4% three-point and 84.6% free throw shooting, as well as 3.2 rebounds and 0.5 blocks in 18 Euroleague off the bench this season. In nine games where he played more than 15 minutes - seven in the Top 16 and playoffs - Mirotic boosted his averages to 11.8 points and 5.6 rebounds. Mirotic, who as born in Montenegro but has already played for the Spanish under-20 national team, joined Madrid in 2006 and made his Euroleague debut against Regal FC Barcelona two years ago. Read more here.

April 26, 2011 - Final Four entertainment

Among other things, Catalonia is famous for its art, architecture and athletic feats. Nothing quite captures those three characteristics at once like the ‘castellers’, the region’s traditional man-made skyscrapers, an art form that has already been recognized by UNESCO on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. One of the area’s top groups – or colles – the Minyons de Terrassa, will bring this unique Catalan spectacle to the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four at the Palau Sant Jordi, where they will perform for the entertainment of the fans. Read more here.

April 25, 2011 - Meet the 2011 Final Four teams!

Be sure to check out team, coach, player and legend profiles - plus season stats, bloggers and much, much more - for Maccabi Electra, Montepaschi Siena, Panathinaikos and Real Madrid, the star-studded teams of the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four!

April 22, 2011 - 2010-11 All-Euroleague nominees

all euroleague teamThe wait is over, Turkish Airlines Euroleague fans. Here are your nominees for the 2010-11 All-Euroleague team! Fans and media members have voted to nominate 10 players to the All-Euroleague team, producing a top-level list of nominees for what has been an incredible 2010-11 season. That list is half-filled with 5 out of 10 players who are first-time nominees to the All-Euroleague team. Many thousands of fans from around the world were allowed to cast votes for their favorite or most deserving players, as did media members from each of the countries with Euroleague teams this season. Just as last season, teams that qualified to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four dominated the nominations, with Panathinaikos and Maccabi Electra each having two nominees each, while Montepaschi Siena and Real Madrid had one apiece. Read more here.

April 21, 2011 - Real Madrid's Nikola Mirotic chosen 2011 Rising Star

nikola miroticAfter transforming himself from little-used teenage reserve at the start of the season to a decisive force in his team's drive to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four, forward Nikola Mirotic of Real Madrid has been voted the 2011 Rising Star Trophy winner in a ballot of Euroleague head coaches. Mirotic has shown great potential since Madrid signed him five years ago, but few could have expected the kind of Euroleague impact he started having right before his 20th birthday on February 11. With 16 points in 17 minutes in late January, Mirotic sparked a huge comeback that propelled Madrid to a key group victory in the Top 16. From that point forward, he scored in double-digits during five out of six games, with his three-point shot deciding Game 1 of the playoffs. Madrid went on, thanks to the homecourt advantage Mirotic helped earn in the Top 16, to win the only Game 5 of the playoffs and reach the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four. Read more here.

April 21, 2011 - Euroleague For Life promotes "Basketball for Everyone" at Turkish Airlines Final Four Barcelona 2011

For the second consecutive season, Euroleague Basketball is using the biggest stage of European professional basketball, the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four Barcelona 2011, to promote the Special Olympics movement and the rights of people with intellectual disabilities to be accepted, respected and included in the game of basketball. Under the message of ‘Basketball for Everyone’, 24 Special Olympics basketball players will share center court at Palau Sant Jordi Hall with the four top basketball teams in Europe, Panathinaikos (Greece), Montepaschi (Italy), Maccabi Electra (Israel) and Real Madrid (Spain), who, from Friday, May 6 to Sunday, May 8 will battle for the title of 2010-11 Turkish Airlines Euroleague champion. Read more here.

April 20, 2011 - Dimitris Diamantidis wins sixth Best Defender Trophy

After letting it slip from his grip for just one season, Panathinaikos point guard Dimitris Diamantidis once again owns the Best Defender Trophy after dominating a vote by Turkish Airlines Euroleague head coaches. This marks the sixth time in seven seasons since its inception that Diamantidis has won the award. What's more, since he was a rookie that first year, Diamantidis has been voted the best defender for all except one year that he has played in the Euroleague. The only time he did not receive the trophy was last season, when he finished third in the voting. This season, Diamantidis was the overwhelming top choice of Euroleague head coaches, who gave him more than double the votes of any other player. Although Diamantidis ranked 10th in the competition with 1.6 steals per game and was second among all guards with 3.8 rebounds, his impact is much greater than numbers. Read more here.

April 19, 2011 - Officials for 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four announced

The names of the eight referees who will work the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four in Barcelona have been announced by Euroleague Basketball. The referees selected come from eight different countries and boast a wealth of experience. Two have previously officiated in a continental final and five have refereed the Euroleague Final Four. The full list of referees includes: Matej Boltauzer of Slovenia, Christos Christodoulou of Greece, Luigi Lamonica of Italy, Robert Lottermoser of Germany, Juan Carlos Mitjana of Spain, Zoran Sutulovic of Montenegro, Eddie Viator of France and Grzegorz Ziemblicki of Poland. Lamonica and Mitjana will be working the Final Four for a third time each. Read more here.

April 6, 2011 - Euroleague Basketball establishes Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four schedule

After careful study and consultation with all clubs and partners involved, Euroleague Basketball establishes the definitive schedule of games at the 2011 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four taking into consideration the legal concerns of one of the qualified teams, Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv. With the schedule changes the Final Four games will be as follows:

Friday, May 6

Panathinaikos vs. Montepaschi Siena    18:00 Local Time
Maccabi Electra vs. Winner Playoff C    21:00 Local Time

Sunday, May 8

Third / Fourth Place    13:30 Local Time
Final    16:30 Local Time

The new tipoff time for the title game is 2 hours sooner than the scheduled local time of the earliest recent final, which was 18:40 at the 2005 Final Four in Moscow.
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