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The Turk Telekom bus crashed into the windshield of the bus ahead of the EuroCup final



Sudden braking, apparently deliberately applied by the driver of the bus transporting Turk Telecom to Spain, caused Erdem Can’s neck injury hours before the EuroCup final against Gran Canaria.

An unpleasant “surprise” awaited Turk Telecom a few hours before the EuroCup final against Gran Canaria, which will give the winning team a ticket to the EuroLeague for the 2023/24 season, when the Turkish club’s coach, Erdem Can, slammed his neck after hitting the windshield of the bus.

The Turkish team suffered quite a bit from the driver of the coach that took them to Spain’s stadium where the final will take place, as it appears to have been turned around on purpose on purpose to lengthen a journey that under normal circumstances should only have taken 10 minutes have.

At the same time, Turk Telecom CEO, Oder Kolsembas, complained that the driver played the music on the bus very loud and didn’t turn it down despite repeated requests from people in the group. That’s why the coach of the Turkish club said, Erdem Can, got up from his seat to again tell the driver to turn down the volume, and appears to have braked sharply – on purpose – causing the Turkish coach’s neck injury after crashing into the windscreen .

“He trained the team with a collar and then went to the hospital on a stretcher. We don’t want to blame the EuroCup or Gran Canaria but unfortunately there is a motive and whoever is responsible for it must be held accountable. We’re working on it, but first of all we hope that our coach is healthy.” Mr. Kolsembas hinted indicatively.

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Ares submitted to the superiority of Gran Canaria, which achieved 10/10 in the EuroCup



Aris suffered a 65-93 away loss to Gran Canaria in Spain. The team led by Jaka Lakovic and holder of the EuroCup trophy achieved 10/10 in the competition.

The owner of the Gran Canaria trophy continued his unbeaten streak in the EuroCup and reached absolute 10/10 by defeating Aris with a convincing 93-65.

Yannis Kastritis’ team fought as best it could and performed admirably in the first part, but had to bow to the superiority of Jakas Laković’s team due to the time.

Roko Prkatsin was the one who stood out for the Spaniards, scoring 13 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals and 1 error in 28’43” of participation. On the yellow-black side of Thessaloniki, Vassilis Toliopoulos scored 18 points, but in In the first part there were 16.

12-0 points due to surprises, 25-9 points due to opponent’s mistakes (ss. Aris fell to 23) and 8-14 points due to second chances.

THE REFEREES: Paterniko, Semes, Celik

THE DECADES: 29-17, 49-38, 72-50, 93-65

GRAN CANARY (Lakovic): Klajic 6, Slaughter 11 (3), Bassas 4 (1/2 three-pointer, 4 assists), Albicci 5 (1/2 three-pointer, 7 assists, 3 turnovers), Prkacin 13 (8 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 Steals), Brusino 6 (1/8 3-pointers, 4 assists, 3 steals), Salvo 11 (2/3 3-pointers, 5 rebounds), Pelos 7 (1), Landesberg 10, Lopez 2 (3 steals), Lammers 11 (4 rebounds, 3 fouls)

MARS (Castritis): Slaftsakis, Toliopoulos 18 (3/4 twos, 2/6 threes, 6/6 shots, 4 errors), Carr 6, Katsivelis 2, Bloombergs 7 (1), Fillios 3 (1/1). Threes, 7 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 errors), Persedis 5 (1), De Souza 10 (5 rebounds), Harrell 2 (4 rebounds, 3 errors), Kalogiros 2, Bankston 2, Galinat 8 (2/6). 2 points, 1/4 3 points, 1/1 shooting, 5 rebounds, 4 fouls)

Gran Canaria team statistics: 22/36 2-point shots, 9/25 3-point shots, 20/25 shots, 34 rebounds (9 offensive – 25 defensive), 25 assists, 14 steals, 11 fouls, 2 blocks

Mars Team Statistics: 19/39 2-pointers, 6/20 3-pointers, 9/11 shots, 32 rebounds (11 offensive – 22 defensive), 8 assists, 6 steals, 23 turnovers, 2 blocks

The next games of the two teams: On matchday 11, Aris hosts Lietkambelis in Alexandrio (12/12, 8:00 p.m.), while Gran Canaria travels to Germany to face Ulm (12/12, 8:00 p.m.).

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Ellis killed the trapped Aris with 0.9 feet left, giving Trento the victory



The injured Aris, who traveled to Italy without Gallinat, Toliopoulos and Sanogo, fought with all his might against Trento, coming back from -15 but ultimately losing 69-67, after a basket by Quinn Ellis with 0.9″.

Aris traveled to Italy without Roberto Gallinat, Vasilis Toliopoulos and Ismael Sanogo and lost to Trento by 15 points (58-43) in the 32nd minute he tied the match (67-67) with 4.2″ to go, but saw Quinn Ellis post the final 69-67 with 0.9″ to play.

Yannis Kastritis’ team, which fell to 3:6 after 9 games in the EuroCup, showed great effort, but failed in the details and missed four free throws in the last minute of the game. Ronnie Harrell was the all-time leader for the Greek team as he recorded 24 points (4/6 two-pointers, 4/5 three-pointers, 4/5 shots), 5 rebounds and 3 in 33’43” playing time Steals scored.

The race

The game was fairly even in the first half (17:17 in the 10th minute and 32:32 in the 20th minute), with Aris taking the pace at his own pace. The only negative point for Yannis Kastritis’ team was the lost rebound battles, as Trento conceded 21 – 9 of which were offensive – without being able to capitalize on them.

With a partial 15:2 in the middle of the third period, the home team escaped with 13 points (47:34). Aris responded with a 7-0 run to bring the score to 47:41, but the home team again extended its lead to double digits (53:43, 30th minute).

At 32′ the gap increased to 15 points (58-43), but with 10 points from Ronnie Harrell Aris was just a breath away at 38′ (65-64). This was followed by a basket by Kamar Baldwin, 1/2 shots by Lefteris Bohorides, excellent defense by the yellow-blacks and 2 missed shots by Andreas Kalogiros.

Andrei Grazulis also went 0/2 from the charity stripe, while Ronnie Harrell hit a 3-pointer and earned a foul with 4.2 inches on the clock. He had 2/3 shots to tie the game (67-67), but it was Quinn Ellis who had the final say, making it 69-67 0.9 inches before halftime.

THE REFEREES: Dragojevic, Juras, Porobic

THE DECADES: 17-17, 32-32, 53-43, 69-67

TREND (Galibiati): Ellis 10 (0/4 three-pointers, 4 rebounds, 5 assists), Hubb 10 (1/9 three-pointers), Niang, Cody 6 (1/1 three-pointers, 4 rebounds), Forey 2, Cook 8, Udom 2 , Biliga 6 (4 rebounds, 6 turnovers), Grazoulis 10 (2/6 3-pointers, 7 rebounds), Baldwin 15 (2/5 3-pointers, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, 3 turnovers)

MARS (Castritis): Slaftsakis 4, Carr 6 (3 rebounds), Katsivelis 9 (1/1 three-pointer, 3 steals, 5 errors), Bloombergs 2 (5 rebounds), Fillios 4, Bohorides 8 (1/4 three-pointer, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals), Persedis, De Souza 8 (4 rebounds), Harrell 24 (4/6 2-point shots, 4/5 3-point shots, 4/5 shots, 5 rebounds, 3 steals)Monk Bankston 2

Trento team statistics: 21/36 2-pointers, 7/28 3-pointers, 6/11 shots, 39 rebounds (24 defensive + 15 offensive), 18 assists, 6 steals, 16 turnovers, 2 blocks

Mars Team Statistics: 19/39 two-pointers, 6/16 three-pointers, 11/15 shots, 29 rebounds (23 defensive + 6 offensive), 7 assists, 16 steals, 15 fouls

The next games of the two teams: On matchday 10 of the EuroCup, Aris will play at home against Gran Canaria (June 12th, 10:00 p.m.), while Trento will host Ulm (June 12th, 9:00 p.m.).

Source: sport 24

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Yogi Ferrell is back in the ABA league, but not for Partizan



Partizan’s courtship of Yogi Ferrell didn’t end in marriage, but the diminutive American guard returned to the ABA league and signed a contract with Buduchnost.

Yogi Ferrell (1993, 1:83 minutes) and Partizan were close to agreeing on a contract for a few months with the option of an extension until the end of the season. However, the former Panathinaikos guard eventually backed down when he saw that Black and White Belgrade’s fans weren’t very keen on the sound of his name.

However, the small winger wanted to leave China and return to Europe, so he reached an agreement with Buduchnost and will therefore play in the ABA League again, as well as the EuroCup.

Last season, while playing for Cedevita, Ferrell averaged 16.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 5.4 assists in 29 Adriatic League games.

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