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Yiannis Bouranis

Yiannis Bouranis is a 27-year-old sports journalist, with a Master's degree in Sports Journalism from Sheffield Hallam University. Yiannis is TalkBasket's Chief Editor and has covered the EuroLeague Final Four (2017 - 2019) and the FIBA Basketball World Cup (2019) as an accredited journalist.
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Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks still on top of the NBA

Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks edged the Boston Celtics at home (98-97) and are still having the best record in the...

Barcelona earns first home win against Baskonia since 2013

Barcelona dominated Baskonia (77-67) on Thursday (21/02) and claimed its first home win against the Basques since 2013. This...

Rick Pitino on Nick Calathes: “He is a tough guy that fights through injuries”

Ahead of tonight's (22/02) game against Khimki, Panathinaikos head coach Rick Pitino referred to the condition of Nick Calathes.

Dirk Bauermann takes over Pinar Karsiyaka

Pinar Karsiyaka took to Twitter and announced that Dirk Bauermann will be the head coach of the club for the next one...

James Harden furious with referee Scott Foster

Following the loss of the Houston Rockets to the Los Angeles Lakers on the road (111-106) on Thursday (21/02), James Harden was...

Brazil advanced to the FIBA World Cup

Brazil dominated the Virgin Islands 104-80 on Thursday and qualified to the 2019 World Cup. Marquinhos Sousa led the...

Estonia stunned Serbia

Estonia shocked Serbia at home (71-70) and created a chaotic situation in Group L, as the Serbians now have to beat Israel...

Armani Milano edged Maccabi Tel-Aviv

In a late thriller in Milano, Armani stood tall and claimed a crucial victory over Maccabi Tel-Aviv (87-83) to boost its chances...

Barcelona dominated Baskonia

Barcelona were unstoppable from the opening tip and easily defeated Baskonia at home (77-67) to maintain a play-off push (14-9).

Anadolu Efes sank Olympiacos

Anadolu Efes rallied past Olympiacos at home (75-65) and came closer to the home-court advantage in the playoffs (18-5).