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If the Orlando Magic can waive Hedo Turkoglu as expected during the off-season then the 34-year old Turkish player could be on his way to Turkish powerhouse Fenerbahce Ulker. Turkoglu who's a Fenerbahce supporter has always indicated openly that he would like to finish his career in his homeland and under the yellow and navy blue jersey. According to daily Sabah newspaper Fenerbahce Ulker General Manager Kemal Dincer said "Hidayet is a huge Fenerbahce fan. If he wants to retire from basketball at Fenerbahce, we're not going to say 'no' to him. We also want him to finish his career here but currently we don't have transfer attempts." - Translation by Mete Aktaş. Sabah

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Fenerbahce Ulker made another addition to their squad before TOP 16 and bought Elan Chalon’s American big man Shelden Williams. Fenerbahce will pay 350.000 € buy-out fee to French side Elan Chalon who still had Shelden Williams under contract. TrendBasket

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The NBA is 0-1 to start the 2012-2013 season. The Boston Celtics, who finished just one game short of winning the Eastern Conference last season, lost to Istanbul's Fenerbahce on Friday, 97-91. The Celtics have lost three in a row dating back to last season, with losses to the NBA champion Miami Heat, and Fenerbahce. CBSSports.com

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Fenerbahce Ulker of Istanbul has received clearance to sign Ilkan Karaman, the Nets' 2012 second round pick, to a three-year contract, giving the Turkish League team two Nets picks at the forward spots. Bojan Bogdanovic, the Nets 2011 pick, plays small forward while Karaman, 6'10" and 255, plays PF. According to some reports, Karaman will have the right to opt out of his deal next July and sign with the Nets. Others suggest his "out" won't come until 2014. Bogdanovic has an "out" this July. Under terms of the CBA, the Nets can contribute more than a half-million dollars to each of the players' buyout packages. There's no limit on how many international contracts an NBA team can buy out. NetsDaily

Emiliano Carchia: Ilkan Karaman to Fenerbahce is now official. The youngster will be a Fener player. Via @Basketdergisi Twitter

August 17, 2012 Updates

Ilkan Karaman will join Istanbul's Fenerbahce Ulker this season, the Turkish team announced Friday. The signing means that the Nets' two "Euro-Stash", Karaman and 2011 pick Bojan Bogdanovic, will both play for the Turkish and Euroleague powerhouse. Karaman, a 6'9.5", 255-pound power forward, signed a three-year deal with Fenerbahce. Under contract terms, Karaman will not be eligible for an NBA buyout until the summer of 2014. Bogdanovic is eligible next summer. NetsDaily

August 14, 2012 Updates

David Andersen signed in the last hours his two-year contract with Fenerbahce Ulker, as reported by Ismail Senol. The Australian forward with Danish passport will be announced in the coming hours by Fenerbahce who agreed on buyout with Siena since weeks (around €800.000). The official announcement is expected soon. Sportando

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In the upcoming days Fenerbahce will announce the signing of David Andersen, as reported by Fanatik.com. The Australian forward with Danish passport comes from Montepaschi Siena who will get around 800.000 euros as buyout. Sportando

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The GM of Fenerbahce Ulker in Turkey confirmed to a local sports site that Bojan Bogdanovic, the Nets second round pick in 2011, will be staying with Fener next season. Kemal Dincer, Fenerbahce's GM, talked with Basketfaul about the personnel market of the Turkish team and noted, "Bojan Bogdanovic will stay with us next season." He also denied a report that Jordan Farmar would join Fener after his buyout from the Hawks, expected later this week. NetsDaily

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