Champions League Rumors
According to Chema de Lucas, the Dallas Mavericks are monitoring San Pablo Burgos’Jasiel Rivero. The Cuban forward averaged over 9 points and 5 rebounds in 18 minutes per game in Champions League, shooting 53% from the field, 37% from long range and 67% from the foul line.
When a team achieves so much success, the mental aspect of the game becomes more challenging. For example, in soccer Real Madrid has done the unthinkable winning four Champions League titles in five years and they are struggling big right now. What do you see in Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and the rest that makes them keep going every single night? Jonas Jerebko: This is my first year and I know they’ve been through four Finals and won three championships in the last four years but like all I see is guys that are willing to sacrifice for the team. They just want to win. They’re just winners. I don’t see that they are happy or fine with what they have achieved. They want more.
Greek forward Vasilis Charalampopoulos is declaring for the 2018 NBA draft, he told ESPN’s Jonathan Givony. Charalampopoulos, a 21-year old 6-foot-9 power forward, is under contract with Greek powerhouse Panathinaikos but was loaned to PAOK Thessaloniki this past summer, averaging 6.7 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 23 minutes per game in the Greek league and Champions League, shooting 51 percent from 2 and 36 percent from 3.
The Champions League, a new league advertising former NBA stars and executives, is rumored to have a class-action lawsuit served against them. The league, which announced it would be selling team ownership to fans for small nominal fees, doesn’t seem to actually be playing games yet and the people who did buy into the league are rumored to be banding together. According to a source close to the situation, Mark Geragos, a big-time criminal defense lawyer who specializes in class-action lawsuits, is close to forming the class-action suit against the Champions League based on the misinformation. According to the Champions League site, it has over 286 investors and over $126,000.00 dollars invested.
BIG3’s punching back at accusations it broke a deal with a competitor, and it’s now suing that league for defamation. Ice Cube’s BIG3 slapped Champions League with a lawsuit after the CL claimed its league can’t get off the ground and blamed the BIG3 for allegedly breaking a deal with Champions League. In docs, filed by Mark Geragos, BIG3 says the Champions League posted a statement on its website that was a bald-faced lie. The CL said, “The issue is that Big3 violated the agreement that players would be able to play in both leagues even though all the players had prior agreements with the Champions League.”