Jasmin Perkovic interview

2020-04-15T21:30:33+02:00

Dagger Basket client , experienced power forward and ex Euroleague player Jasmin Perkovic has just finished his season in Iceland with one of the best teams in the league - Tindastoll. Jasmin, what is your experience playing in Iceland this year? I can say that I am very positively surprised. Everything is well organized.

Jasmin Perkovic interview2020-04-15T21:30:33+02:00

Ivana Matovic retired from basketball

2018-04-29T16:18:27+02:00

Ivana Matovic, one of the best centers in last decade, decided to retire from professionall basketball after 12 Euroleague seasons. Ivana started her pro career in Vojvodina (Serbia) but moved to USK Blex (Prague) during season 2003/04. Next three seasons she spent in Hungary, playing for MKB Euroleasing Sopron. During season 2007/08, she won the

Ivana Matovic retired from basketball2018-04-29T16:18:27+02:00

Miljana Bojovic voted for best player in Slovakia

2018-04-29T16:21:31+02:00

Miljana Bojovic was voted by web page "basket.sk" and basketball fans in Slovakia for the best women player for the season 2013-2014. Ex Good Angels captain was also voted for best point guard in the league and best defender. Last season she lead Good Angels Kosice to 11th Championship, 2nd Mel league championship and Slovak

Miljana Bojovic voted for best player in Slovakia2018-04-29T16:21:31+02:00

Sverrisdottir signed with CCC Polkowice

2018-04-29T16:22:57+02:00

The best Icelandic women basketball player, Helena Sverrisdottir signed one year contract with Polish team CCC Polkowice who were vice-champions of Poland last season. Helena Sverrisdottir played for Aluinvent Miskolc from Hungary during 2013-2014 season and in Fiba Euro cup she average 15.5 ppg, 4.1 rpg and 1.9 apg. In MEL league  she had 13.6

Sverrisdottir signed with CCC Polkowice2018-04-29T16:22:57+02:00

Antic will play for Maccabi Bnot Ashdod

2018-04-29T16:23:37+02:00

Macedonia international Jelena Antic signed contract with Israeli team Maccabi Bnot Ashdod. She signed contract with the team to play Fiba Euro Cup and after the team will be out of that competition, she will be available to sign with any team in Europe. She played two season with ZKK Partizan Galenika and during season

Antic will play for Maccabi Bnot Ashdod2018-04-29T16:23:37+02:00

Palenikova signed two years contract with Piestanske Cajky

2018-04-29T16:24:15+02:00

Young and talented player Terezia Palenikova signed two years contract with Slovak club Piestanske Cajky. During summer of 2014, Terezia played for Slovak U20 national team and she was the youngest player in the squad. She average 9.2 ppg, 4.7 rpg and 1 apg. Last season she played for Petrezalka, team that widraw from Slovak

Palenikova signed two years contract with Piestanske Cajky2018-04-29T16:24:15+02:00

Abdi is the new player of Wisla Can-Pack

2014-08-06T14:57:51+02:00

Farhiya Abdi is the new player of Polish champions and Euroleague women participants Wisla Can-Pack. During 2013/14 season, Farhiya played for Good Angels Kosice where she average 8.2 ppg and 2.6 rpg in ELW and 8.5 ppg and 4.8 rpg in Mel league. During summer, she is playing for LA Sparks averaging 1.8 ppg and

Abdi is the new player of Wisla Can-Pack2014-08-06T14:57:51+02:00

Stejskalova will play for Brno

2014-08-06T13:57:08+02:00

Michaela Stejskalova will play with BK Imos Brno for the season 2014-2015 after spending three years with Czech republic champions USK Prague. Last season Michaela average 4.0 ppg and 1.5 rpg in Euroleague (playing limited number of games due to ankle injury). She had very good European Championship where she was averaging 11.4 ppg, 2.8

Stejskalova will play for Brno2014-08-06T13:57:08+02:00

Sverrisdottir MVP of Small countries European Championship

2014-07-20T12:13:06+02:00

Playing for Icelandic national team in a Small countries European Championship, Helena Sverrisdottir put some great numbers helping her team reaching finals where they lost to hosts Austria. Helena played all four games averaging 17.5 ppg, 9.5 rpg and 4.3 apg in almost 27 minutes per game. She was third leading scorer, third rebounder and

Sverrisdottir MVP of Small countries European Championship2014-07-20T12:13:06+02:00