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After completion of the 2020-21 season, 18 EuroLeague teams are already aiming for their next challenges. How will their final rosters take shape? Where some of the biggest names in Europe will move over the summer? What is the future of the league MVP Vasilije Micic?

BasketNews is actively monitoring the situations of all 18 EuroLeague clubs and will keep updating their rosters throughout the summer.

Below you will find 18 tables with current situations. Only officially announced players and coaches are added to the rosters, while those who are linked to the club via rumors are being listed in the "Interested" section.

If you have something to add or want to share information with us, feel free to reach us at [email protected].

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Anadolu Efes Istanbul

Position Player Status
PG Vasilije Micic (story) Signed until 2022 +1+1
PG Shane Larkin Signed until 2022
PG Dogus Balbay Signed until 2023
SG Rodrigue Beaubois Signed until 2023
SG James Anderson Signed until 2022
SF Krunoslav Simon Contract option +1
SF Tolga Gecim Signed until 2022
SF Bugrahan Tuncer Contract option +1
PF Chris Singleton Signed until 2022 +1
PF Adrien Moermann Signed until 2022
PF Yigitsan Saybir (story) Signed until 2022
C Filip Petrusev (story) Signed until 2022
C Bryant Dunston Signed until 2022 +1
C Tibor Pleiss Signed until 2022 +1
Coach Ergin Ataman
Expired contract Sertac Sanli (will not return)
Rumored to leave Shane Larkin (has NBA out)

After hitting the season target and winning the EuroLeague championship for the first time in the club’s history, Anadolu Efes is not rushing their off-season moves. As a first step, EuroLeague coach of the year Ergin Ataman’s status was solidified with a two-year extension. 

It is reported that Vasilije Micic will return to Anadolu Efes on a 1+1+1 contract, with an option to leave for the NBA after each season with Efes. Shane Larkin is now a free agent and rumored to be heading to NBA. However, as of this moment, no concrete deals have been announced. Larkin can opt-out of his existing contract (2022) for the jump to NBA, but his future is not clear yet. Efes have also re-signed Frenchman Rodrigue Beaubois for another year.

Nevertheless, renewals with James Anderson and Adrien Moerman showed the club's intention to keep the winning core intact. Chris Singleton, Rodrigue Beaubois, Bryant Dunston, Tibor Pleiss, Dzanan Musa, and captain Dogus Balbay all have existing contracts. It is yet to be announced whether options on Bugrahan Tuncer, Krunoslav Simon, and Erten Gazi’s contracts would be exercised.  

The Turkish spine is also kept with Tolga Gecim, and Yigitcan Saybir as the club announced contract renewals for another year. Sertac Sanli appears as a rare departure, who joined Barcelona on a reported two-year deal. Sanli's spot as a stretch four and/or center is yet to be filled, and currently, not many names were indicated. His overall improvement flourished with crucial mid-range and 3-point shooting contributions as well as floor spacing in the offensive schemes was immensely important on the way to the EuroLeague title.

There were some rumors regarding the addition of Milos Teodosic, who is currently under contract with Virtus Bologna, with a buy-out clause. This hypothetical move was thought to be a contingency plan in case Micic left for NBA but nevertheless, Ergin Ataman reportedly rejected such interest.

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FC Barcelona

Position Player Status
PG Nick Calathes Signed until 2023
PG Leandro Bolmaro Signed until 2023
PG Rokas Jokubaitis (story) Signed until 2023 +2
PG/SG Nicolas Laprovittola (story) Signed until 2023
SG Cory Higgins (story) Signed until 2024
SG Kyle Kuric Signed until 2023
SF Alex Abrines (story) Signed until 2026
SF/PF Nigel Hayes (story) Signed until 2022
PF Nikola Mirotic Signed until 2025
PF Rolands Smits Signed until 2022
PF Sergi Martinez (story) Signed until 2024
C Sertac Sanli (story) Signed until 2023
C Brandon Davies Signed until 2022
C Pierre Oriola Signed until 2024
Coach Sarunas Jasikevicius
Expired contract Pau Gasol, Artem Pustovyi (story)
Rumored to leave Leandro Bolmaro (NBA), Victor Claver (not coming back), Leo Westermann (not coming back), Adam Hanga (not coming back)

After being crowned twice this season (League + Cup), Barca is expected to have little changes on its roster. Pustovyi, Hanga, Claver, and Westermann left. The Catalan team also inked center Sertac Sanli to a two-year deal.

Bolmaro is set to move to the NBA and there is no decision about Pau Gasol's future.

Sanli will replace Pustovyi and Jokubaitis, whose transfer will be made official in the upcoming days, will have a similar role as Bolmaro. Apparently, both switches are good.

The main focus this summer for FC Barcelona is another point guard and a forward. Not big names, but good players to complement a star-loaded roster (Higgins, Mirotic, Davies, Calathes).

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AX Armani Exchange Milan

Position Player Status
PG Sergio Rodriguez Signed until 2022
PG Malcolm Delaney Signed until 2022
SG Jerian Grant (story) Signed until 2023
SG Devon Hall Signed until 2023
SG Davide Moretti Signed until 2025
SG Troy Daniels (story) Signed until 2022
SF Shavon Shields (story) Signed until 2023
SF Riccardo Moraschini Signed until 2022
SF Davide Alviti Signed until 2024
PF Giampaolo Ricci (story) Signed until 2023
PF Luigi Datome Signed until 2023
PF Dinos Mitoglou Signed until 2024
PF Nicolo Melli (story) Signed until 2024
C Kaleb Tarczewski Signed until 2023
C Kyle Hines Signed until 2022
C Paul Biligha Signed until 2022
Coach Ettore Messina
Expired contract Kevin Punter (story), Michael Roll, Vladimir Micov, Jeff Brooks, Andrea Cinciarini (not coming back), Jeremy Evans
Rumored to leave Zach LeDay (not coming back), Pau Bligha, Davide Moretti

AX Armani Exchange Milan has already made official the signings of guard Devon Hall and wings Davide Alviti and Dinos Mitoglou. Hall agreed on a two-year deal, while Alviti and Mitoglou penned three-year contracts.

The dream signing remains an Italian forward Nicolo Melli, who's going to be an unrestricted free agent this summer after the end of his contract with the Dallas Mavericks. The team has also signed ex-NBA player Jerian Grant, who spent last season playing in Greece.

Despite a 1+1 deal still in place, big man Kaleb Tarczewski is expected to leave the team. Also, the positions of Italian players Andrea Cinciarini, captain of the team, and Riccardo Moraschini look unsafe for now, with Milan actively exploring the Italian market. Point guard Davide Moretti, who has seen very limited playing time in his first season in Milan, is expected to leave the team on loan to find more playing time elsewhere.

The American guard Kevin Punter, who was one of the best players on the team, left for Partizan NIS Belgrade, after reportedly signing the largest contract in the history of Serbian basketball.

Veteran players like Sergio Rodriguez and Kyle Hines are expected to remain an integral part of the roster for the next season too. However, Milan will reportedly part ways with big man Zach LeDay.

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CSKA Moscow

Position Player Status
PG Daniel Hackett Signed until 2022
PG Iffe Lundberg Signed until 2023 +1
PG Ivan Ukhov Signed until 2023 +1
PG Alexander Khomenko Signed until 2022 +1
PG/SG Alexey Shved (story) Signed until 2022 +1
SG Marius Grigonis Signed until 2024
SF Will Clyburn Signed until 2022
SF Nikita Kurbanov Signed until 2022 +1
SF Andrei Lopatin Signed until 2022
PF Tornike Shengelia Signed until 2023
PF Johannes Voigtmann Signed until 2023
PF Semen Antonov Signed until 2024
PF/C Vladimir Ivlev (story) Signed until 2022
PF/C Kenneth Faried (story) Signed until December 2021
C Nikita Milutinov Signed until 2023
C Joel Bolomboy Signed until 2022
Coach Dimitris Itoudis
Expired contract Darrun Hilliard, Michael Eric, Janis Strelnieks, Mike James (story)
Rumored to leave  

CSKA Moscow decided to extend Johannes Voigtmann (two-year deal), captain Nikita Kurbanov (1+1 deal), and Russian guard Ivan Ukhov (2+1 deal), while Darrun Hilliard, Michael Eric, and Janis Strelnieks all left the club.

Despite some initial uncertainty, coach Dimitris Itoudis has also signed a two-year extension.

The first real acquisition of the summer for the Russian powerhouse was Lithuanian guard Marius Grigonis, who signed a three-year deal. Hackett, Clyburn, Milutinov, and Shengelia will continue to represent the colors of CSKA Moscow. The Russian powerhouse also added big man Vladimir Ivlev to a one-year contract.

Iffe Lundberg, who joined the team in the middle of the season to replace Mike James, and who initially rejected the contract extension offer made by CSKA in order to explore the NBA market, is now reportedly ready to recommit to the Russian powerhouse.

Kevin Pangos is reportedly among the key targets for CSKA this summer and there's a strong belief that the two sides will reach an agreement. Kevin Punter, another important free agent on the EuroLeague market, was expected to receive interest from CSKA but chose to sign with Partizan NIS Belgrade instead.

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FC Bayern Munich

Position Player Status
PG Zan Sisko Signed until 2022
PG Nelson Weidemann Signed until 2022
PG Joshua Obiesie (story) Signed until 2023
PG Corey Walden (story) Signed until 2023
PG/SG Ognjen Jaramaz (story) Signed until 2024
SG Andreas Obst (story) Signed until 2023
SG Nick Weiler-Babb Signed until 2022
SG Nihad Djedovic Signed until 2023
SG Darrun Hilliard (story) Signed until 2022
SF Vladimir Lucic Signed until 2022
SF Deshaun Thomas (story) Signed until 2022
SF Paul Zipser (story) Signed until 2024
PF Alex King Signed until 2022
PF Gavin Schilling (story) Signed until 2022
PF/C Augustine Rubit (story) Signed until 2022
C Othello Hunter (story) Signed until 2022
C Marvin Ogunsipe Signed until 2022
C Leon Radosevic (story) Signed until 2022
Coach Andrea Trinchieri
Expired contract Wade Baldwin (not coming back), Jalen Reynolds (not coming back), JaJuan Johnson, James Gist, Leon Radosevic, Jason George, DJ Seeley (not coming back), Diego Flaccadori (not coming back), Matej Rudan, David Kraemer (not coming back)
Rumored to leave Robin Amaize (not coming back), Sasha Grant (not coming back)
Interested Roster is completed

The biggest Cinderella story of 2020-21, FC Bayern Munich, is set to start building their team almost from scratch.

Jaylen Reynolds already signed with Maccabi Tel Aviv, Wade Baldwin is also on his way out of Munich, so Germans will need to find new go-to guys.

The German powerhouse re-signed forward Paul Zipser to a new three-year deal.

Most importantly, Bayern managed to keep its architect Andrea Trinchieri for two more years. There is no doubt 51-year-old head coach will build another competitive team, which will push the EuroLeague powerhouses to the edge. It is going to be difficult summer for Bayern, but this organization is in good hands.

Once again, it will be an interesting destination to look for new EuroLeague stars.

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Real Madrid

Position Player Status
PG Carlos Alocen Signed until 2024
PG Nigel Williams-Goss (story) Signed until 2023
PG/SG Thomas Heurtel (story) Signed until 2022
SG Sergio Llull Signed until 2022
SG Fabien Causeur Signed until 2022
SG Alberto Abalde Signed until 2025
SF Adam Hanga (story) Signed until 2023
SF Rudy Fernandez Signed until 2022
SF Jeffery Taylor Signed until 2022
PF Anthony Randolph Signed until 2023
PF Guerschon Yabusele (story) Signed until 2022
PF Trey Thompkins Signed until 2022
C Walter Tavares Signed until 2024
C Vincent Poirier Signed until 2024
Coach Pablo Laso
Expired contract Felipe Reyes (retirement), Jaycee Carroll, Alex Tyus, Nicolas Laprovittola (will not return)
Rumored to leave Usman Garuba (NBA), Carlos Alocen

Real Madrid finished this season without winning either of the three big titles for the first time since 2011. Surprisingly, it was arguably one of the best seasons since Laso took over the bench of "Blancos".

Despite all the injuries and losing Campazzo and Deck, Madrid reached both the Spanish League & Cup finals and was extremely close to eliminating Anadolu Efes out of the Final Four. It would have been a miracle.

Laso has renewed his contract until 2023. Like Itoudis in Moscow, it's weird to imagine Madrid without their prestigious coach.

Real made their first moves to strengthen their perimeter play by signing Thomas Huertel to a one-year contract and Nigel Williams-Goss to a two-year deal.

After those movements, Madrid will try to add another forward. Adam Hanga is reported to have agreed to a two-year deal with Madrid. Abalde may have more responsibility next season.

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Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul

Position Player Status
PG Pierria Henry (story) Signed until 2022 +1
PG Ismet Akpinar Signed until 2022 +1
SG Sehmus Hazer (story) Signed until 2024
SG Nando De Colo Signed until 2022
SG Melih Mahmutoglou Signed until 2022
SF Marko Guduric Signed until 2023
SF Dyshawn Pierre Signed until 2023 +1
SF Marial Shayok Signed until 2022 +1
SF Tarik Biberovic Signed until 2022
SF/PF Metecan Birsen (story) Signed until 2023 + 1
PF Danilo Barthel Signed until 2022
PF Achille Polonara (story) Signed until 2023 +1
C Jan Vesely Signed until 2022
C Devin Booker Signed until 2023
C Ahmet Duverioglu Signed until 2022
Coach Aleksandar Djordjevic (story)
Expired contract Jarell Eddie (not coming back), Lorenzo Brown (not coming back), Kyle O'Quinn (not coming back), Edgaras Ulanovas (not coming back), Alex Perez (not coming back), Johnny Hamilton (not coming back), Kenan Sipahi (not coming back), Berkay Candan (not coming back), Ali Muhammed (not coming back)
Rumored to leave Igor Kokoskov (not coming back)

After a roller-coaster season in the first year of the post-Obradovic era, Fenerbahce Beko rapidly initiated their off-season moves. One of the first positions to reshuffle was the guard rotation where Fenerbahce released Kenan Sipahi, Lorenzo Brown, and their mid-season addition, Alex Perez. Alongside limited scoring contributions from the trio, the backcourt rotation also struggled to keep perimeter defense intact, so this looks like an understandable decision by the technical and administrative management.

On the other hand, the club managed to keep Nando de Colo for another year. His offensive and leadership qualities are indispensable, and the club decided to support his presence with some additional signings. Marial Shayok, who played for Frutti Extra Bursaspor for the second part of the season, quickly became their main offensive force. (18.9 pts, 4.2 assists, 6.9 rebs). Regarding perimeter defense, Ismet Akpinar is a well-known contributor, and besides, he could improve 3-point FG efficiency (hit 41% 3-pointers at Bahcesehir Koleji last season).

Perhaps the most recent addition, Pierria Henry, is the most remarkable signing of the off-season so far. Henry’s pace and agility, alongside his much-improved decision-making skills that were well-exhibit at Baskonia last season, brought an aggressive and more balanced backcourt rotation. Fenerbahce Beko’s rebounding problems kept hurting them for the last 2-3 seasons, and they decided to bolster their frontcourt with Devin Booker, who spent the previous two seasons at Khimki Moscow Region. That move looks like a more defense and rebounding-oriented acquisition. Still, it remains unknown whether his overall contributions would exceed Kyle O’Quinn, another midseason addition that reached well beyond expectations towards the end of the season, both in the EuroLeague and domestic league (BSL).

Johnny Hamilton did not manage to become a central part of coach Igor Kokoshkov’s team, and unsurprisingly, was released after his loan period, alongside Berkay Candan. It was surprising, though, that Edgaras Ulanovas failed to prove his worth at 3-4 positions, given his high work rate, defensive concentration, and occasionally being a post-up threat at Zalgiris. Despite Fenerbahce Beko’s inability to keep its defensive intensity at a high level, Ulanovas could not find a role.

The club also agreed with Dyshawn Pierre on a contract extension, whose contributions remained surprisingly high for both sides of the court through the season. Currently, Fenerbahce Beko appears to be going after Achille Polonara from Baskonia. The 3-4 forward rotation will become much more adaptable to in-game reactionary situations if the transaction occurs. Besides, Polonara could provide more offensive variety and outside shooting threats than Danilo Barthel or Jan Vesely. He could also be crucial to become a remedy for the rebounding problem. Currently, Jarell Eddie’s future with the club remains unclear, and in the following weeks, the club is expected to announce a few more additions.

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Zenit St Petersburg

Position Player Status
PG Shabazz Napier (story) Signed until 2022
PG Denis Zakharov Signed until 2022
PG Conner Frankamp (story) Signed until 2023
PG Andrey Toptunov (story) Signed until 2024
SG Jordan Loyd Signed until 2023
SG Dmitry Kulagin Signed until 2022
SG Billy Baron (story) Signed until 2023
SG Sergey Karasev Signed until 2022
SF Mateusz Ponitka Signed until 2024
SF Igor Volkhin Signed until 2022
SF/PF Mindaugas Kuzminskas (story) Signed until 2022
PF Andrey Zubkov Signed until 2022
PF Maksim Karvanen Signed until 2022
PF/C Jordan Mickey (story) Signed until 2022
PF/C Anton Pushkov (story) Signed until 2023
C Arturas Gudaitis Signed until 2024
C Alex Poythress Signed until 2022
Coach Xavi Pascual
Expired contract Kevin Pangos (not coming back), Austin Hollins (not coming back), KC Rivers (not coming back), Will Thomas, Vitaly Fridzon, Vladislav Trushkin (not coming back)
Rumored to leave Dmitry Khvostov (not coming back)

Kevin Pangos put the EuroLeague powerhouses on hold. One of the best point guards of the tournament is seeking his NBA dream, leaving Zenit St Petersburg in a difficult position. The point guard market in Europe is far from robust, so it will be challenging to find a quality replacement for Pangos. It is clear that Zenit will have to take risks.

Zenit is another trustworthy EuroLeague organization with great coach Xavi Pascual and smart sports director Manos Papadopoulos on board. They will find the best solutions for any upcoming challenges.

At the same time, Zenit already saved some important players from the previous season, such as captain Mateusz Ponitka, Arturas Gudaitis, and Alex Poythress. They signed two well-known Russian names Dmitry Kulagin and Sergey Karasev. Also, VTB runners-up added Jordan Loyd and Conner Frankamp to their backcourt.

Jordan Mickey inked a one-year deal with the team and will Will Thomas. However, the most important moves for the point guard and forward positions are still to come.


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Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz

Position Player Status
PG Jayson Granger (story) Signed until 2022 + 1
PG Arturs Kurucs Signed until 2023
SG Sander Raieste Signed until 2024
SG Wade Baldwin IV (story) Signed until 2022
SG Vanja Marinkovic (story) Signed until 2024
SG Miguel Gonzalez Signed until 2024
SG Alex Barrera (story) Signed a temporary contract
SF Rokas Giedraitis (story) Signed until 2023
SF Tadas Sedekerskis (story) Signed until 2024
SF Simone Fontecchio (story) Signed until 2024
SF Pavel Savkov Signed until 2024
PF Alec Peters Contract option +1
PF Ondrej Hanzlik Signed until 2024
PF/C Matt Costello (story) Signed until 2024
C Landry Nnoko (story) Signed until 2022
Coach Dusko Ivanovic
Expired contract Illimane Diop (released, story), Pierria Henry (not coming back), Achile Pollonara (not coming back), Quino Colom, Zoran Dragic, Franz Massenat, Youssoupha Fall (not coming back)
Rumored to leave  

Baskonia have once again found themselves in a traditional spot - a summer of changes. They lost Henry and Polonara, who both relocated to Turkey. Vildoza did not finish the season (Knicks) and Giedraitis is willing to try NBA experience. However, the latest intel on Giedraitis indicates that the Lithuanian is staying in Vitoria for another year.

So, the hardcore of Baskonia needs to rebuild. Once again.

Alba Berlin's Simone Fontecchio will be bought out and signed to a three-year deal by Baskonia. The team also brought in Serbian swingman Vanja Marinkovic on a three-year deal.

Baskonia were also able to sign FC Bayern Munich's leader Wade Baldwin IV to a one-year deal.

Matt Costello is a done deal and became the first addition of the offseason for Baskonia. An interesting move to improve the frontcourt. The question now is: who is available or realistic on the market to improve the backcourt?

Let's see how Baskonia manages to surprise us once again.

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Zalgiris Kaunas

Position Player Status
PG Emmanuel Mudiay (story) Signed until 2022
PG Mantas Kalnietis Signed until 2023
PG Lukas Lekavicius Signed until 2022 +1
SG Janis Strelnieks (story) Signed until 2022
SG Arturas Milaknis Signed until 2022
SG Karolis Lukosiunas Contract option +1
SF Niels Giffey (story) Signed until 2022 +1
SF/PF Edgaras Ulanovas (story)
Signed until 2022
PF Tyler Cavanaugh Signed until 2023 +1
PF Paulius Jankunas (story)
Signed until 2022
C Joffrey Lauvergne Signed until 2022 +1
C Josh Nebo (story) Signed until 2022 +1
C Marek Blazevic Signed until 2023
Coach Jure Zdovc (story)
Expired contract Thomas Walkup (not coming back), Marius Grigonis (not coming back), Augustine Rubit (not coming back), Patricio Garino (not coming back)
Rumored to leave Nigel Hayes (story), Martinas Geben (not coming back), Rokas Jokubaitis (not coming back), Steve Vasturia (not coming back), Tomas Dimsa (loan)
Interested Roster is completed

Big-time changes in Kaunas. Previously, they had to rebuild after the end of Sarunas Jasikevicius's era the last season. Now Marius Grigonis and Thomas Walkup, two of the most important Zalgiris players on and off the court, both left green-and-whites.

And upcoming changes do not end here. With Nigel Hayes and Patricio Garino out, Zalgiris will be looking at four new starting five players. Their best sixth man Rokas Jokubaitis is also set to re-join forces with his former coach Sarunas Jasikevicius in FC Barcelona. It is going to be a long summer for coach Martin Schiller and president Paulius Motiejunas, but they already reached halfway.

Veteran floor general Mantas Kalnietis is back to replace Jokubaitis. Niels Giffey and Tyler Cavanaugh will form a solid supporting cast to Zalgiris core players. Meanwhile, the most athletic Zalgiris player in years, Josh Nebo, will bring some highlights and new weapons for the coaching staff.

Two main positions (1-2) remain unfilled and it might take a while. Expect some big moves from Zalgiris organization.

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Olympiacos Piraeus

Position Player Status
PG Kostas Sloukas Signed until 2023
PG Thomas Walkup Signed until 2024
PG Giannoulis Larentzakis Signed until 2023
SG Michalis Lountzis (story) Signed until 2024
SG Aaron Harrison Contract option +1
SG Antonis Koniaris Contract option +1
SG Tyler Dorsey (story) Signed until 2022
SF Kostas Papanikolaou Signed until 2023
SF Shaquille McKissic Signed until 2023
SF Vassilis Charalampopoulos Signed until 2023
PF Georgios Printezis (story) Signed until 2022
PF Aleksandar Vezenkov Signed until 2022
PF Livio Jean-Charles Signed until 2022
PF Vassilis Christidis Signed until 2025
C Moustapha Fall Signed until 2022 +1
C Hassan Martin Signed until 2022
Coach Georgios Bartzokas
Expired contract Vassilis Spanoulis (retirement), Octavious Ellis, Kostas Koufos
Rumored to leave Alexandros Nikolaidis (not coming back)
Interested Matt Thomas

Olympiacos are pretty close to completing their roster. The Reds have already signed Thomas Walkup and Mustapha Fall, while they have a deal with David Lighty from ASVEL Villeurbanne.

The retirement of their legendary leader Vassilis Spanoulis, however, may bring about upheavals. Giorgos Bartzokas will look for another guard to boost the rotation, in addition to Michalis Lountzis (played last season with Promitheas Patras) and Tyson Carter (had an excellent season with Lavrio), who will have a complementary role. Lountzis will likely remain on the roster, while Carter will probably be given on loan depending on whether the team will play in the first division of the Greek League. Kostas Antetokounmpo, should he decide to return to Europe, could be a solution in the paint, presenting a long-term project that the club seems eager to develop.

To sum up, Olympiacos are looking for another player on the perimeter, since Printezis is expected to renew for another (maybe his final) year, while Livio Jean Charles and Hassan Martin are staying with the team.

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Maccabi Playtika Tel Aviv

Position Player Status
PG Scottie Wilbekin Signed until 2023 +1
PG Yiftach Ziv (story) Signed until 2023 +1
PG Keenan Evans (story) Signed until 2022 +1+1
PG Ben Harush (story)
Signed until 2022
PG Oded Brandwein (story)
Signed until December 2021
SG Kameron Taylor (story) Signed until 2023
SG John Dibartolomeo (story) Signed until 2022 +1
SG Dori Sahar Signed until 2022
SF James Nunnally (story) Signed until 2022 +1
SF Max Heidegger Signed until 2023
SF/PF Derrick Williams (story) Signed until 2022
PF/SF Oz Blayzer (story) Signed until 2022
PF Angelo Caloiaro (story) Signed until 2022 +1
PF TJ Cline Contract option +1
PF/C Jake Cohen (story) Signed until 2023
C Ante Zizic (story) Signed until 2022
C Mathias Lessort (story) Signed until December 2021
C Jalen Reynolds (story) Signed until 2023
C Roman Sorkin (story) Signed until 2023
Coach Giannis Sfairopoulos
Expired contract Chris Jones (will not return), Othello Hunter (not coming back), Dragan Bender, Yovel Zoosman, Eidan Alber, Omri Casspi (retired)
Rumored to leave Tyler Dorsey (not coming back), TJ Cline
Interested Dragan Bender, Alex Tyus (story)
By this time last year, Maccabi Playtika Tel Aviv because of the pandemic was still fighting for the Israeli Championship. The late season-ending, as well as late market signings and injuries, left "The Yellows" out of this year's EuroLeague Playoffs contention.
This year is different. Few Maccabi summer targets got away with other teams, but Tel Aviv definitely will have something exciting to offer for the EuroLeague fans the next season.
Former EuroLeague champ James Nunnally signed to a one-year deal, Jaylen Reynolds is back on a two-year contract and many other well-known names, such as Derrick Williams, are close to joining the squad. Maccabi have also signed guard Kameron Taylor to a two-year deal. The team has decided against re-signing point guard Chris Jones, who is now a free agent.
Ioannis Sfairopoulos is starting a rebuild in Tel Aviv, with Othello Hunter and Elijah Bryant out, Tyler Dorsey, and Chris Jones likely to move too. But from the first summer moves it is clear, that although Maccabi will be different, it is going to be a team to watch for sure.
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LDLC ASVEL Villerbanne

Position Player Status
PG Antoine Diot (story) Signed until 2024
PG Matthew Strazel Signed until 2025
PG/SG Elie Okobo (story) Signed until 2022
PG Chris Jones (story) Signed until 2022
SG Paul Lacombe Signed until 2024
SF David Lighty (story) Signed until 2026
SF Charles Kahudi Signed until 2022
PF Wiliam Howard Signed until 2022
PF Raymar Morgan (story) Signed until 2022
PF Kostas Antetokounmpo (story)
Signed until 2023
PF/C James Gist (story) Signed until the end of 2021
C Youssoupha Fall (story)
Signed until 2022
C Victor Wembanyama (story) Signed until 2024
C Matthew Marsh Signed until 2022
C Dylan Osetkowski (story) Signed until 2023
Coach TJ Parker
Expired contract Norris Cole (not coming back), Ismael Bako (not coming back), Moustoupha Fall (not coming back), Thomas Heurtel (not coming back), Guerschon Yabusele (not coming back), Derrick Walton, Kevarrius Hayes, Amiine Noua
Rumored to leave  

ASVEL is guaranteed to be on most scouts' radars after having agreed to sign Victor Wembanyama. The deal with a 17-year-old prospect is not official yet but he is destined to continue his development under Tony Parker’s guidance. The team also brought in an experienced power forward Raymar Morgan, who dominated last season in the FIBA Champions League. Veteran David Lighty will also be back next year and will play in his seventh season with ASVEL.

Wembanyama is one of the most intriguing prospects in the world, being touted as a possible 1st pick in the 2023 NBA Draft.

Other than that, ASVEL is due for some big changes. The French team is set to say goodbye to Guerschon Yabusele, their second-leading scorer from the last season.

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ALBA Berlin

Position Player Status
PG Tamir Blatt (story) Signed until 2023
PG Maodo Lo (story)
Signed until 2023
PG Jaleen Smith (story)
Signed until 2024
SG Marcus Eriksson Signed until 2023
SG Jonas Mattisseck Signed until 2023 +1
SG Stefan Peno Signed until 2023
SG Malte Delow (story) Signed until 2025
SG/SF Yovel Zoosman (story) Signes until 2024
SF Louis Olinde Signed until 2023
PF Luke Sikma Signed until 2023
PF Johannes Thiemann Signed until 2024
PF Tim Schneider Signed until 2022
C Ben Lammers Signed until 2023
C Christ Koumadje Signed until 2023
C Kresimir Nikic Signed until 2024
Coach Israel Gonzalez (story)
Expired contract Aito Garcia Reneses (not coming back), Peyton Siva (not coming back), Jayson Granger (not coming back), Niels Giffey (not coming back), Simone Fontecchio (not coming back)
Rumored to leave  
Interested Roster is completed

With much of the roster coming back for the next season, ALBA is one of the most complete teams in the Euroleague at the moment. It will, however, have to fill a void at the guard position. Tamir Blatt will try to fill that spot after the team brought him back after the loan to Hapoel Jerusalem.

With Peyton Siva, Maodo Lo, and Jayson Granger becoming free agents, ALBA is due for some changes. They also lost their captain in Niels Giffey.

The head coach of the last four seasons, Aito Garcia Reneses, stepped down and was replaced by his former assistant and associate head coach, Israel Gonzalez.

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Panathinaikos OPAP Athens

Position Player Status
PG Yogi Ferrell (story) Signed until 2022
PG/SG Nemanja Nedovic (story) Signed until 2023
PG/SG Kendrick Perry (story) Signed until 2022 +1
PG/SG Daryl Macon (story) Signed until 2022 +1
SG Lefteris Bochoridis (story) Signed until 2022
SF Howard Sant-Roos (story) Signed until 2023
SF Ioannis Papapetrou (story) Signed until 2023
SF Leonidas Kaselakis (story)
Signed until 2022
SF/PF Lefteris Mantzoukas
Signed until 2025
PF Okaro White (story) Signed until 2022 + 1
PF Jeremy Evans (story) Signed until 2022
C Jehyve Floyd (story) Signed until 2022 + 1
C Giorgos Papagiannis Contract option +1
C Vassilis Kavvadas (story) Signed until 2022 +1
Coach Dimitris Priftis (story)
Expired contract Mario Hezonja (not coming back), Shelvin Mack, Aaron White (not coming back), Ben Bentil (not coming back), Ian Vougioukas (not coming back)
Rumored to leave Giorgos Kalaitzakis (story), Zach Auguste, T.J. Bray (retired- not coming back)

The Greens were running late on the coach issue, as the deal with Dimitris Priftis was only announced on June 26, while the Greek League was completed two weeks earlier. The decision to let Oded Kattash go had been made, pushing back the transfer plans. So far, PAO have suffered a significant loss, that of Dinos Mitoglou, who went to AX Armani Exchange Milan, in addition to the departure of Ben Bentil for Bahcesehir.

The acquisition of a Greek passport by Howard Sant-Roos is considered a major development, as it paves the way for six more non-Greek players on the roster. So far, only the Cuban forward and Giorgos Papagiannis are considered 100% certain ahead of the next season. TJ Bray is still under contract, but his signing was Kattash's choice. Dimitris Priftis will have to make important decisions as soon as possible.

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Crvena Zvezda MTS Belgrade

Position Player Status
PG Nate Wolters (story) Signed until 2022
PG Aleksa Uskokovic Signed until 2024
PG Nikola Ivanovic Signed until 2022
PG Stefan Markovic (story)
Signed until 2023
SG Branko Lazic Signed until 2022
SG Ognjen Dobric (story) Signed until 2023
SG/SF Austin Hollins (story) Signed until 2022
SF Stefan Lazarevic (story) Signed until 2022
SF Marko Simonovic Signed until 2022
SF Dejan Davidovac Signed until 2022
SF Aleksa Radanov Signed until 2022
PF Aaron White (story) Signed until 2023
PF Luka Mitrovic Signed until 2023
PF Nikola Kalinic (story) Signed until 2022 +1
C Ognjen Kuzmic Signed until 2023
C Nik Popovic Signed until 2024
C Maik Zirbes (story) Signed until 2022 +1
Coach Dejan Radonjic
Expired contract Jordan Loyd (not coming back), Landry Nnoko (not coming back), Duop Reath, Marko Jagodic Kuridza
Rumored to leave  
Interested Stefan Jovic, Greg Monroe

Having won Adriatic and Serbian leagues, Crvena Zvezda finished this season on a high note but had to say goodbye to their star Jordan Loyd. Landry Nnoko is also not expected to continue in the Serbian capital.

The second-leading scorer from the last season, Corey Walden, is also drawing serious interest among the EuroLeague teams and could leave the team via a buyout.

Other than that, Zvezda’s fans are looking at a roster full of returnees from last season.

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AS Monaco

Position Player Status
PG Leo Westermann (story) Signed until 2022
PG Paris Lee (story) Signed until 2022
PG Rudy Demahis-Ballou (story) Signed until 2022
PG Mike James (story) Signed until 2022
SG Yakuba Ouattara Signed until 2022
SG Danilo Andjusic (story) Signed until 2022
SG Rob Gray (story) Signed until 2023
SF Armel Traore (story) Long-term contract
SF Alpha Diallo (story) Signed until 2022
PF Jerry Boutsiele Signed until 2022
PF Will Thomas (story) Signed until 2022
PF Brock Motum (story) Signed until 2022
PF/C Donatas Motiejunas (story) Signed until 2022
PF/C Ibrahima Fall-Faye (story) Signed until 2022
PF/C Donta Hall (story) Signed until 2022
Coach Zvezdan Mitrovic
Expired contract Matthias Lessort, Dee Bost (not coming back), Jaleel O'Brien, Damien Inglis, Darrall Willis, Willfried Yeguete, Yohan Choupas, Khadeen Carrington (not coming back), Abdoulaye N'Doye, Rudy Demahis, Marcos Knight (not coming back)
Rumored to leave  

AS Monaco are set to make the EuroLeague debut after winning the EuroCup title last season. Despite winning the continent's second strongest division, the French club has a lot to do if they want to stay relevant among Europe's elite.

Only one player from last season, Rob Gray, has a guaranteed contract for the next season. According to BasketNews sources, Monaco was interested in signing Lithuanian forwards Edgaras Ulanovas and Mindaugas Kuzminskas. However, none of these players will be joining the French Riviera club. The team did re-sign Senegalese big man Ibrahima Fall-Faye for one more season. They have also extended the EuroCup Finals MVP Rob Gray for two more years.

Zvezdan Mitrovic, who coached ASVEL Villeurbanne in the EuroLeague a year ago, will continue as Monaco’s bench boss. With him on board, the French club will face its next challenge: fulfilling its roster with EuroLeague-worthy firepower.

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Position Player Status
PG Isaiah Canaan (story) Signed until 2022
PG Marco Spissu (story) Signed until 2022 + 1
PG Georgy Zhbanov Contract option + 1
SG O.J. Mayo (story) Signed until 2022
SG Lorenzo Brown (story) Signed until 2022
SG Vyacheslav Zaytsev (story) Signed until 2023
SG Artem Komolov (story) Signed until 2022 + 1
SG/SF Dmitrii Uzinskii (story) Signed until 2022
SF Mario Hezonja (story) Signed until 2022 + 1
SF/PF Jarrell Brantley (story) Signed until 2022
PF John Brown Signed until 2023
PF Andrey Vorontsevich (story) Signed until 2022 + 1
PF Evgeny Valiev (story) Signed until 2022
C Tonye Jekiri (story) Signed until 2022
C Artem Klimenko (story) Signed until 2022 + 1
Coach Velimir Perasovic (story)
Expired contract Dimitris Priftis (not coming back), Jordan Morgan (not coming back), Jordan Theodore (not coming back), Jamar Smith, Nate Wolters (not coming back), John Holland (not coming back), Okaro White (not coming back), Kostas Kaimakoglou, Evgeny Kolesnikov (not coming back), Pavel Antipov, Pavel Sergeev (not coming back), Will Thomas (not coming back)
Rumored to leave  
Interested Jamaal Franklin (story)

After reaching the EuroCup final last season, UNICS Kazan is returning to the EuroLeague after a four-year absence. They will do so, however, without a man who helped them reach the big stage: coach Dimitris Priftis. Greek specialist left UNICS after four seasons at the helm and the Russian team is in the market for a new coach.

Velimir Perasovic was named the new head coach of UNICS Kazan. The 56-year-old took last year off from basketball. He last coached TD Systems Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz in 2019-20.

The biggest loss of the offseason for UNICS so far is the EuroCup MVP Jamar Smith, who announced he was leaving the Russian club after a four-year tenure. The team will try to make up for his loss with point guard Isaiah Canaan. They also signed Will Thomas and a number of experienced Russian players.

trash page
Really like this. Very clear and good links.
kur Jankunas prie zalgirio?
Maodo Lo, not Laodo Lo :D
Zvezda- A.White
maybe it is possible to mark players in black color who are new to the teams? it would be more understandable
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