The EuroLeague Board has suspended the participation of the Russian teams for the 2022-23 season.

Free throws this season

Points made: 13,2
Accuracy: 81,2%
Place in standings: 6
Record max: 30
Record min: 2
Most made FTs: Will Clyburn

The suspension involves three EuroLeague clubs: CSKA Moscow, Zenit Saint Petersburg, UNICS Kazan, and EuroCup team Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar.

You can find the full roster of the 2022-23 EuroLeague season here.

Via the press release:

Teams from the Russian Federation are suspended from participation in the 2022-23 competitions due to events derived from the ongoing war in Ukraine.

The decision is taken due to the increasing difficulties for teams to play games against teams from that country, which include air travel restrictions and prohibitions or other limitations to issuing visas to Russian residents.

This decision also took into consideration similar ones taken by other international team sports organizations like the IOC, UEFA, FIBA, EHF (handball), EHF (hockey), and FIVB, amongst others, as well as statements made by 37 European ministers of sports who asserted that Russian Federation teams should be banned from competing in their countries.

Executive Board members also considered that protecting the integrity and regularity of the competition and the safety of all stakeholders is the ultimate priority and should not be put at risk.

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