Keith Langford talks the NBA dream, future, and EuroLeague turning into a closed league

Keith Langford will turn 38 next September. In a summer period when several EuroLeague veterans, among them Vassilis Spanoulis and Omri Casspi, decided to retire, one of the continent's most productive scorers keeps going. 

The EuroLeague trophy may be still missing from his collection of silverware, but the experienced slasher has always been capable of delivering the goods whenever required. An injury prevented him from being able to help his former team for the past two years, AEK Athens, in the Greek League playoffs, which provided some consolation to the 2018 Basketball Champions League winners after an underwhelming 2020-21 campaign in all competitions.


  • plans for the next season (0:00);
  • sacrificing titles for money (1:40);
  • accepting the reality of never making the NBA (4:03);
  • differences between the younger and older generations (07:28);
  • not talking with Xavi Pascual before leaving Panathinaikos (9:30);
  • Khimki being on the verge of bankruptcy (11:10);
  • EuroLeague turning into a closed league (12:38);
  • FIBA rules and Team USA's chances in the Olympics (14:58);
  • whatever US squad based on Americans playing in Europe would be a viable solution (16:20);
  • Langford's biggest basketball dream (17:25);
  • what question would Keith ask himself (20:05).

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