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International Notes: EuroLeague, Norris Cole, Terrence Jones, Tyreke Evans


ESPN has secured the rights to stream the EuroLeague playoffs and the Final Four, as relayed by EuroHoops.

All games will be carried on ESPN3, the network’s streaming app.

“I am delighted that all U.S. basketball fans will have the possibility to watch all EuroLeague games on the ESPN platform,” EuroLeague Basketball Marketing and Communications Senior Director Alex Ferrer Kristjansson said. “Globalization is a cornerstone for sports market growth in general and basketball in particular. We are confident that all U.S. basketball fans will appreciate the diversity of our stories and the experience that the EuroLeague delivers during the whole season.”


French big man Alex Sarr, a projected first-round pick, has signed to play with the Perth Wildcats of Australia’s NBL next season, per Jonathan Givony of ESPN.

Sarr, 18, is 7-foot-1 and spent the past two seasons playing at Overtime Elite. He has also played for Real Madrid’s youth team in Spain.

“I’ve been looking for a new challenge,” Sarr said, via Givony. “The OTE experience was great. I had all the resources in the world and improved a lot the past two years. I need to take the next step with my game now; the NBL is what I need.”


  • Former NBA point guard Norris Cole has signed with Puerto Rican club Leones de Ponce. Cole, 34, won championships as a member of the Heat and also spent some time with the Pelicans and Thunder.
  • Former NBA forward Terrence Jones has agreed to a contract with Piratas de Quebradillas of the Puerto Rican league. Jones, 31, has spent time in the NBA with the Rockets, Pelicans and Bucks.
  • Former NBA guard/forward Tyreke Evans has signed with Broncos de Caracas of Venezuela. Evans, 33, has played for the Kings, Pelicans, Grizzlies and Pacers.

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