EuroLeague, Round 2 injury report – News



Anadolu Efes Istanbul

Efes is without Shane Larkin and Tolga Gecim, who will not play against Fenerbahce.

AX Armani Exchange Milan

Vladimir Micov is out for at least three weeks due to an elbow injury.

Kevin Punter will be sidelined for three weeks because of a leg injury.

Crvena Zvezda mts Belgrade

Emanuel Terry has not been registered by the team. He is out due to COVID-19.

Zvezda brought back Taylor Rochestie this week, but he’s not registered either for now.

CSKA Moscow

Semen Antonov, Nikola Milutinov and Janis Strelnieks are sidelined due to COVID-19.

FC Barcelona

Kyle Kuric has not played so far due to a head injury that required surgery.

FC Bayern Munich

Malcolm Thomas did not play last week. His status is uncertain.

Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul

Leo Westermann will miss the game against Efes with a groin injury while Danilo Barthel will be a game-time decision.

Khimki Moscow Region

Stefan Jovic has been sidelined since August due to a leg problem. He is out indefenitely.

Errick McCollum has not been registered yet.

Alexey Shved and Greg Monroe are listed as questionable.

Khimki registered big man Vladislav Odinokor.

Maccabi Tel Aviv

Max Heidegger, Omri Casspi and John DiBartolomeo have not been registered.

Panathinaikos

Panathinaikos was without Howard Sant-Roos, Aaron White and Pierre Jackson in its season opener against Khimki. Their status is uncertain.

Panathinaikos signed Keifer Sykes to a one-month deal and was registered in time to play in Round 2.

Real Madrid

Sergio Llull is ready to get back to action this week with Real.

Jeffery Taylor and Felipe Reyes are still unavailable for coach Pablo Laso.

TD Systems Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz

Zoran Dragic missed the last Spanish League game so he is questionable against Zvezda.

Valencia Basket

Vanja Marinkovic remains sidelined due to a back injury.

Joan Sastre is out for at least two months due to a knee injury.

Valencia registered small forward Josep Puerto.

Zalgiris Kaunas

Patricio Garino returned to action and is ready to play in Round 2.

Marek Blazevic remains sidelined.



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