The longest unbeaten run in almost a decade belongs to everyone at CSKA Moscow, but during the first month of 2015, the biggest fingerprints on that streak were left by the team's newest star, Nando De Colo, Euroleague Basketball's choice as bwin MVP for January. A 27-year-old guard who arrived injured to the club this summer, De Colo has not missed a beat since debuting for CSKA in the third game of the regular season. But in January, De Colo outdid himself. In the span of five games, he matched or set 11 of his own Euroleague career highs and ranked among the 10 best Top 16 players in 11 different statistics.
BREAKTHROUGH WITH JERSEY CAMS
Turkish Airlines Euroleague referees will become the first in sports history to wear micro-cameras in an official game when Real Madrid plays FC Barcelona. The cameras, to be worn on the referees’ uniform shirts, will transmit live images that put fans in the center of the action, giving them the same visual perspectives as the referees.
MAKING OFF POOL DUNK SPOT
They came at mid-season from all over the continent, four Euroleague stars invited to a pool party for roles much different than the ones they play on a basketball court. When the work was done, they became stars off the court, too. Let's look back at the Turkish Airlines Euroleague epic pool dunk, one year later.