7DAYS EuroCup on Social Media

Mar 26, 2020 by Eurocupbasketball.com Print
7DAYS EuroCup on Social Media

During the suspension of play in the 7DAYS EuroCup, everything revolves around listening to authorities and staying at home. It also means reinventing ways to spend time at home and EuroCup clubs and their players have plenty of ideas for these difficult times.

FOLLOW HIM: Alen Omic is on Twitter!

MUST SEE TV: You must see this dance choreography by UNICS Kazan players. No excuses!

Limoges' Nicolas Lang has some reliable help at home, making sure he does his exercises correctly.

COLOR THEM: Nanterre has prepared paper to print and color Taylor Smith, Isaia Cordinier and Youssoupha Ndoye.

EXERCISE: Does not matter how you do it, like Arka's team captain Krzysztoff Szubarga, or Andorra's Nacho Llovet, or Cedevita Olimpija's mascot, but exercising at home should do good for you.

STAY AT HOME: Darussafaka's Berk Demir says that this is a photo of him watching people unnecessarily go outside.

CONGRATS, GOKSENIN!: Galatasaray's sharpshooter Goksenin Koksal has become a father! Congratulations!

THRILL CHALLENGE: Monaco players Will Yeguete started it, and Paul Lacombe accepted the challenge. By the way, that's some view, Paul!

STAYING AT HOME: It is worth repeating because it saves lives. UNICS Kazan head coach Dimitris Priftis, MoraBanc Andorra head coach Ibon Navarro and Umana Reyer Venice head coach Walter De Raffaele and his family have been doing just that – staying at home.

The language does not matter, the message is the same from Reyer guard Julyan Stone, Unicaja's Adam Waczynski and Promitheas Patras: Stay at home.

STAY-AT-HOME BASKETBALL: Unicaja players - and even some of their kids - showcase serious shooting skills in a social media challenge. And Tofas playmaker Baris Ermis's little one is getting there, too.

EXERCISE AT HOME: Staying at home does not mean you cannot exercise. Use props to you liking, like Andorra's Bandja Sy.

SOCIAL DISTANCING: Partizan forward Stefan Bircevic has found a way to stay away from crowds.


LITTLE HUMOR & FUN: It helps to have a sense of humor, and we must find a way to have some fun during these tough times.

NO HAIRCUTS: Social distancing means getting haircuts will have to wait. It's not the first time Ulm's Per Guenther is growing his hair, and he has evidence. Let's take a look.