Post Tagged with: "Russian National Team"

  • JR Holden memoirs available soon

    JR Holden memoirs available soon

    After years of kniving past guards throughout Europe and the world, CSKA Moscow and Russian international playmaker JR Holden has grabbed the pen and will soon be publishing his memoirs in a book called “Blessed Footsteps”. The American-born Holden, once a regular contributor to, takes a look through his […]

  • Interview of the Week – Aug. 27: Russian power forward Vladimir Ivlev

    FIBA basketball, FIBA Europe Youth Tournaments, NBA, one-on-one August 27, 2009 at 2:36 pm Comments are Disabled

      heinnews got some help this week for the Interview of the Week from Nikita Golovanov. The Russian basketball journalist sat down with talented Russian power forward Vladimir Ivlev. They discussed whether Ivlev is a power forward or center; Russia’s poor showing at the U20 European Championship; Russia’s apparent problem […]

  • EuroBasket Women 2009 Diary Part 2

    EuroBasket Women 2009, Euroleague Women June 11, 2009 at 8:56 am Comments are Disabled

      Sorry about the delay in the second entry from Latvia. The Preliminary Round has ended and all the teams, media and organizers have moved from Valmiera and Liepaja to the Latvian capital. And a look back at the first round is probably the best way to start this entry. […]

  • J.R. speaks …

    JR Holden October 27, 2008 at 6:16 pm 10 comments

    Hey, I am JR Holden currently playing basketball for CSKA Moscow. I have been in Europe for 11 years and 7 of them right here in Moscow, Russia.  I started in Latvia, then to Belgium for 2 years, a quick year stop in Athens Greece and then to my second […]


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