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Euroleague secures robust fee rise in Turkey amid booming basketball interest

Luigi Datome, #70 of Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul shoots a free throw during the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Round 29 match between AX Armani Exchange Olimpia Milano and Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul at Mediolanum Forum on March 28, 2019 in Milan, Italy. (Emanuele Cremaschi/Getty Images)

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