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Teledeporte retains EuroCup rights

Teledeporte, the sports channel of Spanish public-service broadcaster TVE, has struck a fresh deal for rights to the EuroCup, the secondary club competition of Euroleague Basketball.

The Palco23 website said Teledeporte will broadcast all games featuring domestic Liga ACB teams Unicaja Málaga and Valencia Basket, comprising a minimum of 20 matches for the 2018-19 season.

Last season, Teledeporte broadcast all games featuring Herbalife Gran Canaria while regional broadcaster EiTB covered Retabet Bilbao Basket’s matches.

Fellow Liga ACB club MoraBanc Andorra will again have its EuroCup matches broadcast by Andorran public-service broadcaster RTVA.

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