2011 EuroLeague Women
All Star Game on FIBA TV

Some of the originally named EuroLeague Women all star players have had to pull out due to injury: Czech international Katerina Elhotova replaces team-mate Eva Viteckova for team Europe.

Amaya Valdemoro is the second player from Europe to withdraw and will be replaced by Ausra Bimbaite. Katie Douglas will be coming for the Rest of the World in place of Ros Casares team-mate Rebekkah Brunson.

 George Dikeoulakos  © womensbasketball-in-france.com  George Dikeoulakos (in picture) will coach the European team. He is currently head coach of Lotos Gdynia and the national women's team of Latvia.

He will be assisted by Wisla Can-Pack and Spanish head coach Jose I. Hernandez.

László Rátgéber will have the duties of coaching the Rest of the World and will be assisted by UMMC head coach Gundars Vetra.

The three officials selected for the game are: Asa Johansson (Sweden), Fabiana Nitu (Romania) and Grzegorz Ziemblicki (Poland).

Coverage of the event begins at 18:00 CET (17:00 GMT which is in the following time zones 12 AM ET/6 PM CET/3 AM AEST).

You will be able to watch the EuroLeague Women All star game live on: Canal 9 Dos (Spain), EUROSPORT 2, FBTV (Turkey), GSTV (Turkey, RYTAS TV (Lithuania), Sport+ (France), SPORT1 (Hungary), STV (Slovakia) and TVCYL (Spain).

For viewers outside these countries FIBA TV will also stream the game live.
The 30 players representing the two teams are as follows:

Europe Rest of the World
Céline DumercSeimone Augustus
Hana HorakovaSylvia Fowles
Alba Torrens Angel McCoughtry
Sancho LyttleCandice Dupree
Sandrine GrudaMonica Wright
Liron Cohen Sue Bird
Ausra Bimbaite Tina Charles
Elina BabkinaMegan Mahoney
Yelena Leuchanka Catherine Joens
Ewelina KobrynKatie Douglas
Katerina ElhotovaDewanna Bonner
Justyna ZurowskaAlexandria Quigley

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Date created: 08 March 2011

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