Hello and welcome to the ninth week of women's EuroLeague basketball. If you're looking to get caught up on how the league operates and what it's all about, here's a link!

For everyone else, let's jump into Week 9.

Which players are playing in Week 9 of EuroLeague?

All 16 teams are in action, and the following current/former WNBA players (alphabetized by last name) are on EuroLeague rosters:

  • Kayla Alexander, Bourges

  • Yvonne Anderson, Bourges

  • DeWanna Bonner, Mersin

  • Crystal Bradford, Girona

  • Bridget Carleton, Avenida

  • Maite Cazorla, Avenida

  • Lauren Cox, Valencia

  • Temi Fagbenle, Mersin

  • Rebekah Gardner, Girona

  • Chelsea Gray, Mersin

  • Arella Guirantes, DVTK

  • Marie Guelich, Valencia

  • Megan Gustafon, Olympiacos

  • Bernadett Hatar, Sopron

  • Tiffany Hayes, Mersin

  • Ruthy Hebard, Mersin

  • Natasha Howard, Fenerbahce

  • Rhyne Howard, Schio

  • Briann January, Mersin

  • Brionna Jones, Praha

  • Jonquel Jones, Mersin *left the club before the new year

  • Marina Mabrey, Schio

  • Ezi Magbegor, Sopron

  • Stephanie Mavunga, Polkowice

  • Kayla McBride, Fenerbache

  • Erica McCall, Avenida

  • Stephanie Mavunga, Polkowice

  • Emma Meeeseman, Fenerbahce

  • Kim Mestdagh, Schio

  • Astou Ndour, Schio

  • Cheyenne Parker, Bologna

  • Iliana Rupert, Bologna

  • Satou Sabally, Fenerbahce

  • Kylee Shook, Olympiacos

  • Breanna Stewart, Fenerbahce

  • Kiah Stokes, Fenerbahce

  • Brittney Sykes, Sopron

  • Alyssa Thomas, Praha

  • Yvonne Turner, Sopron

  • Courtney Vandersloot, Sopron* yet to play this season

  • Victoria Vivians, Szekszard

  • Erica Wheeler, Polkowice

  • Elizabeth Williams, Mersin* announced to the team Jan. 1

  • Amanda Zahui B, Schio

  • Cecilia Zandalasini, Bologna

Where are those EuroLeague teams located?

  • Avenida (Salamanca), Spain

  • Bologna, Italy

  • Bourges, France

  • DVTK (Miskolc), Hungary

  • Fenerbahce (Istanbul), Turkey

  • Girona, Spain

  • Landes, France

  • Mechelen, Belgium

  • Mersin, Turkey

  • Olympiacos, Greece

  • Polkowice, Poland

  • Praha (Prague), Czech Republic

  • Schio, Italy

  • Sopron, Hungary

  • Szekszard, Hungary

  • Valencia, Spain

Which teams are playing in Week 9 of EuroLeague?

Note: All games will air on YouTube, click the links to bookmark where.

Wednesday, January 11

Thursday, January 12

Where can I bet on women's EuroLeague?

FanDuel typically offers spread, moneyline and point total bets on the games. If you're new to sports betting, The Betting Academy can catch you up on everything you need to know!

As of January 10 at 11 am ET the following lines were available:

What happened last week in women's EuroLeague?

  • Fenerbahce, EuroLeague's most star-studded squad, tore Polkowice apart, 111-61. In her debut, Satou Sabally scored 17 points on 7-of-9 shooting and Breanna Stewart, who also made her first appearance of the season, scored 14 on just 3-of-11 shooting. Emma Meesseman led all scorers with 25 on 11-of-13 shooting, and Kayla McBride chipped in 17 with four 3-pointers. For Polkowice, Erica Wheeler scored 13 points.

  • Mersin's WNBA powerhouse squad of Chelsea Gray, DeWanna Bonner, Briann January and Tiffany Hayes beat Bridget Carleton's Avenida, 85-80.

  • Arella Guirantes's nine points, seven assists and five rebounds helped DVTK squeak out a close, 65-63, win over Marina Mabrey, Rhyne Howard, Astou Ndour and Schio.

  • Ezi Magbegor's 10 points and nine rebounds helped Sopron seal a 71-64 win over Mechelen.

  • Marie Gulich's 17 points and seven boards lifted Valencia over Iliana Rupert's Bologna, 75-73.

  • Rebekah Gardner torched Landes for 15 points on 6-of-8 shooting to lead Girona to a 65-54 win.

  • Alyssa Thomas and Brionna Jones combined for 39 points, 17 rebounds and 12 assists to blow out Szekszard, 95-56. Which league is this again lmao?

  • Megan Gustafson continued her strong showing for Olympiacos with 21 points and 10 rebounds, but Bourges won big time, 81-66.

How to stay in the know on women's EuroLeague?

Subscribe to our Bet On Women newsletter and follow Gaming Society on Twitter and Instagram to stay up to speed. Women's EuroLeague Twitter is also a great resource!

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