February 8, 2023

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Euroleague standings after defeats by Panathinaikos and Olympiacos


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Bad night for the Greek teams, as Olympiacos in Monaco and Panathinaikos in Oaka were defeated by Fenerbah├že in the 18th round of the Euroleague.

An exciting evening at OAKA, with Panathinaikos To be defeated by Fenerbah├že (88-94) in overtime and reach six consecutive defeats. Dimitris Itoudis’ team snapped a five-game losing streak, catching up with Olympiacos, Zalgiris and Baskonia with 11 victories.

At 11-7 it fell OlympicAfter losing away to Monaco (64-60) in its 18th match euroleaguewhich was the first in the second round of the regular season. Piraeus squandered a 14-point lead as Real Madrid overtook Belgrade with a 79-59 win over Red Star saying it was all up to his performance.

Zalgiris triumphed in Bologna, thrashing Virtus with Isaiah Taylor and Akili Polonara in the Lithuanians’ first game without Keenan Evans, while Bayern thrashed Baskonia in Munich, 92-79 to the Basques’ compliment.

Results / schedule of the eighteenth round

  • Red Star – Real Madrid 59-79
  • Monaco – Olympiacos 64-60
  • Alba Berlin – Armani Milano 83-63
  • Virtus Bologna – Zalgiris Kaunas 77-87
  • Bayern Munich – Baskonia 92-79
  • Panathinaikos – Fenerbahce 88-94
  • Villeurbanne – Barcelona 1/11 at 21:00
  • Maccabi Tel Aviv – Partizan 11/1 at 21:05
  • Valencia – Anatolo Efes 11/1 at 21:30

Program of the 19th round

  • Fenerbahce – Bayern Munich 1/12 at 19:45
  • Red Star – Monaco 1/12 at 20:00
  • Alba Berlin – Real Madrid 1/12 at 21:00
  • Virtus Bologna – Olympiacos 1/12 at 21:30
  • Panathinaikos – Maccabi Tel Aviv 1/13 at 21:00
  • Villeurbanne – Valencia 13/1 at 21:00
  • Partizan – Baskonia 1/13 at 21:30
  • Barcelona – Anatolo Efes 1/13 at 21:30
  • Armani Milano – Zalgiris Kaunas 1/13 at 21:30
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