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Euroleague: Standings after the victories of Olympiacos, Erythro Asteras, Fenerbahce and Villerbaan

Euroleague: Standings after the victories of Olympiacos, Erythro Asteras, Fenerbahce and Villerbaan

Another step up… made by Olympic After defeating Monaco 75-73 at the Peace and Friendship Stadium. “Red and White” ranked fourth in the rankings EuroLeague He coexists (for now) with Fenerbahce and Maccabi. In the Belgrade derby, Red Star was the biggest winner over Partizan with a score of 88-72, while Fenerbahce achieved a resounding victory over Maccabi with a score of 109-74! Vilerbane returned to winning ways after defeating Zalgiris in Lyon with a score of 93-79.

Olympiacos – Monaco 75-73
The “bomb” of the three points by Shaquille McKissic (13 points) 22 seconds before the final, gave “Hawa” the three points and ultimately gave Olympiacos great value and an important victory, with a score of 75-73 against Monaco in the 19th match of the league. EuroLeague. The 'Red and White' defended their home turf and concluded 'Devil's Week' with a '2×2', improving their record to 11-8, while Monaco suffered a second defeat in a row and saw their record drop to 10-9. It was Isaiah Canaan, with 16 points (12 in the second half), who contributed to the “counter-attack” of Olympiacos in the final quarter, while the presence of Alec Peters was also pivotal, with 14 points. (Trip 3/3).

Quarter-finals: 17-21, 34-36, 56-58, 75-73

Red Star – Partizan 88-72

With fire flying around him (Nedović 16 points, Teodosic 13 points with 7 assists, Gentraitis 14 points) Red Star turned the big derby with Partizan into… a party as part of the 19th round of the Euroleague and improved its record to 8-11. The “Reds” of Belgrade, who ended the Devil’s Week with “2X2”, had a total of 6 players with double-digit points, 44% on three-pointers (11/25), and they did what they wanted in the first half, with a difference of 21 points (50-29). Partizan's response (10-9) in the final period reduced the gap to 9 points (67-58), but Gentraitis' three-pointer immediately after that “killed” any hope for coach Zeljko Obradovic's team of achieving more in the match. . Quarter-finals: 24-13, 50-29, 65-48, 88-72

Zvezda Partizan |  Highlights of Round 19 |  Turkish Airlines Europa League 2023-24

Vilerbahn – Zalgiris 93-79

At the Ldlc Arena, Villeurbanne had a terrible night with Lovavo-Cambaro (27 points, 3/4 threes) and Issoufa Vale (22 points, 12 points), easily beating Zalgiris Kaunas 93-79 and breaking the 10-game losing streak. He has been “pregnant” for the past two and a half months. The French – who led 3-16 and remained in last place in the standings alongside Alba Berlin – began to separate towards the end of the third half, and with their absolute dominance in the field of counters (35-24), they reached a fair victory over the “anemic” Lithuanians, who Expect everything from Evans (21 points, 5/7 threes).

Quarter-finals: 23-17, 51-43, 72-59, 93-79

Asvil-Zalgiris |  Highlights of Round 19 |  Turkish Airlines Europa League 2023-24

Fenerbahce – Maccabi Tel Aviv 109-74
Not only did Fenerbahce bounce back from their home loss to Red Star two days ago, but they also made Maccabi Tel Aviv's Wings and Wings stand out in Istanbul, crushing them 109-74 in Game 1 of Round 19 of the EuroLeague and improving. The record is 11-8, placing it in the top four at the moment. Maccabi also fell to 11-8 to conclude “Devil Week” with one win and one loss.
Big game for Tyler Dorsey who stopped at 21 points (3/5 threes), followed by Papagiannis (14 pts, 6 pts) and Motley (17 pts). Nick Calathes scored another 7 points and 7 assists, while only Coulson (13 points) and Baldwin (13 points) were “rescued” from Maccabi.

Quarter-finals: 22-22, 57-31, 80-48, 109-74

Fenerbahce - Maccabi |  Highlights of Round 19 |  Turkish Airlines Europa League 2023-24

Round 19

Thursday 1/4
Fenerbahce – Maccabi Tel Aviv 109-74
Vilerbahn – Zalgiris 93-79
Red Star – Partizan 88-72
Olympiacos – Monaco 75-73

Friday 5/1
Alba – Virtus (20:00)
Valencia – Panathinaikos (21:30)
Barcelona – Baskonia (21:30)
Armani – Bayern (21:30)
The Real – Ephesians (21:45)

SAR 16-2
Virtus 13-5
Barcelona 12-6
Fenerbahce 11-8 (5)
Maccabi 11-8 (4)
Olympiacos 11-8 (3)
Partisan 10-9 (2)
Monaco 10-9 (1)
Panathinaikos 10-8 (5)
Baskonia 10-8 (5)
Valencia 10-8 (2)
Red Star 8-11
Bayern 8-10
Armani 7-11 (2)
Ephesians 7-11 (1)
Zalgiris 6-13
Villerbane 3-16
Alba 3-15
*In brackets are the points of the difference in the tie.

Round 20

Tuesday 9/1
Fenerbahce – Partizan (19:30)
Monaco – Baskonia (20:00)
Bayern – Real (21:00)
Panathinaikos – Ephesus (21:15)
Armani – Alba (21:30)
Valencia – Zalgiris (21:30)
Villeurbanne – Red Star (21:30)

Wednesday 10/1
Barcelona – Olympiacos (21:30)
Maccabi – Virtus (22:00)

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