Turkish Airlines Euroleague
June 20, 2013
bwin Euroleague Fantasy Challenge
Tel Aviv 2004
Qualifying Rounds 2012
NIKE International Junior Tournament
European domestic Cup Champions 2009-10
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Allianz Swans Gmunden
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CEZ Basketball Nymburk
Regal FC Barcelona
Austrian League, Cup champion: Allianz Swans Gmunden
Allianz Swans Gmunden is the Austrian Chevrolet Cup champion! Gmunden lifted its second Austrian Cup trophy in three years by edging Kapfenberg Bulls 68-77 in the title game in Vienna on Sunday. Deteri Mayes paced the winners with 31 points on 5-of-9 three-pointers. Dan Oppland added 12 while Vilius Gabsys and Ian Boylan each had 11 for Gmunden. Mike Schachtner led the Bulls with 15 points. Kevin Nelson and Samuel Knabl each added 12 while Heinz Kugerl had 11 for Kapfenberg. A 0-14 run that Boylan capped with a three-pointer helped Gmunden to get a 14-24 margin after 10 minutes. Gabsys struck three times from downtown to boost his team's margin to 25-40 late in the second quarter. Kapfenberg rallied after the break and 5 unanswered points by Branimir Josipovic gave the Bulls a 58-57 edge with 9 minutes left. Mayes stepped up with 12 points in crunch time, including a big triple that sealed the outcome, 64-73, with 2 minutes left. Gmunden had downed Arkadia Traiskirchen Lions 68-58 in one of the semifinals of Saturday. Mayes led the winners with 23 points, Peter Hutter added 14 and Iam Boylan had 11 for Gmunden. The Bulls topped Oberwart Gunners 79-69 behind 19 points from Knabl.
Belgian League, Cup champion: Base Oostende
Base Oostende won the Belgian Cup for the 12th time in club history on Saturday by routing Spirou Charleroi 75-96 on Saturday night at the Ethias Country Hall in Liege. Dragisa Drobnjak dominated with 21 points, 9 rebounds and 2 blocked shots to lead Oostende, which outscored its rival 31-53 in the middle two quarters to secure the win. Oostende shot the ball well from all ranges and benefited from Charleroi's 17 turnovers. Matt Lojeski added 19 points, Bracey Wright scored 18 and Caleb Green 12 for the freshly crowned cup winners. Jerry Johnson recorded 16 points and 5 assists to pace Spirou, while Brent Wright netted 13 and Dwayne Broyles and Wes Wilkinson tallied 10 points each in defeat.
British League, Cup champion: Sheffield Sharks
The Sheffield Sharks claimed the first title of 2010 in the British League by topping the Chester Jets 89-86 on Sunday in the BBL Cup Final at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham. Mike Cook led the winners with 19 points, Ryan Patton added 17 and Mike Tuck 15. The game MVP came from the losing side. James Hamilton shined with 24 points and 12 rebounds to earn the award. Chez Marks added 22 points in defeat. The Jets took an early 11-18 lead before the Sharks reeled off 11 unanswered points for a 22-18 edge after 10 minutes. The lead grew to 37-26 at halftime and hit 64-48 going into the fourth quarter. But Hamilton fueled an impressive Jets comeback and a Colin O'Reilly triple with a minute-and-a-half remaining made it a 3-point game. Paul Peterson missed crucial free throws that could have narrowed the gap to 1 and Sheffield's Perry Lawson made 4 free throws in the last half minute to wrap up the win and title for the Sharks.
Croatian League, Cup champion: KK Zagreb
KK Zagreb is the Croatian Cup champ again! In the third consecutive year featuring the derby between Cibona and KK Zagreb in the final game, KK Zagreb managed to renew its crown thanks to a 81-74 win on Friday evening in the city of both teams, Zagreb. It is the second cup title for the Yellow team. Luka Zoric led the champs with 24 points and Damir Mulaomerovic contributed 20. Bojan Bogdanovic and Jamont Gordon led Cibona with 17 points apiece, while Marko Tomas added 16 and Luksa Andric had 12. The game started balanced with 8-8, but Mulaomerovic hit a three for Zagreb to put an end to the first quarter, 24-21. However, a 2-11 run by Cibona in the second quarter, allowed them to reach the halftime break leading by 36-40 with Tomas as the protagonist at this point. Zagreb reacted after the break but two straight threes by Gordon still allowed Cibona to hold a one-point lead after 30 minutes, 55-56. The fisrt six minutes of the last period stayed balanced but Mulaomerovic always scored in key points as he made it 67-63 when the end of the game approached. With one minute to go in the game, Zagreb dominated by 76-72 but two Dalibor Bagaric free throws made it 76-74. A Mulaomerovic new basket allowed Zagreb to re-gain the four-point lead, and when Gordon missed a three on the other side, Cibona fouled allowing a new KK Zagreb free throw to fall in, 79-74. In subsequent plays, both Gordon and Bogdanovic missed three-pointers allowing KK Zagreb to emerge victorious.
Czech Republic League, Cup champion: CEZ Basketball Nymburk
CEZ Nymburk is the Czech Cup champion! Nymburk lifted the Czech Cup trophy by thrashing Mlekarna Miltra Novy Jicin 66-48 in the title game on Saturday. Radek Necas led the winners with 13 points. Ron Lewis added 12 while Petr Benda had 10 for Nymburk. Robert Sarovic had 19 points for Novy Jicin, that led 27-29 midway through the second quarter. Sarovic singlehandedly kept Novy Jicin in the game, 37-37, after 25 minutes. Lewis helped Nymburk to get a 45-41 edge after 30 minutes. A 16-2 opening run in the fourth quarter sealed the outcome, allowing all Nymburk fans to celebrate the title. Nymburk had to battle hard to edge Prostejov 70-66 in one of the semifinals on Friday. Michal Kremen and Lee paced the winners each with 16 points. Ladislav Sokolovsky added 11 for Nymburk, that trailed 58-65 with 4 minutes left. Lee had 5 points in a game-saving 9-0 run that Kremen capped with free throws for a 67-65 lead. Lee helped Nymburk to seal the win down the stretch. Novy Jicin downed Synthesia Pardubice 74-89 in the other semifinal. Prostejov finished third due to a 83-77 win against Pardubice on Saturday. Nymburk had thrashed B & W Opava 53-96 in the quarterfinals on Thursday. In other quarterfinal games, Prostejov downed Lokomotiva Plzen 84-62, Novy Jicin overwhelmed Usti nad Ladem 87-51 while Pardubice defeated Decin 85-74.
Dutch League, Cup champion: ZZ Leiden
Zorg en Zekerheid is the Dutch Cup champion! Leiden lifted the Dutch Cup trophy by thrashing Amsterdam 63-88 in the title game in Almere on Sunday. Ronnie LeMelle led the winners with 22 points. Danny Gibson added 18, Monta McGhee had 13 while Seamus Boxley got 12 for Leiden. Patrick Sanders had 15 points for Amsterdam, that trailed all the way since the opening basket. Zorg en Zekerheid got a 18-32 lead after 10 minutes and kept a double-digit margin all the way until the final buzzer. Back-to-back triples by LeMelle sealed the outcome, 54-80. On Friday, Amsterdam rallied from a 18-point deficit in the fourth quarter to force overtime and edge World Class AA Giants in the first semifinal. Alton Mason led the winners with 32 points - 18 in the fourth quarter - while Qaraan Calhoun added 18 for Amsterdam. Brandon Griffin led WCAA Giants with 29 points and 8 rebounds. The Giants led 62-44 after 30 minutes and kept a 76-65 edge with 3 minutes left. Amsterdam trailed 80-73 with a minute to go but managed to force overtime on an incredible three-pointer by Mason. It all came down to the final possession, in which a floating jumper by Dimeo Van den Horst allowed Amsterdam to advance to the final in unbelievable fashion. Zorg en Zekerheid edged GasTerra Flames 75-72 in the second semifinal behind 23 points from Danny Gibson and 18 from Ronny LeMelle. Matt Haryasz led GasTerra with 20 points and 15 rebounds. LeMelle followed free throws with a big triple to fix the final score, as Matt Bauscher missed a desperation shot from downtown at the buzzer.
French League, Cup champion: Asvel Basket
Eric Campbell's three-pointer with 9 seconds remaining lifted Asvel Basket over Entente Orleanaise 70-69 to win the Semaine des As final. The title is Asvel’s eighth French Cup, but first since the start of the Semaine des As format. The reigning French champs also defeated Orleans in last season’s French League final. Mindaugas Lukauskis was named MVP after scoring 18 to lead the winners, but Campbell’s contribution was every bit as important. The forward, who also hit a clutch three in the final minute of Thursday’s quarterfinal victory, was questionable for the final after suffering a leg injury in the semis. However Campbell suited up in the end and came up big when needed. Campbell finished with 11 points and Aymeric Jeanneau added 9 for Asvel. The win comes two weeks after Orleans blasted Asvel 55-76 in the French League. It also marks the second year in a row that Orleans has lost the Semaine des As final. Campbell started strong and pushed Asvel to a 15-5 lead, however Cedrick Banks heated up and paced Orleans to a 31-39 halftime advantage. The lead reached 12 early in the third quarter, but Asvel never quit. Ryvon Covile put Orelans up 64-69 with two minutes remaining and it seemed that would be it, but the Asvel defense denied Orleans the rest of the way, Rawle Marshall’s basket-plus foul narrowed the gap to 2 and set the stage for Campbell’s clutch triple for the game and the title. Banks led Orleans with 14 points, Austin Nichols had 11 and Covile and Toby Dobbins netted 10 each.
German League, Cup champion: Brose Baskets
Brose Baskets is the German Cup champion! Brose Baskets lifted its second German Cup trophy - its first since 1992 - by edging Deutsche Bank Skyliners 76-75 in the title game in Frankfurt on Sunday. Predrag Suput paced the winners with 26 points and 8 rebounds. Anton Gavel added 13 while Elton Brown had 12 for Brose. Dragan Labovic had 20 points for the Skyliners while Aubrey Reese added 14. Suput had 12 points in a 20-7 opening run and a three-pointer by Robert Garrett kept his team way ahead, 25-12, after 10 minutes. Labovic singlehandedly managed to bring the Skyliners back to life but Suput and Brown restored a double-digit Brose lead, 43-32, at halftime. Brose kept a safe lead for the best part of the second half and Brian Roberts gave his team a 74-63 edge with 1:20 left. The Skyliners were not done, as Reese, Pascal Roller and Jimmy McKinney got their team within 74-72 with 7 seconds left. Suput sealed the outcome with free throws, as a final triple by Reese was too little, too late for the Skyliners.
Greek League, Cup champion: Olympiacos
Olympiacos Pireaus is the new Greek Cup champion after defeating Panathinaikos 68-64 on Saturday to halt their archrival's five-year streak of lifting the trophy as well as its 24-win streak in the tournament. This is the first title for Olympiacos in eight years and the eighth cup title overall. The Reds threw down some serious defense in the middle quarters, limiting Panathinaikos to just 24 points in 20 minutes, then held on for the victory, their first cup title since 2002. Once again, Olympiacos was led by its youngest player in uniform, 22-year-old point guard Milos Teodosic, who poured in 22 points and and dished 4 assists. Linas Kleiza followed with 12 points and 8 rebounds, as the Reds won the battle of the 40-30, including 17 on the offensive glass. Kleiza also had 4 steals to go with 5 by Theodoros Papaloukas as the Reds doubled Panathinaikos in that category. For the Greens, Nikola Pekovic and Dmitris Diamantidis scored 12 points each, while Mike Batiste had a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds, while Drew Nicholas added 10 points. Olympiacos run a 8-0 in the second period and led 35-29. They were six points ahead, 37-31 at the halftime break and soared up to 48-38 as Teodosic hit twice from the arc. The Greens tried to react, but they didn’t have enough energy, so the Reds extended the margin to 63-52 with three minutes to go for the end. Panathinaikos run a 0-7 for 63-59 and also cut the margin to 66-64, but Teodosic scored 2 for 2 free throws to seal the victory of his team and make their fans to start the big celebration.
Israeli League, Cup champion: Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv
Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv returned the Israeli Cup to its cabinet following a 77-70 win over Bnei Hasharon in a thrilling final game at Nokia Arena on Thursday night in Tel Aviv. The cup is back in Tel Aviv after three years elsewhere, but it was anything but easy. Bnei Hasharon's coach, Dan Shamir – a former assistant to Pini Gershon at Maccabi – had never lost a cup game as a head coach coming to the game. He won the trophy in back-to-back years with Hapoel Jerusalem in 2007 and 2008. Maccabi captain Derrick Sharp lifted the 37th Israeli Cup in club history after coming off the bench to nail key points from the arc before sealing the final score from the foul line. Bnei Hasharon entered the last five minutes of the game just 1 point behind but never found the way to take the lead after trailing from the second minute of the game and chasing Maccabi all night long. David Bluthenthal led Maccabi with 14 points, followed by 12 and 5 rebounds from Alan Anderson, 11 and 9 assists by Andrew Wisniewski, 10 by Guy Pnini and D'or Fischer had a good performance with 8 points, 12 rebounds and 4 blocks. Bnei Hasharon saw Shawn James in a big night reaching 20 points and 12 rebounds, Ori Itchaki with 17 while Sam Clancy added 10.
Italian League, Cup champion: Montepaschi Siena
Already well-versed at winning consecutive national titles, Montepaschi Siena also took its second Italian Cup title in a row on Sunday by downing Canadian Solar Bolgona 83-75 in their final rematch in Avellino. A year earlier it had been a one-point win by Montepaschi for its first cup title. This time, after Bologna got close early in the second half, Montepaschi pulled away to double-digit leads again, only to have to make sure at the end with free throws. Shaun Stonerook was the big gun with 19 points and 4 steals for the winners. Romain Sato followed with 15 points, while David Hawkins had 12 and Henry Domercant 10. Petteri Koponen scored 19 points and DAvid Moss 18 for Bologna. Montepaschi struggled to score early but its defense gave it a 14-8 lead that stretched to 32-24 late in the first half. With a triple before halftime and the first 4 points after it, Bologna drew within 38-37. Stonerook kept the lead in Montepaschi's hands, while Sato, Hawkins and Domercant restored it to double-digits before the end of the third quarter. Bologna rallied late with an 4-11 run that cut the difference to 75-70 in the next-to-last minute, but Montepaschi made its free throws to regain the cup crown!
Lithuanian League, Cup champion: Lietuvos Rytas
Lietuvos Rytas is the new Lithuanian Cup champ! In a much disputed title game on Saturday, L. Rytas managed to succeed in the end by downing archrival Zalgiris by 77-65. Martynas Gecevicius and Milko Bjelica led the winners with 18 points apiece while Arturas Jomantas and Kenan Bajramovic posted 14 each. For Zalgiris, Tadas Klimavicius led the way with 21 points, Martynas Pocius added 15 and Marcus Brown had 12. The first quarter saw both teams fighting for the lead as neither one managed to take solid leads as Martynas Gecevicius scored to tie the game at 10-10. However, after a few consecutive baskets, Martynas Pocius managed to score for Zalgiris to leave his team ahead after 10 minutes, 19-23. Tadas Klimavicius extended the lead even to six points, but L. Rytas reacted soon and thanks to a solid scoring run, they soon took the lead and even forged a 10-point lead, 40-30. Marcus Brown stepped up for Zalgiris but at thehalftime break, L. Rytas was still leading, 45-37. Travis Watson kept things going in the second half for Zalgiris, as the guests managed to trim the deficit down to 53-48 during the third period. Everything would be decided in the final installment, and Lietuvos Rytas started rolling with a 8-0 run that boosted the score to 61-48 solving half of the deal. Zalgiris managed to rim the deficit down during the following minutes with attempts from beyond the arc, but Lietuvos Rytas managed to contain the rival and dominated in the final minutes to achieve the first title of the season!
Polish League, Cup champion: AZS Koszalin
AZS Koszalin won the Polish Cup for the first time in club history on Sunday by defeating PGE Turow Zgorzelec in the final 75-80 in Warsaw. It was a magical run for the Cinderella team, which is ranked just sixth in the league, but knocked off perennial champion Asseco Prokom (in the semifinal) and runner-up Turow to seize the trophy. Koszalin rode Vladimir Tica and Dante Swanson to a 37-45 halftime lead and pulled away in the third quarter behind a red-hot Swanson to take a 50-71 advantage into the fourth quarter. Turow rallied late and closed the gap to 4 in the final minute, but ran out of time as Koszalin’s players celebrated making club history. Swanson was the hero with 20 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists, George Reese added 17 points and Tica finished with 15 points in 15 minutes. Justin Gray led PGE Turow with 22 points and 6 assists, Michael Wright scored 15, Michal Chylinski 11 and Konrad Wysocki had 10 in defeat.
Serbian League, Cup champion: Partizan
Partizan lifted the Serbian Radivoj Korac Cup for the third straight season after downing FMP 72-62 in the final at Cair Hall in Nis, Serbia. Captain Petar Bozic raised the 11th domestic cup in club history – including eight Yugoslavian Cups – following a hard-fought 30 minutes before Partizan opened things up in the fourth quarter. Partizan started strong and led 8-2, but FMP quickly closed the gap and the game remained close for the remainder of the first three quarters. Partizan led 34-31 at halftime and 50-49 after three quarters. However everything changed in the fourth quarter, as Dusan Kecman started to connect from downtown and the team rolled to a 22-5 blitz to take control of the game for good. Bo McCalebb paced Partizan with 16 points, Kecman was 4 for 4 from downtown en route to 14 points and Aleks Maric posted 10 points and 7 rebounds for a 22 index in just 17 minutes. Miroslav Raduljica led FMP with 18 points and 6 rebounds in defeat.
Russian League, Cup champion: CSKA Moscow
After two seasons without it, CSKA Moscow reclaimed the Russian Cup on Friday night by downing defending champion Unics Kazan by 80-74. Perfect free-throw shooting down the stretch enabled CSKA to hold onto the victory after what had been a close game throughout. CSKA roared ahead early thanks to strong efforts inside but had to fight off an Unics team that never gave up. Ramunas Siskauskas and J.R. Holden combined for 6 perfect free throws in the final 30 seconds, and CSKA was able to avenge its loss in the semifinals of a year ago. Viktor Khryapa led the winners with another stellar all-around performance: 14 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals. Sasha Kaun also score 14 points and took 6 rebounds, while Siskauskas scored 13, Holden and Andrey Vorontsevich 11 each. For Unics, the top gun was Terrell Lyday with 21 points. Maceij Lampe added 18 points and 7 rebounds, while Kresimir Loncar put up 13 points. CSKA took a solid 25-19 advantage after one quarter, and it was much-needed, because the rest of the way, Unics played the Russian champs even. Unics was still threatening until the end, when CSKA put in the necessary free throws to celebrate its fourth national cup since 2005. In the third-place game, Spartak St. Petersburg defeated Khimki 76-74.
Slovenian League, Cup champion: Union Olimpija
Union Olimpija won the Slovenian Cup for the 16th time and the third time in as many years by seeing off Zlatorog Lasko 68-84 in Sunday's final. Gasper Vidmar dominated inside with 28 points and 12 rebounds and Vlado Ilievski orchestrated the attack with 22 points, 7 assists and 5 steals to lead Olimpija to glory. Vidmar scored 5 points as Olimpija jumper out to a 0-7 start and increased the lead to 4-17 after less than five minutes. Vladimir Golubovic's layup made it 10-25 after 10 minutes and the lead grew to 21-46 by halftime as Olimpija cruised the rest of the way. Jaka Klobucar added 9 points and Saso Ozbolt 7 for the victors. Jure Pelko scored 16 and Drazen Bubnic added 15 points and 7 rebounds to pace Lasko in defeat.
Spanish League, Cup champion: Regal FC Barcelona
An all-Euroleague showdown in the Spanish King's Cup final saw Regal FC Barcelona defeat archrival Real Madrid 80-61 behind 14 points from MVP Fran Vazquez for the widest title-game margin in the tournament's history. Barca won the King's Cup title for the 21st time in front of 14,814 fans at Bizkaia Arena in Bilbao on Sunday. Barcelona lifted its fourth King's Cup trophy this decade and climbed closer to Madrid, which leads the all-time standings with 22 titles. Madrid lost the chance to win its first King's Cup title since 1993. It has also lost seven of its last eight finals against Barcelona since 1978. Ricky Rubio and Erazem Lorbek each added 13 for Barcelona. Novica Velickovic and Darjus Lavrinovic scored 11 points apiece for Madrid while Sergio Llull and Rimantas Kaukenas added 10 each. Gianluca Basile downed 2 three-pointers in a 10-0 first-quarter run that gave Barcelona the lead for good, 16-10. A big basket by Lorbek helped Barcelona to get its first double-digit lead, 29-19. Outstanding defense and an unstoppable Rubio helped Barcelona boost its margin to 40-25 at halftime and then again to 51-27 midway through the third quarter behind an outstanding Juan Carlos Navarro. Madrid never recovered, allowing the Barcelona fans to celebrate their team's win long before the final buzzer.
Swiss League, Cup champion: Starwings Basel
Starwings Basel is the new Swiss Cup champion after downing defending champion SAV Vacallo 91-83 after an extra session on Saturday. Vernard Hollins led the way for the winners nailing 25 points, Tony Brown added 18 and Maxime Jacquier and Nenad Delic netted 16 each. Duane Erwin paced Vacallo, which was very close to a three-peat, with 21 points, while Matt Schneidermann added 20 points, Rickey Gibson scored 15 and Nikola Dacevic 14. Vacallo led 20-13 at the end of the first quarter, but 12 consecutive free throws missed in the second gave a 36-29 advantage to Starwings at halftime. The last two quarters the teams exchanged leads and arrived tied at 71-71 at the final buzzer. In the overtime, head coach Patrick Koller's men went on a 20-12 run, showing more consistency and accuracy to take a deserved win and make club history.
Turkish League, Cup champion: Fenerbahce Ulker
Fenerbahce Ulker downed
Mersin Buyuksehir Bld. 72-68 on Sunday to lift the Turkish Cup for the first time since 1967! Tarence Kinsey was named the tournament's MVP after producing 11 points one day after scoring 16 in a semifinal win over rival Efes Pilsen, helping his team break a streak of losing in the semis. In the final,
FB Ulker looked to pull away early as Roko Ukic pushed the team to a 3-11 start, however Asim Pars and Inanc Koc carried Mersin within 20-23 after 10 minutes. James Baron heated up in the second quarter as Mersin forged ahead and led 42-40 at halftime. Nothing changed after the break and the two teams entered the fourth quarter with FB Ulker up 55-56. But Mersin scorer Dominic James went cold in the deciding period and Gordan Giricek upped Fener’s lead to 61-66. Baron trimmed the gap to 3, but Fenerbahce Ulker was able to hold on and secure the trophy. Kinsey, Lynn Greer, Emire Preldzic and Ukic all scored 11 to lead the winners. Baron paced Mersin with 28 points, James added 18 and 6 assists and Koc finished with 14 points and 12 rebounds in defeat.
Ukraine League, Cup champion: Ferro-ZNTU
Ferro-ZNTU is the Ukrainian Cup winner! Ferro rounded a perfect weekend and changed its own history by lifting its first-ever Ukrainian Cup title by beating BC Kyiv 82-74 in the title game on Sunday. Steve Burtt paced the winners with 22 points. Vincent Hunter added 15 and 8 rebounds, Alexander Rybalko had 12 points while Charles Thomas got 10 and 11 rebounds for Ferro. Maksym Pustozvonov led Kyiv with 23 points. Viacheslav Kravtsov and Denys Lukashov each added 17 for the runner-ups. Kravtsov gave Kyiv a 49-56 edge late in the third quarter but Burtt had 9 points in a 19-2 run that put Ferro ahead for good, 68-58, with 5 minutes left. Kyiv kept trying but all Ferro players were celebrating the cup title. Ferro had knocked off Ukrainian League leader Budivelnyk 86-89 in the first semifinal on Saturday behind 24 points from Thomas and 21 from Burtt. Gerrod Henderson led Budivelnyk with 28 points on 5-of-6 three-pointers. Budivelnyk opened the game with an 11-0 run but Ferro recovered and managed to get a 70-78 with less than 3 minutes left. A three-pointer by Khalid El-Amin got Budivelnyk within 86-87 with 10 seconds left. Burtt sank free throws and Henderson missed from downtown at the buzzer. Kyiv topped Azovmash 82-85 in overtime in the second semifinal on Saturday. Dmytro Zabirchenko led the winners with 20 points. Pustozvonov added 19 for Kyiv. Ramel Curry led Azovmash with 33 points while Demetrius Alexander added 19. A three-pointer by Rolandas Jarutis sent the game to overtime, 73-73. A go-ahead triple by Lukashov and free throws by Oleg Saltovets sealed the outcome in the final 39 seconds. In the third place game, Budivelnyk beat Azovmash 87-78 behind 36 points from El-Amin.
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