Olympiacos needs 5 more blocks to reach 1,000 in competition history. It will become the fourth team to do so after FC Barcelona, CSKA Moscow and Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Vassilis Spanoulis needs 6 free throws to become first player to make 800 foul shots in his Euroleague career. He is in second place all-time, one free throw behind first-place Juan Carlos Navarro who has made 795.
Spanoulis is 2 steals shy of becoming the 13th player in competition history with 200 career steals.
Spanoulis needs 67 more points to become just the second person in competition history to reach 3,000 career points.
Matt Lojeski needs 3 more three-pointers to reach 100 for his Euroleague career.
Over his past five Euroleague games, Georgios Printezis has averaged a performance index rating of 24.6 with 19.4 points and 8 rebounds per game.
Twelve different players have appeared in Zalgiris’s starting lineup so far this season; only Edgaras Ulanovas has started every game.
Edgaras Ulanovas has made 12 consecutive free throws in Euroleague games.
Jankunas needs 3 offensive rebounds to become third player to reach a total of 400 for his Euroleague career.
Ian Vougioukas played for Olympiacos during the 2008-09 season, during which he helped the club reach the Final Four. Only Georgios Printezis remains on the Reds current roster from that season.
Vougioukas teamed with Olympiacos players Georgios Printezis and Vangelis Mantzaris on the Greek national team at the 2014 World Cup.
Zalgiris recorded one of its most important victories against Olympiacos. Zalgiris defeated the Reds 87-71 in the semifinals of the 1999 Final Four in Munich en route to the club’s only Euroleague title.