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Berk Demir and Samet Geyik will be making their EuroLeague debuts with their first appearances this season.
Thomas Heurtel is ranked eighth all-time with 796 EuroLeague assists. Pablo Prigioni (804) is ranked seventh.
Heurtel finished EuroLeague regular season fourth in assists with 5.8 per game.
Tyler Honeycutt is the playoffs leader with 9.5 rebounds per game.
Honeycutt had 9 rebounds in Game 2, tied with Ekpe Udoh of Fenerbahce and Kim Tillie of Baskonia Vitoria Gasteiz for most rebounds in Game 2.
Honeycutt finished fourth in rebounding in the EuroLeague regular season with 7.1 per game.
Bryant Dunston finished fifth in blocked shots in the EuroLeague regular season with 1.1 blocks per night.
Jayson Granger dished 9 assists to lead all players in Game 2 in that category.
Thomas Heurtel set the single-season EuroLeague record for assists both in average (7.92 apg.) and total (190) last season.
Heurtel needs 4 assists to reach 800 for his EuroLeague career.
Heurtel has 796 career assists, and needs 8 more to catch Pablo Prigioni (804) in the seventh place on the all-time EuroLeague charts.
Heurtel needs 1 more steal to reach the century mark for his EuroLeague career.
Bryant Dunston has set a single-season record with 87 offensive rebounds (and counting) this season. Previous holder was Boban Marjanovic (83) of Crvena Zvezda in 2014-15.
Bryant Dunston needs 1 more rebound to reach 600 for his EuroLeague career.
Jayson Granger is 4 assists shy of reaching 400 for his EuroLeague career.
Matt Lojeski suffered a lower-body injury in Round 28 and is not expected to play in this series.
Guard Daniel Hackett will miss the rest of the season due to a leg injury.
Paris Maragkos will be making his EuroLeague debut with his first appearance this season.
Georgios Printezis has scored in double figures in 13 of his last 14 EuroLeague appearances.
Erick Green has made at least 1 three-pointer in nine of his last 11 EuroLeague games.
Vassilis Spanoulis ranks second on the all-time scoring list with 3,322 points, second in assists with 1,121 and is first all-time in free throws made, with 896.
Spanoulis has made 356 three-point shots in his career, which is eighth-most all-time. In front of him is Real Madrid’s Sergio Llull with 362 and counting. Dimitris Diamantidis (372) is in sixth place.
Spanoulis finished the EuroLeague regular season second in assists with 6 per game.
Milos Teodosic of CSKA Moscow and Spanoulis, who ranked first and second in assists, respectively, during the regular season, share the top spot on the playoffs leaderboard with 6.5 per game.
Spanoulis led all players in Game 1 with 7 assists.
Georgios Printezis grabbed 11 rebounds in Game 1, most of any player so far in the playoffs this season.
Vassilis Spanoulis needs to make 4 free throws to become the first player with 900 free throws made in EuroLeague history.
Vangelis Mantzaris needs 3 rebounds to reach 400-rebound milestone for his EuroLeague career.