One of the competition’s longest-standing marks fell at the feat of Andrew Goudelock on Thursday as the Fenerbahce Ulker scorer became the first man in Euroleague basketball history to sink 10 three-pointers in a single game. Goudelock made 10 of 13 tries from behind the arc and finished with 34 points, which also tied the club mark, as the Turkish champs claimed an 86-93 victory over FC Bayern Munich at Audi Dome. Three players had made 9 threes in a single game; the record was first set by Saulius Stombergas, who did not miss a shot for Tau Ceramica at AEK Athens in April 2001. Thomas Kelati tied the record in March 2009 at home with Unicaja Malaga against Rome, but needed 19 shots to do so. Mirza Teletovic of Caja Laboral made 9 of 13 in December 2010 at Zalgiris Kaunas. Goudelock accomplished the feat in just his fifth Turkish Airlines Euroleague game. The reigning Eurocup Final MVP, Goudelock leads the Euroleague in scoring with 21 points per game at the halfway point in the regular season.