Turkish Airlines EuroLeague champion Fenerbahce Dogus Istanbul reached an agreement with small forward Luigi Datome that will keep him at the club for three more years, the club announced Wednesday. Datome (2.03 meters, 29 years old) averaged 9.2 points and 3.7 rebounds in 33 EuroLeague games last season. He played a critical role in the championship game with 10 points in a 14-6 second-half run that put Fenerbahce in control on its way to winning its first EuroLeague title. Datome finished the game with 11 points and 6 rebounds. In two seasons with Fenerbahce, Datome also led his team to win a pair of Turkish League titles and the 2016 Turkish Cup. He was a 2015-16 All-EuroLeague Second Team selection after his first season with Fenerbahce. Datome previously played five EuroLeague seasons with Virtus Rome and Montepaschi Siena, and also played for Legea Scafati in Italy, Boston and Detroit of the NBA and Grand Rapids of the D-League. He helped Siena win an Italian League title in 2004 and is a regular member of his national team. In 107 EuroLeague career games, Datome has amassed 940 points (8.8 ppg.) and 391 rebounds (3.7 rpg.). He ranks fourth all-time in free throw accuracy at 90.7% (147-of-162).