Brose Baskets Bamberg will return to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague after a resounding 92-65 home win against ratiopharm Ulm on Sunday completed a 3-0 sweep of the best-of-five German League playoff finals. Bamberg won its eighth domestic title overall and its sixth in seven seasons this decade, including every year except 2014. Ulm held a 38-41 lead on baskets by Chris Babb and Raymar Morgan right after halftime. Bamberg then blasted off on a 23-3 run over 5 minutes to break the game open at 61-44 as Darius Miller, Patrick Heckmann, Janis Strelnieks and Daniel Theis shared 5 three-pointers. Brad Wanamaker had 4 more points in that run and joined Miller as the team's scoring leader with 19 points each. Theis added 12 and Elias Harris 10 points for the winners, while Wanamaker and Nikos Zisis had 6 assists each. Morgan led Ulm with 19 points and 12 rebounds, while Augustine Rubit scored 12. Bamberg became just the third club in German League history to sweep the final series after Leverkusen and ALBA Berlin did so twice each between 1992 and 2002. Bamberg won its last four home games in the playoffs, including two against semifinals opponent FC Bayern Munich, by an average of 23 points.