(SUMMARY) Olimpia Milano – Fenerbahce Beko match result: 72-82

In the 10th week of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague, Fenerbahçe Beko, one of our representatives, managed to win the match 82-72, coming from behind, despite falling back by 16 points in the second quarter against the Italian team Olimpia Milano.

Fenerbahçe Beko, one of our representatives, faced the Italian team Olimpia Milano on the road in the 10th week of Turkish Airlines EuroLeague. Falling back by 16 points in the second quarter, Fenerbahçe managed to win the match 82-72, coming from behind and gaining the upper hand by 14 points in the match.

Fenerbahce Beko, with its 9th win in its 10th game in EuroLeague, guaranteed to finish the week as the leader with 2 wins over its closest rival. Olimpia Milano’s losing streak at home to Fenerbahce after Anadolu Efes, another representative of ours, went to 6 matches and remained in 3 victories after 10 matches.

Nigel Hayes-Davis scored 22 points in Fenerbahçe Beko, while Marko Guduric scored 11 points, Johnathan Motley and Nick Calathes scored 9 each. Naz Mitrou-Long was the team’s top scorer in Olimpia Milano with 18 points, while Devon Hall finished with 16 points and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot finished the game with 15 points.

Episodes from the match

After Olimpia Milano started the game with Kevin Pangos’ three pointer, Fenerbahçe countered with baskets from Johnathan Motley and Scottie Wilbekin, leading with 3-5 with 7:36 remaining. Afterwards, the home team, which was effective with Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, took the lead 11-5 with 4:28 left. Fenerbahçe Beko was effective with Tonye Jekiri, while Marko Guduric’s hit from the free throw line with 2:20 left the situation 13-10. Milan, who hit three points in a row with Naz Mitrou-Long and Davide Alviti, took the lead by 21-12 with 41 seconds left. The quarter ended 21-15 with Tonye Jekiri’s basket foul.

First period result: Olimpia Milano 21-15 Fenerbahce Beko

Olimpia Milano started the second period very well. The home team got the 35-19 advantage with Nicolo Melli’s basket with 5:18 remaining. Afterwards, Fenerbahçe Beko managed to stop his opponent until the end of the half and caught a 14-2 series. The first half ended 37-32 with Scottie Wilbekin’s three-pointer at the end of the half.

Halftime result: Olimpia Milano 37-32 Fenerbahce Beko

Starting the third quarter well, Fenerbahçe Beko carried the streak they caught in the last part of the second quarter into the third quarter and reached the 37-37 tie with Nick Calathes’ basket with 7:30 left. With 6:56 left, Nigel Hayes-Davis’ three pointer put our representative 39-40 ahead. Fenerbahce Beko, who continued to be active especially with Nigel Hayes-Davis in the rest of the period, managed to go to the last quarter with a 48-58 superiority.

Third period result: Olimpia Milano 48-58 Fenerbahce Beko

Fenerbahce Beko, who scored points with Nigel Hayes-Davis and Devin Booker in the first part of the last quarter, got the lead 48-62 with 8:50 left. Falling back by 16 points in the second quarter, our representative managed to be ahead by 14 points at the beginning of the third quarter. Devon Hall’s three-pointer with 7:57 left Milan down the lead, 55-64, to single digits. With 5:33 remaining after Nigel Hayes-Davis’ three pointer, Johnathan Motley’s hits from the free throw line brought the lead to 14 points with 59-73. Maintaining its superiority in the remaining section, Fenerbahçe Beko won the match with a score of 72-82.

Match result: Olimpia Milano 72-82 Fenerbahce Beko

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