Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Both Anadolu Efes and Galatasaray lost their first Euroleague Top 16 games as the stage is organized for the first time in a two-groups-of-eight format
Fenerbahçe consolidated its first place in the Euroleague Group A with a hard-fought 74-78 road victory in CSKA Moscow’s fortress. Anadolu Efes lost 78-89 against Brose Bamberg
Galatasaray has sealed a key 78-70 over their Spanish rivals and join archrivals of Fenerbahçe by advancing to the Top 16 stage
The three players involved in the brawl - two from the Greek giants and another from the Istanbul side - were suspended for three games each
Fenerbahçe Ülker’s lost 94-81 on the road against the Catalans while Anadolu Efes easily defeated Strasbourg 88-65
Galatasaray were overpowered by the Euroleague title-holders in a game that was overshadowed by a brawl in the last quarter that led to the expulsion of three players
The Zeljko Obradovic version of Fenerbahçe Ülker has already secured a place in the Top 16 stage after merely six games
Fenerbahçe Ülker has held off Euroleague newcomers JSF Nanterre scoring a 83-66 home win to remain unbeaten in Group A half-way through the regular season
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
The 2012-13 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Top 16 will come to an end with an Istanbul derby...
Anadolu Efes will pursue its slims chances of finishing runner-up in Group E when the Istanbul club travels to Real
Maccabi Electra crushed Beşişktaş 101-58 at Nokia Arena in Tel Aviv on March 28 to break several Turkish Airlines Euroleague records.
Anadolu Efes suffered its second consecutive defeat in the Euroleague Top 16 after a 64-70 home court loss against Unicaja Malaga.