Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkish Airlines Euroleague draws were made with three Turkish teams learning their opponents in European basketball’s greatest club competition
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
Galatasaray visits CSKA Moscow while Anadolu Efes hosts Olympiacos in two Turkish Airlines Euroleague games tonight
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
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.
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Fenerbahçe Ülker plays its final home game in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague...
Anadolu Efes will try to continue its perfect home record when it meets Unicaja Malaga in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague tonight.
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