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Game 3 (Quarter-Finals)

Darussafaka Apr.26 Real Madrid 55%
Anadolu Efes 67% Apr.26 Olympiacos
Baskonia 50% Apr.25 CSKA
Fenerbahce Apr.25 Panathinaiko 53%
Play offs Game 3: 3D repeat himself and Panathinaikos beat Barca for the 2-1 - Apr 16, 2013


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Panathinaikos beat Barcelona with 65-63 and is now leading the series with 2-1 with the chance on Thursday night to book a place in London and the final four. The game was once more like all the games between the two teams, amazing with tough defenses from both sides and with Dimitris Dimitris Diamantidis (196-G-80) doing what he knows better than anybody else in the Euroleague, by scoring both his three pointers (he had 0/4) at the final stage of the game where the ball was too heavy for any other player from both teams (the prove was simply the two missing shots from the charity line by Ante Tomic (217-C-87) at the end of the game).

During the first period, Barcelona started with more mood than the Hellenes and with 2 three pointers by (who else) Navarro took an early lead but Gist and Schortsianitis balance the game and at the first half of the first period the score became 8-6. Right after that Gist called his second foul and replaced by Tsartsaris. With five points by Maciulis and Dimitris Diamantidis and solid game by Michael Bramos (197-G/F-87, college: Miami, OH) and Stephane Lasme (203-F-82, college: Massachusetts), Panathinaikos took a double digits since Barcelon remained at the 10 points in one period, while Panathinaikso ended the first half with 5 of 7 three pointers.

In the second period of the game, Panathinaikos offered the highlight of the game when Dimitris Diamantidis succeeded an amazing assist from down town and the receiver (Stephane Lasme) offered to the Green audience (23.000 people in OAKA) the dunk of the game for the 29-14 which was the bigger difference in the game. Jasikevicius took it personal and with personal points cut the deficit to 33-25 while Jawai beat in all the personal fights in the paint his opponent, Schortsianitis while Lorbek and Ante Tomic were scoring without any problem from the low post. Michael Bramos though, who was once more the top scorer for Panathinaikos with a three pointer helped his team to keep a solid difference of nine points by the end of the first half since Inglishs three pointer at the end was not fortunate for Barcelona. The score was 38-29.

Panathinaikos was really bad in the third period and Barcelona took the advantage of the green black-out and cut the deficit to 40-36 only three minutes in the third period. Pedoulakis time out was not able to wake up the Green players so Saras and Navarro two shots from behind the arc gave to Barcelona the leading position for the first time since the first minute of the game with 42-43. But, Michael Bramos was there once more and with his own three pointer Panathinaikos took the lead which was kept only for one minute since Panathinaikos remain pointless for another two minutes and Ante Tomic was having a party in the Green paint as with his points, Barcelona ended the third period with 50-51.

The fourth and final period was the time for the leading figures, even though Ante Tomic gave the maximum lead to his team with 50-55, Ukic scored his first point in the game (1/2 free throws) to reshape the score to 51-55. The Catalonians though were having the crescent before Big Sofo with 1 of 2 free throws cuts the deficit to 56-57 while Ante Tomics 4th foul was changing the momentum of the game, since Dimitris Diamantidis first three pointer in the game 3.36'' to the end made the score 59-57, but Wallace was there and answer back with the same shot giving the chance to Jasikevicius the freeze OAKA with a new three pointer for the 59-63, 2.21 before the end. Those were the last points for Barcelona. 1.16 Panathinaikos with his usual suspect, Dimitris Diamantidis succeeded the three pointers for the 64-63 at the 39'. 15 seconds after Ante Tomic missed both the free throws and Navarro missed the last shot of the game, while Gist simply succeeded in the one of two free throws for the final 65-63.
Periods: 20-10, 38-29, 50-51, 65-63
Panathinaikos: Michael Bramos 14, Maciulis 5, Ukic 6, Stephane Lasme 11points and 8 rebounds, Tsartsaris 4, Dimitris Diamantidis 12, Gist 9, Schortsiantitis 4.
Barcelona: Arbines 6, Juan Carlos Navarro (192-G-80) 17, Jaawai 2, Ante Tomic 12 points and 9 rebounds.   




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Alex Kirk
Anadolu Efes steal victory in Piraeus, draw level with Olympiacos - 2 days ago
Olympiacos - Anadolu Efes 71:73 Anadolu Efes eked out a tough road win over Olympiacos in the second game of the quarterfinal series. Alex Kirk (211-C-91, college: N.Mexico, agency: Pensack Sports) came up with a go-ahead bucket inside the final minute of regulation to propel the Turkish team to the victory. Bryant Dunston (203-C-86) produced 16 points for the winners. Anadolu Efes claimed a narrow 23:22 lead after the first period. Olympiacos spurred ahead in the second term. The Pirae...   [read more]

Kyle Hines
CSKA withhold Baskonia surge, snatch tough win in Game 2 - 3 days ago
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Euroleague Standings
 1 Real Madrid 23-7 
 2 CSKA 22-8 
 3 Olympiacos 19-11 
 4 Panathinaikos 19-11 
 5 Fenerbahce 18-12 
 6 Anadolu Efes 17-13 
 7 Baskonia 17-13 
 8 Darussafaka 16-14 
 9 Crvena Zvezda 16-14 
 10 Zalgiris 14-16 
 11 FC Barcelona 12-18 
 12 Galatasaray 11-19 
 13 Brose Bask. 10-20 
 14 Maccabi T-A 10-20 
 15 EA7 Armani 8-22 
 16 Unics 8-22 
Full Standings
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Keith LANGFORD
  Unics
  (193-SG-83)
  Avg: 21.8
 1. Langford, Unics21.8 
 2. De-Colo, CS.19.6 
 3. Goudelock, Maccabi .17.3 
 4. Llull, Real Madrid16.5 
 5. Wanamaker, Darussaf.16.5 
 6. Teodosic, CSKA16.3 
 7. Bogdanovic, Fener.14.7 
 8. James, Panathin.13.3 
 9. Clyburn, Darussaf.13.3 
 10. Printezis, Olympiacos13.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 Ekpe UDOH
  Fenerbahce
  (208-F/C-87)
  Avg: 7.5
 1. Udoh, Fenerbahce7.5 
 2. Melli, Brose Bask.7.4 
 3. Honeycutt, Anadolu .7.3 
 4. Voigtmann, Basko.7.1 
 5. Kuzmic, Crvena Z.7.0 
 6. Zizic, Darussafaka6.8 
 7. Dorsey, FC Barce.6.3 
 8. Dunston, Anadolu .6.1 
 9. Jankunas, Zalgiris6.1 
 10. Singleton, Panathin.5.9 
Assists Per Game
 Milos TEODOSIC
  CSKA
  (195-PG-87)
  Avg: 7.1
 1. Teodosic, CSKA7.1 
 2. Spanoulis, Olympiacos6.1 
 3. Llull, Real Madrid5.9 
 4. Larkin, Baskonia5.7 
 5. Jovic, Crvena Z.5.7 
 6. Colom, Unics5.7 
 7. Guler, Galatasaray5.6 
 8. Calathes, Panathin.5.6 
 9. Heurtel, Anadolu .5.6 
 10. Westermann, Zalgiris5.5 
Steals Per Game
 Charles JENKINS
  Crvena Z.
  (191-SG-89)
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Jenkins, Crvena Z.2.1 
 2. Wanamaker, Darussaf.1.6 
 3. Calathes, Panathin.1.5 
 4. Lazic, Crvena Z.1.4 
 5. Wilbekin, Darussafaka1.4 
 6. Singleton, Panathin.1.3 
 7. Larkin, Baskonia1.3 
 8. Guler, Galatasaray1.3 
 9. Jovic, Crvena Z.1.3 
 10. Hanga, Baskonia1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Ekpe UDOH
  Fenerbahce
  (208-F/C-87)
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Udoh, Fenerbahce2.2 
 2. Tyus, Galatasaray1.5 
 3. Pleiss, Galatasaray1.2 
 4. Parakhouski, Unics1.2 
 5. Randolph, Real Madrid1.1 
 6. Singleton, Panathin.1.1 
 7. Dunston, Anadolu .1.1 
 8. Theis, Brose Bask.0.9 
 9. Kirk, Anadolu Efes0.9 
 10. Honeycutt, Anadolu .0.9 
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