Anadolu Efes secured the home-court advantage in the EuroLeague playoffs, while Bayern Munich will play in the postseason for the first time ever.
The Turks (22-11) defeated Baskonia (18-15) in a late overtime thriller at Fernando Buesa Arena (101-111) and clinched a top four spot in the EuroLeague standings.
Meanwhile, Bayern (20-13) survived Zalgiris Kaunas (16-17) at home (71-70) and qualified for the EuroLeague playoffs for the first time in club history.
In the other EuroLeague games: Panathinaikos (11-20) – Armani Milano (20-13): 86-83
Crvena Zvezda (10-23) – Maccabi Tel-Aviv (13-18): 76-64