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FC Bayern Munich was able to stay at the top of standings in the Basketball Bundesliga tied with Telecom Basket Bonn, who survived a close-fought matchup vs Oldenburg.

Two days after their home win in the EuroLeague, FC Bayern Munich also prevailed in the easyCredit BBL. The Bavarians prevailed against SYNTAINICS MBC with 68-82 away from home.

Ognjen Jaramaz was the top scorer for the German Cup holders with 14 points, who saw Gavin Schilling posting a double-double with 12 points and 14 rebounds.

Bonn prevails against Oldenburg after an exciting finish over EWE Baskets Oldenburg with a 76-78 win. The Bonn team remained in the top behind Parker Jackson-Cartwright’s 22-point performance.

ALBA Berlin blew past Niners Chemnitz with a commanding 83-62 win. After a 31-14 run in the third quarter, the EuroLeague side took a solid lead and never looked back again.

With a dominant offensive performance, the Hamburg Towers added to their winning column. Jaylon Brown (22 points) pushed the home side to a 103-92 victory over Basketball Lowen Braunschweig.

After a tight first half, the MHP RIESEN Ludwigsburg turn up and get the 83-68 home win over s.Oliver Würzburg. MHP RIESEN starting point guard Jonah Radebaugh had a remarkable night for the winning side with 16 points and 15 rebounds.

Ulm got the fifth away from home win of the season as they downed Giessen with 76-87. The Swabians dominated the first quarter with 32-11, and Per Günther achieved a season-best performance with 15 points. 

Even with a new head coach, Brose Bamberg has not found its way back to success, as Bamberg lost the Franconian derby against medi bayreuth with 84-87.

BG Gottingen has returned to its winning ways with a 96-80 away win vs MLP Academics Heidelberg. Jake Toolson (19 points) was the cornerstone of BG Gottingen’s win, who improved to 8-5, after suffering two losses in the last two games.

Fraport Skyliners achieved a surprising victory (80-73) over Crailsheim, with Len Schoormann coming out big for the home side with 17 points.