In a close match, FC Bayern Munich beat MHP RIESEN Ludwigsburg 79-78 as DeShaun Thomas hit the winning shot with 2.3 seconds remaining for the end of regulation.

Andre Obst was the best performer for the EuroLeague side with 18 points, on 5-of-6 shooting from beyond the arc. In a game that was close to the final second, MLP Academics Heidelberg lost 81-83 to the reigning champions ALBA Berlin.

Maodo Lo made the buzzer beating game winner, finishing the game with 12 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and three steals.

With a 103-95 away win against the JobStairs GIESSEN 46ers, Telekom Baskets Bonn got their sixth victory in a row to advance to 10-2 and remain one win behind Bayern.

In the home game against ratiopharm ulm, EWE Baskets Oldenburg conceded an 89-96 home defeat. ulm’s center Cristiano Felicio had 15 points and six rebounds, shooting 75 percent from the field.

Braunschweig achieved a 99-62 victory against medi Bayreuth in front of around 1,250 spectators. David KrÀmer set a new career record with 23 points for the winning side.

BG Göttingen achieved their third win in a row with an 83-76 home win over the HAKRO Merlins Crailsheim. TJ Shorts was the best performer of the game with 28 points and eight assists.

Chemnitz survived with a seven-man rotation against Brose Bamberg with 106-94. Mindaugas Susinskas and Trent Lockett excelled with over 30 points each.

Caleb Homesley lead Hamburg Towers to another offensive show with a 100-88 win over WĂŒrzburg. Homesley finished with 22 points.

SYNTAINICS MBC worked to a clear 17-point lead against the Fraport Skyliners and brought them to an 89-68 victory at home. Jamel Morris was the MBC top scorer with 20 points.