EuroleagueCSKA Moscow had no troubles in Italy as they destroyed Lottomatica. Russian champs had the lead 28-10 after the 1st quarter and never looked back. They won all four quarters to reach the 3rd win in four games. A win next week would secure CSKA a place in quarter finals. Lottomatica was totally different from the team that lost in Moscow last second.

Lottomatica 54-82 CSKA Moscow

Lottomatica: Ibrahim Jaaber 18, Erazem Lorbek 14, Roko-Leni Ukic 8, Gregor Fucka 4, Roberto Gabini 3, Jon Stefansson 2, Andrea Crosariol 2, Rodrigo De La Fuente 2, David Hawkins 1.
CSKA: Ramūnas Šiškauskas 25, Trajan Langdon 14, J.R. Holden 11, David Andersen 9, Theodoros Papaloukas 7, Matjaz Smodis 6, Marcus Goree 4, Tomas Van Den Spiegel 4, Nikos Zisis 2.

Žalgiris couldn't stop Real Madrid in Kaunas Sports Hall and suffered their third loss. The first quarter promised a close game as it ended 14-14. Real Madrid were more successive in offence in the 2nd. The score was 30-44 for Spanish and ULEB Cup champions. In the second half every effort from Žalgiris to come closer was stopped by Real Madrid. That was only the 2nd loss for Žalgiris at home in 9 Euroleague games this season.

Žalgiris 69-83 Real Madrid

Žalgiris: Marko Popovic 18, Marcus Brown 15, Paulius Jankūnas 13, Jonas Mačiulis 10, Damir Markota 5, Eurelijus Žukauskas 4, Goran Jurak 2, Mamadou N'Diaye 2.
Real Madrid: Felipe Reyes 18, Kerem Tunceri 16, Lousi Bullock 15, Raul Lopez 10, Charles Smith 8, Lazaros Papadopoulos 7, Axel Hervelle 5, Alex Mumbru 4.


Panagiotis Giannakis system is starting to work. Olympiacos defeated Maccabi in Nokia Arena in front of 11,000 local fans. Even without their most expensive player, Arvydas Macijauskas, Greek league runners-up managed to win in Tel-Aviv. MVP of the week, Lynn Greer scored 27 points to help his team win their second game in Top 16.

Maccabi 82-87 Olympiacos

Maccabi: David Bluthenthal 19, Esteban Batista 15, Terence Morris 15, Will Bynum 13, Vonteego Cummings 8, Yotam Halperin 6, Nikola Vujcic 6.
Olympiacos: Lynn Greer 27, Marc Jackson 15, Panagiotis Vasilopoulos 10, Georgios Printezis 9, Roderick Blakney 8, Ioannis Bourousis 8, Kostas Vasiliadis 6, Qyntel Woods 2, Milos Teodosic 2.

Panathinaikos raised to the 3rd place in Group E after winning at home against Efes Pilsen. Second half performance by Euroleague champions helped to end the game as the winners (PAO won 3rd quarter 23-14, 4th quarter – 20-13). Mike Batiste had 20 points for the Greens.

Panathinaikos 74-65 Efes Pilsen

Panathinaikos: Mike Batiste 20, Vassilis Spanoulis 15, Demos Dikoudis 12, Dimitris Diamantidis 11, Nikos Hatzivrettas 7, Šarūnas Jasikevičius 3, Sani Becirovic 2, Andrija Zizic 2, Kennedy Winston 2.
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