Monaco ties the series with Maccabi Tel Aviv at 1-1 after dominating Game 2 with an 86-74 home victory. Jordan Loyd was the star of the match, scoring a career-high 33 points and leading Monaco to an 11-0 run in the opening minutes.

Although Maccabi made a comeback in the second quarter to briefly take the lead, Monaco dominated the second half and secured the win.

Yakuba Ouattara and Mike James also made significant contributions, scoring 12 and 11 points respectively, while Elie Okobo added another 11.

Maccabi’s Wade Baldwin was ejected along with Darrun Hilliard, both receiving two technical fouls each. Baldwin finished with 17 points while Lorenzo Brown added 16. The series now moves to Israel for the next two games.