In an impressive feat, Galatasaray secured their fourth consecutive Basketball Champions League (BCL) victory, marking a milestone in their four-season history in the competition. Notably, they surpassed the 95-point mark in three games this season, a frequency exceeding their achievements in the previous three seasons combined.

PAOK mateco showcased resilience by claiming their fourth BCL game decided in overtime, securing a notable away victory against Tofas. This win echoes their previous overtime success on Turkish soil in December 2017 against Gaziantep (65-77).

Filou Oostende celebrated their longest winning streak at home in the BCL, clinching victory in their last four games. Remarkably, they achieved this against Hapoel Holon, establishing dominance against this opponent with four wins, the highest against any team in BCL history.

Promitheas Patras exhibited offensive prowess, scoring 90+ points in three of their eight BCL games this season, matching their cumulative total from the past 16 games. Their consistent performance has secured them a spot in the last 16 for the second time in their two league campaigns.

Galatasaray EKMAS asserted their playmaking dominance, recording over 25 assists in four games this season, the highest tally among all BCL teams. This season’s performance stands in stark contrast to their past, where surpassing 25 assists occurred only once in 30 league games.

Promitheas Patras set a remarkable record by sinking 17 three-pointers in a single game, tying the season-high for any team in the BCL. This achievement marked the first time they made more shots from beyond the arc than inside it during a BCL game (17 made 3s, 15 made 2s).

Tofas Bursa showcased offensive firepower with three players, Marcus Denmon (20), Cassius Winston (22), and Austin Wiley (23), each scoring 20+ points in a single BCL game, a first for the team this season.

Klemen Prepelic of Galatasaray achieved his first BCL double-double, contributing 23 points and 12 assists in a standout performance. His 12 assists set a new high for any Galatasaray player in a BCL fixture.

PAOK mateco’s Nikos Tsiakmas demonstrated a significant scoring surge, notching 15 points in today’s game, a stark contrast to his previous 15 BCL appearances where he never scored in double figures.

Anthony Cowan of Promitheas showcased an all-around performance with three steals, surpassing his combined steal count from the previous six BCL games. Additionally, he achieved his third BCL game with 20 or more points scored.