BEKO BBL 2015-16 round up (week 13)

Brose Baskets maintain their dominance in the BEKO BBL standings after beating Wurzburg 80-61 in Bamberg.

Daniel Theis starred for the hosts as he amassed 25 points, going 2/2 from three-point land and 9/10 inside.

Despite defeat, Wurzburg stay fifth and in the Playoff picture.

ALBA Berlin continue to press on in second place as they convincingly dismantled Walter Tigers Tubingen 91-73 in the German capital.

Mitchell Watt and Jordan Taylor each had 17 points for ALBA as they raced away, leading 55-39 and never looking back.

Vladimir Mihailovic paced Tubingen with 16 points.

It was a second defeat of the week for Tubingen as they fought for two overtime periods before eventually losing 93-88 to Ludwigsburg, who remain third despite a mixed weekend.

They beat a spirited Tubingen side but were bested 95-92 to Bayern Munich, who put their disappointment of exiting the Euroleague regular season with a confidence boosting victory.

Dusko Savanovic eventually sealed the game for Bayern from the foul line with 5.0 seconds left, giving his side a 95-90 lead. Jon Brockman scored on the buzzer for Ludwigsburg but it was in vain.

Savanovic led Bayern with 21 points.

Around the BBL in week 13, there were wins for ratiopharm Ulm, as they beat MBC 88-78 thanks to Raymar Morgan’s 15 points and six rebounds.

EWE Baskets Oldenburg scored an 85-72 win over Goettingen at home, while Fraport Skyliners Frankfurt ousted Giessen 46ers 66-55.

Braunschweig were victors on the road, beating Telekom Baskets Bonn 80-74 as Keaton Grant went for 24 points in the win.

Phoenix Hagen came back from an early deficit to beat Bremenhaven 96-89 on the road and Crailsheim edged Bayreuth 73-70 at home.

The BEKO BBL starts the next round of games Tuesday.