Euroleague quarter-final debutants and Polish champions Asseco Prokom managed to upset Olympiacos in game three of the series but Greek giants were better prepared for the fourth game as they took a rather easy win. Josh Childress had 22 points for The Reds while Asseco Prokom were led by the usual suspects – David Logan and Qyntel Woods as they scored 18 and 16 points respectively.
Big spenders Olympiacos will be making a return to the Final Four after losing both games and finishing fourth last year in Berlin. Meanwhile Asseco Prokom re-wrote the history of Polish basketball just by going this far in Euroleague.
70 – (20+12+16+22) – Asseco Prokom: David Logna 18, Qyntel Woods 16, Daniel Ewing 14, Przemyslaw Zamojski 7, Jan-Hendrick Jagla 4, Ronnie Burrell 4, Ratko Varda 3, Adam Lapeta 2, Adam Hrycaniuk 2.
86 – (28+22+16+20) – Olympiacos: Josh Childress 22, Milos Teodosic 15, Linas Kleiza 14, Sofoklis Schortsanitis 12, Loukas Mavrokefalides 9, Theo Papaloukas 7, Patrick Beverley 4, Ioannis Bourousis 2, Nikola Vujcic 1.