HIGHLIGHTS: EuroLeague round up (week 7, Tuesday)

Baskonia inflicted Real Madrid’s heaviest EuroLeague loss in its illustrious history in a stunning upset, while Anadolu Efes impressed in Tel Aviv.

A blistering start set the tone as Baskonia hammered Real Madrid 105-75 in Vitoria.

The hosts led 36-17 after the first quarter and never looked back as Rodrigue Beaubois scored 15 points to lead the winners, for which every player made a basket.

Anadolu Efes hit 14 triples as they defeated Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv 92-72 on the road.

Errick McCollum hit eight of those triples on his way to a game-high 31 points.

Edgaras Ulanovas hit the game-winner at the buzzer to give Zalgiris a stunning 85-83 overtime win over Unicaja Malaga.

Kevin Pangos nailed five three-pointers in scoring a game-high 21 points for Zalgiris, who clinch their third away win of the season, moving to 4-3.

Panathinaikos had little trouble in dispatching Khimki 93-65 in Athens as the Greek side established their dominance as early as the first quarter and never looked back.

Marcus Denmon’s seven three-pointers took him to a total of 24 points as Panathinaikos converted 17 of 27 attempts from long-range.