Maccabi Tel-Aviv came close to their first victory since Round 3, yet Fenerbahce escaped from Israel with a big victory (70-74).
The Israelis played consistently on both ends of the floor and retained their lead in the first half (16-13, 41-36).
The Turks, though, reacted in the second half and turned things around. They conceded just 29 points and scored 38 to take a four-point advantage and win the game (70-74).
Kostas Sloukas had a game-high 18 points for the winners, with Marko Guduric adding 13, on 5/8 shooting.
Angelo Caloiaro scored a team-high 17 points and eight rebounds for the losing squad, with Scottie Wilbekin posting 15, but on just 5/17 shooting.
Fenerbahce claimed their eighth win in nine games (8-1), whereas Maccabi suffered their eighth loss (1-8) and the second straight under Giannis Sfairopoulos.
Marko Guduric goes OFF in the 4th! pic.twitter.com/FRUgQnwovY
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