Olympiacos, Fenerbahce and Anadolu Efes cruised to easy victories over their respective opponents and extended their winning streaks.

The “Reds” went on a 32-14 run in the third quarter and dominated Buducnost at home (92-70) to earn their third straight victory.

Even though they were up by just seven at halftime (44-37), the hosts decimated the visitors in the second half (48-33) and never looked back.

Zach LeDay was unstoppable, with a game-high 28 points (on 9/11 shooting), eight rebounds and a career-high 42 PIR, as three more players scored in double figures for the winners.

On the other hand, Earl Clark (15 points), Nemanja Gordic (14 points) and Edwin Jackson (12 points) were the best players for the losing squad.

Olympiacos improved to 6-4, whereas Buducnost dropped to 2-8.

Fenerbahce had control of the game from the opening tip and rallied past Barcelona on the road (65-84) to claim their sixth win in a row.

The Turks were in front by nine at halftime (36-45) and outscored their opponents 11-19 in the third quarter to take a 17-point lead (47-64) and win the game.

Five players scored in double figures for the winners, with Bobby Dixon leading the way with 16 points. For his part, Adam Hanga posted a team-high 16 points and six rebounds for the losing squad.

Fenerbahce were victorious for the ninth time this season (9-1), whereas Barcelona suffered their fourth defeat (6-4).

Anadolu Efes outscored Baskonia 52-43 in the second half and beat the Basques at home (96-85) to earn their fifth consecutive win.

The Turks made a great start to the game (25-17), yet the visitors fought back and cut the deficit to two at halftime (44-42).

The hosts, though, played very well offensively in the second half (52 points) and retained their lead to win the game.

Brock Motum and Vasilije Micic had a team-high 16 points for the winners, as four more players scored in double figures.

Matt Janning posted a game-high 20 points for the losing squad, with Johannes Voigtmann and Darrun Hilliard contributing 15 points apiece.

Anadolu Efes claimed their eighth victory in the EuroLeague (8-2), whereas Baskonia lost for the seventh time this season (3-7).