Jan Vesely Fenerbahce
Photo: EuroLeague Basketball

Fenerbahce defeated Real Madrid in a rematch from the 2018 EuroLeague Championship Game (65-63) and remained on top.

The Turks also set a new record, as no team had claimed 14 wins under the current format. Fenerbahce ended the first part of the season in a 14-1 record.

What also stood out in Round 15 was the debut of Hall of Famer Rick Pitino in Panathinaikos bench, as the “Greens” stunned CSKA Moscow at home (96-84).

Here are the standings:

Group Regular SeasonWLPTS+PTS-+/-
1. Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul14112541120134
2. Real Madrid12313121140172
3. CSKA Moscow1141314123282
4. Anadolu Efes Istanbul961292123656
5. Olympiacos Piraeus961209115554
6. FC Bayern Munich8712071212-5
7. FC Barcelona Lassa8711311143-12
8. Zalgiris Kaunas781190117812
9. AX Armani Exchange Olimpia Milan78128912854
10. KIROLBET Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz78121212102
11. Panathinaikos OPAP Athens7811851191-6
12. Herbalife Gran Canaria6912181318-100
13. Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv51011701201-31
14. Khimki Moscow Region51011651212-47
15. Buducnost VOLI Podgorica31210881264-176
16. Darussafaka Tekfen Istanbul21311381277-139