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Armani Milano was unstoppable from the opening tip and rallied past Virtus Bologna at home (94-75) to remain on top of the standings.

The hosts played very well offensively and outscored their opponents 26-16 to end the first half in front by 16 (48-32).

Although the visitors cut the deficit to nine (67-58), Armani was tremendous offensively and went on a 27-17 run to bring the lead back to double digits and seal the deal.

Six players scored in double figures for the winners, with Curtis Jerrells having a team-high 16 points.

Tony Taylor and Dejan Kravic stood out for the losing squad with 18 and 13 points, respectively.

Armani Milano improved to 15-2, whereas Virtus Bologna dropped to 9-8.