Juan Carlos Navarro became the all-time leading scorer in the Euroleague after his 14 points helped Barcelona to a 72-46 mauling of Union Olimpija.

Needing 12 points to beat the previous feat, it was half-way through the third quarter when Chuck Eidson stole the ball and fed the ball to Navarro for the easy lay-up to give Barca a 48-30 lead.

The Palau Blagrana erupted as they celebrated their hero passing Marcus Brown’s record to score his 2716th Euroleague points.

With the win, Barcelona also qualify to the top 16 with a 6-0 record.

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Dimitris Diamantidis broke all Unicaja Malaga hearts as his buzzer-beating triple gave Panathinaikos a 77-76 win.

The Greek veteran hit 23 points including seven three-pointers, two of which came in the last 15 seconds as the Greens virtually sealed their spot in the top 16.

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Luka Zoric led Unicaja with 21.

KK Zagreb secured their second straight win with a 86-74 win over Brose Baskets in the Croatian capital.

Josh Heytvelt led Zagreb with 25 points and 12 rebounds as they kept their slim chances of a top 16 place alive.

Heytvelt was one of three Zagreb players to secure double-doubles, as Krunoslav Simon hit 16 points and 12 boards and Mario Kasun came out with 15 points and 11 rebounds.

Eurobasket gold medal winner Fernando San Emeterio had a career night as his 25 points and eight rebounds helped Caja Laboral to a 90-85 overtime win over Fenerbahce Ulker.

There was no seperating the two teams at the end of regulation, with the game finishing 73-73, but San Emeterio led Caja in the extra period to improve his side to 4-2 in the group while condemning Fenerbahce to 3-3.

Elsewhere, Pape Philippe Amagou hit 18 points as SLUC Nancy continued their unbeaten Euroleague run at home with a 76-75 success over Bennet Cantu.

Real Madrid improved its chances of reaching the top 16 with a 93-89 win over Belgacom Spirou, who drop to 1-5.

Martynas Pocius hit 20 points as Madrid move to 4-2.

There were also wins for Galatasaray, as they needed overtime to defeat Asseco Prokom 78-76, as the Polish side remain winless at 0-6. And there was a win for Maccabi Electra, as they beat Emporio Armani Milano 85-76 thanks to 28 points from the big man Sofoklis Schortsanitis.