Barcelona lost an 18-point lead in the first half (12-30), but the comeback of Fenerbahce came up short (74-80). Malcolm Delaney made some “big” three-point plays in the last seven minutes of the contest, which brought the Spaniards to a 10-point lead (66-76).
Delaney reached the 1,000 EuroLeague points with his consecutive shots behind the arc in the fourth quarter, finishing with 14 points.
Fenerbahce took the lead for the first time in the start of the fourth quarter (62-61, 32’), but they did not find a way to remain up-front.
Brandon Davies was impressive on both ends of the floor for the “Blaugrana”, finishing the game with 12 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists, while Victor Claver and Delaney added 17 and 14 points, respectively.
For Fenerbahce, whose its three-game winning streak came to the end, Sloukas had a team-high 14 points, along with 11 assists, while De Colo and Kalinic finished the contest with 12 points.