Cancel
Group:  A | 18.01.2005, 19:00h
Group:  A | 18.01.2005, 19:00h
90-61
30 - 1117 - 1919 - 1324 - 18
30 - 1117 - 1919 - 1324 - 18
Venue: Istanbul (TUR) |
Spectators: 1000 |
Referees: Christos Mastraftsis (GRE), Christos Mastraftsis (GRE), Vladimir Okhrimenko (RUS), Zaza Machaladze (GEO)

GAME REPORT


Fenerbahçe SK 90 vs. PBC CSKA 61

Fenerbahçe managed a 90-61 win at home against CSKA Sofia this evening in front of their 1200 fans,and with it they continue to lead group A of the FIBA Europe League.

Fenerbahçe started the game with Ömer Onan s fast break points and they broke CSKA Sofia's zone defense with the good organization of their star point guard Damir Mrsic.

Fenerbahçe started out the second quarter with a 19-point lead, and they allowed the visitors to stay close. At the end of this quarter Aydin Örs allowed his young prospect Dogus Balbay some court time. At just 15 years old, he is the youngest player to see action in the FIBA Europe League this season.

Throughout the third quarter Fenerbahçe made 7 turnovers but the visiting team could not take advantage of the home side's carelessness. Fenerbahçe managed to hold a 23-point lead at the end of this quarter thanks to Damir Mrsic's last second jump shot from the top of the key.

The last quarted Aydin Örs played his bench players and they won the game by 29 points thanks to Ömer Onan s great performance (28 points).

Top performers

Accumulated statistics

59.0%

36/61
FG
M/A

36.8%

21/57

68.4%

26/38
FG2P
M/A

38.9%

14/36

43.5%

10/23
FG3P
M/A

33.3%

7/21

44.4%

8/18
FT
M/A

54.5%

12/22

33

9/24
RT
RO/RD

31

11/20

20

AS

11

17

TO

24

11

ST

6

0

BS

1

25

PF

22

90

Pts

61

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