Cancel
20.02.2004, 20:30h
20.02.2004, 20:30h
75-98
22 - 2119 - 3317 - 1917 - 25
22 - 2119 - 3317 - 1917 - 25
Venue: Ankara (TUR) |
Spectators: 200 |
Referees: Dragoslav Ljuca (SRB), Christos Christodoulou (GRE)

GAME REPORT


Türk Telekom 75 Strauss Iscar Nahariya 98

Strauss Iscar Nahariya wrapped up their FIBA Europe League quarter-final play-off series against Türk Telekom in style, defeating the Turkish side 75:98 in their own back yard to advance to the next round.

The trademark high gear offense was in full effect as Nahariya combined to shoot a blistering 53% from the field, including 16/29 three-pointers in the win.

The game was close in the opening period, but the Israelis outscored their opponents 33:19 in the second quarter and set the tone for the remainder of the game. Turk Telekom were given no chance of reply and Nahariya cruised to victory.

In the spread-the-wealth Nahariya offense, 4 players hit double figures in scoring, led by Stevin Smith with 18 points and 6 assists. Nahariya’s second American Eric Campbell also had a productive evening, contributing 17 points, 10 rebounds and 4 blocks in the victory.

Turk Telekom were again without scoring threat Semsettin Bas, and Monty Mack and Bekir Yarangume could not make up for his absence, shooting a combined 5/21 from the field.

Nahariya will play the winner of the Ural Great v. BC Khimki series, which currently stands 1-1.


 

Top performers

Accumulated statistics

36.2%

21/58
FG
M/A

53.7%

36/67

39.5%

15/38
FG2P
M/A

52.6%

20/38

30.0%

6/20
FG3P
M/A

55.2%

16/29

79.4%

27/34
FT
M/A

55.6%

10/18

27

5/22
RT
RO/RD

33

6/27

12

AS

17

25

TO

20

10

ST

12

0

BS

5

16

PF

26

75

Pts

98

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