|Jared Jordan dished out 10 assists to go with his 10 pints in Telekom Baskets win over Pinar Karsiyaka|
Telekom Baskets Bonn clinched first place in EuroChallenge Group G with a 80-65 victory over Pinar Karsiyaka.
The German club, which led from start to finish on Tuesday, got 19 points from 23-year-old point guard Talor Battle.
Both teams knew beforehand they were headed to the Last 16 before the game.
Now the German outfit will advance with a 4-2 record - the best in the group.
Karsiyaka (3-3) had won the first encounter by a single point earlier.
They never recovered from a terrible start on Tuesday in which Telekom Baskets Bonn opened up a 27-12 advantage early in the second quarter.
Karsiyaka managed to reduce the deficit to 34-27 on a jumper by Goran Ikonic with 1:43 to go in the first half, but the German team stayed on top.
Jared Jordan's lay-up pushed the advantage back to 45-30 early in the second half, though Engin Bayav's first points of the game - a shot from the arc at the end of the third quarter - closed the gap to 55-50 for the visitors.
Zvonko Buljan's three-point play at the start of the fourth quarter pushed the advantage back to eight and Bonn, who out-rebounded Karsiyaka 37-26 and also handed out 16 assists to just nine for the visitors, won comfortably.
Buljan had 10 points and nine rebounds while Jordan did have a double-double.
The playmaker walked off the court with 10 points and 10 assists.
Ikonic had 16 points in defeat.