Record breaker Trae Golden spearheads second-leg Top Performers in Quarter-Finals win
MUNICH (Germany) - Trae Golden claimed the Top Performer honor after leading Bahcesehir College into the Semi-Finals with a FIBA Europe Cup record of 41 points.
The American came out firing and knocked down 7-of-13 from three-point range with 24 points coming in the first half alone.
Golden also added 11 assists in the 112-90 win at Ventspils with teammate Jamal Jones joining him in the lineup after contributing 20 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 blocks.
Rob Lowery came close to a competition record of his own after equaling Teemu Rannikko's 18 assists, although Tsmoki-Minsk bowed out at the last eight stage with a 93-87 defeat to Bakken Bears.
Meanwhile, Nate Linhart helped medi Bayreuth advance with 15 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds in their 100-87 victory over U-BT Cluj Napoca to win by 12 on aggregate.
Jordan Morgan makes his return to the lineup after putting up 13 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists as Pinar Karsiyaka defeated BC Kyiv Basket 88-67 in the second leg.