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Bahcesehir inflict first loss on Nymburk in night of OT frenzy

MUNICH (Germany) - Bahcesehir College ended ERA Nymburk's unbeaten start in one of three encounters that went to overtime on Gameday 4 of the Regular Season.

Six teams maintained their perfect records on Wednesday, though the battle to confirm spots into the Second Round rolls on to another week.

Key Storylines

- Bahcesehir end winning start of Nymburk
- Sabah collect first European Regular Season win
- Arconic-Alba Fehervar, Jonava win OT thrillers

Axel Bouteille led Bahcesehir with 25 points, helped along with a double-double of 23 points and 10 rebounds for Tyler Cavanaugh as the Turkish claimed a 96-91 road win to improve to 3-1 in Group D - taking the head-to-head in the process.

The other two games that needed an additional five minutes saw Arconic-Alba Fehervar edge Sporting CB in a high-scoring rollercoaster 106-102 and Jonava CBet prevail 98-94 against a stubborn Karhu Basket side.

There was celebration in Baku for Sabah BC as they secured their first Regular Season win by downing KK Mornar – Barsko zlato 81-74. Donovan Smith went 5-for-8 from three-point land for his 25 points.

Deandre Burns hit a tough lay-up in traffic with 3.7 seconds to go to keep BG Gottingen’s unbeaten run alive with an 86-85 win at BC TSU Tbilisi. Burns led the way with 17 points along with 7 rebounds, as the Germans remain spotless at 4-0 in Group I.

BG Gottingen left it late, but they are one of seven teams yet to taste defeat after Gameday 4.

The two Spanish sides, Surne Bilbao Basket and Casademont Zaragoza secured a 76-71 over holders Anwil Wloclawek and 91-72 against Happy Casa Brindisi, respectively.

NINERS Chemnitz used a strong 23-12 first quarter to overpower KB Peja 99-63 with Wesley Van Beck pouring in 23 points for the victors. And, FC Porto continued their unbeaten start with an 84-64 success over Norrkoping Dolphins.


Efficiency:  38 – Ron Curry (Sporting CB)
Points: 31 - Rati Andronikashvili (BC TSU Tbilisi)
Rebounds: 21 - Travis Taylor (Keravnos BC)
Assists: 11 – Andrea Cinciarini (Casademont Zaragoza)
Steals: 8 – Xavi Rabaseda (Surne Bilbao Basket)
Blocks: 5 – Jerry Boutsiele (Bahcesehir College)

Wednesday, November 8

Group A: Arconic-Alba Fehervar 106-102 Sporting CP
Group B: Surne Bilbao Basket 76-71 Anwil Wloclawek, Caledonia Gladiators 96-67 BC CSU Sibiu
Group C: Rostock Seawolves 86-73 Petrolina AEK, Jovava CBet 98-94 Karhu Basket
Group D: Sabah BC 81-74 KK Mornar – Barsko zlato, ERA Nymburk 91-96 Bahcesehir College
Group E: FC Porto 84-64 Norrkoping Dolphins, Manisa BBSK 85-80 Bakken Bears
Group F:  Casademont Zaragoza 91-72 Happy Casa Brindisi
Group G: BCM Gravelines Dunkerque 74-46 ZZ Leiden
Group H: KB Peja 63-99 Niners Chemnitz, PGE Spojnia Stargard 73–65 Heroes Den Bosch
Group I:  Itelyum Varese 97-90 Keravnos BC, BC TSU Tbilisi 85-86 BG Gottingen
Group J: Patrioti Levice 65-82 CSM CSU Oradea, Kataja Basket 85-89 Legia Warszawa