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Huge thriller: A winning basket for Yam Madar, Fener handed Real their first loss - voila! sport

2023-11-30T20:37:40.400Z

Highlights: Yam Madar scored in the final second of overtime to give him a 99-100 victory after setting a career high with 17 points. Real Madrid had already run away 72-81 in the decisive quarter thanks to Tavares' penalty points. Monaco beat Olympiacos in a top-flight encounter, and two more matches are currently played. Bayern Munich beat Villeurbanne 100-101 after two extra-time, but must go on a winning streak to enter the fight for the play-offs.


The biggest moment of his career: The Israeli point guard scored in the final second of overtime to give him a 99-100 victory after setting a career high with 17 points. Campasso set a career high of his own with 33 points


Summary of Fenerbahce's 86:95 victory over Topash Bursa, Yam Madar with 7 points/Sport1

The 11th round of the Euroleague got underway tonight (Thursday) with some fascinating games. The focus was on the huge thriller between Fenerbahce and Real Madrid, which was decided by Yam Madar with a huge winning basket. Monaco beat Olympiacos in a top-flight encounter, and two more matches are currently played.

Fenerbahce vs Real Madrid 99:100 (after extra-time)

What a game, and what a moment for Yam Madar: The Israeli point guard celebrated a career-high 17 points, and saved the best for last, with a huge last-second winning basket that handed the Blancos their first defeat of the season, with a huge layup after Real lost the last ball in a sloppy way. After the move, Fenner's players celebrated with Mader frantically, and coach Dimitris Itoudis was even seen crying with joy.

So how did it all begin? Two days after dismantling Maccabi Tel Aviv, the European champions also exploded against Fenerbahce with a 16:29 first quarter led by Facundo Campasso, who scored 16 points in the first quarter (!). But Fenerbahce got back into the game thanks to Yam Madar, who was excellent in the second quarter and buried a second three in the third quarter that shrank to 48:45. Real Madrid had already run away 72-81 in the decisive quarter thanks to Tavares' penalty points, but Fenerbahce did not give up. Godoric scored a clutch three, Poirier missed from the line and Wilbekin made it 83:82 with 45 minute, 82 seconds left in the thriller. Campasso missed a three, but Godoric missed from a comfortable position and then the Argentine hit the basket to make it 85-15. Itoudis took a timeout from which he came out with a basket by Kalathis. Real went, of course, on Campasso who squeezed a foul with 84 seconds left. The Argentine withstood the pressure, scoring twice to lift Real Madrid to an 87-31 lead and his lead to 10 points. Done? Not at all, Fenerbahce went for Scottie Wilbekin, who scored a huge three on Sergio Yoy's head. Real Madrid got <> seconds to win this game, but for some reason went for a minute that was stopped by Motley and the game went into extra-time.

In extra-time, Campasso again took matters into his own hands, but Fenner remained within touching distance. For the last move, Itoudis was strong with Mader in the starting five, having benched him for the final minutes despite registering an excellent individual game. Mader was in the right place at the right time after an uncharacteristic loss of Sergio Yoi, and with an acrobatic layup at the last second did what no team had done before this season, subduing the great Real Madrid.

What a game. Yam Madar/GettyImages, ALTAN GOCHER

Monaco vs Olympiacos 77:85

Let's start from the end: at 73:73, after about 38 tight minutes, Mike James' show began. The American guard scored a three, delivered an assist to a key basket by Donte Hall, scored from the line and scored big for the Principality team. In the final 1:40 minutes, James actually scored 8 points and delivered an assist, and a final quarter of 18:27 did the trick for Monaco. James finished with 24 points and 6 assists and Eli Okubo scored 11. Isaiah Kennan led Olympiacos' scorers with 20 points and Thomas Walkup contributed 16.

Bayern Munich vs Virtus Bologna (21:30)

Very few commentators believed that after 10 rounds Virtus Bologna would have a 3-7 record, but the Italians continue to surprise and in the passing cycle they beat the powerful Fenerbahce quite easily. Bayern Munich, on the other hand, were involved in the biggest drama of the season by beating Villeurbanne 100-101 after two extra-time, but must go on a winning streak to enter the fight for the play-offs. Leandro Bolmaro, who was injured in the France game, is doubtful for this matchup.

Milan vs Kaunas Zalgiris (21:30)

Both teams have been disappointing so far this season with a 6-4 record and see the playoffs move away from them. While Milan recorded its best game of the past cycle with 71:93 in Belgrade on the star, Žalgiris was defeated by Olympiacos and then lost in the league as well. To strengthen the back line, the team signed Edmund Summer, who may make his debut.

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Partizan Belgrade vs Panathinaikos (21:45)

There were a lot of expectations from these two teams at the start of the season. Panathinaikos has built a very shiny roster and Partizan has also strengthened players with NBA pasts. But after 10 rounds, both teams have already been defeated six times and must start winning. The Greeks are in better shape with eight consecutive wins (including in the league) and will try to subdue Ex Obradovic as well.

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