Basketball EuroLeague: Greece’s Panathinaikos beat Turkey’s Anadolu Efes


Greece’s Panathinaikos defeated Turkey’s Anadolou Efes, on Thursday at the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague.

Greece won the match 86-70.

Home team Panathinaikos’ Point guard Nick Calathes was a key player for his team as he had a “double-double” in the match, scoring 11 points and dishing out 10 assists.

Greece’s point guard Tyrese Rice was on fire against Anadolu Efes as he scored 18 points, coming off the bench.

Jimmer Fredette helped his team with 11 points, while Georgios Papagiannis tallied 10 points in the victory for Panathinaikos.

It was the second less for the Turkish club in EuroLeague, this year.

Sourced from Hurriyet Daily News.




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