(Summary) Fenerbahce Beko – Maccabi Tel Aviv Match Result: 86-71

In the second week of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague, one of our representatives Fenerbahçe Beko hosts Israeli team Maccabi Tel Aviv at its home ground. Fenerbahce defeated Maccabi by double digits 86-71, as it did against Bayern in week one, making it 2 of 2. Maccabi Tel Aviv, who lost to Fenerbahce after Zalgiris’ win at home, suffered their first defeat.

Fenerbahce Beko’s Marko Gudurić was the game’s top scorer with 23 points, while Jonathan Motley chipped in with 15 points. The most productive name was Nick Calathis. Greek Quarterback; He finished the game near triple-double level with 13 points, 9 rebounds and 9 assists.

Maccabi Tel Aviv’s top scorer was Wade Baldwin IV with 14 points, while former Fenerbahce Lorenzo Braun chipped in with 13 points.

Episode from the match

Kicking off the match effectively, our representative took a 9-5 advantage with 6:12 remaining with a basket by Nigel Hayes-Davis. Next, Maccabi Tel Aviv, powered by baskets from Josh Nebo and Bonji Colson, led 9-11 with 5:01 remaining. While Maccabi led 11–13 with a basket by Alex Poythress with 4:09 left, Fenerbahce tied the series with baskets by Jonathan Motley, Nick Calathes and Marko Guduric, and with 2:18 left, Fenerbahce led again at 18–13. Fenerbahce, who managed to hold the lead until the end of the quarter, ended the first quarter ahead 23-20 after Roman Sorkin’s basket with 37 seconds left.

First Quarter Results: Fenerbahce Beko 23-20 Maccabi Tel Aviv

Fenerbahçe Beko, who started the second quarter well, made it 28-20 with a basket by Toni Zekiri with 7:40 remaining and reached the game’s biggest margin so far. Although former Fenerbahce’s Lorenzo Brown’s three-pointer with 6:09 left the score at 30-25, our representative, who opened the lead after the television break, made it 42-30 with a Scotty Wilbekin three-pointer and a foul with 2:20 left. Keeping the lead the rest of the way, Carsen Edwards made a basket with 2.3 seconds left to give Fenerbach a 46-32 halftime lead.

Halftime result: Fenerbahce Beko 46-32 Maccabi Tel Aviv

Nick Calathes was the difference in the first half

Fenerbahçe Beko ended the first half leading 46-32, while Scotty Wilbekin and Marko Gudurik were the team’s top scorers with 9 points each. Fenerbahce’s Nick Calathes marked the first half with 7 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds and 2 steals. Maccabi’s Lorenzo Brown also grabbed attention as the top scorer in the first half with 10 points.

Fenerbahce started the third quarter very well and with 7:25 left, Nigel Hayes-Davis’ three pointer caught a 20-point lead (56-36). Effective later, Lorenzo Brown’s three pointer made Maccabi Tel Aviv’s score 61-48 with 2:17 remaining. The difference was preserved, and the quarter ended with Fenerbahçe leading 65-52.

Third quarter result: Fenerbahce Beko 65-52 Maccabi Tel Aviv

Effectively entering the final quarter, Maccabi Tel Aviv made the score 67-60 on Jarell Martin’s three-pointer with 7:37 remaining. Then, our representative, who scored consecutive three points with Nick Calathes and Marko Guduric, brought the score to 81-64 with 3:49 left. Fenerbahçe Beko, who managed to dominate the rest of the game, won the match 86-71.

Match Result: Fenerbahce Beko 86-71 Maccabi Tel Aviv

Hall: Ulkar Sports and Events

Referees: Daniel Hierrezuelo (Spain), Mehdi Difallah (France), Piotr Pastusiak (Poland)

Fenerbahce Beko: Wilbekin 12, Calathes 13, Pierre 3, Hayes-Davies 8, Motley 15, Edwards 4, Zekiri 4, Guduric 23, Booker 4

Maccabi Tel Aviv: Brown 13, Baldwin 14, Poythress 10, Nebo 12, Colson 5, Martin 5, Menko, Sorkin 8, DiBartolomeo 2, Hollins 2, Ziv

1st period: 23-20

Circuit: 46-32

3rd period: 65-52

George also followed Jesus

When Fenerbahçe Beko played its first home game in the EuroLeague, men’s soccer team coach Jorge Jesus was among those following the match. Fenerbahce Men’s Football Team Operations Director Mario Branco accompanied the Portuguese coach who watched the match in the hall.

Fenerbahce 3 missing

Nemanja Bjelica and Tarik Biberovic, who started training at Fenerbahce Beko, were not included in the match squad. Samet Geik also could not play due to injury.

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