N. Hayes-Davis dominated Alba Berlin, scoring 50 points.

N. Hayes-Davis dominated Alba Berlin, scoring 50 points.

N. Hayes-Davis proved unstoppable against Alba Berlin in last night’s Fenerbahce home game. The home team reaffirmed their dominance, as seen in recent matches, asserting their position as frontrunners in this year’s Euroleague by defeating Alba Berlin with a score of 103-68. What’s truly remarkable is that Hayes Davis managed to score 50 points, making him the first Euroleague player to achieve this feat in a single game. Furthermore, with just two rounds remaining, Fenerbahce is now in contention for the Final Four, currently holding 5th place in the standings but aiming for higher. Their next challenge is a challenging home game against Efes, who have a strong chance of securing a spot in the play-in round.

N. Hayes-Davis scored 50 points and grabbed 2 rebounds, while S. Brown stood out among the guests with 17 points, 4 rebounds, and 1 assist.

Fenerbahce defeats Alba Berlin with a score of 103-68 in the 32nd round of the Euroleague.

The match chronicle.

Fenerbahce came out strong early in the game, aiming to wrap up the match swiftly. Their aggressive spirit was evident from the first 10 minutes, during which they held a commanding lead of 34-18. By halftime, both teams had tallied a score of 52-40. The third and fourth quarters unquestionably belonged to the home team, which maintained its lead throughout the game, resulting in a final score of 103-68. In addition to N. Hayes-Davis, J. Motley stood out for the home team with 18 points and 2 rebounds.

Period details:

  • 1st: 34-18
  • 2nd: 18-22
  • 3rd: 31-13
  • 4th: 20-15

The players’ game statistics:


  • N. Hayes-Davis: 50 points, 2 rebounds
  • J. Motley: 18 points, 2 rebounds
  • T. Dorsey: 7 points, 1 rebounds, 3 assists
  • S. Sanli: 7 points, 1 assist
  • T. Biberovic: 6 points, 3 rebounds, 1 assist
  • D. Pierre: 6 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist
  • Y. Madar: 4 points, 6 assists
  • N. Calathes: 2 points, 4 rebounds, 7 assists
  • S. Wilbekin: 2 points, 2 rebounds, 6 assists
  • G. Papagiannis: 1 point, 3 rebounds, 1 assist
  • S. Hazer: 1 assist

Alba Berlin

  • S. Brown: 17 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist
  • M. Hermannsson: 12 points, 2 assists
  • M. Thomas: 10 points, 2 rebounds
  • C. Koumadje: 7 points, 5 rebounds
  • J. Mattisseck: 5 points
  • M. Delow: 5 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist
  • J. Bean: 4 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists
  • K. Nikic: 4 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist
  • T. Schneider: 2 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist
  • Z. Samar: 2 points, 3 assists
  • L. Olinde: 4 rebounds

The following day for Fenerbahce.

On matchday 33, Fenerbahce will host ambitious Efes at home, who are vying for the 8th place or Play-in spot. This game holds immense importance for both teams as it will determine their final ranking in this year’s Euroleague. Fenerbahce boasts a formidable home court advantage, and with the arrival of Šarūnas Jasikevičius, they have found a dynamic rhythm. While their roster may not seem complete at first glance, particularly in the frontline which isn’t the strongest in the Euroleague, performances like yesterday’s showcase players like N. Hayes-Davis, affirming Fenerbahce’s position as one of this year’s favorites to clinch the Euroleague title.

Currently positioned 5th in the standings with a record of 20W-12L, they trail behind 4th placed Barcelona, 3rd placed Monaco, and 2nd placed Panathinaikos, each with just one win ahead. Behind them are Olympiacos in 6th place with 20W-12L and Maccabi in 7th with 19W-13L. To secure the 4th place and potentially ascend even higher, especially with a face-off against Olympiacos in the SEF on the final day, they must secure a victory against Efes.

Can Fenerbahce win the Euroleague?

With Šarūnas Jasikevičius at the helm, Fenerbahce has shown noticeable signs of improvement. In Berlin, they could make a serious claim to win this year’s Euroleague title. If they continue at the same pace, especially with players like N. Hayes-Davis becoming a nightmare for any defense and any opponent they face. N. Calathes’ experience and S. Wilbekin’s scoring prowess can provide Šarūnas Jasikevičius’ team with the right boost, potentially leading to Fenerbahce reaching this year’s final of the competition. However, there is still a way to go, with possible play-in shuffles, and it will depend on the opponents they face and whether they eventually gain home advantage by finishing in the top four.

You can watch the highlights of Fenerbahce’s game against Alba Berlin on the official Euroleague YouTube channel.


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