Fenerbahce Dogus turned in a fine defensive performance in handling Brose Bamberg 57-80 on the road on Friday night. It was a fourth win in the last five games for Fenerbahce Dogus, which improved to 4-2, while Brose dropped to 3-3 record.
Fenerbahce Dogus made 7 three-pointers on its first 9 attempts in the first half, which opened a 14-point lead. Bamberg did not go away for a while, but never got closer than 7 points, either. However, a 0-15 fourth-quarter run sealed the deal.
On a balanced offense, Jan Vesely paced Fenerbahce Dogus with 15 points, while Kostas Sloukas was all over the place with 11 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds. Brad Wanamaker had 13 points, 6 points, 4 assists and 2 steals in his return to Bamberg. Luigi Datome scored 12, and James Nunnally netted 11 points in a victory.
Augustine Rubit scored 12 points, and Maodo Lo 10 for Bamberg, which got its three-game winning streak snapped.
1st Quarter: 21-16 (Fenerbahce Dogus)
2nd Quarter: 22-17 (Fenerbahce Dogus)
3rd Quarter: 13-11 (Bamberg)
4th Quarter: 26-11 (Fenerbahce Dogus)
Fenerbahce Dogus (80): Wanamaker 13, Guduric 5, Datome 12, Melli 6, Vesely 15, Nunnaly 11, Thompson 5, Sloukas 11, Ahmet 2.