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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Game Preview: Fenerbahce Dogus - Real Madrid

Fenerbahce Dogus is looking for an home victory over Real Madrid, tomorrow at 20:45. This match will be broadcasted on beIN Sports 3.

 

The game features two of the most dynamic players in the league; Fenerbahce Dogus is led by high-flying big man Jan Vesely (14.6 ppg.) and Madrid puts its trust in teenage sensation Luka Doncic (18.5 ppg., 5.6 rpg., 4.4 apg.).

 

Game Notes – Fenerbahce Dogus

 

Coach Obradovic has used 11 different players in the Fenerbahce starting lineup so far this season. No player has started every game.

 

Luigi Datome has made at least 1 three-pointer in each of his last 17 EuroLeague appearances.

 

Brad Wanamaker has scored in double figures in 12 of his last 13 EuroLeague games.

 

James Nunnally has made at least 1 three-pointer in 10 consecutive games.

 

Brad Wanamaker is second in the EuroLeague with 1.6 steals per game.

 

Jan Vesely is ranked fourth in the league with an average performance index rating of 18.7. Vesely is fifth in blocks this season with 1.1 per game.

 

Kostas Sloukas is fourth among qualified EuroLeague players this season in assists with 5.7 per game.

 

James Nunnally leads all qualified EuroLeague players this season in three-point accuracy at 56%.

 

Vesely leads the EuroLeague in true shooting percentage at 65.4% this season.

 

Luigi Datome is ranked fifth on the all-time EuroLeague charts in free throw accuracy at 91.35%.

 

Kostas Sloukas needs 2 assists to reach 500 for his EuroLeague career.

 

James Nunnally is fifth on the all-time charts among qualified EuroLeague players in three-point accuracy at 49.59%. He leads all active players on that chart.

 

Ali Muhammed needs 3 more free throws to reach 100 for his EuroLeague career.

 

Game Notes – Real Madrid

 

Rudy Fernandez missed the Round 13 and 14 games due to an adductor injury.

 

Jaycee Carroll has not missed a EuroLeague game since April of 2014. He has played in 112 consecutive Real Madrid games.

 

Reigning EuroLeague MVP Sergio Llull could miss the entire season with a torn ACL.

 

Ognjen Kuzmic is sidelined indefinitely with a ruptured ACL in his left knee.

 

Gustavo Ayon is out indefinitely with a shoulder injury.

 

Anthony Randolph remains sidelined with a foot injury.

 

Coach Pablo Laso has used 13 different players in the Madrid starting lineup so far this season. No player has started every game.

 

Jaycee Carroll has made 30 consecutive free throws in EuroLeague games.

 

Doncic has made at least 1 three-pointer in 13 of his last 14 EuroLeague games. Luka Doncic leads the league in performance index rating (25.1) and is second in scoring (18.5 ppg.) this season.

 

Facundo Campazzo is tied for fourth in the EuroLeague this season with 1.4 steals per game.

 

Walter Tavares is ranked third among qualified EuroLeague players this season in two-point shooting at 70.3%. Walter Tavares is fifth among qualified players this season with 2.8 offensive rebounds per game.

 

Gustavo Ayon was the EuroLeague leader last season in two-point accuracy after making 69.8% of his attempts.

 

Felipe Reyes is second on the EuroLeague all-time charts with 301 appearances. Reyes is the EuroLeague career leader in rebounds (1,649) and offensive rebounds (642). Reyes is in fifth place on the all-time EuroLeague scoring charts with 2,727 points. Marcus Brown sits in fourth place with 2,739 points. Reyes ranks second in career free throws made with 875.

 

Jonas Maciulis is tied with Juan Carlos Navarro of FC Barcelona Lassa for sixth place on the all-time list with 244 career steals. J.R. Holden is in fifth place with 247 steals. Maciulis needs 1 more three-pointer to reach 250 for his EuroLeague career.

 

Rudy Fernandez is ranked ninth on the all-time EuroLeague charts with 230 steals for his career. CSKA’s Victory Khryapa is eighth with 240 and counting.