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Alba Berlin, the guest of Fenerbahçe Beko

Fenerbahçe Beko Men’s Basketball Team is hosting Alba Berlin in the 21st week (postponement) match of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague 2021-22 season. The match to be played at Ülker Sports and Event Hall on Tuesday, March 29 (tomorrow) at 21.00 will be broadcast live by beIN Sports Haber. The referee trio of Borys Rhzhyk (Ukraine), Emilio Perez (Spain), Tomasz Trawicki (Poland) will manage the match.

The latest situation in Fenerbahçe Beko

Our team played in the double match week last week in Turkish Airlines EuroLeague. Fenerbahçe Beko lost 77-62 to Bitci Baskonia on Wednesday, March 23. Jan Vesely scored 15 points and Marko Guduric scored 12 points for Fenerbahçe Beko. Our team lost 88-67 in the Barcelona match played in Palau Blaugrana on Friday, 25 March. Marko Guduric scored 15 points and İsmet Akpınar 11 points in this match. Fenerbahce Beko has 9 victories after 24 matches in EuroLeague.

Fenerbahçe Beko was the last guest of Pınar Karşıyaka on Sunday, March 27. Melih Mahmutoğlu scored 29 and Pierria Henry 11 points in Fenerbahçe Beko, who lost 74-72 to their opponent with a three pointer in the last second in the ING Basketball Super League battle played in Izmir. Our team is in the first place in our league with 20 wins in 25 matches.

Fenerbahce Beko’s Nando De Colo will not be able to play in this competition due to his injury.

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About Alba Berlin:

Founded in 1989 as BG Charlottenburg, the German representative took the name “Alba” two years later. Alba Berlin, which started to make a name for itself at the top level in a short time, won the Korac Cup in 1995 under the leadership of Sasa Obradovic, Teo Alibegovic and coach Svetislav Pesic. This victory made Alba the first German team to win an international trophy.

Alba Berlin’s debut continued with 7 consecutive German League titles since the 1996-97 season. Alba gained a permanent spot in the EuroLeague in the process and made a name for himself with players such as Wendell Alexis, Henrik Rodl and Marco Pesic.

While the Berlin team was among the last 8 teams in the EuroLeague in 1997, 1998 and 2000, they also played in the quarter-finals of the 2001 FIBA ​​SuproLeague organization.

In 2004, Alba Berlin started its 4-season ULEB Cup adventure and in December 2007, won the KK Bosnia match 141-127, which was recorded as the longest match in European basketball history. This match featured exactly five overtime episodes.

Alba Berlin won the German Cup in 2006 and the German League in 2008. In 2008-09, Alba Berlin reached the Top 16 for the first time in modern EuroLeague history, and reached a happy ending in the German Cup in the same season. Although the German representative made it to the finals of the EuroCup in 2010, he missed the opportunity to win the second European cup by getting stuck in Valencia.

Alba Berlin, who later handed over the coaching position to former players Sasa Obradovic, won the German Cup in 2013 and 2014. Reggie Redding in Alba Berlin, who reached the quarter-finals of the EuroCup in 2013-14, was named to the second best five of the cup. Alba was stuck at the Valencia obstacle again in this lap. Returning to the EuroLeague organization again in 2014-15 and rising to the Top 16, Alba won important victories against teams such as FC Barcelona, ​​Panathinaikos and Maccabi Tel Aviv in this round. Our opponent missed the Play-off ticket by completing the Top 16 round with 7 wins and 7 losses.

Alba Berlin, who won the German Cup once again by passing the Bayern Munich barrier in 2016, lost the German League and the German Cup in 2018, losing to the Munich team in the final.

Alba Berlin, which experienced its second season under the management of Aito Garcia Reneses in 2018-19, had a very successful season. Struggling with injuries throughout the season, Alba passed the first round group 5-1 and the second round group 7-3 in the EuroCup. Eliminating Unicaja Malaga in the quarter-finals and MoraBanc Andorra in the semi-finals, the Berlin team could not pass the Valencia barrier in the final, as in 2010. Alba’s Aito Garcia Reneses was named EuroCup coach of the year and Luke Sikma was named EuroCup MVP of the season. In the German League, Alba Berlin, which finished third in the regular season with 27-7, lost to Bayern Munich 3-0 in the final, but once again managed to get a EuroLeague ticket for itself.

Alba Berlin competed in the EuroLeague for the first time since 2015, in the 2019-20 season, which was interrupted due to the pandemic. Alba won both the German League and the German Cup in his country in the same season.

Alba Berlin won 12 wins and 22 losses in the EuroLeague in the 2020-21 season, while reaching the championship in the German League.

Latest situation and pre-match notes in Alba Berlin:

The staff of Alba Berlin, coached by Israel Gonzalez, includes:

Guards: Jaleen Smith, Maodo Lo, Tamir Blatt, Jonas Mattiseck, Malte Delow, Marcus Eriksson
Forwards: Yovel Zoosman, Louis Olinde, Luke Sikma, Oscar Da Silva, Christopher Tilly, Tim Schneider, Rikus Schulte
Pivots: Ben Lammers, Johannes Thiemann, Christ Koumadje, Kresimir Nikic
Coach: Israel Gonzalez

Alba Berlin has 10 wins in 24 matches played in the EuroLeague this season. Lastly, our opponent defeated Red Star 74-70, which he hosted on Friday, March 25. Maodo Lo scored 22 points, Jaleen Smith 17 points and Luke Sikma 13 points in this match.

Alba Berlin has 16 wins in 22 matches in the Bundesliga this season. Our opponent lost 81-64 to Niners Chemnitz, where he was the last guest on Sunday, 27 March. The most influential players of this match in Alba were Oscar Da Silva with 18 points and Jaleen Smith with 14 points.

Team Statistics – Offense (Fenerbahce Beko – Alba Berlin):

Scored: 75.4 – 75.8
2 Numbers: 57.1% – 51.9%
3 Numbers: 33.3% – 36.4%
Free throws: 75.5% – 77.9%
Rebound: 32.0 – 33.9
Assists: 18.1 – 17.0
Stealing: 8.2 – 6.4
Block: 2.0 – 2.1

Team Statistics – Defense (Fenerbahce Beko – Alba Berlin):

Number Lost: 74.6 – 79.7
2 Number: 53.6% – 55.3%
3 Numbers: 34.3% – 36.0%
Free throws: 81.6% – 77.3%
Rebound: 32.6 – 33.1
Assists: 16.2 – 17.5
Stealing: 7.6 – 7.3
Block: 2-1 . 2.7

Statistical Leaders (Fenerbahce Beko – Alba Berlin):

Issue: Jan Vesely 13.5 – Maodo Lo 13.3
Rebound: Jan Vesely 6.1 – Luke Shake 6.3
Assist: Pierria Henry 4.0 – Maodo Lo 3.6
Stealing: Pierria Henry 1.8 – Luke Spin 1.2
Efficiency: Jan Vesely 17.9 – Maodo Lo 15.0

Past matches:

Fenerbahce Beko has faced its rival seven times in the EuroLeague so far. Our team achieved four wins in these matches.

In the EuroLeague match played in Berlin in the first half of the 2021-22 season, the winner was the home team with 84-70. Nando De Colo scored 15 and Ahmet Düverioğlu 12 points in this fight; For Alba Berlin, Oscar Da Silva scored 22 points, Maodo Lo 21 and Luke Sikma 13 points.

2021-22 – Regular season – Alba Berlin 84-70 Fenerbahçe Beko
2020-21 – Regular season – Fenerbahçe Beko 89-84 Alba Berlin
2020-21 – Regular season – Alba Berlin 89-63 Fenerbahce Beko
2019-20 – Regular season – Alba Berlin 70-74 Fenerbahce Beko
2019-20 – Regular season – Fenerbahçe Beko 107-102 Alba Berlin
2008-09 Regular season – Alba Berlin 72-63 Fenerbahce Ulker
2008-09 Regular season – Fenerbahçe Ülker 82-73 Alba Berlin

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