Aaron Harrison hit a crazy three-pointer at the buzzer and handed Olympiacos its third straight EuroLeague win (85-82).
Harrison and the “Reds” earned their third victory in the first four EuroLeague games and improved to 3-1.
Harrison had 12 points for the winners, while three more players scored in double figures. On the other hand, Wilbekin posted a game-high 18 points for Maccabi, which dropped to 1-3.
The American guard tied the game with 7.6 seconds to go, thanks to a big three-pointer (82-82).
Yet, Harrison had the final say in the contest and his three-pointer sealed the deal for the “Reds”.
Sergio Rodriguez had a career night and led Armani Milano past Real Madrid at the Mediolanum Forum (78-70).
The Spaniard was unstoppable with 25 points (7/11 shooting), four rebounds, seven assists and a career-high 37 PIR, helping the Italians remain undefeated at home.
The “Whites” were in front by 11 at halftime (31-42), but the hosts came back, outscored them 47-28 in the second half and sealed the deal.
Trey Thompkins had 15 points for the visitors, who suffered their third EuroLeague loss and dropped to 1-3.
For their part, Milano improved to 3-1 in the EuroLeague standings and broke a 14-game losing streak against Real.
ALBA Berlin put an end to its three-game losing streak and earned their first EuroLeague win this season.
The Germans survived CSKA Moscow in a late thriller and stunned the Russians (88-93).
The game was closely contested from start to finish, with the vistors earning a double-digit lead early in the fourth quarter.
Yet, CSKA turned things around and cut the deficit to just two points. ALBA stood tall, though, and earned its first ever EuroLeague win over CSKA Moscow.
Simone Fontecchio led the winners with 20 points, whereas Mike James (27) and Will Clyburn (25) combined for 52 points for the losing squad.
ALBA now is at 1-3, whereas CSKA dropped to 2-2 in the EuroLeague standings.
Bayern Munich completed a perfect double-round week on the road in the EuroLeague, after edging Fenerbahce in Istanbul (71-75).
The Bavarians were down by 21 multiple times in the game (28-7, 37-16, 41-20).
Yet, they dominated the Turks in the second half, outscored them 26-50 and sealed the deal.
Vladimir Lucic scored 18 points for the winners, while Fenerbahce got 25, along with eight rebounds, from Jan Vesely.
Baskonia protected its home court and rallied past Khimki (77-60) for its second win in three EuroLeague games (2-1).
For its part, Khimki dropped to 0-4, losing its fourth straight EuroLeague game.
A 15-4 run in the second half was enough for the Basques to take control of the game and cruised to an easy victory.
Achille Polonara made a career performance of 20 points, 10 rebounds and four steals for the winners.
Meanwhile, Vyacheslav Zaytsev led Khimki with an all-round performance, contributing 17 points, eight assists, six rebounds, two steals and two blocks.
The Russians had only eight players available, due to injuries and coronavirus cases.