Partizan beats Olympiacos (90:75) in front of a record-breaking home crowd. Europe’s big names keep falling in the Belgrade Arena, as the Black and Whites slowly but surely approach the Euroleague Top 8.

Partizan vs Olympiacos Euroleague
Photo: J.L. / SIDELINESRB (shot on a potato)

Fenerbache beats Partizan at the Štark Arena (94:97) in front of the traditionally loud Belgrade fans. In true derby fashion it was a close tie until the final ten minutes when Fener shot up through the offensive efforts of former Red Star tiebreaker Marko Gudurić.

Both Zvezda and Partizan have triumphed in their away matches tonight, showing excellent European shape ahead of the holidays. The two sets of iconic Belgrade stripes ousted their rivals in key Euroleague features.

Olympiacos vs Crvena Zvezda, Luca Vildoza
Photo source: MN Press, Giorgos Matthaios

Serbia lost to Belgium earlier tonight (73:74) after Sunday’s match delay due to electrical issues in Čair. Despite having a two-digit lead throughout most of the match they slipped for the second time coming, which complicates their road towards the World Cup.

Serbia vs Belgium
Photo: FIBA

Virtus Bologna triumphed over Bursaspor in a long Eurocup final match ending in 80:67 and another trophy for Miloš Teodosić. Despite tonight’s defeat the Turkish side still has reasons to be proud.

Teodosić Virtus, Final Eurocup
Photo: Virtus Bologna, via Twitter

The renaissance of Bursaspor and coach Dušan Alimpijević continues as they move to their history-making Eurocup Final beating Andorra (85:68)!

Alimpijević Bursa
Photo: Peđa Milosavljević / Starsport

Sopron won their first Euroleague Women’s title! Beating Fenerbahce (60:55) in an amazing rendition that knew of no fear. Despite all odds and most predictions Sopron are leaving Istanbul with the championship trophy. Avenida came in third.

Euroleague Women F4
Photo: FIBA