Welcome to Fenerbahce Beko Bitci Baskonia

Betsi Basconia, the Spanish representative, will host the Beko men’s basketball team in Fenerbahce in the 31st week of the Turkish Airlines Eurolig. The match, scheduled for Wednesday, March 23 (tomorrow) at 22.30, will be broadcast live on BIN Sports News. Olegas Latisevs (Latvia), Mehdi Difalla (France), Sergio Silva (Portugal) will officiate the referee trio match.

After this fight, the yellow-dark blue team will go to Barcelona on Thursday, March 24 and will be the guest of Barcelona on Friday, March 25 at 23:00.

The latest situation and pre-match notes at Beko in Fenerbahce:

Our team played its last game in the Euroleague on 3 March and lost 84-79 to Anadolu Effes at Sinan Erdem Sports Hall. Dishon Pierre scored 19 points and Achilles Polonara 15 points in Fenerbahce Beko.
Our team Beşiktaş Icrypex hosted the final league match on Saturday, March 19 at the Ülker Sports and Event Hall. Fenerbahce Beko, who has been putting heavy weight on the match since the second quarter of the fight, won the match 90-81. Nando de Kolo scored 24 and Shehmus Hazar 18 points for our team.
Ahmet Duverioglu and Tariq Beberovich, whose treatment continues in Beko in Fenerbahce, will not be in the caravan for the Basconia and Barcelona matches.

The roster of our team that will travel for the double match week is as follows:
Pierre Henry, Nando de Colo, Ismet Akpiner, Merkel Starkus, Melih Mahmutoglu, Shahmus Hazar, Marco Gudurik, Mariel Shayok, Dixon Pierre, Achilles Polonara, Metekan Birsen, Jan Veselli, Devin Booker, Jeh.

About Bitci Baskonia:

Following the motto of “Basconia Character”, Bitci Systems Baskonia stands as one of Spain’s well-established representatives in the EuroLeague. Our rival, which was founded in 1959, started competing in the first league in the 70’s. Although the club did not win a trophy until 1995, the Spanish Kings Cup Championship, led by Velimir Perasovic, was Basconia’s first major victory. The Basque team also played in the Sporta Cup finals in 1994 and 1995 and finally took the trophy to its museum in 1996, beating PAOK by 31 points from Ramon Rivas. Subsequently, the “Tau Ceramica”, representing northern Spain, who had reached the final of the Spanish League for the first time in 1998, reached the Kings Cup for the second time in 1999. Elmar Bennett and Victor Alexander’s squad led the Basque team to the 2001 Eurolig play-offs, but a fifth-match defeat against Kinder Bologna, one of the strongest teams of the time, prevented them from achieving anything more.

Tau, who won the Spanish Kings Cup in 2002 under Dejan Tomasevic and his first Spanish league title, then won the Kings Cup again in 2004 and 2006 with his team, including Luis Scola. Tau also put forward a successful performance in the Euroleague in those years. Tau Ceramica has played four consecutive Euro League finals between 2005 and 2008, a feat only surpassed by CSKA Moscow and Fenerbahce to date.

Although Tau Ceramica beat favorite CSKA in the semifinals in 2005, it was blocked by Maccabi in the final. In the final three of the game, Maccabi, Panathinaikos and CSKA were the teams that stopped Tau Ceramica, respectively. With a great performance from Pete Mikel, Tau won the Spanish League by beating Barcelona in the final series in 2008 and again took the Kings Cup to his museum in 2009 before naming him “Casa Liberal”. Caja Laboral, who won the Spanish league for the third time in 2010, changed its name in 2012 to “Laboral Kutxa”. Although it has not won a trophy since then, our rival, who has increased the capacity of the Fernando Buessa Arena to 15,504, continues to be highly competitive with many innovations on and off the field.

Our opponents, who played in the Euroleague play-offs in 2011 and 2012, saw the top 16 or the next round 18 times in 19 years. Playing in the Final Four in 2015-16, Basconia were eliminated by Fenerbahce in the semifinals. Basconia, who were stopped in the play-off round by CSKA Moscow in 2016-17, Fenerbahce in 2017-18 and again by CSKA in 2018-2019, reached the championship in Spain despite the 2019-20 Eurolig season. In the 2020-21 season, our opponents could not get a ticket to the play-offs despite 18 wins.

After many sponsor changes, our rival museum, now called “Bitsy Basconia” has 1 support cup, 4 Spanish leagues, 6 Spanish Kings Cups and 4 Spanish Super Cups.

Velimir Perasovic, Joe Arlauckas, Marcelo Nicola, Kenny Green, Jorge Garbajosa, Juan Espil, Elmer Bennett, Dejan Tomasevic, Andre Nocioni, Fabricio Oberto are some of the names who have recently played in Baskonia’s jersey. Uses South American player pool throughout their basketball history. , Tiago Splitter, Arvydas Macijauskas, Jose Calderon, Luis Scola, Pablo Prigioni, Marcelinho Huertas, Igor Rakocevic, Mirza Teletovic, Walter Herrmann, Fernando San Emeterio, Nemanja Bjelica, Icenco, Icor Schেলrneck, Igor Borisিসn, Larni has been included in the players.

Bitsy Basconia’s latest situation and pre-match notes:

Trained by Neven Spahiza, who also worked at Fenerbahce for some time, BTS Basconia’s staff includes the following names:

Guards: Jason Granger, Wade Baldwin, Artors Kurukas, Alejandro Barrera, CD Sisoko
Forwards: Vanja Marinkovic, Rocas Geidritis, Simon Fontechio, Tadas Sedekarskis, Sander Ryste, Ondrej Hanzlik, Pavel Savkov, Alec Peters, Pep So.
Pivots: Steven Enoch, Matt Costello
Coach: Neven Spahija

Basconia have won their last three games in the Euroleague and Alba have beaten Berlin 65-6, which they hosted on 18 March. Rocas Geidritis scored 22 points, Wade Baldwin 16 points and Simon Fontechio 12 points.
Our opponents are seventh in the Spanish league ACB with 13 wins from 24 matches. Basconia defeated Rio Brewagan 89-84 in the last Sunday, March 20. Rocas Geidritis scored 19 points, Simon Fontechio 15 points and Matt Costello 14 points.

Team Statistics – Crime (Bitsi Basconia – Fenerbahেe Beko):

Score: 74.3 – 76.2
Number 2: 51.6% – 57.6%
3 points: 34.6% – 33.0%
Free throw: 78.1% – 75.4%
Rebounds: 34.9 – 32.4
Support: 17.3 – 18.2
Theft: 5.3 – 8.3
Block: 2.5 – 2.1

Team Statistics – Defense (BTS Basconia – Fenerbahেe Beko):

Lost numbers: 79.4 – 73.9
Number 2: 52.4% – 53.7%
3 digits: 37.1% – 33.2%
Free throw: 76.9% – 81.9%
Rebound: 34.8 – 32.6
Support: 16.8 – 15.8
Theft: 6.7 – 7.5
Block: 2.4 – 2.2

Statistical leaders (BTC Basconia – Fenerbahেe Beko):

Issue: Wade Baldwin 13.9 – Jan Vesely 13.4
Two-point field goal: Matt Costello 60.0% – Achilles Polonara 63.4%
Three-pointer: Simon Fontechio 39.4% – Marco Guduric 38.3%
Free Thrush: Rocas Gaidritis 75.5% – Nando de Colo 7.4%
Rebound: Steven Enoch 5.4 – Jan Vesel 5. 5.9
Support: Wade Baldwin 4.1 – Pierre Henry 4.0
Stealing: Wade Baldwin 1.0 – Pierre Henry 1.8
Skills: Wade Baldwin 14.9 – Jan Wesley 17.6

Encounters of the past

Fenerbahce have won 15 of their 28 matches against their opponents in the Beko Euroliga.

In the 16th week of the Beko Eurolig 2020-22 season at Fenerbahce, the meteor won the match at 75-53, at the Meteor Sports and Event Hall on 16 December 2021. Nando de Kolo scored 17 and Jan Veselli 13 points for our team. Steven Enoch was the top scorer for Basconia with 14 points.
2021-22 – Regular season – Fenerbahce Beko 75-53 Bitsy Basconia
2020-21 – Regular season – Fenerbahce Beko 96-76 TD system Basconia
2020-21 – Regular Season – TD System Basconia 86-68 Fenerbahce Beko
2019-20 – Regular Season – Kirolbet Basconia 65-79 Beko in Fenerbahce
2019-20 – Regular Season – Fenerbahce Beko 87-80 Kirolbet Basconia
2018-19 – Regular Season – Fenerbahce Beko 96-87 Kiralbet Basconia
2018-19 – Regular Season – Kirolbet Basconia 72 – 74 Fenerbahce Beko
2017-18 – Playoffs – Kiralbet Basconia 83 – 92 Fenerbahce Dogus
2017-18 – Playoffs – Kiralbet Basconia 88 – 83 Dogus in Fenerbahce
2017-18 – Playoffs – Fenerbahce Dogus 95 – 89 Kirolbet Basconia
2017-18 – Playoffs – Dogus 82 – 73 Kirolbet Basconia in Fenerbahce
2017-18 – Regular season – Fenerbahçe Doğuş 79 – 74 Kirolbet Baskonia
2017-18 – Regular Season – Kiralbet Basconia 69 – 83 Dogus in Fenerbahce
2016-17 – Regular season – Fenerbahce 74 – 79 Basconia
2016-17 – Regular season – Baskonia 86 – 52 Fenerbahce
2015-16 – Final Four – 88 – 77 Liberal Kutax in Fenerbahce
2014-15 – Top 16 – Liberal Kutaxa 93 – 76 Fenerbahce meteor
2014-15 – Top 16 – Fenerbahce Ülker 91 – 90 Laboral Kutxa
2013-14 – Top 16 – Liberal Kutaxa 95 – 73 Fenerbahce meteor
2013-14 – Top 16 – Fenerbahçe lker 98 – 64 Laboral Kutxa
2012-13 – Top 16 – Liberal Kutuxa 87 – 67 Fenerbahce meteor
2012-13 – Top 16 – Fenerbahçe lker 75 – 97 Laboral Kutxa
2011-12 – Regular season – Caja Laboral 90 – 85 Fenerbahçe lker
2011-12 – Regular season – Fenerbahçe lker 66 – 69 Caja Laboral
2008-09 – Regular season – Fenerbahçe 69lker 69 – 81 Tau Ceramica
2008-09 – Regular season Tau Ceramica 80 – 70 Fenerbahce meteor
2007-08 – Top 16 – Fenerbahce Meteor 75 – 59 Tau Ceramica
2007-08 – Top 16 – Tau Ceramica 103 – 84 Fenerbahce Ülker

In the 1998-1999 season, the two teams were in the same group in the first round of the old format of the Euroleague. Fenerbahce, who won 98-65 in Istanbul, was defeated 63-56 on the street.

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