Credit: Tolga Adanali - Getty Images
Credit Tolga Adanali - Getty Images

Turkish side Fenerbahce Beko (10-17) suffered a home loss against Panathinaikos (9-19) in the final round of the Euroleague season. The Greek club got their first win in Fenerbahce's arena since 2012 with the final score of 62-59 (22-20, 16-12, 6-17, 18-10) thanks to an amazing last-second three-pointer made by Daryl Macon Jr. 

Player of the Game
Georgios  Papagiannis
EFF
31
Georgios Papagiannis
Points 14
Accuracy 6-8
Rebounds 12
Assists 1

Daryl Macon made an incredible three-pointer with less than a second remaining in the game to give Panathinaikos a three-point lead (62-59) and the final win.

In the final quarter, Fenerbahce reached their maximum lead of the game (56-48), but Panathinaikos fought back and reduced the deficit to just one point (57-58) with a minute and a half remaining. Ioannis Papapetrou gave Panathinaikos the lead (59-59) with a mid-range shot, extending the Greeks' positive momentum.

The Greek side scored only 6 points in the third quarter, their season-low, while Fenerbahce, led by Jan Vesely, who was the leading scorer of the team at the end of the quarter with 19 points, reacted with a 12-0 run in the final 5 minutes of the quarter to lead at the end of the third by 5 points (49-44).

In the third quarter, though, Fenerbahce started to find some groove offensively, while Panathinaikos lost the flow found in the first half. Sant-Roos remained in the locker room after feeling discomfort in his right leg. 

Panathinaikos' offense continued to work efficiently in the second quarter. Captain Ioannis Papapetrou led the way with a great shooting performance, helping the Greek side to reach a 7-point lead (34-27). Coach Priftis' side finished the first half with a solid lead (38-32).

Panathinaikos began the first quarter better than Fener, showing more energy and aggressiveness, reaching a 7-point lead in the first half of the quarter (14-7). After a timeout in which coach Djordjevic gave some energy to his players, Fener reacted in a good way, and behind Pierria Henry's 10 points they were able to finish the first quarter only down by 2 points (20-22). 

Ioannis Papapetrou was the top scorer for Panathinaikos with 21 points (6/8 2PT, 2/6 3PT, 3/3 FT), 6 assists, 3 rebounds, and 22 PIR. 

For Fenerbahce, on the other hand, the top scorer was Jan Vesely with 20 points (8/12 2PT, 4/7 FT), 7 rebounds, 1 steal, 2 blocks and 29 PIR. 

Fenerbahce: Jan Vesely 20 (7 REB), Pierria Henry 16

Panathinaikos: Ioannis Papapetrou 21 (6 AST), Georgios Papagiannis 14 (12 REB), Daryl Macon Jr 12 (5 AST)

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Fenerbahce Istanbul
Panathinaikos Athens
40%
23/58
Field goals
43%
23/54
33
Rebounds
32
13
Assists
16
7
Steals
10
61
Efficiency
71
16
Turnovers
14

Best players

Jan  Vesely
20 PTS
8/12 FG
4/7 FT
Ioannis  Papapetrou
21 PTS
8/14 FG
3/3 FT
Jan  Vesely
7 REB
6 DREB
1 OREB
Georgios  Papagiannis
12 REB
11 DREB
1 OREB
Fenerbahce Istanbul
Few players
4 As
Ioannis  Papapetrou
6 As
1 TO
35 MIN
Jan  Vesely
29 EFF
67% 2P%
- 3P%
Georgios  Papagiannis
31 EFF
75% 2P%
- 3P%