By Oz Porat
This was not a round for bets and we now have no more winless teams and no more undefeated teams, also we once again were proved that there are no "big" and "small" in the Euroleague.
It took two overtimes for Maccabi Tel Aviv to beat last ranked Armani Jeans Milano 96-95 by a winning triple of Will Solomon's with 2.4 seconds left to the end. Until the shot by Solomon it was a two men show as Nikola Vujcic (9 rebounds, 6 assists) led Maccabi and Massimo Bulleri (11 rebounds, 4 assists) led Milano with 26 points each.
Partizan got a first win for this season after outscoring Ulker 85-69 with 21 points and 5 assists by Nikola Loncar. Ibrahim Kutluay scored 19 for Ulker.
Free throws by Marcus Brown (21 points) gave Unicaja the win against Panathinaikos 82-79. Vassilis Spanoulis led his team with 23 points.
Another team to get its first win is Olimpija, who won against AEK 81-72 with Jimmy Oliver scoring 22 points and Taylor Coppenrath leading AEK with 21.
Zalgiris beat Bamberg 72-79 on the road behind 19 points and 8 rebounds by Paulius Jankunas. Demond Mallet scored 20 points for Bamberg . Winterthur FCB had easy life at home against Cibona and ended the game with 97-53 after Michalis Kakiouzis.scored 25 points for Barcelona and 10 points were enough for Damir Markota to be the top scorer for Cibona.
Montepaschi got a home win against Pau-Orthez 77-72 with 17 points by Andrea Pecile after Justin Hamilton left no chances for the visitors from the line in the last minute. Lonnie Cooper and Clint Harrison led Pau-Orthez with 16 points each.
On Wednesday night we hand another Overtime when Benetton lost at home to TAU 92-96, Climamio won on the road 75-78 against Strasbourg with Marco Belineli sealing the deal with a dunk for Climamio. Olympiacos beat Prokom Trefl 70-65, Efes Pilsen was crushed by Lietuvos Rytas 51-72 and CSKA Moscow beat Real Madrid 64-52 at home.