By Utkan Sahin/ email@example.com
The Serb guard had 25 points on 5/8 threes, 8 rebounds and 6 assists last night, while in Game 1 he scored 23 points and also had 5 points, 4 assists and 3 blocks.
In both games he registered a career high in EuroLeague playoffs scoring and he had the exact same ranking of 35, becoming the first player in the EuroLeague history who did that in consecutive playoffs game.
Add to that the fact that with 122 points, 37 rebounds and 24 assists he became the top scorer, rebounded and passer in Fenerbahce’s playoffs history.
Enjoy his scoring crescento during the first half of Game 2.