By Johnny Askounis/ firstname.lastname@example.org
A much-needed win for Filou Oostende was safely delivered by Phil Booth and Levi Randolph. Defeating Kalev/Cramo in overtime matched both sides at 1-2 in Group F behind Tofas Bursa and SIG Strasbourg, and also ranked the players making clutch shots in the first place of the Basketball Champions League Gameday 4 Top 5 Plays.
Randolph, 29, forced the extra period with a successful long-range shot off the assist from the former Villanova standout.
Booth, 25, went on with the game-winning three-pointer in overtime.
In the second place, Justin Simon made an incredible shot while jumping off the court. Enjoying such improbable points in favor helped MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg beat Lenovo Tenerife and improve to 3-0 in Group A.
A powerful dunk by Elgin Cook added on a dominating start for Tofas at Strasbourg and earned him the chance to sit third in the Top 5. The visitors ultimately secured the W to tie the French team at 2-1 on top of the Group F standings.
Red-hot DeVaughn Akoon-Purcell followed in fourth place with another dunk. However, Galatasaray NEF lost to PAOK mateco in the latest edition of Monday “Game of the Week”.
Finally, Jalen Adams took fifth place thanks to a great assist for Itay Segev. He was the top player for Hapoel Bank Yahav Jerusalem but not enough to beat Arged BM Stal Ostrow Wilkopolski. The 0-3 start in Group B prompted the dismissal of Oren Amiel and Yotam Halperin taking over as the interim head coach.
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