By Johnny Askounis/ email@example.com
It was not a pleasant sight for Leon Kratzer to present a Telekom Baskets Bonn threat to AEK. Getting rejected by Cameron McGriff was not enough to prevent the visitors from tallying the win. However, the Texas-born forward was awarded first place in the Basketball Champions League Top 5 for the fourth week of the Regular Season.
Senegalese Brancou Badio was hot leading Baxi Manresa to the away win against Benfica and to a 3-0 start in Group F. Connecting a very very long buzzer-beater to conclude the first quarter was a sign of things to come and also slotted him in second place of the Top 5.
Back to blocks, Sadik Emir Kabaca used both hands to stop Marvin Jones. He was ranked third. But Galatasaray Nef ultimately fell to Hapoel Atsmon Holon.
Flying in fourth, Northern Colorado product Jordan Davis went from a block to finishing at the opposite end of the court for UCAM Murcia.
Legia Warszawa’s Grzegorz Kaminski dribbled the entire defense of Filou Oostende and dunked to earn fifth place.
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