Latvian basketball player Janis Sagittarius failed to score on Wednesday and CSKA ULEB in Moscow suffered the fifth round of the Euroleague in the first loss of the season.
The muscovites on the roster joined the Great Piraeus Olympics in Greece with 79:84 (24:18, 15:25, 21:21, 19:20).
The game continued without a big break, but after 18 minutes, Brendon Paul took the lead with 40:39 leading guests. The Greek club has always been a small leader.
Sagittarius played 11 minutes and 15 seconds and missed three long-range shots. It also bills a recovery and an assists.
With 22 points, six assists and five rebounds, the CSKA team had 19 points for Mike James, 17 for Kyle Hains and 17 for Deren Hillard. For opponents, Paul scored 20 points and won six balls under the basket, while Kevin Panter scored 16 points.
The Moscow club is in second place in the Euroleague with four wins in five games.
10 countries with 18 teams this season are represented in Europe, which has more than two last season. The teams will play a two-round tournament and participate in the first eight qualifiers. The Euroleague champion will be announced in the last four races in Cologne at the end of May.
Last season CSKA Moscow became the eighth ULEB European Champion to beat Istanbul Anadolu Efes in the final.
Real Madrid is the richest team of the ten-time title in ULEB Europe.
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