Partizan and Maccabi Tel Aviv meet in a EuroLeague game at Stark Arena on Friday evening (7:30 pm, UK time).
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It’s all-square between Partizan and Maccabi who are tied at 6-6 in their EuroLeague meetings this century. This game marks their first clash since March 2014. It’s also worth noting home teams have won 10 of those 12 games.
Partizan (3-4) is among the top-scoring teams in the competition (83.0 ppg.) in part because of its league-best three-point shooting accuracy (40.4%). Kevin Punter (17.9 ppg.) has been Partizan’s leading scorer followed by Zach LeDay (13.1 ppg.) and Lessort (12.7 ppg.). They can also call upon an MVP contender in the guise of ex-Maccabi centre Mathias Lessort, who averages 12.7 points, 8.6 rebounds and 1.9 blocked shots. Turnovers (13.9 per game) remain a major issue in their otherwise fluid offence.
As for the visitors, they’ve been not so good away from home this season, losing both of their road games by 29 and 15 points. The focus will be on defensive consistency after allowing 85.3 points per game, the second-worst in the league. Even so, Maccabi (4-3) leads in offensive rebounds (13.6 orpg.) and doing very well in steals (7.9 spg., fourth) and blocks (4.1 bpg., second). At the other end, however, Maccabi ranks 14th in three-point shooting (33.7% 3FG). Lorenzo Brown (16.6 ppg.), Wade Baldwin (12.5 ppg.) and Bonzie Colson (9.4 ppg.) are Maccabi’s main perimeter scorers, but are a combined 36-of-102 on three-point attempts (35.3%).