Easy win for the Reds as the Greens suffer abroad again

Olympiakos produced an emphatic win over Buducnost Podgorica in Piraeus on Friday, a few hours after Panathinaikos succumbed once again on the road, this time at Khimki.

The Reds scored their sixth win in 10 games beating Buducnost by 22 (92-70), i.e. the team that last week had ended the unbeaten run of CSKA Moscow.

The Piraeus giant was only challenged by the Montenegrin visitors in the first half, that ended 44-37, as in the second the Greeks ran away with it thanks to their irresistible game in attack.

The barely 5,000 fans at the stands of the Peace and Friendship Stadium witnessed Zach LeDay playing his best game with the Greek club so far, scoring 28 points and collecting eight rebounds. Vassilis Spanoulis added another 17 points.

Before the match there were extensive clashes between Olympiakos fans and riot police, with two vehicles burnt from...

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