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Turkey's Fenerbahçe Beko suffered a frustrating home loss to Barcelona on Jan. 17 that ended the Istanbul club's three-game winning streak in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague.
The Spanish team toppled Fenerbahçe 80-74.
Greek playmaker guard Kostas Sloukas led Fenerbahçe Beko with a "double-double" at the Ülker Sports and Event Hall.
Greece's financial police on Wednesday raided the headquarters of the country's soccer federation (EPO) in Athens, the federation said.
The financial police were not immediately available for comment, but an official, who declined to be identified, said they were looking into possible financial misconduct.
Turkish basketball club Fenerbahçe Beko defeated Greece's Olympiacos Piraeus 96-87 in a Round 17 game of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague.
The Istanbul club ended their four-match losing streak in the EuroLeague with the away victory.
Fenerbahçe's Nando De Colo was unstoppable as he played with 32 points to be the highest scorer of the game.
Greece won its second consecutive title at the FINA Junior Men's Water Polo World Championships on Friday, confirming that its future looks particularly bright in the sport.
Two years after winning the title in Belgrade, the Greeks repeated their feat in Kuwait increasing the expectations for this gold generation.
Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas returns the ball to Andrey Rublev from Russia during the first day of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Thursday. Tsitsipas defeated Rublev 6-3, 6-4 in less than 70 minutes and will now face Novak Djokovic in Friday's semi-final. [AP]
Turkish basketball powerhouse Anadolu Efes maintained their lead in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague over 74-68 win against Zalgiris Kaunas in Lithuania.
The EuroLeague title contenders Anadolu Efes grasped the away victory as German center Tibor Pleiss and Serbian star Vasilije Micic scored 18 points each.