Germani Brescia lost at home against Darussafaka 35-61 setting some negative records in EuroCup.
Darussafaka only allowed 35 points, the fewest points by any team in EuroCup history. Brescia hit only 12 field goal attempts, also an all-time low, with a low percentages (12 of 61, 19.7%). That allowed Darussafaka to pull down 41 defensive rebounds, the best mark in a non-overtime EuroCup game and the second-best mark in competition history; ALBA Berlin pulled down 46 in a five-overtime win against Bosna Sarajevo on December 4, 2007.
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It was also the lowest-scoring game in competition history. The two teams combined for 96 points. Bizkaia Bilbao Basket and CEZ Basketball Nymburk had previously combined for 98 points in Game 2 of the 2010-11 quarterfinals, 46-52, on March 31, 2010. Brescia also recorded the lowest team PIR in EuroCup history: 0. Telenet Ostend had the previous record, 14, on November 5, 2002.