After the completion of the first round eighth week match-ups in the Euroleague, Anadolu Efes retained its position as the team with the lowest points conceded among the 24 teams with 541 points in total, and 67.6 points per game.
Forcing 107 turnovers after the first eight matches, Anadolu Efes only allowed 94 assists to become the only team with more turnovers forced than assists allowed.
Grabbing 38 rebounds on road at Zalgiris, Anadolu Efes, after eight weeks, has ranked second among 24 teams with 39.0 rebounds per game.
The team has a two-point shot percentage of 44.5%, ranking second among the 24 teams.
With six blocks against Zalgiris, Anadolu Efes increased its blocks per game to 3.9, ranking fifth among the 24 teams.
Making two blocks against Zalgiris, Stephane Lasme maintained his spot in the second place with 1.75 blocks per game, while reaching his 151st block in his Euroleague career, also holding the second place among the best blockers in the Euroleague history. He also made at least two blocks in his last six matches in the Euroleague.
Making three assists on road against Zalgiris, Dontaye Draper has 4.50 assists per game and is ranked 13th among players with the highest number of assists.
Young player Okben Ulubay has played in a Euroleague game for the first time in his career. Playing for 22:12 minutes against Zalgiris Kaunas, Ulubay had 9 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 block.
Dusan Ivkovic used 10 different players in the starting lineups this season. Only Stratos Perperoglou was present in all these lineups.
In his last five Euroleague matches, Milko Bjelica hit 11/17 (64.7%) of his three-point shots.