19 September, 2017
06 May, 2018
23 Augusto Lima (ESP)
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Ten takeaways from the second leg of Quarter-Finals

MIES, Switzerland (Basketball Champions League) - The Basketball Champions League Quarter-Finals are now over. Let's have a look a some key facts to take away after this week's second leg games.

1. AS Monaco are the only team to qualify for the Final Four in both Basketball Champions League seasons.

2. MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg are the only team to qualify for the Final Four without a single home win in Play-Offs.

3. MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg have won their eighth consecutive away game in BCL. Against medi Bayreuth they've completed their seventh double-digit margin win away from home (77-89).

4. Monaco have suffered their first ever home defeat in the BCL (W17).

5. UCAM Murcia conceded 72 points against Pinar Karsiyaka – the Spanish side have not conceded more than 72 points in their last five consecutive BCL games. They've conceded the fewest points per game in the Play-Offs (70.0).

6. AEK made 24 free-throws in their visit to Strasbourg, the most any team has scored in a single game of the Quarter-Finals. They made 82.3% of their FT attempts, the best scoring ratio from the line among all teams in the Play-Offs.

7. Gerald Robinson made six 3-pointers in Monaco's home game against Banvit, as many as he has scored in his previous six BCL games combined.

8. Assem Marei came from the bench to tally 18 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists – he saved the best for last, as he recorded his best tally in points and assists and a joint-best tally in rebounds in the last BCL game of the season for medi Bayreuth.

9. Kevin Punter scored 18 points against SIG Strasbourg – he has made 15+ points in 10 of his last 11 BCL games.

10. Brad Oleson made 100% of his free-throw attempts against Pinar Karsiyaka. UCAM Murcia's sharpshooter has only missed one FT attempted in BCL this season (20/21).