We don't know if any of Mikhail Prokhorov's people were among the 4,250 fans who attended Thursday's Eurolegue game outside Moscow, but if they did, they got a thrilling, if controversial, show, a controversial buzzer beater by the home team. What they didn't get was an opportunity to see Bojan Bogdanovic or Ilkan Karaman provide any last-second heroics. Neither was on the court at the end of the game when Kelvin Rivers, who played at Clemson, hit the winner to give Khimki the win. Fener protested the call and the Euroleague will review it on Tuesday
With their best player (and possibly the best player in Europe) Bo McCalebb still out, Fener has lost three of its last six games in the Euroleague and Turkish League. Bogdanovic played 24 minutes, and shot 5-for-11 overall, taking only one three-pointer, which he missed. He had two open court dunks but left the game with seven minutes left. Karaman played 14 minutes, missed two shots and grabbed two rebounds.
Game Report: BC Khimki MR vs. Fenerbahce Ulker - Euroleague