Lampe scored 10 points back in his home country/ PHOTO: EUROLEAGUE.NET

Xavi Pascual's side are now eight for eight in the Euroleague following a comprehensive victory over the bottom side in their group, Polish outfit PGE Turow Zgorzelec. Barça dominated from start to finish but it was in the second and third quarters when the blaugranes took hold of the contest in Poland.

Barça started quickly and once ahead they never relinquished the lead, starting with three pointers from Oleson and Thomas, they continued to control the game and ended the first quarter with a 20-16 lead. In the second quarter the blaugranes pressed home their advantage with some impressive basketball, Doellman, Tomic and Nachbar all helping to give the visitors a 43-27 lead at half time.

Turow started the third quarter well but it was just a mirage as Barça outscored them 36-12 with successive dunks from Satoransky and Hezonja only serving to outline their superiority. Pascual's side had a lead of 81-43 in the third quarter that was extended in the final period, reaching an advantage of 42 points at 104-62 before a final three pointer from Turow's Taylor made it 104-65 at the hooter.


PGE Turow Zgorzelec, 65
FC Barcelona, 104

PGE Turow Zgorzelec (16+11+16+22): Chylinski (12), Jaramaz (9), Nikolic (4), Taylor (17), Kulig (2) (starting five), Wisniewski (8), Dylewicz (3), Moldoveanu (2), Wright (4), Zigeranovic (4)

FC Barcelona (20+23+36+25): Huertas (5), Oleson (5), Thomas (8), Lampe (10), Tomic (12) (starting five), Doellman (5), Satoransky (9), Abrines (10), Hezonja (15), Pleiss (5), Nachbar (17), Hakanson (3)

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