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Doellman got a standing ovation after hitting the game-winning shot late in overtime. / VÍCTOR SALGADO-FCB

Tomas Satoransky scored 19 punts and forced OT with a pair of free throws at the end of regulation. / VÍCTOR SALGADO-FCB

Justin Doellman put un a sensational last-minute performance on Friday night as FC Barcelona Lassa scored a huge overtime victory over CSKA Moscow at a sold-out Palau Blaugrana.

The tension begand to build just as Tomas Satoransky stepped to the line and hit a pair of free throws at the end of regulation to tie the game at 85 and force overtime.

But the extra period was even more heart-stopping.

With just 4.2 seconds reamining and Barça trailing 98–95, Doellman nailed a clutch three-pointer to tie the game. He then stole the ensuing inbound pass and drained a 15-foot jumper to put the Catalans up 100-98 with 1.5 seconds on the clock.

CSKA inbounded again and a half-court heave smacked off the backboard, giving FC Barcelona a wild win and sending the Palau Blaugrana into a state of pandemonium.

Doellman had 12 points on the night, the last five of which tied and won the game in the waning moments of OT. He also had game-highs with 10 rebounds and 4 steals, the final one allowing him to hit the game-winning shot.

Center Ante Tomic led Barça with 21 points and was 9/10 from the free throw line to go along qwith 6 rebounds. Satoransky chipped in 19 points and 6 rebounds of his own.

Nando de Colo led CSKA with 30 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals.

Despite the win, FC Barcelona were outshot by CSKA from the field but only turned the ball over 11 times to CSKA's 15. As a team, Barça outrebounded the Russians 40-39.


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GAME STATISTICS

FCB Lassa, 100
CSKA, 98

FC Barcelona Lassa: Oleson (8), Satoransky (19), Navarro (11), Doellman (12), Dorsey (3) –starting five– Ribas (2), Vezenkov, Samuels, Arroyo (9), Perperoglou (15), Tomic (21) and Eriksson.

CSKA Moscou: De Colo (30), Fridzon (4), Lazarev, Vorontsevich (15), Higgins –starting five– Kulagin , Teodosic (23), Jackson, Korobkov, Freeland (5), Kurbanov (4) i Hines (17).

Attendance: 6,778 (season high)

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