Abbreviation: BUY
Country: Turkey
Domestic League: Turkey - TBL
W-L: 7-13
03/11/2018 67 - 87 at Gaziantep Gaziantep
03/04/2018 63 - 77 vs Anadolu Efes Anadolu Efes
02/10/2018 89 - 84 at Banvit Banvit
02/07/2018 77 - 90 vs Nevezis Nevezis

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