2007-08Regular SeasonRound 8
January 08, 2008 CET: 18:00
Local time: 18:00 HALA PIONIR
A wild shootout for first place in Group F ended with visiting Dynamo Moscow not only winning 98-104 over Red Star in Belgrade, Serbia, but sealing its ticket to the elimination rounds as well. Dynamo, the 2006 ULEB Cup champion, raised its record to 6-2, while Red Star fell to 5-3 and tied with CEZ Nymburk for third place. Red Star would lose any head-to-head tie between them, too. Meanwhile, its next victory or another Red Star loss will clinch first place for Dynamo, which used 72.2% two-point shooting (26 of 36) to leave no doubt about its deservedness to win Tuesday's showdown. Henry Domercant made 10 of 11 free throws on his way to 28 points for the winners. Milos Vujanic followed him with 22 points, Robertas Javtokas with 17, Travis Hansen with 14 and Sergey Bykov with 11. Red Star got 23 points from Mladen Sljivancanin, 22 from Omar Cook, 13 from Tadija Dragicevic and 11 from Nenad Misanovic.

Javtokas answered Misanovic's opening shot for Red star with 4 straight points, showing at the very begining that hosts would have lot of problems under the boards. Boris Bakic pushed Red Star with 5 points in a row to a 9-4 lead, but then Vujanic cut it with a bomb from downtown. Domercant joined him with 4 points and Dynamo led after a 0-7 run. When Domercant hit from downtown soon after, Dynamo was up 16-21. Thanks to Cook's triple and free throws, Red Star tied to close the first quarter ended 26-26. Vujanic brought Dynamo back in front with 7 straight points early in the second quarter that forced a Red Star timeout at 32-39 score. Red Star answered with 8-0 run and tied again thanks to long-range shots by Cook and Sljivancanin. The streaks continued, however, as Domercant scored 9 points in a row