Istanbul’s basketball giants Anadolu Efes are eying Khimki Moscow from Russia to climb into the top spot of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague.

Anadolu Efes are currently in second place in the league with a 13-3 record.

Real Madrid, Anadolu Efes and Barcelona share the top three spots in the standings with the same record.

Anadolu Efes previously beat Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv 99-79 in the EuroLeague last week.

EuroLeague said Anadolu Efes center, Bryant Dunston, is injured, and Khimki’s guard, Alexey Shved, is troubled by the flu.

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