Greens return to form, Reds dominate
Panathinaikos grind out win after derby loss
Panathinaikos rebounded from the midweek derby defeat to Olympiakos to grind out a win against Panellinios on Saturday as Olympiakos got to the halfway mark of the regular A1 League season with a perfect record after an easy win over struggling Iraklis.
The Greens, still carrying the psychological wounds of their first home defeat to Olympiakos in four years, left it late to beat Panellinios away but had just enough to get an 80-73 win.
Olympiakos had a much easier task at home against Iraklis. The Reds thrashed the visitors 88-58.
The results mean that after 13 games, Olympiakos have 26 points and Panathinaikos 25.
PAOK are in third on 20 points after an impressive 92-55 win over Kavala, who slipped into fourth.
Ikaros Kallitheas have overtaken Aris after their mid-table battle ended in a 64-62 win for the Athenians.
The day's other game, Maroussi vs Peristeri, also ended in a two-point win for the home side. Maroussi won 81-79.
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