The fight for the top of the KLS table is quite interesting, but even more uncertain is the battle for survival. In one of the bottom-of-the-table derbies, Novi Pazar defeated Zdravlje 99-89 in front of their home crowd.
The Pazar team made a significant step in the fight for survival, with Luka Vasic contributing 24 points and seven rebounds, and Džerom Grin adding 23 points to the victory. The guests from Leskovac were led by Jovan Marinković-Đorđević with 29 points and Jordan Aleksander with 26 points and six assists.
Tamiš also secured valuable points in the battle for survival by defeating Mladost 80-76 after a tough match. Branislav Terzić led the way with 17 points and seven rebounds, supported by Đorđe Rakočević with 13 points.
Vuk Vulikić was the standout performer for Mladost with 18 points and six assists, while Lazar Vasic added 12 points. The most thrilling match took place in Sombor, where Joker threatened and reversed the score in the final quarter, but OKK Belgrade managed to resist and ultimately triumphed 86-78.
Mihailo Petrović played a crucial role in the victory with 25 points, eight assists, and six rebounds, along with Bogoljub Marković who scored 23 points. Joker was led by Dejvis and Jugović, both contributing 17 points.
Dinamik and Spartak will meet on Monday, while the matches between Zlatibor and Vojvodina, and Sloga and SDP Radnički will be played on February 7. Vršac currently holds the top position in the table with 15 wins, although they have played one more game than Vojvodina and Zlatibor.