Darussafaka Dogus Istanbul grabbed its second road win in this year's Turkish Airlines EuroLeague by downing Unics Kazan 87-94 on Tuesday. Darussafaka improved to 2-1 while Unics dropped to 3-0. Bradley Wanamaker led the winners with 22 points. James Anderson added 18, Scottie Wilbekin had 13, Birkan Batuk got 12 on 4-for-4 three-point shooting while Oguz Savas contributed 10 on 5-of-5 two-point shots for Darussafaka. Keith Langford led Unics with 22 points. Art Parakhouski added 17 points, 7 rebounds and 4 blocks, Quino Colom and Anton Ponkrashov each had 16 points, while Kostas Kaimakoglou got 11 for the hosts. Parakhouski, Langford and Ponkrashov combined for all the points in a 12-0 run to start the game. Wanamaker and Savas stepped up for Darussafaka, helping it tie the game, 28-28, late in the first quarter. Langford kept pacing Unics and got plenty of help from Parakhouski to let Unics regain the lead, 47-46, at halftime. Anderson took over after the break and free throws by Wilbekin gave Darussafaka a 59-65 lead after 30 minutes. Batuk struck twice from downtown and Wilbekin hit another one early in the fourth quarter, as Darussafaka boosted its margin to 63-78 and never looked back. Darussafaka won despite a 34-19 disadvantage in rebounds. goes back home to face Anadolu Efes Istanbul on Thursday, when Unics visits reigning Turkish Airlines EuroLeague champion CSKA Moscow.