A flat out dominant performance on Friday night finished off a perfect February for Anadolu Efes in the Euroleague.

Rejoining Efes after playing a pair of games for Turkey earlier in the week, Shane Larkin got a bit of a breather on Friday, playing just 24 minutes while scoring 11 points on 3-of-6 from the field. He added five assists as Efes dismantled Fenerbahce on their home court in a 106-74 victory.

Efes led from wire to wire, including scoring the first eight points of the game. They led 24-11 after one and 53-39 at halftime en route to the easy win. Vasilije Micic led the way in the scoring column, pouring in 37 points in the victory.

Efes now has a season-best four-match win streak and has won seven of eight to climb to 15-10 and move up above Fenerbahce, in a tie with Zenit St. Petersburg, for sixth in the EuroLeague standings, half a game behind Real Madrid and FC Bayern Munich, who are tied for fourth.

Next week will include two chances for Efes to move up as they host a pair of games. On Tuesday, Valencia Basket will come to Sinan Erdem Sports Hall for a 12:30 p.m. ET tip-off. Two days later it will be CSKA Moscow, currently second in the EL standings, coming to town. That game also tips at 12:30 p.m. ET on Thursday.