Giannis Antetokounmpo, centre, was unable to guide Greece to glory ©Getty Images

Germany capitalised on home advantage to set up a EuroBasket semi-final clash against Spain after overcoming Giannis Antetokounmpo's Greece 107-96 in Berlin.

Dennis Schröder scored a team high of 26 points and Daniel Theis dominated the boards with 16 rebounds to close out a stunning quarter-final win.

Greece led at the half-way stage, but the match was finely balanced at 61-57, offering hope to the host nation.

The third quarter became the major turning point as Germany shut out a potential Antetokounmpo storm and delivered on the offensive end.

They outscored their opponents 26-10 to take a handsome 83-71 lead into the final quarter where they wrapped things up and send the EuroBasket Arena into euphoria.

Antetokounmpo, a National Basketball Association (NBA) champion and two-time NBA Most Valuable Player, expectedly performed statistically, netting 31 points and leading his team in assists, rebounds and steals.

He notched seven boards, assisted his teammates on eight occasions and stole the ball three times but let his frustration get the better of him as he was ejected with five minutes remaining after being accused of an unsportsmanlike foul on Johannes Thiemann.

Meanwhile, Spain dumped out Lauri Markkanen's Finland 100-90 as their quest for a fourth EuroBasket title continues.

Spain transformed an 11-point first quarter deficit into a six-point lead by the end of the third quarter.

A glimmer of hope was showed when the Finns reduced the gap to 84-82, though this evaporated in an instant after Spain catapulted into a 11-2 run aided by two three-pointers from captain Rudy Fernandez.

The Hernangomez brothers starred for their national side with Willy firing an efficient 76.9 per cent from the field and netted seven of eight free throws to tally 27 points.

Juancho Hernangomez shot a more modest 45.5 per cent from the field, but still racked up 15 points.

Following his heroics two days ago, Markkanen's once again felt the weight of his nation on his shoulders and delivered an efficient 28 points.

The second set of quarter-finals are scheduled to be played tomorrow, with defending champions Slovenia playing Poland and Olympic silver medallists France meeting Italy.