|Timothy Black had 13 points in the Antwerp Giants defeat of Belgacom Liege|
Antwerp Giants were the only EuroChallenge side in the Belgian league to win over the weekend.
Eddy Casteels' men hit back from their European setback at Steaua-Turabo to beat Belgacom Liege 59-54 with Trent Strickland and Timothy Black scoring 13 points apiece and Bryan Hopkins adding 11.
Graham Brown had a game-high nine rebounds to go with his eight points for Antwerp.
Belgacom Liege, who are 2-0 in the EuroChallenge, led 17-11 at the end of the opening quarter but didn't press home the advantage.
Dexia Mons-Hainaut and Telenet BC Oostende are playing in the European competition as well and both suffered one-point defeats at home.
General Okapi Aalstar won 75-74 over Dexia and Oostende fell 78-77 to Stella Artois Leuven Bears.
Okapi now lead the league in Belgium and Liege are at the bottom of the standings.
In France, Nancy kept the winning momentum going with a 79-76 triumph at Le Mans.
Tremmell Darden tore apart Le Mans with 24 points while France international Alain Koffi scored 27 and hauled in a game-high 13 rebounds in defeat.
Nancy are 2-0 in the EuroChallenge and going up against fellow French side Entente Orleanaise this week.
The Orleans outfit warmed up for that contest with a 97-75 rout of hosts Pau-Lacq-Orthez as JR Reynolds scored 27 points.
Gravelines-Dunkerque hit back from their 40-point drubbing at home to Spartak St Petersburg with a 90-81 win at Strasbourg.
Ben Woodside lead Gravelines with 21 points.
In the Russian Cup, Spartak, rolled to a 76-65 victory at Cherepovec, BC NN edged Yugra 87-81 and Lokomotiv-Kuban destroyed Revda 97-68.
Miguel Minhava's three-point play at the end of the contest gave Lisboa e Benfica a 74-71 home win over Sampaense in Portugal.
Telekom Baskets Bonn came from behind in the fourth quarter to win 74-72 at home in the Beko BBL against Ewe Baskets Oldenburg.
Bonn are 1-1 in the EuroChallenge.
Deutsche Bank Skyliners only seem to play close games and they lost 81-77 at Alba Berlin.
Skyliners, also 1-1 in the EuroChallenge, lost to Alba despite getting 32 points from DaShaun Wood.
In Turkey, Pinar Karsiyaka are off to a 2-0 start in the EuroChallenge but they went down to an 84-82 defeat at Aliaga Petkim.
The other EuroChallenge side in Turkey, Turk Telekom, slumped to an 85-72 home setback against Galatasaray Cafe Crown.
Krka blew out KK Zagreb in midweek but both tasted victory in the Adriatic League.
The former claimed a 100-94 win over Zadar - another team in the EuroChallenge.
Zoran Dragic, the younger brother of Phoenix Suns playmaker and Slovenia international Goran Dragic, poured in 22 points for Krka.
KK Zagreb won 83-74 over Cedevita after getting 18 points from Krunoslav Simon and 16 from Damir Mulaomerovic.
There is no slowing down BK Prostejov in Europe or the Czech Republic.
After recording a second victory in as many EuroChallenge games with an 81-75 success at Bonn, Prostejov returned to the Mattoni NBL and scraped a 90-88 triumph over BK Decin.