In the 2nd part of our roundup we look at how EuroChallenge participants in groups E through H fared in their domestic competitions at the weekend, with a special focus on Benfica's success in the Supertaça de Portugal.
Bulgarian international Chavdar Kostov is poised to terrorise opposing defenders in the EuroChallenge next season, but will do so in a UBC Güssing Knights jersey, rather than in a Lukoil Academic Sofia uniform.
Szolnoki Olaj completed on Saturday a 3-0 sweep of Atomeromu in the Hungarian Division A Finals to collect their third domestic league title in four years, the fifth in the club's history.
GasTerra Flames Groningen claimed at the weekend their fourth title in the 68-year history of the Dutch Eredivisie league to complete the domestic double for the first time in the history of the club.
This time around it went down to the last game of a hotly contested play-off finals, but in the end Krka Novo Mesto prevailed once again, celebrating their fifth consecutive Slovenian Telemach League title.
Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia were expecting a very different ending to the season that brought them the historical conquest of the EuroChallenge trophy, than the dramatic finale that unravelled this week.
The 2013/14 season is over in a rather unceremonious way for EuroChallenge finalists Triumph Lyubertsy, who played their last game on Wednesday night.
Krka Novo Mesto and KK Union Olimpija Ljubljana, the finalists of the Slovenian Telemach league play-offs, have united forces to launch a commendable solidarity initiative towards flood victims in the Balkans.