|Joshua Heytvelt was prominent for Tofas at the weekend, but could not help his team avoid defeat in the BEKO Ligi|
Gameday 3 action in the EuroChallenge Regular Season tips off on Tuesday evening with 12 games and concludes on Wednesday night with the remaining four encounters.
The Turkish side are coming off an 87-74 road win over Royal Hali Gaziantep BŞB in the Turkish BEKO Ligi on Saturday.
ETHA also won away from home on Saturday, 75-73 at Petrolina AEK and improved to 2-2 in the Cypriot league standings.
Joshua Heytvelt finished with 15 points and nine rebounds in defeat.
KRKA also slumped to defeat on the road, losing 79-61 to Red Star in Belgrade in the Adriatic league, their fifth loss in nine games in the competition.
In their most recent EuroChallenge encounter, the Slovenes also tasted defeat, losing away to Karsiyaka 79-56
Krasnye Krylia (2-0) delivered one of their best performances on the weekend, inflicting on Spartak their first loss in the VTB League and, more impressively, did it in St. Petersburg.
The Samara outfit won 63-61 in overtime, behind 22 points from Chester Simmons.
After the St Petersburg stop, the Russians continue westwards and face Joensuun Kataja (1-1) on Tuesday.
The Finns routed Namika Lahti 98-43 in their domestic league on Sunday.
The Cypriots are at the top of the domestic league standings with a 4-0 record, after a comfortable 83-58 win over ENAD at the weekend.
The Romanian side registered a similar result on Friday, beating Dinamo Bucharest 86-47 at home
The Latvians defeated Siauliai 71-65 in Lithuania and remain at the top of their group in the Baltic League.
The other game of the group also takes in Sweden, but on Wednesday.
Despite losing 85-78 at Forssan Koripojat, the Tampere outfit remain at the top of the Finnish league standings but have yet to get off the mark in the EuroChallenge and face a premature do-or-die duel in Sweden
| Sava Lesic had a productive weekend for Khimik, scoring 21 points on six-for-seven shooting from the field|
The Romanians are now facing their toughest test in the EuroChallenge so far, when they play host to Khimik Yuzhne on Tuesday.
The Ukrainians are the only other unbeaten side in the group and registered an important win on the road on Friday and remain joint-top in the Superleague standings.
Khimik defeated Dnipro 90-68 behind 21 points from Sava Lesic, who was six-from-seven from the field and made seven-of-his-eight free throws.
Tartu Rock were impressive at the weekend in the Baltic League, defeating Liepaja 87-55 while the French side lost 61-67 at home to Pro A leaders Le Mans.