|Derek Raivio led Okapi Aalstar to win in the Ethias League at the weekend, picking up 20 points.|
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.
After receiving a huge morale boost with their away win at Gaz Metan Medias in the domestic league at the weekend, BCMU Pitesti (0-2) are hoping to earn a first victory in the EuroChallege when they host Belfius Mons-Hainaut (1-1) in Romania.
The Belgian side defeated VOO Verviers-Pepinster 91-63 on Saturday but are still without their starting power forward Justin Cage who sustained a foot injury a week ago.
Group leaders Okapi Aalstar (2-0) meanwhile are coming off an important 95-89 success over Oostende in the Ethias League, which has helped them extend their lead at the top of the domestic league table.
The Belgians are welcoming Paris Levallois (1-1) on Tuesday night.
The Parisians lost 82-76 at Villeurbanne at the weekend, with Sean May leading the team once again in scoring (16 points) and rebounds (seven)
The three-game winning streak that EWE Baskets Oldenburg (2-0) had put together between EuroChallenge and the German BEKO Bundesliga came to a crushing end on Saturday.
Oldenburg lost 96-66 at Ratiopharm Ulm, signaling their fourth defeat in 10 games in the domestic season.
The group leaders however are hoping to bounce back against Lami-Véd Körmend (0-2).
The Hungarians are in last place in Group F but had a good weekend domestically, defeating Debrecen 94-76.
In the other game in the group, Romanian side Timisoara are hosting Szolnoki Olaj, with both sides at 1-1.
Timisoara enjoyed a comfortable Saturday win over CSU Atlassib Sibiu in their domestic league, 85-66.
Szolnoki on the other hand led Turkish Airlines Euroleague outfit Cedevita for most of the game in Zagreb on Sunday, but succumbed to a 91-86 defeat and remain bottom of the standings in the Adriatic League.
|Diabate Souleyman led SLUC Nancy to a road win in Pro A action, scoring 24 points|
Nancy got their revenge on Gravelines-Dunkerque, for last Tuesday's defeat in the EuroChallenge, by defeating their French rivals 83-79 in overtime at the weekend in Pro A action.
Diabate Souleyman led Nancy to the important road victory with 24 points on 58 percent shooting from the floor.
Telekom Baskets Bonn (2-0) had a fantastic couple of weeks both in Germany and Europe but their unbeaten run was snapped on Saturday.
They were outscored 100-87 by Bremerhaven at home, despite the fact six of their players scored in double digits.
Bonn are hosting Armia (0-2) who reached their fourth victory in as many games in the Georgian league at the weekend.
Armia cruised to a 93-64 success over Sokhumi on the road affording themselves the luxury of giving at least 10 minutes of playing time to each player on the 12-man squad.
Hapoel slumped to a second loss in a row in the Israeli league on Sunday, after falling 76-68 at home to Hapoel Jerusalem.
The Giants also lost at the weekend, 86-73 at Liege, and lie in sixth place in the Ethias league standings with three wins in seven games.