| Chinemelu Elonu is the Week 2 EuroChallenge top statistical performer|
Chinemelu Elonu was not able to help Tofas to back-to-back victories to begin the new EuroChallenge season, but he was still able to top Week Two's EuroChallenge top statistical performer's list.
With 23 points on 10-for-12 shooting from the floor and 15 rebounds, the Nigerian-born center ended with an efficiency rating of 35 but it was not enough to help Tofas avoid a four-point loss to Ural Ekaterinburg on the road.
Three players finished with an efficiency rating of 31, including Julian Wright and Tai Wesley who were prominent in their team's victories.
Wright had 24 points and nine rebounds as defending champions Krasnye Krylia recovered from their opening week loss to waltz past CSM Oradea 89-74.
Wesley was even more dominant than Wright at the offensive end of the court, amassing 31 points, three assists and 10 rebounds as the impressive SPM Shoeters Den Bosch improved to 2-0 to stand alone atop Group A.
Whilst not being part of a winning team, Renaldo Major was able to join Wesley and Wright with an efficiency of 31, picking up 21 points and nine rebounds as Kataja Basket were silenced by the Bakken Bears, 101-90 on the road.
EUROCHALLENGE WEEK 2 EFFICIENCY RATING - TOP 10