The first week of the new EuroLeague season concluded with the home sides reigning supreme in three games on Friday.
Khimki edged Valencia 75-70 in a physically intense battle between two EuroLeague newcomers.
Alexey Shved paced the Khimki attack with 19 points despite going just 5/17 from the field.
Zalgiris squeaked out a 78-76 win over Crvena Zvezda in Kaunas.
Paulius Jankunas led a balanced Zalgiris attack with 15 points, with another four players going for double figures.
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Barcelona were throughly impressive as they eased past Panathinaikos 98-71.
Kevin Seraphin led Barca with 24 points and nine rebounds.