After a week away, the EuroLeague returned with the first playoff spot finalised with CSKA Moscow’s campaign now moving beyond the regular season.

This is due to the Muscovites sealing a 93-86 win to Baskonia to not only maintain their place at the summit of the EuroLeague standings but also clinch a post-season place.

Will Clyburn paced four Moscow players in double figures with 19 points.

Olympiacos were guided by a Vassilis Spanoulis masterclass as they overcame Valencia 80-70.

The 35-year-old combined 25 points with nine assists, narrowly missing out on a double-double to lead the Reds to joint second with Fenerbahce.

And that’s due to Fenerbahce securing a routine 89-70 win over Olimpia Milano in Istanbul.

Jason Thompson paced the winners with 15 points as the reigning EuroLeague champions registered their fifth straight home win and seventh in their last eight games.

Unicaja Malaga got the better of visiting Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv as Nemanja Nedovic’s 15 points led to an 83-69 win.

Ray McCallum added 14 points and James Augustine posted 12 points and nine rebounds for Unicaja in the win.