Only four teams remained unbeaten in the 7DAYS EuroCup, after the end of the second week.
Crvena Zvezda made the come-back and beat Monaco in France (63-66). The Serbians were down by seven at the end of the third quarter (44-37). But, they outscored their opponents 19-29 in the fourth quarter to win the game.
A 28-18 run in the first quarter helped Lokomotiv Kuban take a double-digit lead and never look back. Limoges couldn’t turn things around and were defeated (82-64).
Four players scored in double figures for the winners, with Dmitry Kulagin having 15. Dwight Hardy had 11 points for the French team.
Unics Kazan played very well offensively and defeated Rytas Vilnius at home (86-73). The Russians were in front by nine at halftime (41-32) and retained their lead until the end of the game.
Jamar Smith had 19 points for Unics, while Pierria Henry came close to the double-double (10 points, seven rebounds, nine assists). Deividas Sirvydis contributed 17 points for the losing squad.
Thanks to a great third quarter (11-24), Valencia edged Turk Telekom in Ankara (67-72).
Will Thomas led the winners with 16 points, with Matt Thomas adding 13. Sylven Landesberg had 16 points for the Turks and Kenny Gabriel scored 15 and grabbed six rebounds.
In the other matches, Tofas Bursa dominated Arka Gdynia (96-79), Cedevita survived Alba Berlin (75-73), Ratiopharm Ulm defeated Galatasaray (103-92), Andorra decimated Brescia (110-91) and Mornar Bar beat Fiat Turin on the road (80-84).