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MOTIVATION: A traditional Turkish Airlines EuroLeague GM mid-season survey revealed Crvena Zvezda guard Jordan Loyd as the breakout player, but Loyd seems to be far from being done.

HAPPY B-DAY, DANILO: Home or away, Fenerbahce does not miss a chance to celebrate with birthday cakes. Danilo Barthel had his birthday during the team’s visit to Belgrade.

WINTER SUN: Vladislav Trushkin really enjoyed Zenit’s road trip to Athens.


THANKING LUKA: Luka Doncic mentioned Felipe Reyes, Rudy Fernandez, Sergio Llull and Vassilis Spanoulis as players he learned a lot from, and couple of those thanked him right back.

CARDBOARD SUPPORT: EuroLeague fans never stop findings ways to make their presence felt in the EuroLeague arenas, and so do family members, like Augustine Rubit’s who loved seeing their faces in the stands of Zalgirio Arena.

BELGRADE RETURNS: Former Zvezda players always get big love and feel appreciated when they come back to play in Belgrade.


DEAR OLD FRIENDS: Baskonia’s Rokas Giedraitis was welcomed by ALBA Berlin players when he returned to the German capital to play against his former team, and so was the case couple of days later when Tornike Shengelia made his first visit to Vitoria-Gasteiz where he played the last six seasons. In addition, Baskonia and CSKA had many former teammates on their rosters, and there was a lot of love on the floor before the game.


SQUAD WELCOME: Barcelona gave Leo Westermann a welcome to the team treatment in the locker room.

WINNERS’ CIRCLE: With Baskonia edging CSKA, and Milan winning in the Spanish capital, there are 13 teams within 6 wins of each other in what is shaping out to be another dramatic playoff race.




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