EUROLEAGUE STORE: Euroleague Basketball launched the first Turkish Airlines EuroLeague store in collaboration with Amazon, and ALBA's Peyton Siva wants to see some merchandise in there.
BRANDENBURGER TOR: Zenit's Vlad Trushkin went for an evening stroll in the German capital only to find Brandenburg Gate, one of world's most famous sights, all for himself.
FAMILY DEALINGS: Trey Thompkins reached an important agreement – with his daughter.
BIRTHDAYS: Real guard Sergio Llull felt great celebrating birthday with his family, and Jan Vesely was thrilled to be there for his son's second birthday.
CHILDREN'S DAY: In honor of World Children's Day, some Turkish Airlines EuroLeague stars answered a quick quiz on the big questions about their childhood.
LITHUANIAN POWER: Fenerbahce Edgaras Ulanovas took a chance to catch up with his countrymen in Baskonia jersey, Rokas Giedraitis and Tadas Sedekerskis.
HANDLES: Is Facundo Campazzo's ball handling secret out?
GETTING BACK: Milan's Malcolm Delaney could not wait to finally get back on the floor, while Fenerbahce's Nando De Colo is patient as he still has some rehab left to do.
PROUD MILESTONES: Real big man Walter Tavares played 100 EuroLeague games, while Bojan Dubljevic became Valencia's all-time leading scorer and his teammates honored him for a memorable photo.
SKILL APPROVED: Valencia playmaker Sam Van Rossom took notice of his former teammate's Luke Sikma assist against ASVEL.
WINNER'S CIRCLE: CSKA, Baskonia, Real and Valencia each picked up two wins this past week, while eight other teams had one win, including Barcelona which extended its lead atop of the standings.