KINGS' SELFIE: King Felipe VI of Spain has probably not been in too many selfies but Real Madrid players, visiting as Spanish Cup winners again, took an opportunity for a team selfie with the King. Meanwhile, Brose Bamberg players and staff had the honor of signing the Golden Book of Bamberg for their German Cup win.
CELEBRITY COMPANY: Famous Turkish chef Nusret Gokce, also known as Salt Bea, with Fenerbahce’s Bogdan Bogdanovic and Pero Antic.
WOMEN’S DAY: March 8 is celebrated as International Women’s Day, and EuroLeague players and coaches took it too Twitter, paying respect for their mothers, sisters, wives, and women in general.
EUROCUP SHOUTOUT: Former Valencia Basket player Nando De Colo, and former Unicaja Malaga point guard Jayson Granger had one eye on 7DAYS EuroCup Quarterfinals Game 3 on Wednesday, and were happy their former teams made it to the semifinals.
REACTION TO THE COMEBACK: The entire sports world was in awe of FC Barcelona’s soccer team and their remarkable “last second” 6-1 win in the Champions League on Wednesday. Many EuroLeague players were watching, too, and were quick to jump to Twitter for reactions. FC Barcelona Lassa stars Justin Doellman and Aleksander Vezenkov were among those who witnessed the game, and shared a video, too.
TRIPLES FROM THE BALCONY: Caught on camera for proof, Barcelona’s Alex Renfroe and Marcus Eriksson made impossible shots while hanging out with children at the local school.
FRIENDS IN BASKETBALL PLACES: On Thursday CSKA Moscow welcomed Galatasaray Odeabank Istanbul, and CSKA’s Kyle Hines welcomed Galatasaray’s Tibor Pleiss, his teammate during their time with Brose Bamberg few seasons ago.
WINNERS' CORNER: Three teams booked their playoff tickets, CSKA Moscow first among them. Baskonia’s win at Fenerbahce was especially big in the playoff race, and Shane Larkin’s reaction in the locker room after the game speaks how much it meant.