There was plenty of emotions in Round 7, as Brandon Davies had a homecoming, Derrick Williams played his former teammates and Chris Kramer made a long awaited return to the floor. Check out our selection of social media posts from around the EuroLeague.
ONE MOHAWK COMING UP?: Sounds like a challenge: Nigel Hayes urges you to retweet, and Thomas Walkup kind of hopes you don't!
ARGENTINE CONNECTIONS: It was a pretty nice week for a Baskonia duo of Luca Vildoza and Patricio Garino, seeing and playing against their countrymen and friends at Real Madrid and Milan.
DE COLO FAMILY BUSINESS: A knack for making buckets might be running in Nando De Colo's family.
JOYS OF FATHERHOOD: Real's Facu Campazzo with his little girl, and Efes Dogus Balbay and his son.
WE LOVE SHANE: Young Efes fan really loves Shane Larkin.
MOVEMBER: Maccabi's Jake Cohen is doing it again, growing a moustache during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues. Everybody should join in!
HOMECOMING: Brandon Davies was excited to go back to Kaunas, and Zalgiris was so happy to welcome him back.
GOOD TO SEE YOU BRO: Fenerbahce's Derrick Williams was excited to see his former teammates from Bayern, but made it clear how he feels.
GREAT TO SEE YOU, CHRIS: Khimki took a road win in St Petersburg, and Chris Kramer made his EuroLeague debut as he returned to the basketball court after more than 7 months, having suffered a devastating knee injury during the EuroCup Quarterfinals in March.
ONE ASSIST SHY: Panathinaikos point guard Nick Calathes was one assist shy from getting a triple-double, and his teammate Tyrese Rice took the blame.
WINNERS' CORNER: Emotions were running high all around the continent as things are starting to pick up rapidly in the EuroLeague season. ASVEL, Maccabi and Milan remained perfect on home floor, while Real, Efes and Barcelona picked up big road wins.