March 7, 2017
Each series started on Tuesday. As soon as the draw was made, everyone began to speculate about the possibility of all the Turkish teams advancing. That suddenly looked less likely after the first game in Slovakia, where Good Angels Kosice beat Galatasaray 73-62, leaving the visitors with some work to do in the second leg on Friday. Courtney Paris and Hatay did their job in Krakow, beating Wisla 69-57. Yakin Dogu University had a tough time winning in Villeneuve, coming back to take a 68-67 lead home with them as they continue to build momentum. The most secure team heading into the four games in Turkey is Abdullah Gul University, which beat Lattes Montpellier 85-65.
Good Angels Kosice vs. Galatasaray 73-62 KOSC Oblak 19 Baugh 18/13r Jurcenkova 10 Zirkova 7 Allen 5 GALA Alben 14 Jefferson 10 Da Silva 8 Paris 6 Vitola 4/6r
Wisla Can-Pack vs. Hatay 57-69 WIS Ben Abdelkader 14/8r Kobryn 11/8r Gidden 11/6r Morrison 10 HATA Paris 21/13r Hurst 18 Snytsina 15/6r Turner 6/11r/8a Stankovic 2 Tanacan 0
ESBVA-LM vs. Yakin Dogu Universitesi 67-68 ESBV Ayayi 17 Iagupova 17 Bremont 15 YDUB McBride 18/12r Vandersloot 17/10a Hollingsworth 16 Leuchanka 6/10r Carson 4 Robinson 4
BLMA vs. Bellona AGU 65-85 BLMA Lardy 15 Halman 12 Michel 11/6a Mann 9 KAYS Wauters 18/8r Dubljevic 18/7r Sanders 12 Mazic 10/8r Wright 10/8a Gray 7