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Time to find the fan favorite: Jayon Graves wins last week

MIES (Switzerland) - Sixteen teams were in action during the third week of the Basketball Champions League Season Seven. We set up a poll with five most impactful players and asked the fans who was the player of the week.

We have narrowed the list down to five names, using the Viziball Advanced Stats system. These five guys were the most impactful in their teams' wins this week.

Peristeri bwin's Miro Bilan got the most votes in the first week, Falco Vulcano Szombathely's Zoltan Perl was the fan favorite in the second week.

Third week belonged to Bnei Ofek Dist Herzliya's Maurice Kemp, while Jordan Davis of UCAM Murcia won the vote in week four. Justin Johnson of MHP RIESEN was the fan favorite in week five.

Angelo Caloiaro (Galatasaray Nef)

It was the biggest game of the week, and coach Andreas Pistiolis had a huge boost off the bench once Angelo Caloiaro took the wing. The 33-year-old forward had an 18-point, 10-rebound double-double, Galatasaray were a +16 team with him on the floor against Hapoel Atsmon Holon.

Nate Reuvers (UNAHOTELS Reggio Emilia)

Another big guy off the bench did his thing. Nate Reuvers powered UNAHOTELS Reggio Emilia to an important win over Pinar Karsiyaka, keeping them in the hunt for the next phase. Reuvers finished with 16 points, 6 rebounds, 2 blocks, and a number of clutch plays on both ends of the floor.

Ray McCallum (Legia Warszawa)

The Polish side won their first ever game in the Basketball Champions League, thanks to Ray McCallum doing his thing, once again. The point guard has been among the best players of this entire competition, and against Filou Oostende on the road, he had 18 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds and 2 steals.

James Anderson (UCAM Murcia)

There were big expectations from the two-time EuroLeague winner when he landed in Murcia this summer, and his game against Falco Vulcano Szombathely proved he is still a winner. He had his first BCL double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds, UCAM Murcia were a +11 team with him on the floor.

Jayvon Graves (Limoges CSP)

Limoges CSP needed a minor miracle against VEF Riga to erase a 20-point deficit from their first matchup. Miracle happened, Graves exploded for 17 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds and 3 steals off the bench in a +27 win, and his own +/- of +42 is the third best mark in BCL history.

After 24 hours of voting, Jayvon Graves won the poll with 45 percent of the votes. Nate Reuvers and Ray McCallum got 23 percent each, James Anderson claimed 5 percent and Angelo Caloiaro 4 percent.