Bulgaria v Belgium - Thursday at 15:30 (14:30 CET)
Both teams lost on Day 1 but one of them will use this chance to earn a debut win in EuroBasket 2011.
Bulgaria fell in the last minutes against Slovenia but proved they have the tools to play also against the top material of the group.
EJ Rowland will try to produce another great performance but will need the help of his teammates, especially the Ivanov twins -Deyan and Kaloyan- to create good memories for Bulgaria.
For Belgium it'll be a chance to bounce back from a disappointing start after a 22-point loss to Georgia.
"We need to win three of the four remaining games to qualify," offered Christophe Beghin, and he knows Day 2 is the right time to start the run.
Georgia v Russia - Thursday at 18:00 (17:00 CET)
Russia didn't lick honey against Ukraine and already has a very intense encounter the following day, this time against Georgia in a game that will surely create the best atmosphere as the fans of these two teams show the biggest presence in Klaipeda.
Andrei Kirilenko got big help from the guards against Ukraine but will need a more dominating performance from Viktor Khryapa and Timofey Mozgov to handle the front line Georgia bring to the floor in order for Russia to prevail again.
After a huge debut win Georgia is ready for the real dish.
"We come to every game with the same approach that we want to win, no matter who's on the other side," said Zaza Pachulia after the first win, and with Russia being next in line there's certainly lots to expect from Georgia's side coming to this game.
Another win, especially against a big team as Russia, could boost up the Georgians and create a great momentum that will carry them further than many gave them credit for.
Ukraine v Slovenia - Thursday at 21:00 (20:00 CET)
Slovenia will try to climb to 2-0 against Ukraine and they know it's not going to be easy.
After the difficult time Russia had on Day 1 it's clear beating Ukraine won't be an easy task for most teams in this championship.
The size and strength of the Ukrainian bigs can give a great headache also to Slovenia.
Yet Coach Bozidar Maljkovic knows very well another win will put his team in a great position and will increase the confidence before the difficult encounter with Georgia on Day 3.
If Erazem Lorbek gets help from Matjaz Smodis, Ukraine will have a tough time to maintain Slovenia in the paint, yet another good day by the guards of Slovenia could space the floor.