Thanks to an excellent offensive performance, Armani Milano dominated Buducnost and returned to the winning track (111-94).
The Italians started the game in an explosive way and ended the first quarter in front by 14 (36-22).
Although the visitors attempted to turn things around in the second quarter (56-45), the hosts extended their lead to 16 points (82-66) and never looked back.
Six players scored in double figures for the winners, as Vladimir Micov led the way with 20 points.
Goga Bitadze posted 23 points, eight boards and three blocks for the losing squad, with Norris Cole adding 17 points and six assists and Earl Clark 16 points.
Armani Milano improved to 8-8, whereas Buducnost dropped to 3-13.