Barcelona stood tall against Zalgiris Kaunas and defeated the Lithuanians at home (78-72) to boost their chances to finish fourth in the standings.
The Catalans led by nine in the first half (45-36), yet the visitors came back and took the lead in the third quarter (60-62), behind a 15-26 run.
The hosts, though, regained control and closed the game on a 18-10 run to seal the deal.
Five players scored in double figures for the winners, with Adam Hanga having a team-high 14 points.
Arturas Milaknis (game-high 17 points) and Nate Wolters (15 points) stood out for the losing squad.
Barcelona improved to 13-9, whereas Zalgiris Kaunas dropped to 8-14.