Another week of Eurocup action concludes with close games and a new coaching vacancy available after Lukoil Academic parted ways with Oliver Kostic.
FoxTown Cantu improved to 4-0 in the group following an 88-73 success over CEZ Nymburk.
The Italian side shot 54 percent from three-point land on their way to the win as they shook off a patchy second quarter to breeze clear of their Czech counterparts in the third period.
Joe Ragland led the winners with 19.
Ostend edged winless Cibona Zagreb 77-75 despite a tricky last few seconds. The Belgian side though iced the game from the free throw line to get the win and go to 3-1 in the group standings.
Ryan Thompson led Ostend with 15 points.
Cedevita Zagreb won a thrilling encounter with Dinamo Sassari 94-83 thanks to a staggering fourth quarter where the Croatian side completely turned the tables on their Italian opponents.
Trailing 79-62 after three quarters of play, Sassari looked to have one hand on the points, but the ultimate collapse led Cedevita to a 26-0 run in the fourth as they held the Italians to just four points in the final period, while scoring 32 points themselves.
Nolan Smith had 20 points for the victors.
EWE Oldenburg improved to 3-1 with an easy 70-53 win over Spirou Charleroi as the Belgian side now fall further behind on 0-4.
Rickey Paulding had 15 to pace the Germans.
The good luck continues for the Germans as Ratiopharm Ulm beat Union Olimpija at home 83-80.
Ulm improve to 3-1 in the group while the Slovenians fall to 2-2, winning both their home games but remaining winless on the road.
Will Clyburn led the way for Ulm with 17 points and six rebounds.
Justin Doellman led Valencia with 26 points as his side thrashed Varese 98-64 in the other Group C clash.
Telekom Baskets Bonn beat Mons 74-63 at home to improve to 2-2 in the group as they used a 12-2 in the final period to seal the win.
Tony Gaffney had 13 points to lead Bonn while Jason Love had a game-high 18 for winless Mons.
Zaragoza dispatched of Virtus Rome 74-68 as both teams went to 2-2 in this game.
Giorgi Shermandini had 15 points for Zaragoza.
Khimki ran out easy 80-66 winners over previously unbeaten Izmir in Moscow.
Paul Davis led Khimki with 18 points after a back-and-forth battle went the way in the end to the Russian league runners-up.
Bosnian side Igokea celebrated their first win in the Eurocup by downing Lukoil Academic 70-61 in Sofia.
Uros Nikolic led Igokea with 19 points as they move to 1-3, while the Bulgarians remain without a win and following this defeat, they decided to part ways with coach Oliver Kostic.
Hapoel Jerusalem squeaked by CSU Pioiesti 82-80 in Israel as they move into a three-way tie for top spot in the group with Khimki and Izmir at 3-1.
Nizhny Novgorod beat Aykon Ankara in Turkey 73-72 thanks to a triple from Dmitriy Khvostov with four seconds to go.
The Russian side used a 20-2 run to bring them in striking distance and they snatched the win with that three in the dying seconds. Slovenian Primoz Brezec led the winner with 26 points as they improve to 3-1 in Group F while dropping Ankara to 1-3.
PAOK inflicted a first defeat of the Eurocup season to Khimik Yukhne as the Greeks were 77-69 victors.
Mark Payne led PAOK with 18 points.
Buducnost beat Hungarian side Alba Fehervar 67-61 in Podgorica as they improve to 2-2 in the group while Alba remain winless.
Donta Smith was once again Maccabi Haifa’s game-winner as he scored 10 of his 20 points in the final four minutes to hand his side a 72-69 success over BK Banvit.
The Israeli champions to go 3-1 in the group as Banvit, led by EJ Rowland’s 16, go to 2-2.
MZT Skopje were easy 79-70 victors over Estonians Kalev Tallinn in the Macedonian capital.
Tudor Gecevski led the Macedonian side with 16 points in victory.
Unics Kazan were comfortable 86-68 victors over VEF Riga in Latvia. Ian Vougioukas was unstoppable, en route to a game-high 23 points for the Russian side.
Radnicki won 101-97 on the road against Neptunas as they tied a Eurocup record with 31 assists to go 3-1 in Group H.
Mouphtaou Yarou scored a game-winning basket to seal Radnicki’s historic triumph. Yarou finished with 20 points plus 13 rebounds for the winners. Valdas Vasylius had 25 points to lead the hosts.
Tuukka Kotti scored with 3.1 seconds remaining to give Bisons Loimaa a 74-73 win over Spartak Saint Petersburg. The win moves to Finns to 2-2 in the group while dropping the Russians to 1-3.
Besiktas went to 3-1 after a comfortable 71-57 success over Panionios Athens in Istanbul.
Doron Perkins led the Turks with 20 points, with 17 of those coming in the final quarter. The Greek side move to 2-2 following this loss.