Gravelines were ruthless as they hit back from 62-55 down to thump Zaragoza 85-67.

The French side held their Spanish counterparts scoreless for the final four minutes, while going on a 15-1 run in the last five to get the win. Gravelines hit 14 three-pointers on their way to a share of the top spot in Group D with a 4-1 record.

Jonathan Rousselle buried five triples on his way to a game-high 21 points. DJ Kennedy matched Rousselle’s long range number as he added 20.

Pere Tomas had 16 for Zaragoza, who fall to 2-3.

David Logan was inspired as his 20 points led Alba Berlin to a comfortable 77-57 road win at Mons.

The German side were in control for the majority of this game as they improve to 4-1 in Group D while Mons still await their first win as we reach the half-way point of the Eurocup group stages.

Telekom Baskets Bonn also won away from Germany, as they beat Virtus Rome 85-75.

Benas Veikalas had 23 points for the victors.

CEZ Nymburk picked up their second win of the Eurocup with an 86-70 win at home to Artland Dragons in Group A.

A 17-3 run in the second quarter seemed to give the Czech champions an advantage but Artland hit back with a 13-0 run themselves in the third period to regain the lead. Nymburk though had the last laugh in a game of runs – as a 10-0 spurt in the fourth quarter sealed the win.

Artland fall to 1-4 in the group.

Dylan Page with winners with 24 points and 7 rebounds. Michael Wenzl and Brandan Thomas had 16 for the visitors.

EWE Oldenburg snapped Bilbao’s 22-game Eurocup winning streak with a 91-86 win in Germany as both teams settle for 4-1 records in Group B at the half-way point.

Rickey Paulding hit five triples on his way to 21 points for Oldenburg.

“I think that was a great success tonight against one of the best teams in this competition,” Paulding said. “We played together as a team very well. It was a big home win and increased our chances. We really made some big shots. I felt good the whole night so I was confident enough to take those important shots in the end.”

An 11-1 run that started in the first quarter and moved to the second period, ensured Cedevita Zagreb a comfortable 80-65 win over an injury-hit Elan Chalon.

The Croats move to a 3-2 record in Group B with this win. Nolan Smith led Zagreb with 16 points.

“We controlled the game during 40 all minutes and we had the opportunity to finish the game three or four times, but Elan came back systematically,” Cedevita coach Jasmin Repesa said.

“So I’m happy because I know that Elan Chalon didn’t have all its players such as Brockman and Joseph. I think they’re going to be stronger when these players come back.”