With three games left until the Round of 32 begins, the remaining Eurocup fixtures are suddenly getting even more important. We round up the 19 games that concluded week seven.
Foxtown Cantu advanced to the next round after a thrilling 88-86 overtime win over Le Mans.
The Italian side moves to a perfect 7-0 in the group and can secure top spot next week if they beat Telenet Ostend.
Joe Ragland led Cantu with 23 points, including the game-winning free throws in overtime to seal the win.
CEZ Nymburk never trailed as they eliminated Cibona Zagreb by winning 84-77 in Croatia.
The Czech side goes to 4-3 in the group and stays alive in the race to qualify while Cibona go to 1-6.
Tre Simmons had a game-high 24 points for the winners while Davor Kus led Cibona with 22.
Telenet Ostend have all but dumped Artland Dragons out of the regular season after an 87-71 win.
It improves Ostend to 5-2 in the group while dropping Artland Dragons to a 1-6 record.
Andrija Stipanovic paced the winners with 20 points. Brandan Thomas had 19 for Artland.
Dinamo Sassari edged Bilbao on the road 93-91 as overtime was needed to settle this clash.
Sassari move to 5-2 and have virtually booked their spot in the Round of 32 with Bilbao on 4-3.
Raul Lopez sent the game to overtime with one of the shots of the season as his half-court heave dropped straight in.
Unfortunately for Lopez and company, Sassari had the answers in overtime as Bilbao failed to score in the last minute.
Omar Thomas had 21 points to lead Dinamo, including 8 in the extra period. German Gabriel led Bilbao with 20 points.
Elan Chalon won on the road and went to 3-4 in Group B as they toppled EWE Oldenburg 83-73 in Germany.
Jon Brockman and AJ Slaughter led the victors with 16 points each. Julius Jenkins had a game-high 20 for the German side who move to 4-3.
A one-sided third quarter settled matters in Ljubljana as Union Olimpija thrashed Asvel 86-48 at the Stozice.
Sasu Salin’s game-high 25 points helped the Slovenian side to victory as they ran riot in the third quarter as a 17-1 run proved the game-changer.
Telekom Bonn improved to 4-3 and got back to winning ways after an 80-77 win over Gravelines in Group D.
Gravelines are still in a good position to qualify from the group but fall to 5-2 as a result of this latest defeat.
Jared Jordan had 16 points to lead Bonn.
Zaragoza eased to a 75-50 win over Alba Berlin thanks to a first quarter where they led 19-9 and never looked back.
The Spaniards are now 4-3 in the group while Berlin are still top at 5-2 despite the loss.
Mons picked up their first win of the Eurocup campaign with a 9-2 finish to beat Virtus Rome 61-60.
Mons’s chances are still slim to progress but a great team showing will be enough consolation following this win. Rome dropped to 2-5 with this loss.
A Ronald Dupree-inspired 22 points lifted Hapoel Jerusalem to a comfortable 85-71 win over Igokea.
The result means that Khimki have qualified to the next round following their win over Lukoil the previous night.
Izmir record an easy 91-87 win over CSU Ploiesti in Turkey but nearly let a 13-point lead slip. They managed to hold on at the end.
With this win, Izmir are within touching distance of the next round as Bobby Dixon led the winners with 28 points.
Nizhny Novgorod beat Khimik Yukhne 86-66 thanks to a dominant fourth quarter in Russia.
The hosts coasted to the finish line thanks to a 30-14 final quarter blitz as they virtually seal their place in the second round.
Luke Babbit paced Nizhny with 18 points.
Aykon Ankara defeated Buducnost 81-75 with Vladimir Golubovic leading the way with 19 points.
PAOK were also victorious as they ousted Alba Fehervar 68-64 to all but eliminate the Hungarian champions.
VEF Riga won the battle of the Baltics by edging Kalev Tallinn 78-67 in the Latvian capital.
Kenen Bajramovic’s 18 points and six rebounds gave Riga the win, as they move to 4-3 in the group. The Estonians drop to 1-6.
Unics Kazan are through to the Round of 32 following a tough 79-71 win at BK Banvit.
Andrew Goudelock led the Russians with 22 points as they remain undefeated.
Maccabi Haifa were comfortable 79-60 winners over MZT Skopje. Ido Kozikaro led the winners with 14 points.
Panionios ended up 76-69 victors over Spartak Saint Petersburg in Athens.
Errick McCollum led the Greeks with 24 points.
Neptunas scored a surprise 83-74 win away at Besiktas. Martynas Mazeika led the way with 17 points and six rebounds.
The Lithuanian side move to 3-4 and are still in the hunt for the spot in the next round.
John Williamson hit 28 points to give Bisons Loimaa a 75-73 win over Radnicki. The win improves the Finnish side’s chances for the next round as they move to 3-4.
Billy Keys broke the deadlock with 10 seconds remaining for the win.