The Eurocup regular season has concluded and now we await the remaining five teams from the Euroleague to join the Round of 32.
CEZ Nymburk qualified for the next round and eliminated Le Mans after they comfortably beat Artland Dragons 77-58 on the road.
Rado Rancik led the winners with 20 points as they finish with a 6-4 record. Le Mans lost away at Telenet Ostend 79-70 to finish on a 5-5 record.
Jean Salumu led Ostend with 13 points as they finished 8-2. The same record as Cantu but due to the head-to-head; will end up second in the group.
Cantu finish top with an 8-2 record after they thrashed already eliminated Cibona Zagreb 92-68 at the Mapooro Arena.
Maarten Leunen the Italian side with 18 points.
Bilbao needed a five-point win to advance and they got just that as a lay-up from Alex Mumbru with 1.6 seconds left secured a 90-84 win over EWE Oldenburg.
Mumbru had 22 points as they snap a five-game losing streak.
Oldenburg are eliminated, Julius Jenkins led them with 20.
The game that rounded off Group C saw Ratiopharm Ulm go down 86-75 to Cimberio Varese.
The dead rubber game saw the Italians restore some pride as they exit the Eurocup while Ratiopharm Ulm finish the group in second with a 7-3 record.
Group D was largely sorted before week ten. Zaragoza got the better of Gravelines at home 86-73 despite both teams already securing their spot in the Round of 32.
Alba Berlin thrashed eliminated Mons 81-46 at the O2 World as a 22-10 first quarter set the tone for a routine win for the German side.
Ledo Radosevic had 14 points for Alba.
And there was also a home win for Telekom Baskets Bonn as they romped to a 96-88 overtime win over Virtus Rome. Both sides though were already eliminated from group play.
Khimki Moscow finished the Regular Season 9-1 and top of their group after an 80-67 win over eliminated Igokea and Hapoel Jerusalem defeated Karsiyaka Izmir 79-75 in a group that was long decided.
Aykon Ankara are through to the Round of 32 after thrashing already eliminated Alba Fehervar 84-64.
A 20-2 run in the first quarter was enough to secure the win for the Turkish side. Vanja Plisnic paced the winners with 23 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks.
Ankara’s win meant that PAOK have been eliminated and to make it worse for the Greek side lost to Group F winners Nizhny Novgorod 60-52.
The game played purely for pride saw Buducnost end their Eurocup adventure with a 91-87 win over Khimik Yukhne.
Nikola Ivanovic paced the winners with 14 points.
Unics Kazan finished with a perfect 10-0 record in Group G after a comfortable 88-62 win at MZT Skopje.
Andrew Goudelock finished with 19 points to lead the Russians.
Banvit won the head-to-head over VEF Riga to qualify to the next round as the side’s 83-64 win was superior to the Latvian’s final day 91-77 triumph in the Latvian capital.
And Kalev Tallinn edged Maccabi Haifa 75-70 in Israel to restore some pride as they had been eliminated.
Group H was near enough finalized as Neptunas finished their campaign with a comfortable 92-74 win over Spartak Saint Petersburg who themselves were out.
Bisons Loimaa secured a 93-89 overtime win against Panionios Athens as the Finnish champions ended their first ever Eurocup campaign on a high note despite elimination and Besiktas got the better of Radnicki 90-76 in Istanbul.
Besiktas, Panionios and Radnicki all advance.