Azovmash Mariupol booked their place in the quarter-finals of the EuroCup with a comprehensive 79-57 victory away at ASK Riga.
Last week coach Rimas Girskis had accused his players of being overconfident after missing out on the chance to end the group phase undefeated with a 68-51 defeat to Dynamo Moscow.
Curtis Millage's jump shot with just one second remaining lifted ASK Riga to a 70-68 triumph at Maroussi on Tuesday to keep the Latvian side firmly in the hunt for a place in the EuroCup quarter-finals.
Millage, a point guard who finished with a game-high 18 points, struck after Markos Kolokas' two free throws had tied the contest with 12 seconds on the clock.
ASK Riga trailed by 11 points late in the first half but fought back impressively to stun Dynamo Moscow Region 68-63 in Round II Group J of the EuroCup.
Curtis Millage (pictured) had 23 points to pace Riga, who improved to 2-2 in the pool while Dynamo slipped to 2-2.
Kenan Bajramovic was in hot form on Tuesday as he paced Azovmash to a convincing 87-58 victory at the expense of ASK Riga.
The Ukrainians boosted their Group J record to 3-0 with an impressive win while their Latvian opponents slipped to 1-2.
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