Lionel Chalmers poured in 31 points to fire Enisey Krasnoyarsk to a second straight victory in the EuroChallenge at the expense of hosts BC Donetsk.
Enisey Krasnoyarsk, after scraping a one-point win over CSU Asesoft Ploiesti last week, prevailed 90-80.
The Russian outfit opened up a 45-35-lead at half-time and extended that to 71-55 by the end of the third quarter before cruising home.
Chalmers, who had 15 points and eight assists last week, was three of four from long range.
Latvia international center Kaspars Kambala poured in 20 points and Frederick Warrick contributed 14 for the winners.
Donetsk, who narrowly missed out on playing in the Eurocup following a defeat to Bilbao over two legs, got 29 points and 11 rebounds from Anthony Tucker.
Rostyslav Kryvych, BC Donetsk player:
"We played badly in defense. We just couldn't hold Chalmers. That's why we lost."
Ramunas Butautas, BC Donetsk head coach:
"It's is our second game that we lost in last several days. I realize that our team is in an emotional gap now. We still have time to come out of it."
Bagitskis, BC Enisey head coach:
"Our opponents played really good today, look at their statistics. But we showed qualitative basketball. In the last period Donetsk could win the game because of good defense. But we showed our character."
Lionel Chalmers, BC Enisey player:
"We played against a really strong team today. They had too many rebounds during the game. During last several games we lost in the last minutes but today we played good untill the last second and that is why we won today"