WBC Raiffeisen Wels made sure there will be a thrilling final week in Group G of the EuroChallenge with a 68-64 triumph at Antwerp Giants.
Jason Conley had 12 points and 15 rebounds for the Austrian team, which improved to 3-2 and moved into second place behind Artland Dragons (4-1).
Antwerp led 57-50 with 5:20 remaining in the game when Wels hit them with a 12-0 run to go on top for good.
Bruce Fields started the scoring spurt with a three-pointer and finished it with a jump shot.
He ended up with 10 points.
Trenton Meacham had 16 points for to top the scorers for the winners.
A win next week at Artland in Germany will clinch a spot for Wels in the Last 16.
Antwerp (2-3), who got 19 points and five rebounds from Bryan Hopkins, must win at Tartu Rock next week to keep alive their hopes of progressing.
Eddy Casteels, Antwerp Giants coach:
"[Coming into the game] knowing the result of the game Tartu-Artland in advance - this looks very bad. I respect our opponents; they beat Besiktas by the way... Jason Conley - our players underestimated his strength."
Bryan Hopkins, Antwerp Giants:
"In the first half we lacked focus. We turned it around in the third quarter, but in the end they made their shots."
Raoul Korner, WBC Raiffeisen Wels coach:
"We were concentrated in the beginning, then we somehow lost control. We had too many individual performances in our game. The third quarter was very strange but we did not panic. At the end we made our shots."
Jason Conley, WBC Raiffeisen Wels:
"We were losing it in the third quarter, but we remained focused. We stepped up defensively and this helped us in the end."