Jolly JBS Sibenik sprung a big surprise on Wednesday by winning 69-55 at Wisla Can-Pack Krakow 69-55.
The result keeps alive Jolly's faint hopes of progressing to the eighth-finals while also dropping Wisla to third behind Bourges in Group B.
|Marta Fernandez had 15 points for Wisla Can-Pack.|
The visitors from Croatia stormed into a 19-13 lead by the end of the first quarter, but were unable to hold off the comeback by the Polish team with Wisla Can-Pack battling their way to a 33-30 advantage at half-time.
After outscoring Wisla 15-11 in the third quarter, Jolly led 50-49 with just under three minutes remaining when they blew the game wide open.
Tihana Juric buried a three-ball to spark a 10-2 that opened up a 60-51 lead.
Wisla got no closer than seven points the rest of the way.
Andja Jelavic had 19 points and eight rebounds to lead Jolly JBS Sibenka in victory and improve their record to 3-6.
Wisla are now 5-4.
Stipe Bralic, Sibenik Coach:
"We played an excellent game, we're faster than Wisla and scored more points - that gave us the victory. Our tactic was to stop Fernandez and De Forgee - and I think we did it."
Tomasz Herkt, Wisla Coach:
"My team played a very poor game and I do not understand why after the two very good games in Prague and Gorzow it happened."
"We are tired but it can not be the justification."
"I would like to appologize to our fans - I am sorry."