Strasbourg IG won for the second time in a row in the EuroChallenge on Tuesday night with a 90-85 triumph at EiffelTowers Den Bosch.
The French club buried 12 of 24 shots from long range, with Tremmell Darden four of five.
Darden, who was 11 of 14 overall from the floor, ended up with a game-high 26 points.
The game was close from start to finish.
Den Bosch closed to 70-68 on a three-ball by Kees Akerboom with 8:02 remaining.
Needing to shut down their opponents, they failed.
Instead, Strasbourg went on a 10-2 run, started by Thomas Heurtel's three-pointer.
Three times EiffelTowers cut the deficit to four points but got no closer.
Dean Oliver had 16 points in defeat for the Dutch team, which fell to 1-1 with the defeat.
Strasbourg forward Tremmell Darden:
"Compliments to my young team mates. We've been struggling in the league, but prepared well mentally tonight."
Strasboug head coach Frederic Sarre:
"We knew we had a fight on our hands against a team that got a good result against Khimik. We executed well offensively and a 50 percent three point percentage is excellent. We found the open guy very well."
EiffelTowers head coach Don Beck:
"I am upset with our defensive performance. I'm extremely frustrated with the way we played. Our trademark is defense, but we failed in that area. I'm not happy. I'm still confident we can do well in Europe, but we'll have to work on rebounding and defense."
Eiffel Towers forward Stefan Wessels:
"We executed well offensively, but this is a tough loss."