Jerome Beasley and Dean Oliver had 17 points each and Anthony Richardson added 15 as EiffelTowers Den Bosch downed Khimik 83-68 to move away from the bottom of Group B in the EuroChallenge.
Den Bosch took control midway through the game and never looked back as they cruised to victory.
Marcel Aarts lay-up a minute into the second quarter tied the game at 22-22 and sparked an 11-0 run that gave Den Bosch control of the game.
They never loosened their grip, taking a 41-32 advantage into the locker rooms and then starting the second half on an 8-0 run, capped by Dean Oliver's three-pointer that put the game out of reach for Khimik.
Junie Steenvorde and Stefan Wessels also reached double figures for Den Bosch with 10 points each.
LaVell Blanchard led Khimik with 16 points, while Darrel Mitchell and Andrii Kalnichenko had 14 each and Christopher Booker added 10.
Khimik Yuzhny player Darryl Mitchell:
"We had too many turnovers, starting with me. I'm the floor general, I think I had eight. You just cannot win games like that."
Khimik head coach Dmitriy Bazelevsky:
"It was tough. We gave a nervous performance with 22 turnovers. But I have to give EiffelTowers credit for playing well on both sides of the court."
EiffelTowers Den Bosch head coach Don Beck:
"We knew the magnitude of this game, but I was surprised about the way we controlled the game against an excellent team. I am very proud of the way we've held it together, because the injuries we've had recently have hurt us."
EiffelTowers player Dean Oliver:
"I think our bench stepped up tremendously. Marcel Arrts was huge, Djoeni Steenvoorde was huge and so was Stefan Wessels. It shows all our players are eager to play."