BC Enisey won 82-75 at CSU Mobiltelco on Tuesday night to seal third-place in EuroChallenge Group E.
Neither team had a chance to progress to the Last 16 before the opening tip.
Elmedin Kikanovic had 16 points for the Russian club, who trailed 70-68 with 2:50 to play but went on an 11-1 run to take command.
A pair of Andrey Trushkin free-throws pulled Enisey level and the club then went in front when Viatcheslav Zaytsev buried a three-pointer to make it 73-70.
Kikanovic followed with a lay-up and the visitors were on their way to victory.
Romanians CSU should not be hanging their heads.
Despite a 1-5 record, the team proved to be a tough opponent for everyone in Group E.
Kyndall Dykes had 28 points in the defeat.
Enisey player Marko Marinovic:
"It was a very important match for us, both matches with Cluj. It was a really tough game, we came a long road to play here and it was hard, even if the host team missed two players. We are sorry that we didn't qualify in the next round but it was a good game. Mobitelco was a very good opponent."
Enisey head coach Stevan Karadzic:
"It was a good game, especially because we have won. In Krasnoyarsk we didn't play so good and I am sad because in this European season we didn't have any victory at home. We had problems with the defense of the opponent team, their mixed zone, but we have concentration and we won
U-Mobitelco player David Lawrence:
"We are sorry that we lost but it was a good game for us even we have lost 3 important players. The team mates from the bench made a great game, especially Corpodean and I am glad that we had this experience. It's important for every player to measure his skills at this level."
U-Mobitelco head coach Marcel Tenter:
"We lost this game because our bench was very short and we didn't have enough solutions to attack. The players from the bench did help us a lot but did not score. We saw what is our level and we know what we have to do in the future."