Slask Wroclaw exited the EuroCup with their heads held high after an 87-85 win over BC Zadar.
The Polish outfit did well to advance to Round II of the competition but they have been out of sync since.
Dexia Mons-Hainaut produced a 10-0 surge in the final two minutes to kill off a resilient BC Zadar and seal their place in the last eight of the EuroCup.
Omar Cook landed two treys at a decisive time for Dexia, who have been the surprise package this season and continue their unlikely surge in the competition.
Lokomotiv Rostov set up an intriguing final two weeks in Group K of the EuroCup by holding on for a thrilling triumph at BC Zadar on Tuesday evening to leave both clubs with two victories and two defeats.
The visitors from Russia have not been in the best of form of late but they rode the hot hand of Afik Nissim, who poured in 27 points on eight of 12 shooting, including five of nine from three-point range, en route to an 89-81 triumph.
BC Zadar cruised to a massive 92-58 victory over Slask Wroclaw in Group K action on Tuesday.
The hosts raced into an early lead and poor shooting from the visitors meant the Croatian side were never in danger of letting it slip.
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