Estonians Tartu Rock enjoyed their finest moment of the season and one of the greatest in club history on Tuesday by coming from behind at home to beat Ural Great 89-77 and reach the EuroCup Final Four.
One of the real surprise packages all season, Rock are now two wins away from lifting a major European trophy.
Ural Great hit Tartu Rock with a devasting run midway through the third quarter on Monday to win 68-61 and force a deciding third game in their EuroCup Quarter-Final showdown.
The Russian outfit, looking to bounce back from their 78-75 defeat at Rock, did so in style and will now return to Estonia full of confidence with a spot in the final four at stake.
Tartu Rock are just one victory away from a spot in the EuroCup Final Four after holding on to edge Ural Great 78-75.
The Perm team, whose coach Drazen Anzulovic unexpectedly quit on Sunday to leave for Belgium side Charleroi, travelled to Estonia and fought bravely from start to finish but lost and must now win game two in their own arena in a weeks time to keep the series alive.
Ural Great coach Drazen Anzulovic has quit the club on the eve of the EuroCup Quarter-Finals and taken the reins of Belgian side Charleroi.
In a shocking exit, Ural Great claim Anzulovic is still under contract and warn they may take legal action.
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