Brose Baskets Bamberg lost 67-65 at KK Buducnost on Wednesday night but still clinched a one-point aggregate victory in their Eurocup Qualifying Round tie.
The German outfit, which scraped a 64-61 triumph in the first leg last week, did just enough in Podgorica to make it into the Eurocup regular season.
One of the more intriguing second legs to be played in the Eurocup Qualifying Round pits Buducnost against Brose Baskets Bamberg on Wednesday night in Montenegro.
In the opening leg, the German team trailed 34-27 at half-time but returned to the floor with a renewed sense of vigor and won the contest, 64-61.
Brose Baskets Bamberg scored eight of the game's last nine points and defeated KK Buducnost 64-61 in their Eurocup Qualifying Round clash on Wednesday night.
The result means the German club will have a slender three-point advantage heading into the second leg next week in Podgorica, Montenegro.
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