Artland Dragons showed what they're made of by coming from behind in the fourth quarter to win at Pinar Karsiyaka in the EuroChallenge Last 16 on Tuesday.
In one of the toughest venues to play in the competition, the Germans prevailed 99-95.
Karsiyaka had built a 13-point lead with 9:34 remaining but Artland refused to lose.
David Holston, who had a team-high 31 points with 11 coming in the last 5:17 of the contest, sparked a late run for the visitors with a shot from the arc to cut the hosts' lead to 89-84.
Artland's Brandon Thomas followed with a lay-up before Holston cut the deficit to one with a jumper.
Darren Fenn then buried a three-ball to put the Dragons on top, 91-89.
An Adam Hess basket pushed the lead to 93-90, but Karsiyaka pulled level when Jovo Stanojevic scored with a three-point play.
Stanojevic had a game-high 32 points, but they were not enough.
Nathan Peavy's tip-in put the visitors back in front before Holston sank two free-throws against his former team for a four-point Dragons advantage.
Karsiyaka's Mire Chatman reduced the arrears to 97-95 with a drive, taking his points haul to 24, but the Turkish club put Holston on the line and their former playmaker sank both free-throws for a four-point lead.
Chatman's attempt from long range was off target at the end as Artland got a valuable road win to improve to 3-0 in Group L and drop Karsiyaka to 2-1.