Watch the highlights as Energia Targu-Jiu edge out Fraport Skyliners 83-80 to finish their maiden EuroChallenge season in third place.
JSF Nanterre were proclaimed EuroChallenge 2015 champions after a lay-up in traffic by Terrance Campbell at the buzzer lifted them to a 64-63 triumph over hosts Trabzonspor Medical Park.
A Giordan Watson dagger-three less than two seconds from the final buzzer lifted Energia Targu-Jiu to an 83-80 win over Fraport Skyliners in the third place game of the 2015 EuroChallenge Final Four.
Jamal Shuler of champions JSF Nanterre was voted the MVP of the 2015 edition of the EuroChallenge Final Four, which took place in Trabzon, Turkey on Sunday.
At the end of Trabzonspor Medical Park's last practice before Sunday's EuroChallenge final, coach Nenad Markovic gathered the troops around him for a brief motivational speech.
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