|Zacherie Moss and JDA Dijon were late but still booked their ticket to the Last 16|
Dijon Basket booked their ticket to the Last 16 of the EuroChallenge with a 70-66 victory over SPM Shoeters Den Bosch on the road.
In a head-to-head fight for the last ticket to the next round out of Group A, Dijon pulled clear in the final moments to secure victory.
After an intense scrap the teams found themselves trading the lead as the minutes ticked down.
Two free throws from Andre Harris put Dijon up 60-59 with 4:07 to go before Kees Akerboom's three-pointer snatched the lead right back.
Harris answered in kind to make it 63-62 to the French side with 3:19 remaining only for Tai Wesley to hit a jumper.
But when Anthony Dobbins retook the lead for the visitors with 2:15 to go, they would keep it for good.
Harris made it 67-64 with a jump-shot 2:06 from time before Terrance Campbell split a pair of free throws.
Stefan Wessels got two points back for Den Bosch with 75 seconds left but the game was under Dijon's control and free throws from Harris finished the job.
Harris led Dijon with 18 points while Campbell added 17 and Mykal Riley 10.
Akerboom had 19 points for Den Bosch while David Gonzalvez added 14 and Wesley 11 with five rebounds and six assists. Wessels collected 10 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists.