Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar set up a shootout for first place in Group C with Barcelona by defeating Pinar Karsiyaka 88-78 away from home.
Ryan Broekhoff set two new Lokomotiv records in the Euroleague in the process, tallying 26 points and sinking seven of his 10 three-point shot attempts, while Malcolm Delaney provided 11 assists.
Karsiyaka had closed the gap to 10 points early in the fourth quarter, but Broekhoff took charge of the match and sunk 11 points to ensure the victory.
Barcelona fell to their third defeat of the campaign at home to Zalgiris Kaunas, losing 92-88 despite Ante Tomic's 28 points for the Catalan side.
Olympiacos clinched top-spot in Group B, overcoming already-eliminated Limoges CSP 76-67, surviving a fourth-quarter surge from the French team.
Anadolu Istanbul produced an impressive second-half display to come from behind and defeat Laboral Kutxa Vitoria Gasteiz 95-86, outscoring their opponents by 14 points after the interval to move up to second in Group B.
Maccabi Tel Aviv made light work of Baskets Bamberg, with Sylven Landesberg netting five out of seven three-pointers in an 85-65 win to keep their hopes of progression alive.
Malaga were 77-65 winners away at Dinamo Sassari, with Marquez Haynes and Joe Alexander proving strong from range as they clinched second place.