Ismaël Bako and ASVEL beat Sam Van Rossom and Valencia (90-77).
After a balanced first quarter (17-17), ASVEL had a 6-point advantage at halftime (40-34).
After the break, Valencia closed the gap and took a 3 point lead (49-52), but ASVEL finished the 3rd quarter strongly (61-54). In the last quarter, Valencia could not keep the pace with Valencia (90-77).
Ismaël Bako, in the starting 5, recorded 4 points, 4 rebounds and 1 steal in 12 minutes.
Sam Van Rossom, also in the starting 5, recorded 9 points, 3 assists, 2 rebounds and 1 interception in 22 minutes.
In the standings, the French, 17th, now appear with a record of 7 wins for 14 losses. Valencia, 10th, are now 11 wins to 10 losses. Next Wednesday, Valencia will host Zalgiris Kaunas while Villeurbanne will face Baskonia.