Marc Gasol had 32 points and 10 rebounds, but Italy beat two-time defending champion Spain 86-81 in overtime at the European basketball championship on Monday.
Italy overcame a 15-point deficit to earn the win, after Luigi Datome made a layup at the buzzer in regulation to force overtime.
Also, Croatia knocked out Greece with a 92-88 victory in double OT.
The loss meant little for Spain, which had qualified for the quarterfinals because of Croatia's victory.
Spain dropped to fourth place in Group F and will play Serbia in the first quarterfinal on Wednesday, when host Slovenia faces France.
On Thursday, Croatia plays Ukraine and Lithuania is against Italy.
In another game, Finland beat Slovenia 92-76.
Datome also had key plays in overtime and Alessandro Gentile made four straight free throws to secure Italy's victory. Gentile finished with 25 points.
''We beat probably the best team in the tournament,'' said Italy guard Pietro Aradori, who had 17 points.
Datome had a block ...