Great Britain claimed seventh position at the FIBA U20 European Championship Division B with an impressive 77-41 victory against Georgia in Chalkida, Greece on Sunday.
As they have done throughout the campaign, Andreas Kapoulas' side showed great resilience to recover from a tough loss to Poland on Saturday and finish the competition with five wins from eight games.
Four Brits scored in double figures, paced by Callum Lawson, who finished with 14 points and 10 boards.
Kapoulas said: "We wanted to finish this tournament on our own terms.
"We wanted to be focused and to put together a good, 40-minute performance and I think we did that.
"We were good defensively and moved the ball on offence, creating good looks at the basket. We wanted to finish strong."
He added: "I am so proud of the way this team has carried itself, not just in this game but throughout the 30 days we have been together from the preparation to the tournament. Everybody has worked very hard and created a real family environment.
"We wanted to finish in the top three. Did we come up short? Yes. But we put ourselves in the position to play Greece for first place in our group and to reach the semi-final.
"This was not just about the outcome. It was about the process of getting better and building a programme that guys want to be a part of."
GB jumped out to an 18-9 lead after scoring nine points on the fast-break during the opening period.
They maintained that pace in the second quarter, punishing Georgian turnovers and extending their lead to 16 points at the halfway stage as GB's depth began to show.
After half-time, Jules Dang Akodo connected on a three-pointer and sparked a 14-0 run which allowed GB to establish complete control, leading 63-30 heading into the final stanza.