Krasnye Krylia blew out BC "Minsk-2006" 106-68 in the EuroChallenge opener for both sides on Tuesday.
Playing at home in Russia, Krylia put the result beyond doubt before half-time.
Luis Flores poured in seven points in a 14-0 run to start the game for the home side and by the end of the first quarter, the lead was 23-7.
By half-time, the demolition was well underway with Krylia on top, 52-24.
They pressed home the advantage over the next 10 minutes, outscoring the team from Belarus 30-19 before winning by 38.
Flores, who represented the Dominican Republic at the FIBA Americas Championship this summer, ended up with 21 points.
Krylia shot the ball extremely well.
The hosts were 23 of 42 inside the arc, 12 of 24 beyond it and 24 of 26 at the charity stripe.
Henry Harrison had 21 points and six rebounds in defeat.
Andrei Krivonos, Minsk-2006 head coach:
"Even if not to speak about the problems we faced coming to Samara, Krasnye Krylia were definitely stronger. Congratulations to Krasnye Krylia, but I'd say you'll see a different Minsk team at the home game in Belorussia. "
Sergey Zozulin, Krasnye Krylia head coach:
"We're very happy to start this EuroChallenge season with a victory. When there were no doubts about the game result, we gave opportunity to those players who don't usually get much playing time."