SLUC Nancy outgunned KK Bosna 91-74 in the first leg of the Eurochallenge Qualifying Round on Wednesday in Sarajevo.
Nancy had five players in double digits in what was a true offensive clinic.
Tremmel Darden led the pack with a game-high 23 points followed by Ralph Mims with 19 points and 6 assists and Akinlolu Akingbala with 15 points.
Dino Hodzic and Jermaine Dixon scored 16 and 13 points, respectively, for Bosna in the loss.
Nancy opened up a 10-4 lead early off a quick 6 points by Akingbala and extended it to 17-8 on a three-pointer by Victor Samnick with five to play in the first.
A three-pointer at the buzzer by Stephen Brun had Nancy up 31-19 at the start of the end of the first quarter.
Nancy went on a 13-3 run capped by a dunk by Kenny Grant to go ahead 44-22 mid-way through the second period and commanded a 47-30 lead at the half.
Samnick hit a jumper a minute into the third period to give Nancy a plus-20 point advantage once again at 51-30 and held onto the big lead into the fourth quarter.
The visitors kept pouring it on in the final stanza to all but seal their classification with the return leg to be played on October 5 on their home court in France.