Erin Phillips had 25 points to fire a hot-shooting Wisla Can-Pack Krakow in an 89-48 romp over winless TTT Riga in Poland. Australia international Phillips made five of six shots from long range, and Wisla knocked down nine of 11 three-pointers as a team in their second Group A victory.
The game was effectively over when Wisla snapped a 5-5 tie midway through the opening quarter with an 8-0 run.
Riga managed just one basket from Karline Nimane over the next 10 minutes.
When Anda Eibele hit a three-pointer with 6:20 to go in the first half, Wisla's advantage was 29-10.
The visitors went to half-time trailing 48-24.
At the break, Phillips had 16 points, Ewelina Kobryn 10 and Magdalena Leciejewska eight.
Wisla stayed in command for the entire second half.
Riga finished just three of 16 (18.7%) from beyond the arc.
Aigars Nerips, TTT Riga coach:
"Phillips was exelent - her three-pointers and the agressive diffence of Wisla Krakow decided already in the first quarter that the game was lost for us. We were very poor in defense, having in the first quarter only one rebound. We were not able to play with fast breaks. Congratulations to the Krakow team."
Jose Hernandez, Wisla Can-Pack coach:
"We are very happy. We had to win and to win with as big points difference as possible. It is important more because we had to regain our confidence after so unhappily losing the game [against Gorzow] in the Polish league last Sunday. I am proud of my team."