|Eva Vitecková was unstoppable for ZVVZ USK Prague, finishing with 35 points|
ZVVZ USK Prague exploded for more than 100 points as they wrapped up Round 1 of their EuroLeague Women campaign with a rout of Lotos Gdynia on the road.
Eva Viteckova poured in 35 points as Prague ran out convincing 102-66 winners in this road game to improve their record to 8-6.
The final outcome was rarely in much doubt, with Prague having raced into a 14-4 lead inslide the opening four minutes, leading by double digits on Katerina Elhotova's three-pointer.
Another Elhotova three made it 63-31 at half-time, and although they eased up on the scoring after the break, their defense never let up on the hosts.
Eva Viteckova poured in a career-high 35 points in only 27 minutes, making 15 of 19 shots, pulling down six rebounds and also dishing out three assists.
Elhotova finished with 17 points while Elin Eldebrink had 19 for Prague.
Jolene Anderson led Lotos with 21 points while Aneika Henry had 18 and eight rebounds.
Lotos finish with a 3-11 record.
Prague head coach Lubor Blażek
"We came to Gdynia very concentrated. When we played we had one target - stay on the 4th position in group A. We played very good today. Especially in the first quater, we played like a team. We have excellent shooters and we had a good day today. I also liked our game in defence."
Gdynia head coach Javier Fort Puente
"Congratulation to Prague. They were very good today. From the begining they scored a lot of points from every possition. We had to change our game because today we played without Geraldine Robert but today only one team was on the court - Prague. In the second half we tried to fight, especially for our fans who supported us the whole game. Now we have to focus on the Polish league."
Prague point guard Lindsay Whalen
"Today we played like a team. We tried to played fast and hard on the defence. We had a lot of fast breaks and easy points, that is why we won."
Gdynia player Aneika Henry
"We didn't start the game with passion. We wanted to play our best basketball but with suich a good team as Prague we couldn't. "