Ukraine routed Bulgaria 92-61 on Saturday to move into second place of their EuroBasket qualifying group behind Poland.
Bulgaria had absolutely no answers for a superlative offensive effort from the home side, who shot an unbelievable 67% from the floor (including 50% on three-pointers).
The writing was on the wall early for Bulgaria who found themselves trailing 14-4 after 5 minutes of action.
Damage control saw the Bulgarians get back to 26-15, but the worst was yet to come.
Bulgaria managed just 8 points in the second quarter and Ukraine extended the lead to 19 points, 42-23 at halftime.
The onslaught was far from over and Ukraine found another gear in the third period.
They shot hit 12 of their 13 field goals in 10 minutes, including 9 straight and the lead ballooned to 30 points, 75-44.
Yevgeniy Podorvannyy hit 5/7 from three-point range for his 19 points. Four other Ukrainians reached doulbe figures and Artur Drozdov contributed 14 points, 11 rebounds and 5 steals.
Bulgaria's hopes of a place in EuroBasket 2007 look slim, but they will look to get back on track on Wednesday against group leaders Poland.
Ukraine take on Sweden.