Zaza Pachulia and Georgia proved too good for the third game running on Saturday as Iceland became the latest side to fall prey to the Group C favourites.
Pachulia had a team-high 21 points on six of 12 shooting from the floor and nine of 10 from the line as the Georgians rolled to an 80-65 victory.
Georgia built a 48-37 half-time lead and beat Iceland, who received a game-high 22 points from shooting guard Brenton Birmingham.
Guard Jon Stefansson had four rebounds and two assists to go with his nine points for Iceland, who lost their first contest to Finland.
Georgia grabbed 50 rebounds with Pachulia taking 12 of those, while Iceland finished with 34 boards.