Katie Douglas and Ros Casares rolled to their sixth consecutive victory on Wednesday night by thrashing Germano Zama Faenza in Italy, 94-54.
Katie Douglas led the Valencia team with 28 points while Delisha Milton poured in 16 and Evanthia Maltsi 14.
Ros, who reached the final last year and lost to Spartak Moscow Region, were 10 of 19 (52.6%) from three-point range, 22 of 39 (56.4%) inside the arc and 20 for 24 (83.3%) at the line.
They also out-rebounded the Faenza club 35-25.
Faenza trailed 33-32 at the start of the second half after a three-ball by Simona Ballardini but Ros then erupted for 61 second-half points.
Douglas scored 13 of points in the first half.
Elena Baranova weighed in with all eight of her points in the opening two quarters.
Paolo Rossi, coach Germano Zama Faenza:
"I am proud of seeing such a strong team playing against Faenza. My only concern is about our injured players, Simona Ballardini and Daliborka Jokic."
Ilisaine David, player Germano Zama Faenza:
"Our team played a very good game in the first 25 minutes, when we could keep contact with Ros and it was an only opportunity to get a good result."
Manolo Real, coach Ros Casares:
"My team gave their heart in playing and I can say nothing more but being proud of the win."
Katie Douglas, player Ros Casares:
"We could have done better in the first half of the match, but after all I am happy for the final result.