Slovak Republic have made it two wins out of three in their EuroBasket Women qualifying campaign with a 93-59 rout of Romania on Wednesday night.
The hosts bounced back from Saturday's 58-39 road loss to France with a comfortable victory which became a blowout after they outscored their opponents 25-8 in the final quarter.
Lucia Laskova led the way with 18 points, while Lucia Kupcikova added 16.
Slovak Republic were also impressive from long range, with Zuzana Zirkova making four of eight from beyond the arc en route to 14 points while Barbora Fabianova added 13 off the bench, helped by three of seven shooting from long range.
Simina Mandache led Romania with 16 points while Maria Pascalau added 11.
Romania slip to 1-1 after their thrilling 70-64 win over Croatia on Saturday.
Pokey Chatman, Slovak Republic head coach:
"I was quite happy about our outside shooting, especially from the 3-point line. Also our fast breaks were good and we got a lot of open shots. All of the players got their minutes, we've tried small and taller line-up's as well. Everyone scored and that's very good. I would be happy if we would play like this in Croatia."
Lucia Lásková, Slovak Republic forward:
"At the beginning we were trying to find out how to beat our opponent. The Romanian team played zone defense and our shooting percentage was quite good, which obviously helped us. We played well as a taem. Each player knew her role. The biggest difference comparing to the game in France was that we simply made our shots."