Diana Taurasi erupted for 26 points on Friday to lead two-time defending champions Spartak Moscow Region to victory at USK Prague and into the Quarter-Finals of the EuroLeague Women.
Spartak completed a two-game sweep with a 92-78 win in the Czech Republic.
Taurasi ended up a rebound and two assists shy of a triple double although she also had a game-high seven turnovers.
Katerina Elhotova's three-pointer gave Lubor Blazek's side a 21-18 lead but Spartak answered with a 14-0 run that was capped by a pair of Taurasi free throws.
The USA Olympic gold-medal winner made six at the charity stripe in that spurt that put Spartak in command for good.
By half-time, when Spartak led 58-40, Sylvia Fowles had 15 points, Taurasi 14, Lauren Jackson 11 and Miller 10 for the visitors.
László Rátgéber's Spartak out-rebounded Prague 39-23.
Fowles finished with 17 points, Miller 16 and Jackson 13.
Sue Bird scored 10, dished out four assists and pulled down four rebounds. Both she and Miller came up with three steals.
Elhotova's 17 points paced Prague.
"Spartak put a lot of pressure on us and we played individually. This approach meant turnovers, losing points and we played defense differently. We weren't able to play a consistent game. In Moscow we played coherently."
László Rátgéber (Coach Spartak):
"We had some problems in the beginning, but in the end we played better than we played at home. Our performance today was the same as we had in ELW so far. We are happy we managed to win."