Milan Gurovic served as a one-man wrecking crew as Galatasaray Cafe Crown demolished Khimik 94-51 to secure their passage from EuroChallenge Group F.
Gurovic scored 28 points on nine of 12 (75%) shooting, making six of nine (67%) from three-point range.
Gurovic was not alone in his success from beyond the arc as Galatasaray torched the visitors for 45 points from long-range, making 15 of their 26 (58%) of their attempts.
In an incredible start from the hosts, they led 20-4 when Polat Kocaoglu sank a three-pointer, and the score was 32-7 early in the second quarter following Gurovic's jump shot.
The margin was approaching 50 points at 74-27 when Gurovic nailed one of his three-pointers midway through the third quarter.
Kocaoglu finished with 15 points while Cemal Nalga had 14 and Rashid Atkins and Antonio Graves 11 each for Galatasaray.
Wykeen Kelly was the sole Khimik player to get into double figures with 10.
Galatasaray have clinched at least second place with a 4-2 record while Khimik slump to 2-4.