Ros Casares finished the EuroLeague Women Qualifying Round with a convincing triumph at Frisco Sika Brno on Wednesday night.
Leading from start to finish, Jordi Fernandez's team rolled to a 98-49 victory.
Katy Douglas, who had a game-high 35 points for Ros, capped a 10-0 to start the game for the Valencia team with a jumper.
Brno didn't score until nearly four minutes into the contest when Romana Stehlíková buried a three to make it 10-3.
A shot from the arc by Douglas late in the first quarter gave Ros a 24-10 advantage and the blowout was on when Edwige Lawson connected from behind the arc to make it 27-10 for the Spanish team.
Ros had a huge lead the rest of the way, going to half-time with a 50-20 stranglehold on proceedings.
Douglas, who may play for Greece at the EuroBasket Women in June, already had 20 points at the break.
The lead grew to 71-28 late in the fourth when Douglas made two free-throws to give her 32 points for the night.
Ros cruised over the last 10 minutes and walked off the floor with the 49-point success.
Spain international Marta Fernandez weighed in with 20 points for Ros, who won eight of their 10 games in Group D.
Jan Bobrovský, head coach Brno:
"We started the EuroLeague Women with a shameful defeat in Schio, Italy. We parted as outrageously today against Valencia. I can not imagine how our performance could have changed in four days like this. On Saturday, we clearly beat USK Praha in the Czech league by 23 points. Our performance today seemed like we never played together. As if our players had never played basketball. The players of Valencia were shooting perfectly but also because our defence was terrible."
Jordi Fernandez, head coach Valencia:
"We wanted to win by as many points as possible because we want to finish this round with the best position in the playoff matches. This is what we did. I expected a more balanced game. We started very well into this game."
Jana Vesela, Valencia:
"I enjoyed the game here in Brno. Once again I played in this arena. I have great memories of Brno and I was nervous. But immediately after the start of the match I calmed down. Our goal is to make it at least to the Final Four. We have great ambitions. "