Sparta&K Moscow Region turned on the style in the fourth quarter and romped to victory at CB Taranto in the EuroLeague Women.
In Thursday night's Group C encounter, the visitors from Russia only had a five-point advantage with 10 minutes to go but outscored Taranto 23-8 the rest of the way for a 90-70 triumph.
In the killer run for Sparta&K, former FIBA Europe Young Women's Player of the Year Sonja Petrovic scored 10 straight points.
With the Russians on top 70-64, Petrovic hit two three-balls, a jump shot and two free throws for an 80-64 stranglehold on the contest.
They were Petrovic's first 10 points of the game.
Seimone Augustus had a game-high had 22 points for Sparta&K and Candice Dupree 18.
Becky Hammon finished with 15 points and seven assists for the winners.
Elodie Godin topped the scoring for CB Taranto, who dropped to 2-4.
Sparta&K and three other teams - Basket Lattes Montpellier Agglomeration, Rivas Ecopolis and Wisla Can-Pack Krakow - are 4-2.
Coach Cras Taranto Roberto Ricchini:
"Sparta&K is a great opponent and tonight they showed it. We gave our best, but it was not enough. We must work to get back on track again."
Cras Taranto player Florina Pascalau:
"We wanted to beat an opponent as important [as they are]. But there are things on which we must work."
Sparta&K Moscow Region coach Pokey Chatman:
"The team is growing and today's victory, against a dangerous opponent, is a new product of our progress."
Sparta&K Moscow Region player Sonja Petrovic:
"We are excited about this new victory. We have developed a great basketball game. We continue on this road."