|Wisla Can-Pack center Ewelina Kobryn was an unstoppable force inside, pouring in 25 points|
Wisla Can-Pack Krakow remained at the Group C summit in the EuroLeague Women by seeing off the challenge of Lattes Montpellier in France on Wednesday.
Trailing 23-19 at the end of the first quarter, Jose Ignacio's team hit back to lead 39-34 at the break and pulled away for a 77-64 victory.
Ewelina Kobryn poured in 25 points and Milka Bjelica 20 for Wisla, who prevailed for the eighth time in 10 games.
The visitors had a real fight on their hands in France.
Fatimatou Sacko's lay-up early in the fourth quarter cut the Wisla advantage to 57-54 but Wisla went to the other end and got a shot close to the basket from Anke De Mondt to go back in front by five.
Erin Phillips followed with two free-throws and Kobryn made a lay-up to push the advantage to 65-54.
BLMA didn't recover and lost to fall to 5-5.
Edwige Lawson finished with 18 points for BLMA.