|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.
Wisla Can-Pack Head Coach Jose Hernandez
"We knew that this would be a difficult match, that BLMA would be aggressive in defence and we had some difficulties with that in the first half. We are playing with a lot of confidence now, and have been training and playing very well the last few weeks. We hope to finish in the top two and do as well as the last three seasons."
BLMA Head Coach Valery Demory
"The result of this match was only important if we wanted to finish in the top three of the group. We played against a very strong team, but there were some positive things for us, we held our own against them for a large part of the match."
Wisla Can-Pack player Erin Phillips
"This group is strong, everyone can beat everyone, and even the best teams sometimes lose, that's sport. But that just shows the high level of play in the EuroLeague Women."
BLMA Player Gaelle Skrela
"It's true that we are tired, but it's a shame that we made so many mistakes in the last quarter of the game."