Triumph Lyubertsy rolled to a 94-71 victory in the first leg of their EuroChallenge Qualifying Round tie on Tuesday night against fellow Russians Krasnye Krylia.
Behind 26-22 with 40 seconds to play in the opening quarter, Triumph took over.
They got four straight free-throws by Dmitry Kulagin to knot the game and a pair of Victor Zvarykin three-point plays at the start of the second quarter completed the 10-0 spurt.
The bleeding for the Red Wings didn't stop.
After Evgeny Kolesnikov split a pair of free-throws for the visitors, Kulagin buried a three-ball to start a 14-0 run that left the hosts on top, 46-27.
The visitors managed to reduce the arrears to 52-39 by half-time.
Triumph's lead never slipped into a single digits in the second half.
They then ended up blowing out a side coached by Sergey Bazarevich that Triumph boss Valdemaras Chomicius had been so complimentary of beforehand.
The point guard for Triumph, Tywain McKee, had 14 points, eight assists and 10 rebounds.
Jerry Jefferson also had a big night with 15 points, 10 boards and four helpers.
Zvarykin led the winners with 16 points.
Kyle Landry contributed 14 and Kulagin weighed in with 14.
The second leg will be played next week in Samara.
BC Triumph coach Valdemaras Chomicius:
"I'm satisfied with the result, but it's only half way in the Qualifying Round for us, so I can't be absolutely happy with the win. I think that we were successful in sticking to our plans for the game, and we withstood he difficulties [of the game] and the aggressive game of our rival."
Krasnye Krylia Samara coach Sergey Bazarevich:
"There are many reasons for this result. But first of all we were tired mentally and physically, I asked my team to have patience, to try their best, but we were not able [to do this]. This is, at the beginning of the season we have to play in the Qualifying Round of two tournaments - it is like the play-offs, but only at the beginning of the season. I also believe that Triumph had more luck tonight."