|Artur Drozdov was one of four Ukrainian players scoring in double figures|
Ukraine pulled away in the fourth quarter as they wrapped up their successful EuroBasket Qualification Round Group C campaign with a 69-51 win over Cyprus.
Ukraine had already booked their ticket to Slovenia with a victory over Austria last weekend.
With their progression already secured, it was a largely subdued performance from Ukraine as they laboured against winless Cyprus, who started the second quarter on a 7-1 spurt to take a 20-19 lead on Panagiotis Trisokkas' three-pointer.
Ukraine's lead was just 28-27 at half-time and Cyprus took the lead twice more before ending the third quarter trailing 41-37 after Dmytro Zabirchenko split his free throws for Ukraine.
But the hosts started the final period on a charge, scoring 10 unanswered points to lead 51-37 on Maxym Korniyenko's dunk.
A three-pointer from Korniyenko stretched it to 61-42 with 4:33 left and there was no way back for Cyprus.
Steven Burtt led Ukraine with 13 points while Korniyenko had 12, Sergii Gladyr 11 and Artur Drozdov 10.
Trisokkas led Cyrprus with 15 points while Anthony King added 14 and Andreas Sizopoulos 10.
Ukraine head coach Mike Fratello:
"Cyprus' national team played for the honor of their country. They played well until the end of the third quarter of the match. I think Dmytro Zabirchenko was a key player today."
Ukraine player Viacheslav Kravtsov:
"We were not worried about the result of the match, because the team of Cyprus is not a very strong opponent, but we usually play better against strong teams. We lose concentration during games against weaker opponents."
Cyprus head coach Antonis Constantinides:
"I congratulate the team of Ukraine. I liked playing the Ukrainian team. Coach Mike Fratello did a good job. We tried to fight against this team. We focused, therefore had only three turnovers in the first half of the game. The Ukrainian team played better in the second half, we made some mistakes."
Cyprus player Christopher Razis:
"We played well, made good decisions in the first half. We knew that the game would be tough in the second half of the match. We could not resist the opponents. We will work and we will progress."