|Lara Sanders provided the fire power for Kayseri Kaski spor in their last Regular Season game|
The Turkish club completed their regular season schedule with an eye-catching streak of five wins in six games, to embark on the play-offs with huge momentum and most likely, home advantage too.
Sanders produced a near perfect seven of eight shooting performance to claim 18 points, as well as adding eight rebounds and three blocked shots.
Kayseri wasted no time in stamping their authority on the contest and when Pinar Demirok scored a basket to make it 26-8, ten minutes had still not elapsed.
It set the tone for the remainder of the game as the flow of one-way traffic continued in the direction of the Györ basket.
The visitors managed to restrict Kayseri to a respectable 17 points during the second quarter, but when the action resumed, Györ began to get overrun again and shipped 29 points during the last ten minutes.
Italian national team forward Sabrina Cinili took the chance to record a career-high EuroLeague Women score of 16 points for Kayseri.
In stark contrast, Györ checked out of the competition without a victory to their name, but something which was hardly surprising after their traumatic and tragic pre-season.
Joslyn Tinkle had eight points and ten rebounds for the Hungarian club.
Ayhan Avci, Kayseri Kaski spor coach:
"It is important that we won. We played with all of our players. We have completed a really succesful [EuroLeague Women] group campaing in our first year [in the competition]. We now turn our focus to the play-offs to try make the Final Eight."
Emanuela Salopek, Kayseri Kaski spor:
"It was great wictory for us. Now we are waiting for the next games."
Tamas Bencze, HAT-AGRO Uni Györ coach:
"Congratulations to Kaski. We have three injured player and that affected us. And they played better than us, we are a young team and we are learning."
Anna Lakloth, HAT-AGRO Uni Györ:
"It's important for us to play against EuroLeague Women teams. [Today] we played so bad and couldn't play defence, this is the reason [for the loss]."