Spartak Moscow Region brushed aside Teo Vilnius on Friday to complete a two-game sweep of their EuroLeague Women Eighth-Finals series.
The defending champions, who won Game One 93-67, reeled off the game's first eight points in Vilnius and cruised to the easiest of wins.
Australia superstar Lauren Jackson poured in a game-high 34 points as Spartak Moscow Region rolled to a 93-67 triumph over Teo Vilnius in the opening game of their eighth-finals tie in the EuroLeague Women.
Jackson was eight of 10 (80%) inside the arc and four of seven (57.1%) beyond it.
Dynamo Moscow eased past TEO Vilnius 90-63 in Wednesday's EuroLeague Women encounter to climb into second in Group D.
The Russians, who are 6-4, will be hoping the only unbeaten team in the pool, Ros Casares, do them a favor by winning against MiZo Pecs 2010, who are (6-3) in order to seal second spot in the group and home court advantage for the eighth-finals.
Ros Casares won 84-72 at Teo Vilnius on Thursday to clinch their ninth consecutive win in EuroLeague Women Group D.
Veteran forward Elena Tornikidou scored seven of her 18 points in the last two minutes to seal the win for Casares to keep them as one of only two teams still undefeated in the competition with CSKA Moscow also 9-0
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