Phard Napoli upset TTT Riga 68-65 on Wednesday to knock the Latvian club out of the EuroLeague Women.
Riga went into the contest fourth in Group A, but with the same 3-6 record as fifth-placed ESB Lille Metropole.
MKB Euroleasing broke open a close game at the start off the second and cruised to a 78-55 victory in Sopron over TTT Riga.
Leading 34-31 late in the first half, the Hungarian hosts had all they could handle against Riga, who boast a very good line-up that includes a couple of Latvian national team players in Ieva Tare andd Zane Eglite.
TTT Riga led by as many as 10 points in the fourth quarter but weren't able to deliver the knockout punch as Fenerbahce claimed a valuable win on the road.
Cappie Pondexter had 23 points and Turkey national team center Nevriye Yilmaz scored 11 while also pulling down nine rebounds as the Turkish giants won 59-55.
TTT Riga dominated European basketball for two decades, winning 18 European Cup for Women's Champion Clubs titles (as Daugawa Riga) between 1960 and 1982, including 12 straight from 1964 to 1975.
The Latvian club, led by Uljana Semjonova, also clinched 21 Soviet titles between 1960 and 1984. But TTT Riga have done little internationally since the 1980s, reaching the 2002 Ronchetti Cup and then appearing in the 2007 EuroCup Women, where the team went 0-6.
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