Gambrinus Sika Brno finished their EuroLeague Women Group C campaign on a high by battering strugglers Lotos Gdynia 92-51.
Fresh off their 254th consecutive win in the Czech Republic's domestic competition, Gambrinus stormed to victory in Poland and left Lotos uncertain about progression to the next phase of the competition.
Ros Casares heaped further misery on Group C strugglers Lotos Gdynia on Thursday with an emphatic 76-50 victory in EuroLeague Women action.
It was a one-sided game from the tip-off as the Spanish hosts moved up to second in the standings with a 6-3 record, leaving Lotos bottom of the pile with just one win in the competition.
LaTanya White nailed a last-second three-pointer to earn Lotos Gdynia their first win in EuroLeague Women Group C and breathe new life into their hopes of qualifying for the Eighth-Final Play-offs.
Sandrine Gruda's lay-up with six seconds remaining looked to have earned USVO Valenciennes the victory, which would have dumped Lotos out of the competition.
UMMC Ekaterinburg moved back to the top of the EuroLeague Women Group C table - for a few hours at least - following their 79-66 victory over hapless Lotos Gdynia.
It was a seventh successive loss for the Polish team, while Russian outfit UMMC take their record to 5-2 in the competition.
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