Evanthia Maltsi and Lindsay Whalen came up big in the play-offs to help ZVVZ USK Prague bring a halt to the dominance of Gambrinus Sika Brno.
Now the duo have penned new deals that will see them help Prague defend their domestic title next season and challenge for honors in Europe.
Diana Taurasi erupted for 26 points on Friday to lead two-time defending champions Spartak Moscow Region to victory at USK Prague and into the Quarter-Finals of the EuroLeague Women.
Spartak completed a two-game sweep with a 92-78 win in the Czech Republic.
ZVVZ USK Prague are saying good-bye to one American and hello to another as they attempt to beat Gambrinus Sika Brno to the Czech title.
Prague, who last week signed Ieva Kublina from TTT Riga, have plucked another from the Latvian top flight with Nykesha Sales of SK Cesis putting pen-to-paper on a deal that will see her finish the campaign in the Czech Republic.
Ieva Kublina didn't reach the EuroLeague Women play-offs with TTT Riga but she will still be making an appearance after leaving the Latvian club for ZVVZ USK Prague.
Kublina, a Latvia international who will be in action this summer when her country hosts the EuroBasket Women, has confirmed her move to the Czech Republic to eSports.lv.
ZVVZ USK Prague
|Sportovni Hala Kralovka|
Nad Kralovskou oborou 51, 170 00 Praha 7, CZE
Tel: +420 (602) 62 13 70
|Sport Hall Folimanka|
Na Folimance 2, 12000 Prague , CZETel:
+420 (2) 22 56 22 15Web: www.uskbasket.czCapacity:
Ruzyne (15 km)