Gambrinus Sika Brno coach Jan Bobrovsky admitted he could not have asked for more from his players after their 93-66 win over Dexia Namur in EuroLeague Women Group C.
Hana Machova and Eva Viteckova poured in 19 points apiece as Gambrinus consolidated their place at the top of the pool and moved their record to 4-1.
"We prepared well for the game and our players did everything we expected over them, particularly in defence," said Bobrovsky.
"It is always much easier to make something happen offensively when you play good defence.
"The fast breaks in the first quarter gave us the advantage in the first quarter. We played well today apart from the last couple of minutes when I gave some players a chance from the bench."
Dexia Namur are bottom of group C with a 1-4 record and coach Jurgen van Meerbeck bemoaned his side`s poor start to the game.
"I am not satisfied with our performance at all. We gave Brno an advantage by making bad mistakes in the first quarter," he said.
"We were 11 points down after five minutes and that makes it hard to get something from the game when you are playing a quality team like Brno. I was only satisfied with out performance in the third quarter."