|23 November 2004|
Czech side Loko Trutnov welcomed home Kamila Vodicková in tonight's only EuroLeague Women match-up. Unfortunately for the home town fans, Vodicková was playing for visiting team Dynamo Moscow and her 27 points and 14 rebounds underlined another dominant performance from the Russian side.
Dynamo have proved unstoppable this season in European action and Trutnov had no answer for their inside power.
Dynamo outrebounded Trutnov 45-18 and shot and nailed 55% of their field goal attempts.
Vodickova hit 12/14 shots for her 27 points, while fellow center Elena Baranova was in similarly dominant mode. The Russian star added 21 points (8/10 field goals, 2/2 three-pointers), 15 rebounds, 4 steals and 2 blocks.
“The game was not easy at all, although we were 10 points ahead from the very beginning. The home players played with a lot of effort and with the help of their fantastic audience managed to keep up with us. We won the match definitely after we controlled the pace and played a bit harder,“ said Vodicková after the game.
Despite the loss, the Trutnov fans were not only happy to see Vodicková, but with their own team's brave peformance and they gave their side a standing ovation after the game.