|29 November 2006|
MKB Euroleasing were able to coast to an easy 86-41 win over Famila Basket.
The Hungarian outfit went on an 11-0 run towards the end of the first quarter top open up a double-digit advantage.
They never looked back en route to winning their fourth EuroLeague Women contest in five games.
MKB built their lead to 43-24 at halftime and then they turned it up a gear in the second half.
Norbert Székely’s side held Famila to just eight points in the third quarter.
An 11-2 run to close the quarter put MKB up 63-32.
For good measure, MKB closed the game on a 13-2 run to secure a 45-point margin of victory.
The offense came from various places for MKB, which improved to 4-1 on the season.
Albena Branzova led the way with 18 points, while Andrea Balas-Pirine Karolyi contributed 17 and Olexandra Gorbunova had 15.
As a team, MKB shot 60.5 percent on two-point field goals and a glittering 63.6 percent from beyond the arch.
Meanwhile, winless Famila were only able to register double-digits scoring in one quarter as they slumped to 0-5 on the season.