Wisla Can-Pack Krakow will play for a European crown in April but they won't have a shot at the Polish women's title.
Jose Hernandez's team crashed out of the PLKK play-offs over the weekend, falling 75-66 in the Quarter-Finals to CCC Polkowice.
A devastating 31 point haul from Diana Taurasi put an end to the hopes of Lotos Gdynia causing an upset as three-time defending champion Spartak Moscow Region breezed into the last eight of EuroLeague Women.
Having been battered in game one, Gdynia had been hoping for a more spirited display on their own floor and initially they delivered by racing into a shock 21-13 lead early in the second period.
Spartak Moscow Region delivered a second-quarter knockout punch against Lotos Gdynia in the opening game of their EuroLeague Women Eighth-Finals tie.
The three-time defending champions, who trailed 10-0 at the start of the game but replied with an 11-0 run, ended up winning 98-49.
With the Qualifying Round of EuroLeague Women wrapping up on Wednesday FIBA Europe has announced the official rankings of the sixteen teams that will advance to the Eighth-Finals and the resulting match-ups.
Three-time defending champions Spartak Moscow Region, who finished the Qualifying Round a perfect 10-0, ranked first followed by rivals UMMC Ekaterinburg and Wisla Can-Pack who lost just once.
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