|Ewelina Kobryn was red-hot for Wisla Can-Pack as the Polish giants clinched a Final Eight berth|
Wisla Can-Pack Krakow sealed a spot in the Final Eight of the EuroLeague Women with a 74-60 triumph at ZVVZ USK Prague.
The win completed a two-game sweep for Wisla, who were led by Ewelina Kobryn's 22 points.
Prague endured a nightmare start at home, giving up 24 points in the first quarter to trail by 11.
Kobryn had nine points in the opening frame.
Prague fell even further behind in the second quarter with a Kobryn three-pointer extending the visitors' advantage to 33-16.
Prague, having lost Ilona Burgrova for the season to injury recently, reduced the gap to nine points in the fourth quarter but never mounted a serious comeback against the Polish giants.
The Krakow team won the rebounding battle, 44-35, and they drilled 21 of their 24 attempts at the free-throw line.
Prague were only 10 of 17 at the stripe.
American center Delisha Milton, who missed game one of the series due to injury and who is averaging 15 points in the competition, was held to a season-low six points on two of 10 shooting.