It's that time of year again for fans to pick the best of the best ahead of the EuroLeague Women All-Star Game to take place on 8th March in Paris, France.
Taking place on International Women's Day, the EuroLeague Women All-Star Game will feature a match-up between Europe and The Rest of the World with fans selecting the starting five for each team.
TTT Riga won for the fourth time in EuroLeague Group B with a 77-70 triumph over ESB Lille Metropole on Wednesday but it was too little, too late for the Latvia powerhouse.
Even before tip-off, Ainars Cukste's team knew it had no chance of finishing in fourth place - the last on offer for a spot in the Eighth-Finals.
Gambrinus Sika Brno are breathing a little more easily on Wednesday night after putting away a determined TTT Riga in the Czech Republic to clinch a place in the play-offs.
Brno's 83-76 all but eliminated Riga from contention for the next phase.
TTT Riga haven't had too much to shout about this season but the last week could hardly have been much better.
After receiving a 20-0 victory following a forfeit by CSKA Moscow, Riga followed that up on Wednesday night with a 61-57 upset of previously unbeaten Umana Reyer Venezia in Latvia.
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