|Center Ewelina Kobryn had 15 points in Wisla's win over Lotos Gdynia|
Many of the teams playing in European competitions had their last games on Wednesday night before the holiday break.
Erin Phillips did not play for the winners.
Jose Hernandez, the coach of Wisla, said: "After the last defeat at CCC Polkowice, this encounter was very important to us.
"In the third quarter, we were on top by 10 points and that allowed us to control the course of the match."
Polkowice's home clash with ŁKS Siemens AGD Lodz was cancelled when the visitors announced they would not travel for the contest.
There is no word yet from the league on the implications of the Lodz decision not to play the game.
In a battle of EuroLeague Women outfits, Rivas led 38-37 at half-time but lost the initiative in the third quarter when Ros outscored them, 30-14.
Roberto Iñiguez, who replaced Natalia Hejkova at the helm of Ros Casares last week, said: "I really liked the team's response after the break as they have understood what we were doing wrong and corrected everything."
|Erika De Souza posted an impressive double-double to lead Perfumerias Avenida to a hard-fought victory at Girona|
Anna Cruz poured in 16 points and came up with seven steals for Rivas, who also fell in their game against Mann Filter Zaragoza at the weekend.
Perfumerias Avenida, the other EuroLeague Women outfit in Spain, prevailed 79-73 at Girona FC.
Erika De Souza's 24 points and 15 rebounds led the winners.
Gran Canaria, who are in the EuroCup Women, were blown out at Mann Filter Zaragoza, 77-52.
Recent arrival Sylvia Fowles had 17 points and eight boards as Galatasaray romped to an 89-59 triumph at Mersin.
Taurasi added eight assists and also corralled five rebounds.
Petra Stampalija poured in 17 points for Hainaut.
On Tuesday in Russia, Nadezhda Orenburg won at Dynamo Moscow, 99-84.
Oxana Zakalyuzhnaya had 22 points and 13 rebounds in the victory.
USK Prague have gone into the holiday break with a perfect 17-0 mark in the Czech Republic.
They romped to a 109-75 win at BLK Prague.