UMMC Ekaterinburg did not allow their hosts TEO Vilnius much time to settle into the game.
They scored the first points after 10 seconds. By the end of the first quarter they led (20-4).
The game as a contest was over by the interval with UMMC ahead (40-16).
UMMC went on to win (86-37) with Sandrine Gruda and Svetlana Abrosimova leading the scoring with 15 points each.
Abrosimva said after the game: "We played well as a team. 25 assists prove it. If we continue to play like that we can achieve a lot."
TTT Riga had suffered the embarrassment of losing their first EuroLeague Women tie this season by 80 points to Ros Casares (above in picture).
TTT have improved since that game and even without Lyndra Littles they remained close for the first 30 minutes against Ros Casares.
Ros Casares went into the final quarter leading (51-43). They then stepped on the accelerator blowing away their hosts to win (78-54).
Becky Hammond led the scoring for Ros Casares with 18 points.
Cras Basket are on an EuroLeague Women winning streak, they beat Galatasaray (77-63) for win number 4.
Michelle Greco led the scoring with 19 points and explained after the game: "It 'a good time. We have demonstrated it again tonight, with an intense game, return to fold a strong team like Istanbul. Now we believe much more in the third place in the EuroLeague Women and in our future in this competition."
EuroLeague Women C - Not a great night for Bourges Basket
In the last four seasons Bourges Basket built its reputation in the EuroLeague Women competition with a suffocating defense.
However teams have found solutions in making Bourges' system less effective.
ZVVK USK Prague have two former players from Bourges Basket on their roster, Sonja Kireta and EuroBasket Women 2009 MVP Evanthia Maltsi, who both played under Pierre Vincent.
The two teams were tied (32-32) with 23 minutes played.
Kireta then started an 11-0 run for USK, starting with 2 points and conclunding it three minutes later with a three-point play (2+1).
Bourges never recovered and went into the final quarter trailing (37-51).
Lindsay Whalen led the way for the hosts with 18 points as her side paced itself to victory (70-47).
Pierre Vincent was disappointed with the defeat. Yet he explained after the game that he was of the belief that Bourges would improve:
"We lost and therefore I'm sad, it is a bad day for us. In order to win a game we need to score some points and it was our weak spot today, as we missed shots from open positions as well as a few lay ups. It was a difficult game for us but I am very proud of my team that they kept fighting till the end and did not give up even when the game was decided. Better days will come, I believe."
Good Angels Kosice might have made the late signing of the season with Angel McCoughtry and were rewarded.
She joined the club for seven weeks in November. But with her 24 points, 5 assists and 5 rebounds the club are more than likely to extend her stay.
Good Angels beat MKB EuroLeasing (78-58) and move up to third position in the group.
Rivas Ecópolis did not require overtime this week but were taken to the wire by their hosts from Poland, KSSSE AZS-PWSZ Gorzow, to win (82-79).
Rivas Ecópolis join Spartak Moscow Region and Wisla Can-Pack with perfect records after six rounds of EuroLeague Women action.