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Play-Off Round 1 First Leg Top Performers: Morrison, Mack, McCowan, Lisowa Mbaka, Motley

MUNICH (Germany) - There were two huge and inseparable performances, from Ziomara Morrison and Natasha Mack, in the first leg of the EuroCup Women Play-Off Round 1.

The pair each amassed eye-popping performance efficiency valuations of 42 after catapulting their respective teams to victories. For Chilean veteran Morrison, it was certainly a memorable night as her spectacular display of 30 points and 15 rebounds helped Kangoeroes Basket to pull off an 83-70 upset against BC Polkowice. 

Meanwhile Mack was unstoppable for AZS UMCS Lublin as she helped them boost their chances of reaching the next phase of the competition with a one-sided 72-55 win against Tarbes GB. She caught fire and shot 71 percent from the field en-route to 26 points, while also completing a big double-double with 19 rebounds.

Teaira McCowan is no stranger to Top Performers lists this season and she was again the driving force for Orman Genclik, who picked up a one-sided triumph. They swept past ACS Sepsi-SIC 80-52 behind her brilliant 27 points and 18 rebounds.

Maxuella Lisowa Mbaka continues to make positive waves and she registered what was arguably the best performance of her career as she fueled a super 86-75 win at Neve David Ramla. The Belgian rising star showed out with 24 points and 17 boards.

Finally, Adrienne Motley shot the lights out and made 9 of 10 from the field for MBK Ruzomberok as the Slovakian club recorded an eventful 86-86 first-leg tie with Nadezhda. Dropping 5 of 6 from downtown, the guard eventually racked up 31 points.

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