The outcome of the game was clear even before the second half started, as Ogre faced a 22-point deficit, with no real sights at coming back. The third quarter was more of a level battle, but looking at the whole context of the game, Pieno zvaigzdes didn't really have too much motivation to push hard for a larger advantage.
Nevertheless, with points coming easy, the Lithuanians embarked on their highest-scoring quarter to reach 110 points. It turned out to be an easier win than most expected and Pasvalys will be happy bringing the victory home.
Eight players were in double-digit scoring for Pieno zvaigzdes, as Steponas Babrauskas was the only player not to get on the scoresheet, missing all five shots in 15 minutes.
Trevon Hughes and Tomas Lekunas were the two top scorers with 18 points apiece, while Nikita Balashov and Ignas Fiodorovas added another 12 each.
Despite being blown out, Ogre had several players putting up good numbers, with Janis Poznaks leading the way with 16 points to his name. Janis Antrops had 15, while Roberts Niedra and Guntis Sipolins scoring respectively 14 and 12 points, as the latter also had 10 rebounds.