CSKA Moscow's rout of Olympiakos that earned the Russians qualification to the Euroleague playoffs was "easy," captain Viktor Khryapa said.
Wendesday's 96-64 defeat of the Greeks was CSKA's fouth win in five Top 16 games, securing top spot in Group E for the six-time champion.
"We played well and won easily," said Khryapa, a 29-year-old former Portland Trail Blazers and Chicago Bulls forward.
"Olympiakos were just no match for us. They played so badly and missed all their chances - even when they were unchallenged" at the hoop, said Khryapa, who had returned from long-term injury.
Andrei Vorontseivch top scored with 15 points for the hosts, who bounced back from their first defeat of the competition, to Galatasaray 68-64 on February 9.
CSKA becomes the first team to advance to the quarterfinal playoffs, which start March 20, where it faces Spanish opposition in Bilbao's Gescrap BB or Real Madrid.