|21-year-old forward Bojan Dubljevic led the way in Montenegro's tenth consecutive win with a 25-point, 12-rebound double-double|
Montenegro completed an unbeaten romp through Group A of the EuroBasket Qualification Round with an 80-48 rout of the Slovak Republic.
The hosts improved to 10-0 in straightforward fashion, all but winning the game in the opening quarter as they took a 22-point lead inside the opening seven minutes.
Bojan Dubljevic scored 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, while Vladimir Dasic added 13 points and Suad Sehovic 12.
Montenegro scored the first eight points unanswered and led 25-3 when Sehovic hit a jump-shot to cap a 13-0 run.
Dasic's free throws made it 27-6 to end the first quarter.
The Slovaks found some rhythm in the second period, with Martin Sykora's three making it 37-20, but Montenegro then scored the final seven points of the half to lead by 24 at the break.
The hosts continued to edge further and further clear through the second half to complete what was easily the biggest of their 10 qualifying wins.
Dusan Pandula led the Slovaks with 11 points.