April 3, 2018
All four series started on Tuesday. Bydgoszcz entered with an unfamiliar feeling as top seeds and a good game from DeNesha Stallworth was not enough as they lost to Gydnia 72-67. In Krakow, Wisla built a lead heading into halftime as Leonor Rodriguez and Cheyenne Parker helped them past Gorzow 73-61. Sleza Wroclaw might be showing their championship mettle once again Elina Dikeoulakou led them to a 71-61 win at Torun. Polkowice may have the most momentum of any team as Artemis Spanou fired them past Lublin 100-66 despite a big game from Feyonda Fitzgerald for the visitors. The postseason schedule is significantly more grueling than the regular season one as the teams have no days of rest before the second game.
Bydgoszcz vs. Gdynia 67-72 BYD Stallworth 23 McBride 15/7r/8a Stankovic 9/8r O’Neill 5 GDY Vitola 18/6r Jankoska 17 Copper 14/6r Aleksandravicius 11/8r Handy 5
Wisla Krakow vs. Gorzow 73-61 WIS Rodriguez 21/6a Parker 20/9r Greinacher 5/9r Abdi 4 Reid 2/8r GOR Misiek 15 Swords 10/12r Rytsikava 10
Torun vs. Sleza Wroclaw 61-71 TOR Hornbuckle 18/6r Mansfield 8 Cain 7/10r Maliszewska 4 SLE Dikeoulakou 22 Zoll-Norman 14/10a Treffers 12/6r
Polkowice vs. Lublin 100-66 POL Spanou 21/7r Gajda 17 Fagbenle 14 Sandric 14 Clark 8/11r Ervin 6/6r LUB Fitzgerald 30/7s Butulija 14 Ugoka 12/9r Dobrowolska 2