Local virus restrictions meant that the two teams from Slovakia could not schedule their semifinals series so Horizont and Nika both advanced to the Final Four in Belarus. Bernice Mosby and upstarts Prometey tried to make some noise in the first game on Saturday, but it was an experienced hand in Anastasiya Verameyenka that led Horizont to an 84-73 win. It was a similar matchup in the other game with Ieva Pulvere and Riga looking to defend their title, but Maria Cherepanova and Nika won 72-64. A positive test for Prometey meant that only one game was played on Sunday. Kiara Leslie tried to lift Nika to a win in the final, but Anastasiya Verameyenka led Horizont to a 70-60 win, grabbing MVP honors.
April 3, 2021
Prometey vs. Horizont Minsk 73-84 PRO Mosby 26/7r Mollova 12 James 9 GOR Verameyenka 20/7r/6a Rytsikava 15 Hasper 12/10r Webb 11 Inkina 9
Riga vs. Nika Syktyvkar 64-72 RIG Pulvere 20 Thomas 14 Jakobsone 14 Basko 4/10r NIK Cherepanova 20/13r Turner 18/15r/6a Marchenkova 17/8r Leslie 11/6r
April 4, 2021
Nika vs. Horizont Minsk 60-70 NIK Leslie 26/9r Turner 9/9r GOR Verameyenka 20/6r Rytsikava 19/6r Inkina 10 Webb 7