The Albury-Wodonga Bandits scored the house down on Saturday night in a dominant 124-81 win against the Diamond Valley Eagles.
The Bandits had six players score in the double figures, with three scoring over 20 points at the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre.
Deba George lead the charge to claim 28 points, while import Torren Jones finished the night with 27.
It was also a big night for new recruit Manny Malou, who played his first game for the Bandits after only signing with them during the week.
Malou steps in to replace injured Bandits player Mitch Newton.
"He (Malou) did some really good stuff in defence and found some rhythm in offence as well," Bandits coach Brad Chalmers said.
"He fits in really well and should be wrapped, he's done a really good after only being here a week.
"We felt like we should win the game and we did convincingly.
"We had a lot of balls going in and we've got some guys that can shoot.
"It was a really good even contribution across the board.
"When you've got that fire power and it clicks, our offense is going to be really tough to guard.
"We know we're going to be good offensively when the chemistry gets there."
Exciting US import Ken-Jah Bosley scared the crowd when he came off the court in the first quarter holding his shoulder.
But it didn't appear to stop Bosley's performance, returning to the court later that quarter to end the game with 25 points and five rebounds.
"It was a bit of a sting," Chalmers said.
"It didn't stop him from piling on a few points at the end.
"With a bit of recovery and rehab next week, he should be fine."
Jarrod Molnar was also a standout for the Bandits in the win, having an impact on the scoreboard and improving on form from previous weeks.
"He had a tough week last week and really stepped up this week and played well," Chalmers said.
The Bandits now sit on three wins from three games to keep their undefeated season in tact heading into the Easter break.
They'll then return for two more home games, with the Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence set to be their next opponent.
"We need to be ready for the challenges that are ahead of us as well," Chalmers said.
"If we're going to be any good this year, we need to play an elite level defence.
"It was a really solid win and we just have to keep building on that now."
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