The Brisbane Bullets, led by former NBA player Vic Law, have rebounded strongly to annihilate the Adelaide 36ers 93-74.
Law, who scored 27 points at 68 per cent after he was held to nine points in Saturday's 15-point loss to the Sixers in Brisbane, bounced back for the Bullets who won every quarter at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.
Former 36er Nathan Sobey (19 points) and import Orlando Johnson (15) provided support for the dominant Law, while for the hosts, twin towers Daniel Johnson (20) and Isaac Humphries (15) again gave Brisbane some headaches but the duo had no support.
"We made the adjustment in terms of our effort," Brisbane coach Andrej Lemanis said."Offensively I thought the ball moved more too.
"We were better in transition tonight.
"There was less one-on-one play and more playing in the best interest in the team."
Almost single-handedly, Law undid Adelaide's fast start and turned the Bullets' early 1-7 deficit into a 15-9 advantage and ultimately a 17-14 quarter-time edge.
The former Orlando Magic forward was even better in the second term and silenced the home crowd.
Law's individual brilliance (19 first-half points) and Brisbane's ferocity on the glass as they won the rebound contest 28-14 in the first half, were pivotal in the visitors' 47-37 half-time lead.
Back-to-back triples to Josh Giddey and Keanu Pinder reduced the difference to seven points midway through the third term before the Bullets punched out an emphatic 13-2 run, Sobey draining a late three for a 73-55 three-quarter-time lead.
Sobey started the fourth with another trey and Law again got motoring as Brisbane's lead swelled to 24 points, deepening the 36ers' huge hole by the minute.
"Extremely disappointed in the loss," Adelaide coach Conner Henry said.
"They played faster and harder than we did and we didn't execute.
"You've got to bring that intensity and I don't think we did that collectively."