MEG Göttingen clinched victory in their first-ever home game in European club basketball with an 81-51 blowout triumph over BCM Gravelines Dunkerque in the EuroChallenge.
Chris Oliver had 17 points and nine rebounds for the German club, which won its opener last week at Lokomotiv Kuban.
John Patrick's side led from start to finish.
The Violets stormed out to a 16-7 advantage late in the first quarter and extended that to 41-25 by half-time.
The visitors from France trailed by double digits the rest of the way.
Gravelines point guard Ben Woodside had worried Göttingen before the game but was held to just three points.
He missed all six of his shots from the floor.
The French club made just two of 24 shots from long range compared to six of 19 for the winners.
The home side, roared on by a partisan crowd of 2,205, out-rebounded the visitors 52-29.
John Patrick, MEG Göttingen head coach:
"I'm proud of our team. We played with great intensity and concentration over the course of the whole 40 minutes. We were lucky that our opponent did not shoot the ball so well today. We were very motivated against one of the top teams in the French league."
Christian Monschau, BCM Gravelines Dunkerque head coach:
"It was a very good game for Göttingen. For us, it wasn't a great game at all. Göttingen played whatever they wanted. We were not ready today. It was too much difference between both teams today."
Ben Jacobson MEG Göttingen player:
"Like Coach said, I'm very proud of my teammates today. We were able to get the ball inside early on and get buckets from Jason Boone. We stuck to our game plan for 40 minutes. It was a balanced attack from us in a great win for us and our fans."