Adrian Banks poured in 30 points to lead five Barak Netanya players scoring in double figures as they enjoyed a 113-89 rout of Turk Telekom in EuroChallenge Group D.
Barak held the edge throughout the game, and took an 83-72 lead into the final period, but it was then they really turned on the afterburners as they outscored the visitors 30-17 to turn it into a rout.
They made their intentions clear by scoring the first 16 points of the final period unanswered, putting them 99-72 up on Banks' dunk.
Banks would also have the final word with a lay-up 37 seconds from time.
Chris Watson and Anthony Younger both added 17 points while Errick McCollum and Romeo Travis had 12 each.
Sani Becirovic led Turk Telekom with 19 points while Rasim Bashak had 13 and Diamon Simpson and Ceyhun Altay had 10 each.
Barak Netanya Head Coach Eric Alfasi:
"I am pleased with the victory. Now I am turning my focus towards maintaining the team's momentum and strong home court advantage. "
Turk Telekom Head Coach Gencer Baytimur:
"Our defense was non-existent in all aspects of the game, whether it was a zone defense, a press, or man to man defense. I want to credit Barak Netanya, and thank the organization for their warm hospitality."