Bobby Ray Parks Jr. and the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins were too much for a shorthanded San-En NeoPhoenix who played minus Thirdy Ravena in the Japan B.League.
Nagoya took a 98-78 win over San-En for a third straight victory.
With the win, the Dolphins improved their record to 29-13 to stay at third in the West District.
Parks scored 13 points to go with 5 assists, 3 rebounds, and 1 steal.
Coty Clarke topscored for Nagoya with 23 points while Scott Eatherton added 18 points.
San-En fell to 10-41.