Launceston's own Chris Goulding put on a clinic against the South East Melbourne Phoenix on Saturday night.
The Melbourne United guard dropped 25 points, which included five three-pointers to boot.
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After returning from a lower calf injury earlier in March, United coach Dean Vickerman said it was good to see Goulding's game come in against the side's Melbourne counterpart.
"Hes been building from the injury and I think he was being cautious when he re-entered the group ... it slowly just built to a form where he can trust his body again and he can cut and elevate the way he wants to," Vickerman said.
I just try to get him open and get out of his way to be honestJo Lual-Acuil on Chris Goulding
Teammate Jo Lual-Acuil (14pts) said having Goulding ball out allowed for himself and other United scorers to take advantage.
"I just try to get him open and get out of his way to be honest and then good things happen from there," Lual-Acuil said.
Fellow Tasmanian and Phoenix guard Adam Gibson scored five points from the bench.
Elsewhere in the league, the New Zealand Breakers broke their four-game losing streak in an overtime win against the Brisbane Bullets.
The Breakers will head to Launceston in April for their six-week stint in the state.