Head coach John Lavery feels his in-form side can keep on winning after recording six successive victories.
Nix returned home with maximum points after an on the road double-header against Birmingham Knights and Plymouth Raiders.
Having endured a difficult start to the season with a huge turnover of players, Nix have now well and truly found top gear and look in good shape to secure a play-off berth.
“We got two wins so it was a good weekend,” said Lavery, whose side are now up to seventh in the BBL.
“We have just got to continue doing what we are doing and hopefully we can pick up a few more wins.”
Nix took on the winless Knights on Saturday and had a scare when the home side raced into an early lead.
But the visitors side hit back strongly in the second quarter and eventually ran out easy winners.
“Birmingham came out hard and we were a bit slow and sluggish and they exploited that,” said Lavery.
“We changed a couple of things around and our guys responded really well in the second.
“After that we didn’t really look back and it was a comfortable win in the end.”
Nix climbed back on the team bus after the game and travelled down to Somerset for an overnight stay in Taunton.
“It was nice to be able to do that because it’s a long trip and the guys were able to get a good rest,” said the coach.
Lavery and his players were back on the court less than 24 hours after the win over the Knights against the sixth-placed Raiders.
“Plymouth beat Glasgow the night before so we knew it was going to be tough,” said Lavery.
“Our guys came out really hard and started strongly so it was the opposite of the Birmingham game.
“Plymouth are a talented team and they came back at us but we spoke about what we needed to do to take care of business and did it.
“We tore the game open in the third and the guys felt really comfortable about what they were doing.”
Central to Nix’s impressive run have been the contributions of Reggie Middleton, Dominique Coleman and Victor Moses and the Raiders were unable to cope with the trio’s scoring power.
Lavery said: “Reggie, Victor and Dom combined for 79 points which is outstanding but was a strong team performance.
“Devan Bailey was excellent all weekend and Donatas Visockis was absolutely phenomenal with 21 boards against Plymouth.”
Nix are not in action this weekend and return to the court at Newcastle Eagles a week on Friday.