Cheshire Phoenix were unable to prevent BBL leaders Worcester Wolves making it 10 straight wins in a physical battle at the Northgate Arena.
Wolves' playmaker Zaire Taylor starred as the visitors triumphed 105-94 on Sunday evening, completing a clean sweep in the series against the Nix.
Both previous games had gone to overtime with Worcester coming out on top but the hosts struggled to hang on to the title contenders this time around.
Nix fought hard from the tip off with Victor Moses - who picked up his Molten BBL Player of the Month award before the game - finishing with a huge double-double of 22 points and 16 rebounds.
Taylor was a constant menace for the Wolves, sinking 10 from 18 inside the paint and adding a couple of three pointers for good measure.
Both sides started nervously but the visitors soon took control and raced into a 28-18 lead.
Despite the hosts best efforts, Worcester never relinquished control and were good value for the win. Former Nix favourite Kai Williams dropped five triples on his way to 18 points and imposing centre Will Creekmore grabbed 17 points and 19 rebounds.
Phoenix refused to give up the chase as Dominique Coleman found his range and pulled back to make it a one-shot game at 81-78 with a few minutes left to play but were unable to reel in the visitors.
Worcester remain four points clear at the top of the table with Nix in sixth place, four points off London Lions and Leicester Riders.
Cheshire had won 96-87 at struggling Birmingham Knights the night before with Moses again in inspirational form as he finished with 32 points.
Nix had to be on their game to hold off the Knights, who are still searching for the first league victory.
There was not much between the sides in the first quarter until the visitors put together a seven point burst to close the period 28-22 ahead.
Nix continued to pile on the points and moved out to 41-24 ahead before the winless Knights charged back to trail 49-46 at half time.
Cheshire took charge in the third quarter and pulled clear to lead 75-65 heading into the fourth quarter with Birmingham unable to get close in the final stages.
Moses has been outstanding form for Nix since the turn of the year and his efforts have been rewarded after he was crowned Molten BBL Player of the Month for January, having also picked up the November accolade earlier in the season.
In a busy month for the powerful forward, he played six games and posted sensational double-double averages of 21.3 points and 13.2 rebounds per game.
A Georgetown graduate and former NAIA National Player of the Year, Moses is having a sparkling rookie season in Britain and helped his team to some hugely impressive victories as they continued to consolidate a play-off spot.
Moses was often the pivotal figure in wins against defending champions Leicester Riders, Plymouth University Raiders, Manchester Giants and Birmingham Knights.
Moses had to fight off strong challenges from other players for the accolade, including veteran Charles Smith of Esh Group Eagles Newcastle and his own team-mate Reggie Middleton, who has also been a terrific driving force in the backcourt for Phoenix.