JETS completed a successful weekend that had seen them return to form after a run of three successive defeats by following up Saturday's win at London Towers with a comfortable victory over Lions at the Northgate Arena on Sunday.
Coach Paul Smith said: 'Our display was back to being more like what you would associate with Jets. We played an intensive defence and pushed the ball. We must have scored between 50-60 points this weekend from the fast break and if we play like that, we'll take anybody. We also stressed that it was important to start strongly so we could move away from the opposition.
'We all had a good look at ourselves after the Newcastle game and as I had to spend a couple of days away on business, James Hamilton and John McCord really stepped up and showed their leadership skills and I'm delighted that we've got the kind of experienced personnel on our staff who can do that. I'm also pleased with Calvin Davis' return to form and he's back to posting the kind of numbers only he can get.'
From the start, the two sides' contrasting styles were evident with Milton Keynes relying heavily on the influence of Shawn Jamison - who led all scorers on the night with 25 - while Jets displayed their strength in depth.
Highlights included a James Hamilton basket following some slick passing from McCord and Ryan Huntley and a Calvin Davis bucket following a mammoth re-bound from the Texan Tower as Jets built up a 26-17 advantage.
Huntley bagged a brace from downtown in the second as Jets extended their lead to 53-32 at the break, and the crowd were on their feet in the final minute as Michael Nurse threw up an alley-oop for Davis to crash in with one hand.
Lions started the third quarter brightly and Joel Burns hit a long-range treble, but with Nurse grabbing a couple of three-point efforts himself and Huntley again on the mark from outside the arc, Jets remained in control.
Davis this time turned provider for a spectacular play as he teed-up McCord, who flew in with a one-handed dunk of his own, and Jets led 74-54 at three-quarter time.
A sweet solo move from Nurse to open up the visitors' defence with just under three minutes remaining was Smith's cue to introduce the first of his shadow squad as Richard Murphy replaced Hamilton.
As theclockwounddown, therestofJets' amateur players also enjoyed some court time with Steve Mercer netting and Marvin Holden going close on a couple of occasions.
Jets' scorers: Davis (23); McCord (22); Huntley & Nurse (both 19); Singleton & Hamilton (both 6); Mercer (2).