The New Zealand men's basketball team has beaten South Korea 102-69 in Wellington in the first of three Tests.
The win was best summed up by head coach Nenad Vucinic when he said afterwards that he thought they'd jumped on them a little bit.
The Tall Blacks dominated the second quarter, outscoring their opponents 34-11 and led by 32 at half-time.
Kirk Penney top-scored with 17 points, Corey Webster had 15 while Isaac Fotu grabbed eight points and 10 rebounds.
Vucinic says he's expecting a much tougher game from the Koreans in the second Test in Tauranga on Thursday night.
Vucinic was pleased with an all-round effort from his team, with all 12 players getting good minutes and all 12 registering points.
While Webster shone with a stats-filled contribution and Kirk Penney led all scorers, it was an all-round team contribution that pleased the coach most.
The Tall Blacks are ranked 19th in the world, 12 spots ahead of the Koreans.