WORCESTER Wolves will be looking to “dismantle” Glasgow Rocks when they visit the University of Worcester Arena tonight (7.30pm).

Head coach Paul James was impressed by his side’s showing in their 97-85 victory at Rocks in the quarter-finals of the BBL Cup last Sunday.

But he stressed there was room for improvement and was hoping to see an even better performance when they tackle the Scottish side in the British Basketball League.

“If we can come and play with the same spirit and determination then we are going to give ourselves another good chance of winning the game,” James said.

“But there are still things we know we can do better.

“The challenge now is to come back, put in a better performance and get two vital points in the league championships.”

Wolves led Glasgow from start to finish at the Emirates Arena but James felt his side could have ran riot if they had not took their foot off the gas in the closing moments.

He said: “We were leading by 20 points but in the last couple of minutes we kind of gave up as the game was pretty much over and then conceded nine or 10 points.

“Glasgow will be looking at that and taking a positive out of that I am sure.

“There is a bit of a momentum shift there as we had them 20 points down and should have kept it like that or even put them 25 down.

“We have got to focus on the next game, do our homework and look at how we can dismantle teams.”

Five players scored more than 10 points at Glasgow with Trayvon Palmer, Dallin Bachynski and Alex Navajas registering double-doubles.

James was particularly delighted by Navajas’ display as the Spaniard notched 18 points and 10 rebounds.

“I think guys are now starting to find their feet and their roles within the team,” James said.

“Dallin had another tremendous game for us, Trayvon got a double-double and Alex had his best game of the season so far.

“I think Alex is starting to settle down.

“We have been creating a lot of good scoring opportunities for him but he has just not been in the rhythm.

“But on Sunday we started to see the best of him as he was tremendous.”