John Bunyan watched his Clark Eriksson Fury team lose 106-60 to the professional Glasgow Rocks on Wednesday night.
But the club’s headcoach said it was “a good test” for his Scottish champions who play Dunfermline Reign tonight (Friday) at The Mariner Centre.
Fury were without Martin Malnieks, and point-guard Jonny Bunyan who played against his dad and brother for his employers - the Rocks.
“I think the guys just treated Jonny as another member of the opposition,” added Bunyan Senior.
Fury play Dunfermline at The Mariner in Camelon in the Scottish Mens’ National League. Tip-off at 8 p.m.
Glasgow Rocks start their season on Sunday at the Emirates Arena, Glasgow. Surrey United are the visitors and the match tips-off at 5 p.m.