Jordan launched their Asian Cup qualifying campaign in convincing style with a 55-point victory over Sri Lanka in Prince Hamzeh Hall.
The Nashama Falcons won 100-45 to set themselves up nicely for another Group C showdown on Monday in Kazakhstan, who beat Palestine 79-76.
After a tight first quarter which Jordan edged 18-16, the hosts dominated the second (40-5) and third (24-7) quarters to open a huge margin before seeing out the fourth quarter 18-17.
The Asian Cup qualifiers will see 24 teams divided into six groups, with the first and second of each group qualifying directly for the finals, while four third placed teams will make up the remaining places so that 16 teams will qualify in total.
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