Jason Brickman and Kaohsiung are now on the verge of winning the inaugural T1 League championship.
With the 6-foot Filipino-American floor general steering the wheel, the Aquas routed Jordan Heading and Taichung in Game Two, 112-82, Thursday at Fengshan Gymnasium.
The Aquas can go for the sweep on Saturday at National Taiwan University of Sport Gymnasium.
Unlike their 101-99 Game One escape last Wednesday, Kaohsiung started the game strongly and never looked back.
Hu Longmao caught fire early, powering the Aquas to a 12-4 start that paved the way for a 33-15 lead to end the 12-minute blitz.
It did not stop there as Kaohsiung led by as much as 32 points, 104-72, with 6:48 left.
Brickman was once again a wizard with the ball, tallying 11 points and 14 assists.
Hu, meanwhile, notched a career-best 38 points on 10-of-15 shooting from the field. Ferrakohn Hall and Kupsas finished with 12 and 10 points, respectively.
Su Yichin and Sani Sakakini led the way for the Suns with 19 points each with the latter also grabbing 10 boards.
Anthony Tucket scattered 14 points, seven assists, and six rebounds as well but Heading struggled in the game, finishing with just two points on three attempts in just 19 minutes of action.