It will be a big few nights for the Printsync South West Slammers men, who face the Lakeside Lightning and Perth Redbacks back to back. Although both opposing sides appear to be in the mix for a spot in the West Coast Classic finals series, Slammers coach Mark Worthington is confident his side will deliver. “I think we go into every week asking the guys to limit their turnovers,” he said. “I know it was a point of emphasis on Tuesday night in terms of what we did at training. But for us, it is not so much about who we are coming up against now, it is about what we can do as a group. “For us, if we can limit our turnovers and show the same demeanour we did in the second half against Perry Lakes last week, then we can continue to take strides as a group.” Towards the back end of the Hawks defeat, the young Slammers switched the tempo of the game into their direction, which forced the visitors to play on their terms. Worthington outlined some of specifics which can be simulated during a competitive practice session. “Our best chance of winning is by playing full-court,” he said. “Making people have quick shots instead of running their sets. For us, we need to work on being disruptive. “It is a hard ask when you have two games over a weekend, but, overall, this is part of our lesson learning as a group this year as we try to get better.” Tip off is at 8.30pm tomorrow night at the Eaton Recreation Centre, following the women’s clash between both clubs. Scouting report (Lakeside Lightning) League position: 3rd; home record: 3-0; away record: 2-1; last round: defeated Rockingham Flames 84-71, defeated Kalamunda Eastern Suns 75-57. Key stat: The Lightning cashed in against the Eastern Suns, pocketing 34 points from 20 turnovers in the handy win.