But in the women�s competition, the Wolves will have to cause a major upset and beat Willetton twice away from home this weekend if they�re to make it to the big dance.
The men recovered from their quarter-final scare against Perry Lakes with a win over Rockingham 99-88 away in the best-of-three semi-finals series last Friday.
Bench player Sean Easther stepped up for one of his better games of the season with nine points and four rebounds in just under 12 minutes of play.
Trian Iliadis starred to lead the game in scoring with 32 points and 12 rebounds. Kevin Davis took a game-high 16 rebounds.
The side will look to wrap up the series in two games at Joondalup Basketball Stadium on Saturday.
If not, they return for the decider on Sunday.
In the women�s semi-final last Saturday, Joondalup led the second-seeded Tigers by a point at half-time, but dropped away to lose 82-62.
Rebecca Mercer led scoring with 20 points, with Ellyce Ironmonger taking 16 rebounds.
The Wolves� will look to even the series at Willetton Basketball Stadium tomorrow night, with a decider, if required, on Saturday.