But the Wolves have little room for error if they want to remain on top of the table, with Geraldton behind them only on percentage and South West just a one-game deficit in third.
The side took No. 1 honours after an unbeaten weekend against Stirling 106-98 away and Lakeside 119-105 at home.
Against the Senators on Saturday, the side�s myriad scoring options again shone through with Seb Salinas (23 points, 11 rebounds), Trian Iliadis (23, 12 rebounds), Rob Huntington (19) and Damian Matacz (18) sharing the load.
But on Sunday, Iliadis lit up Joondalup Basketball Stadium with a stellar individual performance of 42 points against the Lightning. Athletic US import Kevin Davis took 20 points and 19 rebounds.
The Lady Wolfpack, in second place, edged closer to taking top spot from Rockingham with an 87-58 victory over Stirling and 96-58 defeat of Lakeside.
Tenacious guard Shani Amos provided the weekend highlight when she took a 12-point, 11-rebound and 10-assist triple-double against the Lightning.
Amos will be joined by teammates Rebecca Mercer and Nikita Martin in the North All-Star team for the women�s SBL All-Star Game against the league�s best southern-based players at Bendat Basketball Centre on the WA Day public holiday.
The representative side has Joondalup coach Vlad Alava at the helm. Wolves mentor Ben Ettridge will coach the men�s All-Star side, which features Iliadis, Davis and Salinas.
The players have just a three-day break before facing Willetton the following Friday.