Perth coach Trevor Gleeson is confident his NBL-leading Wildcats have nothing to fear from an investigation into the post-match altercation following Friday's top of the table clash with Adelaide.
The NBL announced on Saturday they would conduct a full investigation into the brawl, which occurred after Perth (17-6) notched an 85-61 home win.
Adelaide (14-8) went on to score a 99-82 away win over Melbourne (12-10) on Sunday to increase the gap between the second and third placed clubs.
At Perth Arena on Friday, players shook hands on fulltime before words were exchanged and they began pushing and shoving, with coaching staff from both sides involved.
It's believed the Wildcats' Greg Hire's decision to shoot a three-pointer on the buzzer, considered bad etiquette in basketball when a team leads by such a comfortable margin, is what caused the 36ers to take offence and sparked the war of words soon after.
Senior NBL management will on Monday review extra television angles of the incident.
A decision will then be made as to whether to lay any charges, which will then be referred to the judiciary.
"The NBL doesn't condone these types of actions on court, it's a bad look for our brand," an NBL spokesperson told AAP on Sunday.
"Heading into the showcase of finals, we'll be looking to stamp out this type of behaviour."
Gleeson said there had been a lot of talking after the game.
"But you do your talking on the court not after the game when the contest is over," Gleeson told AAP.
"We'll leave that to the league to handle that, but we certainly were not the instigators of it.
"It kind of cooled down and then it blew up again, so hopefully the next time cooler heads will prevail.
"I'm pretty confident we don't have anything to worry about.
"I was there in the mix of it and saw what happened, so I'm pretty confident we'll be fine."
Imports James Ennis and Jermaine Beal scored 27 and 20 respectively for Perth against Adelaide, with Gleeson delighted by the Wildcats' renewed commitment to defence.
He confirmed star big man Matthew Knight would return against Melbourne next Friday after missing several games with concussion issues.
Guard Gary Irvin scored 25 and centre Daniel Johnson 24 for Adelaide in their win over the Tigers.
Fourth-placed Sydney (10-10) were spanked 102-84 at home by a resurgent Wollongong (9-13), who have won three straight.
"We've still got a long way to go before we can class ourself as a really good team," Kings coach Shane Heal said.
Wollongong's American guard Rotnei Clarke scored an NBL season-high 39 against the Kings, the night after tallying 26 in a 90-75 home win over Townsville (7-14).
"We could have written ourselves off, when we were 6-13 and we didn't do that," Clarke said.
New Zealand (9-12) also closed in on Sydney with a 96-78 home victory over Cairns (9-14), with Gary Wilkinson scoring 22 and Tom Abercrombie 21 for the winners.