Coach Andy Justice praised his Feltham Warriors U14s side for their team ethic following Friday night's 36-12 win at Woking Blackhawks.
The win meant Feltham stayed top of their league with three games to go.
James Woodburn-Hall, of Feltham Community, and Zabi Osmani, of Lampton School, asserted their dominance from the start and showed why they have been called into action for the U15s and U16s too.
The second-quarter saw the introduction of another Feltham Community College star, Prabesh Katawal, who dominated the rebounds at both ends and helped Warriors build up a 12-point lead at half-time.
Lampton School pair Nenad Djurjevic and Jay Ramgi emerged in the third-quarter, with Djurjevic showing his range with some fine long-distance shooting and Ramgi leading the charge from point guard.
Two more from Feltham Community College, Leon Shafiue and Michael Fayombo, showed a lot of potential too as Warriors edged further ahead.
And with the win secure by the fourth-quarter, two more young Warriors, Callum Matthews and Max Kearney, took centre-stage with some good distribution.
Justice said: "They gave an exhibition of what team basketball is all about, sharing the ball and making the extra pass to get a better shot for one of their team-mates.
"Their style of play being the envy of many coaches. The ball distribution and encouragement towards one and other is a breath of fresh air.
"A key reason for their success is their willingness to share the ball and play team basketball - the way way the game should be played."
It is a lesson the U15s could take on board after they went down 64-58 to unbeaten Newham Youngbloods.
Coach Davit Cherkezishvil pitched in new recruit Hakim Nsubuga to counter Newham's physical presence.
And with Nsubuga and Dalvin Nyack matching Newham pound-for-pound at the rebound, Rebaz Baban showcasing his silky skills and Joel Joseph bagging the baskets, Warriors looked set to pull off an upset.
Leading at the end of the first-quarter, Warriors had been pulled level by half-time, despite some fine finishing by James Richardson.
Newham took the lead in the third quarter, despite some excellent play by James Wallace and Alex Cadore, and with minutes to go, they trailed by 12 points.
Nsubuga and Baban kept Feltham in with a shout, but they came up just short.
Cherkezishvil said: "If we are to be more successful, we need to dribble less and pass more."