That's what it took late in first half for Arkansas to assume control of Thursday night's exhibition en route to a 109-74 drubbing of Memphis' Victory University.
Rotnei Clarke had 17 points, Glenn Bryant 15, Julysess Nobles 13 and Delvon Johnson and Michael Sanchez 11 each as the Razorbacks completed a two-game sweep of exhibition foes at Bud Walton Arena.
Sophomore forward Marshawn Powell, the team's second-leading returning scorer, did not play as he rested his foot for the season opener.
"We're holding him out to make sure he's ready for the home opener," Pelphrey said. "He's OK, he's just had a couple days off to rest. The goal is to have him for the opener." Johnson had 9 rebounds and Bryant 8 caroms for Arkansas, which opens the regular season next Thursday against Grambling State, had 21 steals while forcing 32 Victory turnovers.
That comes after causing LeMoyne Owen to cough up 33 in the Razorbacks' 101-60 win on Saturday.
The Razorbacks forced a plethora of those while turning a 31-20 deficit into a 45-31 advantage and never led by less than 11 points from that point on.
"We weren't happy with how we were playing at first so coming out of the timeout we talked about jumping on them," Bryant said. "We picked up the intensity on offense and defense. We tried to get quick outlets, play good defense and rebound the ball."
That was inside a 29-3 run to end the half that sent Arkansas to the locker room with a 47-34 lead.
"We changed things and gave them a different look and I think that really helped us," Pelphrey said. "I think there was like 7 or 8 minutes to go and they had like 30 points and ended the half with like 33 or 34.
"We ended the first half pretty good," Pelphrey added. "We didn't start the second half very well. I don't think we scored on the first five possessions of the second half. We need consistency out there."
Arkansas shot 49.4 percent from the field and had just 11 of its own turnovers after getting off to a shaky start handling the ball.
Clarke, playing his first game after coming on suspension, hit 6-of-14 from the field, 4 of 11 from 3-point range.
"It felt good," Clarke said. "I had fun being out there and I was excited and looking forward to being out there with teammates."
Pelphrey noted it was good to have one of the nation's best shooters back out on the court, but wants better ball movement to go along with that.
"I thought he gave great effort," Pelphrey said. "We had really good moments in practice of of moving the ball around and we really didn't quite get there tonight with that."
Marcus Brit added 9 points and 6 assists, junior Marvell Waithe 8 points, freshmen guards Rickey Scott and Mardracus Wade 6 each, Jeff Peterson also 6 and Jemal Farmer 5 in the win.
Peterson, the transfer from Iowa who sat out last season, saw his first action after sitting out the Red-White game and first exhibition contest while nursing a hamstring injury.
"He has had a long wait with him transferring and an injury in the beginning, but he is fine now and it was exiting to have him out there," Clarke said.
Back-to-back dunks by Bryant and Johnson surged the Razorbacks ahead 95-64.
The Razorbacks then topped the century mark when Britt turned a steal into a basket and a 101-70 lead.
Even the walk ons got into the act like when Kikko Haydar drilled a baseline jumper and Nick Mason went behind his back with a pass that led to a Byrant dunk.
The lead crested at 37 when Wade's tip-in pushed the home ahead 109-72.
The Razorbacks played the other 13 players on the roster with 12 of them scoring - 11 in the first half alone.
That rotation will be cut down as the team heads into the regular season.
"We'll probably get a lot out of this as coaches.," Pelphrey said. ""We're not going to be able to play everybody like we are. That should make things competitive in practice."