The Filipino import had 23 points, seven rebounds, and two assists to pull the visitors to an 8-6 card and a split of the two-game road trip.
Parks helped with an early 13-0 spurt to set the tone for the 26-point rout as Nagoya shot a sizzling 14-of-27 clip from deep.
Scott Eatherton poured in a double-double of 21 points and 14 rebounds for the Diamond Dolphins, while national team mainstay Tenketsu Harimoto fired 15 points and four boards in the victory.
Ray Parks and the Diamond Dolphins improve their record 8-6.
It was a sweet redemption for Nagoya, which tasted a 91-79 loss to Mikawa a day prior.
This time, the Diamond Dolphins were in full control, not only hitting their outside shots but also controlling the boards, 46 to 32.
That was a big reason for Nagoya taking the 43-28 halftime lead and was never threatened, extending the spread to its biggest at 26.
The Diamond Dolphins will now recalibrate before playing again on Dec. 4 against Shimane Susanoo Magic at Dolphin's Arena.
Jarred Uthoff was tthe only one who got his game going for Mikawa with 24 points, eight rebounds, two assists, and two steals.
Yudai Nishida chimed in 13 points, four assists, and three boards, as Ryogo Sumino got 11 points and three assists.
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