As Chandler Parsons and Aaron Brooks made their way to the bench for one of the many timeouts the Nets called in an attempt to slow the Rockets’ offensive onslaught, Parsons turned to Brooks and shared his amazement with how everything he tossed up was going in.

“He came to me and said, ‘I’m on fire,’ ” Brooks said. “I’m like, ‘Everybody is.’ I didn’t know he didn’t miss.”

While Brooks’ franchise record for made 3-pointers without a miss remained intact, Parsons took seven shots and made them all, with six from beyond the arc – one shy of Brooks’ record.

But as the Rockets cruised to a 114-95 rout of Brooklyn on Friday, leading by as many as 32 points in their fifth consecutive home game in which they never trailed, Brooks’ point was nearly as on target as Parsons had been.

The latest blowout might have been the fastest and the easiest, but it was not the Rockets’ most lopsided of the week. They made 52.6 percent of their shots, but that was no better than fourth best in the past six games. They sank 19 3-pointers, a season-high and, until last season, more than they had collected in a game. But that was four shy of the record they tied last season and matched two other games.

As short-handed as the Nets were – Kevin Garnett sat out, and Deron Williams, Jason Terry and Andrei Kirilenko were sidelined with injuries – the Rockets’ latest start-to-finish roll was just part of their recent new normal.

“Well, you know we are doing a great job of playing together, sharing the ball, finding the open man, and taking good shots,” said center Dwight Howard, who had 12 points and seven rebounds. “We hadn’t taken any bad shots the last couple of games. We have to keep that up.”