View: Mobile | Desktop
 
FOLLOW US:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  RSS
Men Women
 USA basketball USA Basketball
Men Professional
Men College
Ex Pro-Leagues
 Canadian basketball Canadian Hoops
Americas Events
World Events
Upcoming Events
Jun 23: WCU17: World Champ.s U17 starts
Jul 4: OL: Olympic Games - Qualifications starts
Authors:
Join Us!!! We are looking for someone to help us cover NBLCanada men basketball. Please send us an e-mail.

NBLCanada Basketball (Men)

NBLCanada Minor Lgs
NBL Canada Standings
Atlantic Division
 1. Halifax H. 29-10 
 2. St.John M.R. 24-14 
 3. Moncton M. 14-25 
 4. Island S. 14-25 
Central Division
 1. London L. 26-14 
 2. Windsor Exp. 20-19 
 3. Niagara RL 16-24 
 4. Brampton As 14-26 
Full Standings
Points Per Game
 Brandon ROBINSON
  Windsor .
  (198-F-89)
  Avg: 21.2
 1. Robinson, Windsor21.2 
 2. Stutz, Niagara RL21.1 
 3. Scott, London L.19.9 
 4. Justice, Monct.19.4 
 5. Freeman, St.John19.4 
 6. Monteiro, Niaga.19.3 
 7. Moss, Brampton A's19.3 
 8. Commons, Windsor18.4 
 9. Anderson, St.John18.2 
 10. Johnson, Halifax17.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Stephen MAXWELL
  London L.
  (201-F-93)
  Avg: 10.7
 1. Maxwell, London L.10.7 
 2. Stutz, Niagara RL9.0 
 3. Moss, Brampton A's8.7 
 4. Freeman, St.John8.1 
 5. Monteiro, Niaga.7.5 
 6. Stover, St.John7.3 
 7. Addison, Island S.7.1 
 8. Glover, Halifax H.7.0 
 9. Posthumus, Island6.9 
 10. Cook, Niagara RL6.8 
Assists Per Game
 Daquan BROOKS
  Brampton.
  (177-PG-)
  Avg: 8.8
 1. Brooks, Brampton.8.8 
 2. Zeglinski, Niaga.8.1 
 3. Clinkscales, Halif.8.0 
 4. Jackson, Brampton.7.6 
 5. Scott, London L.7.0 
 6. Bennett, Windsor6.8 
 7. Moss, Windsor Exp.6.1 
 8. Anderson, St.John5.4 
 9. Herring Jr., St.Jo.5.3 
 10. Monteiro, Niaga.5.0 
Steals Per Game
 Travis RELEFORD
  Niaga.
  (198-SG-90)
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Releford, Niaga.2.3 
 2. Moss, Windsor Exp.2.0 
 3. Robinson, Windsor2.0 
 4. Bennett, Windsor2.0 
 5. Scott, London L.1.9 
 6. Justice, Monct.1.7 
 7. Blazek, Niagara RL1.7 
 8. Stewart, Island S.1.6 
 9. Benn, Brampton A's1.5 
 10. Gibson, Halifax H.1.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Anthony STOVER
  St.John .
  (208-C-90)
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Stover, St.John3.6 
 2. Muldrow, Niaga.3.3 
 3. Bolden, Windsor1.5 
 4. Commons, Windsor1.3 
 5. Allison, Niagara RL1.3 
 6. Copes, Brampton.1.0 
 7. Capers, London L.1.0 
 8. Evans, London L.1.0 
 9. Posthumus, Island0.8 
 10. Granado, Monct.0.8 
Poll

Articles
Interviews
Play-Off bracket1

Latest victories for Express and Rainmen - Dec 10, 2012


POSTED BY:
EUROBASKET NEWS
  follow us on Facebook Twitter


Hillary
Haley
Halifax R. - St.John M.R. 103-96
A LITTLE CONFIDENCE can go a long way. Taking advantage of a recent increase in playing time, Tyler Richards (6'2''-G-86) scored 11 points and had a pair of big hoops in the fourth quarter as the Halifax Rainmen downed the Saint John Mill Rats 103-96 on Saturday night at the Metro Centre. In front of 2,086 fans, the Halifax native nailed three of five attempts from beyond the three-point arc in 21 minutes of action. He played 20 minutes and netted eight points in Friday's win over Oshawa. 'He gave me confidence as soon as he came,' Richards said of head coach Rob Spon, who took over on the bench on Nov. 21. 'He told me that he feels that I belong in this league, he's confident in me and that I just have to believe in myself.' Richards, a former star at St. Francis Xavier University, returned to organized basketball this fall after an absence of more than three years. He'd played only 17 minutes in parts of four games over the first five weeks of the season. But with starter Brandon Robinson struggling for the second night in a row, Spon called on the 26-year-old guard to provide some long-range offence. When Saint John went on a 16-6 run to start the fourth and deployed a zone defence that was giving Halifax fits, the coach summoned Richards to help quell the rally. He responded by burying a triple and a deuce on consecutive possessions as the Rainmen restored an 11-point lead. 'I'm real happy that I'm getting the chance to get out here - it's been a long time,' Richards said. 'It's a big confidence booster, for him to have enough confidence in me to put me out there in a situation like that.' Joey Haywood made six of eight shots from the floor to top the Rainmen with 18 points. Improving to 7-5, Halifax moved to within a half-game of the first-place Moncton Miracles (8-5) in the Atlantic Division of the National Basketball League of Canada. Melvin Goins (5'11''-G-87, college: Tennessee), who joined the team on Nov. 26 when Darren Duncan (5'11''-PG-88, college: Merrimack) was dealt to Windsor, netted 16 points and Hillary Haley (6'6''-G-88, college: Md-E Shore) added 15. Antoine Tisby (6'8''-F/C-83, college: S.Carolina), Josiah Turner and Quinnel Brown all posted double-doubles, with Tisby scoring 14 points to go along with 10 rebounds. Turner had 13 points and 10 boards and Brown 12 points and a game-high 14 rebounds. Jerice Crouch (6'0''-G-84, college: Chattanooga) dropped 27 and Anthony Anderson (5'11''-G-81, college: Massachusetts) 25 for the Mill Rats (4-7), whose last lead was at 10-9 about halfway through the first quarter. Saint John entered the game leading the league in three-pointers per contest while the Rainmen sported the NBL's worst defence against the trey. But they limited the Mill Rats to four triples over the first 3 quarters, containing the visitors until they drained three in the late going in a desperate bid to cut into a comfortable Halifax cushion. 'We knew that they have great guards so we wanted to try to run them off the line, make them put it on the bounce, just try to make it tough for them,' Goins said. The point guard said the Rainmen's defensive play was strong until the fourth, when they were outscored 39-28. 'I felt like our effort could have been better,' he said. 'We had a good defensive stretch throughout the game but they had a good run in the fourth quarter. Good ball teams, you can't allow those runs and we just gotta buckle down and play 48 minutes of solid defence. Halifax led 24-16 after the first quarter, 46-36 at the half and 75-57 at the end of the third period. Courtesy of: thechronicleherald.ca

Moncton M. - Windsor Exp. 96-104
The little things got it done for Windsor as they surprised the first place Moncton Miracles 104-96. Windsor earned a win and a loss in their short trip to the east coast, boosting their record to 4-7 on the NBL season. Moncton falls to 8-6. Windsor turned the ball over only 10 times and did not allow a second-chance point to the Miracles the entire contest. Two nights after being outscored 52-28 by Summerside's bench, the Express benefited from 43 bench points, compared to Moncton's 34. On the score sheet, Mike Helms (6'1''-PG-82, college: Oakland) had a season high 29 points in the win, the sixth time this season he's eclipsed the 20 point mark. The Express were without Greg Surmacz, but got a boost off the bench from Stefan Bonneau (5'10''-PG, college: C.W. Post)'s team high 8 rebounds, while Kevin Loiselle chipped in with seven boards. Darren Duncan dropped 20 for the victorious Express, extending his 20+ point streak to four games. He also dished out eight assists. Windsor gets another shot at the Miracles on Friday, December 14th, when they return to the WFCU Centre for their first home game in 25 days. The Express also host the Montreal Jazz on Saturday, December 15th, which features "Girls Night Out" and dance camp. Both games tip off at 7:00pm. Courtesy of: oursportscentral.com
  



USBasket.com All-NBL Canada Awards 2016 - 5 days ago


Finals MVP: Justin Johnson (6'2''-G-88) of Halifax H.;
Player of the Year: Logan Stutz (6'9''-F-88) of Niagara RL;
Guard of the Year: Justin Johnson (6'2''-G-88) of Halifax H.;
Forward of the Year: Stephen Maxwell (6'7''-F-93) of London L.;
Center of the Year: Nick Evans (6'11''-C-88) of London L.;
Rookie of the Year: Stephen Maxwell (6'7''-F-93) of London L.;
Defensive Player of the Year: Anthony Stover (6'10''-C-90) of St.John M.R.;
Domestic Player of the Year:   
[read more]

Justin
Johnson
Hurricanes Win NBL Canada Championship - 10 days ago

Halifax Hurricanes Basketball Club were in action Monday June 13th at the Scotiabank Centre for Game 7 of NBL Canada Finals against the London Lightning. The Hurricanes defeated the Lightning 125-117 in a hard fought battle. Lightning outscored the Hurricanes after the first quarter 23-24, and in the second quarter the Hurricanes outscored the Lightning 32-20 - at Halftime the Hurricanes led 55-44. In the third quarter the Lightning outscored the Hurricanes 27-43, and in the final quarter...   [read more]

Stephen
Maxwell
Lightning Force Game 7 After Buzzer Beater Win in Halifax - 11 days ago

Sunday afternoon at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax, the London Lightning beat the Halifax Hurricanes 93-91 to force a Game 7 in the NBLC Finals. Akeem Scott (6'1''-G-83, college: High Point) finished with a team high 24 points and nine assists. Stephen Maxwell (6'7''-F-93, college: CS Northridge) added 21 points and nine rebounds while Ryan Anderson (6'4''-G-87, college: Nebraska) contributed 14 points of his own. The game came down to the wire as London had the final possession, and co...   [read more]


1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6

Site Map:
Usbasket.com Member Services: Other Basketball Sites:
Copyright (c) 1998-2016 Eurobasket Inc. Disclaimer

WARNING:
Do not copy, redistribute, publish or otherwise exploit information that you download from the site !
Do not encumber, license, modify, publish, sell, transfer or transmit, or in any way exploit, any of the content of the site, nor will you attempt to do so.