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NBL Standings
Atlantic Division
 1. Halifax H. 27-10 
 2. St.John R. 22-18 
 3. Island S. 15-21 
 4. Cape Breton H. 14-23 
 5. Moncton M. 13-24 
Central Division
 1. London L. 33-5 
 2. Windsor Exp. 19-18 
 3. KW Titans 18-21 
 4. Orangeville A's 14-23 
 5. Niagara RL 13-25 
Full Standings
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Anthony ANDERSON
  St.Jo.
  (180-PG-81)
  Avg: 23.6
 1. Anderson, St.Jo.23.6 
 2. Freeman, St.Jo.23.2 
 3. Carson, Island S.20.6 
 4. White, London L.19.2 
 5. Johnson-III, Moncton.19.2 
 6. Moss, Orangevi.18.8 
 7. Tarrant, KW Titans18.7 
 8. Thomas, Island S.18.5 
 9. Whitfield, KW Ti.18.4 
 10. Hollis-J., Orangevi.17.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 Juan PATTILLO
  Windsor .
  (201-F-88)
  Avg: 10.4
 1. Pattillo, Windsor .10.4 
 2. White, London L.9.7 
 3. Freeman, St.Jo.9.7 
 4. Mitchell, Moncton M.9.3 
 5. Whitfield, KW Ti.8.8 
 6. Rush, Cape B.8.4 
 7. Nastic, Orangevi.7.9 
 8. White, Halifax H.7.9 
 9. Lufile, Cape B.7.6 
 10. Moss, Orangevi.7.6 
Assists Per Game
 Maurice JONES
  Windsor .
  (170-PG-91)
  Avg: 7.8
 1. Jones, Windsor .7.8 
 2. Clinkscales, Halif.7.4 
 3. Lucious, Monct.7.2 
 4. Thorns, Cape B.7.1 
 5. Duncan, Windsor .7.0 
 6. Herring-Jr, London L.6.8 
 7. Zeglinski, Niaga.6.8 
 8. Johnson, Orangevi.6.6 
 9. Carson, Island S.6.3 
 10. Harris, Orangevi.6.3 
Steals Per Game
 Maurice JONES
  Windsor .
  (170-PG-91)
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Jones, Windsor .2.1 
 2. Thomas, Island S.2.1 
 3. Hollis-J., Orangevi.2.1 
 4. Wormely, St.Jo.2.0 
 5. Anderson, London L.1.9 
 6. Zeglinski, Niaga.1.8 
 7. Lewis, Niagara RL1.8 
 8. Herring-Jr, London L.1.7 
 9. Carson, Island S.1.7 
 10. Moss, Orangevi.1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Sam MULDROW
  Niaga.
  (206-PF-88)
  Avg: 3
 1. Muldrow, Niaga.3.0 
 2. Stover, St.John R.2.5 
 3. Walker, Cape B.1.7 
 4. Evans, Windsor .1.6 
 5. Jarreau, Windsor .1.6 
 6. Witter, Cape B.1.5 
 7. Harris, KW Titans1.5 
 8. Johnson, KW Titans1.4 
 9. Mitchell, Moncton M.1.4 
 10. Stewart, Island S.1.3 
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Round 43 (Regular Season)

Niagara RL Apr.26 Halifax H. 71%
Windsor Exp 59% Apr.26 Island S.
Moncton M. Apr.26 Cape Breton 58%
London L. 86% Apr.25 Island S.
Titans sputter through first half en route to defeat - Jan 30, 2017


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The Kitchener-Waterloo Titans have figured out the pattern to all seven of their losses so far this season. The solution has been far more mysterious for the expansion National Basketball League of Canada team. The Titans could not get their inside game established and so they got off to their usual horrific start, surrendering a 20-point lead in the second quarter before clawing back late en route to a 107-101 loss to the Orangeville A's on Sunday. Same old, same old for the Titans, said head coach Serge Langis whose club falls to 4-7 (won-lost) on the season. Langis, who previously coached league rivals in Moncton, N.B., knows for the Titans to have any success in the NBLC, they need to get their big men going consistently. "The teams that win championships in this league have a power forward and a centre that demand a presence inside," Langis said. " (The Titans coaches) have done so many things to correct it. At the end of the day, with everything we've done, maybe we have the wrong personnel in here." Rather than watch his big men struggle on Sunday at the A's home at the basketball prep school on Orangeville's outskirts, the Athlete Institute, Langis opted to go with his smaller, quicker players in the second half. The little guys closed the gap on Orangeville, outscoring the A's 60-43 in the second half. But the damage was done. "I'm not here to win games every now and then. I'm trying to win championships," said an obviously-frustrated Langis. "We need that inside presence. We need to play big ball." Orangeville got 15 points from Rico DiLoreto, while Justin Moss (6'7''-F-93, college: Buffalo) scored 14. Nick Wiggins connected for 12, and playing his first game for the A's, newly-signed point guard Alex Johnson (5'10''-PG-88, college: N.Carolina St.) dropped 12 points while he notched an impressive 11 assists. In his first game back following a four-game hiatus due to a hamstring injury, Titans guard Ricky Tarrant (6'2''-G-93, college: Memphis) scored a game-high 25 points. A.J. Davis added 13 for the visitors, while fellow Titan Adam Blazek (6'1''-PG-92, college: Gannon) chipped in with 10. "We have to get off to better starts and bring more energy into the game. If we do that and put together four quarters, I think we can be a really good team," said Tarrant, 23, a University of Memphis grad. "We have to find a way." Orangeville out-rebounded the visitors 21-12 in the first half. Kitchener native and Orangeville assistant coach Clint Cybulski said Sunday's victory, the A's fourth in 10 games, is something to build on. "Kitchener has a good team," Cybulski said. "They push the ball really well. They move the ball well. And they are aggressive on defence. "The big thing is that our guys stuck together. It was a lot about team basketball. We had a lot of energy on our bench." In other league games Sunday, Halifax turned back the PEI Storm, 120-102, and London downed the Niagara River Lions, 117-89. The Titans are back in action on Tuesday when they entertain Niagara. It's a 7 p.m. tipoff at the Kitchener Aud. Langis said the Titans had better solve their problem quickly - or personnel changes could be in the works. "I understand we are a new franchise and 98 per cent of our guys have never played in this league before," said the coach. "There is going to be a learning curve. But it can't be the same issues every single game despite the modifications we make. "That's where the line is."
Courtesy of: therecord.com   




Richard
Amardi
A's fall on the road to Niagara River Lions, 121-106 - 1 day ago
After losing a close one to the Kitchener-Waterloo Titans the night before, the Orangeville A's (15-22) headed to the Meridian Centre to take on the Niagara River Lions for a 2:00 PM Sunday afternoon game. Both teams started the game evenly matched offensively as an exchange of baskets ensued early. Anthony Harris continued his great play for the A's as he steadily hit shots and found his way to the basket for a 10-point opening quarter. Jameson Tipping (6'7''-G, college: W.Kentucky) was...   [read more]

Kirk
Williams
River Lions outlast Moncton - 2 days ago
The Niagara River Lions refuse to go down without a fight. With four games left in the regular season, the River Lions entered Friday night's game at Meridian Centre knowing they couldn't lose. And seven periods of basketball later - a franchise record - the Lions outlasted the Moncton Miracles 141-137 in triple overtime. The 141 points were also a franchise record. And it was only the second time in NBL Canada history a game went to a third overtime. 'I'm so proud of the guys,' said a sm...   [read more]

Tyshawn
Patterson
Tyshawn Patterson signs at Orangeville A's - 4 days ago
Orangeville A's (NBL Canada) landed 26-year old American point guard Tyshawn Patterson (185-79kg-91, college: N.Greenville) from Niagara River Lions. In 28 NBL Canada games in Canada he averaged 10.5ppg, 3.1rpg and 2.0apg this season. The last season Patterson played at London Lightning where in 45 NBL Canada games he had 12.7ppg, 2.5rpg and 2.1apg. He was selected to All-ConferenceCarolinas 2nd Team in 2013. Patterson has played also professionally in Colombia (Barrancabermeja Ciudad Fut...   [read more]


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