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NBL Standings
Atlantic Division
 1. Halifax R. 20-12 
 2. The Island S. 19-13 
 3. St.John M.R. 17-15 
 4. Moncton M. 8-24 
Central Division
 1. Windsor Exp. 21-11 
 2. Brampton A's 18-14 
 3. London L. 18-14 
 4. Mississauga P. 7-25 
Points Per Game
 Travis RELEFORD
  Maccabi .
  (198-SG-90)
  Avg: 21.5
 1. Releford, Maccabi21.5 
 2. Brown, Windsor20.6 
 3. Jones, Nogales20.2 
 4. Anderson, St.John19.7 
 5. Phillips, Charlevi.19.5 
 6. Robinson, The I.19.1 
 7. Strong, Mississa.18.5 
 8. Young, Halifax R.17.6 
 9. Bennett, Windsor17.0 
 10. Okorie, The I.16.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Marvin PHILLIPS
  Charleville
  (201-PF-83)
  Avg: 10.2
 1. Phillips, Charlevi.10.2 
 2. Young, Halifax R.8.9 
 3. Little, Hermosillo7.9 
 4. Capers, Mississa.7.9 
 5. Crookshank, St.Joh.7.6 
 6. Lathan, Tijuana7.4 
 7. McMorrow, Halif.7.3 
 8. Robinson, The I.7.2 
 9. Mills, London L.7.2 
 10. Rockett, Mississa.7.2 
Assists Per Game
 Sammy ZEGLINSKI
  The I.
  (182-PG-88)
  Avg: 7.1
 1. Zeglinski, The I.7.1 
 2. Singleton, St.John6.6 
 3. Bennett, Windsor6.4 
 4. Anderson, St.John5.9 
 5. Clinkscales, Halif.5.9 
 6. Brooks, Moncton M.4.7 
 7. Scott, Brampton.4.5 
 8. Vanzant, Monct.4.5 
 9. Johnson, St.John4.5 
 10. Harris, Brampton.4.4 
Steals Per Game
 Kevin YOUNG
  Halifax R.
  (203-F-90)
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Young, Halifax R.2.1 
 2. Robinson, The I.2.0 
 3. Cothran, St.John1.8 
 4. Hart, London L.1.7 
 5. Bennett, Windsor1.7 
 6. Scott, Brampton.1.6 
 7. Anderson, Windsor1.5 
 8. Anderson, St.John1.5 
 9. Rockett, Mississa.1.4 
 10. Zeglinski, The I.1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Cavell JOHNSON
  Brampton.
  (205-F-85)
  Avg: 1.6
 1. Johnson, Brampton.1.6 
 2. Capers, Mississa.1.6 
 3. Spikes, Halifax R.1.5 
 4. Young, Halifax R.1.5 
 5. Jones, Halifax R.1.3 
 6. Sidney, The I.1.2 
 7. Bolden, London L.1.2 
 8. Thomas, Mississa.1.1 
 9. Conrad, Perry L.1.1 
 10. Okolie, Montorkh1.1 
Season 2014-2015
List of Players
List of Imports
Stats

Windsor Express wins the NBLCanada title (Photo: NBL)

Windsor Express 2014-15
Bill Jones Bill Jones Jones
Quinnel Brown
Brown
Tony Bennett
Bennett
Kirk Williams
Williams
Gary Gibson
Gibson
Chris Commons
Commons
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
15  Brown Quinnel 198 (6'6'') PF 83 USA
12  Bennett Tony 185 (6'1'') G 84 USA
32  Williams Kirk 200 (6'7'') F USA
14  Gibson Gary 188 (6'2'') PG 86 USA Canada
24  Commons Chris 206 (6'9'') F 84 USA
44  Anderson Ryan 193 (6'4'') G 87 USA
2  Thomas DeAndre 203 (6'8'') C 86 USA
4  Ellis Jamarcus 196 (6'5'') G/F 85 USA
40  Parham Tim 206 (6'9'') F/C 83 USA
22  McQueen Jahmar 200 (6'7'') F/G 89 Canada
5  Collins Josh 185 (6'1'') G 90 Canada
10  Loiselle Kevin 198 (6'6'') F Canada
Head Coach: Bill Jones
Coach Assistant: Scott Newman
Coach Assistant: Gerry Brumpton
Coach Assistant: Lexa Page
Coach Assistant: Aaron McDonald

USBasket.com All-NBL Canada Awards 2015 - May 11, 2015

USBasket.com All-NBL Canada 1st Team 2015
Quinnel Brown
Brown
Kevin Young
Young
Marvin Phillips
Phillips
Brandon Robinson
Robinson
Anthony Anderson
Anderson

Finals MVP: Kirk Williams (6'7''-F) of Windsor Exp.
Player of the Year: Quinnel Brown (6'6''-PF-83) of Windsor Exp.
Guard of the Year: Anthony Anderson (5'11''-PG-81) of St.John M.R.
Forward of the Year: Kevin Young (6'8''-F-90) of Halifax R.
Center of the Year: Marvin Phillips (201-F/C-83) of Charleville
Rookie of the Year: Rashad Whack (6'3''-G-91) of The Island S.
Defensive Player of the Year: Kevin Young (6'8''-F-90) of Halifax R.
Domestic Player of the Year: Tyrone Watson (6'5''-F-90) of Halifax R.
Sixth Man of the Year: Omar Strong (5'9''-PG) of Mississauga P.
Newcomer of the Year: Tyshwan Edmondson (6'4''-G-89) of Brampton A's
Coach of the Year: Josep Claros of Halifax R.

1st Team
PF: Quinnel Brown (6'6''-PF-83) of Windsor Exp.
F: Kevin Young (6'8''-F-90) of Halifax R.
F/C: Marvin Phillips (201-F/C-83) of Charleville
F: Brandon Robinson (6'6''-F-89) of The Island S.
PG: Anthony Anderson (5'11''-PG-81) of St.John M.R.

2nd Team
G: Tyshwan Edmondson (6'4''-G-89) of Brampton A's
F: Tyrone Watson (6'5''-F-90) of Halifax R.
PG: Omar Strong (5'9''-PG) of Mississauga P.
PF: Kenny Jones (198-PF-84) of Nogales
C: DeAndre Thomas (6'8''-C-86) of Windsor Exp.

3rd Team
PG: Nick Okorie (6'1''-PG-88) of The Island S.
G: Tony Bennett (6'1''-G-84) of Windsor Exp.
F: Chris Commons (6'9''-F-84) of Windsor Exp.
F: Cavell Johnson (6'9''-F-85) of Brampton A's
G: Trayvon Lathan (201-G-84) of Tijuana

All-Defensive Team
F: Emmanuel Little (196-F-85) of Hermosillo
F: Cavell Johnson (6'9''-F-85) of Brampton A's
G: Marcus Capers (6'4''-G-89) of Mississauga P.
F: Kevin Young (6'8''-F-90) of Halifax R.
F/C: Marvin Phillips (201-F/C-83) of Charleville

All-Rookie Team
G: Rashad Whack (6'3''-G-91) of The Island S.
G: Seiya Ando (6'1''-G-92) of Halifax R.
G: Jordan Weidner (6'2''-G) of Mississauga P.
PG: Pj Foster (6'0''-PG-91) of Halifax R.
G: Jabs Newby (6'2''-G-91) of Mississauga P.

All-Domestic Players Team
F: Tyrone Watson (6'5''-F-90) of Halifax R.
PG: Joey Haywood (6'1''-PG-84) of Halifax R.
PG: Gary Gibson (6'2''-PG-86) of Windsor Exp.
PG: Alex Johnson (5'10''-PG-88) of St.John M.R.
G: Ashton Smith (6'2''-G-89) of Brampton A's


Rainmen-Express brawl; league awards championship to Windsor - May 1, 2015

The NBL Canada's season has come to a tumultuous and embarrassing end. After the Halifax Rainmen and the Windsor Express brawled during a practice early Thursday, the Rainmen departed Windsor prior to Thursday night's scheduled Game 7 of their championship series. Majority owner Andre Levingston initially said his team had forfeited and the series was over, but later said the game was simply cancelled. However, by the end of the night, the league made the forfeit official. 'As a result of a forfeit, the Windsor Express have been declared 2015 NBL Canada champs!,' the league offered on social media. 'Congratulations to the Windsor Express organization on a great season!' The decision gives the Express back-to-back championships. 'This is the worst day of my life, bro,' Levingston said. 'The game's not happening. We left Windsor for safety reasons.' Windsor, the defending league champion, had forced a deciding game with a comeback win on Tuesday night in Windsor. Halifax led 3-2 when it left home. Levingston said the Rainmen were offered a 1 p.m. shootaround slot the team found unacceptable. Normally, the Rainmen practise earlier to allow the players proper rest. Halifax showed up at 9:30 a.m., more than an hour prior to Windsor's scheduled practice. While the Rainmen were stretching, Windsor head coach Bill Jones demanded the Rainmen leave. Levingston said the arena lights were switched off. The Rainmen continued to stretch. When one of the Rainmen made a move for a basketball, Windsor declined to share and the scrap ensued. 'When that altercation started, all the teams were fighting,' Levingston said. 'It was bad, man. It was sad. It was sad what took place today. Windsor assistant coach Gerry Brumpton offered his view of events to the CBC. 'We were here in the dark, I opened up the curtain and I looked in and there they were. They were still here working out. So they had been here for a while. So then Bill Jones tried to get a ball from the big guy, and he wouldn't give it to him, so what ended up was an altercation.' Windsor guard Tony Bennett (6'1''-G-84, agency: Worldwide Career Management, college: Bradley), formerly with the Rainmen, was with Jones when the altercation happened. 'There were some things said back and forth,' he told the CBC. 'It's an unfortunate situation, you have to be a professional and that's just the end of it. 'I was told (Halifax) players refused to come and play. They didn't like the situation and what was said about some of their players. It's a black eye, not just for the league, but for basketball. This is not supposed to happen in professional basketball.' Levingston said there had been trouble brewing for a while. 'Naturally, you are going to have a physical championship series, which we all accept. But it's been several games where guys have actually tried to hurt our players.' He said the Rainmen have two players with concussions and another with rib injuries, and there were no repercussions from the league. He said the Rainmen feared there might be further trouble at the game. Levingston said the team was threatened. 'It was a situation. If we felt our team was safe, we could have played,' he said. 'Being that there's uttered threats of people coming in to make sure we don't leave the city safe, that's another level.' Levingston said the NBL expressed its displeasure. 'They are not happy because there is a lot on the line,' he said. 'This is truly detrimental to our league, but the safety of the players has to be first. We didn't feel there was a situation where we could get the two teams back on the floor, where there wasn't going to be an issue because it was that bad.' He said Halifax's fans and supporters don't deserve what transpired Thursday. 'This is a black eye,' he said. 'There's going to be consequences to this. I already know that. It could be a situation where the league tells me you don't deserve to be the in league. If that's the case, I'll stand by that. 'I'm a co-founder of this league, and what happened today, I'm speechless. It hurts.' Game time was moved back to 8:30 p.m. AT from the original start time of 8 p.m, but shortly after 7:15 p.m, the Express were informed that the Rainmen had left Windsor.
Courtesy of: thechronicleherald.ca



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