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 1. Halifax H. 28-12 
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Halifax Hurricanes outlast K-W Titans on Poole's buzzer beater - Feb 19, 2017


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Mike Poole
Mike Poole (6'6''-G/F-92, college: Iona) dropped 18 points including the buzzer-beating dagger as the Halifax Hurricanes notched a thrilling 102-100 victory Friday night at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium in National Basketball League of Canada regular season action. Tyrone Watson (6'5''-F-90, college: N.Mexico St.) and Billy White (6'8''-F-89, college: San Diego St.) added 14 apiece for the Hurricanes (15-3) while Paul Cooper (6'8''-F, college: Arkansas Tech) paced the K-W Titans (7-11) with 23 points and 10 rebounds. Jason Calliste (6'2''-G-90, college: Oregon) helped the home team with 17 points on five-for-10 shooting from the floor in the see-saw affair. With one second remaining on a baseline out-of-bounds play, Poole received the inbound pass and spun to his left for a highly contested turnaround jumper giving the Hurricanes the final edge. It was, however, a collective fourth quarter effort in a feisty affair that saw multiple scuffles, 61 total foul calls and 71 free throws attempted in the first-ever meeting between the two franchises as the Titans are in their inaugural year in the league. The Hurricanes - ranked as the league's top defensive squad by allowing just 98.65 points per game - struggled to stop the Titans' penetration early on. The home team led by as many as 11 points in the opening frame and by halftime had already marched to the free line 26 times in comparison to the Hurricanes' 13. With the win, the Hurricanes now hold a .500 record in the month of February at 3-3. The club continues its Ontario tour against the Orangeville A's (7-8) on Sunday followed by an NBLC showdown against the Central-leading London Lightning (13-3) on Monday.
Courtesy of: thechronicleherald.ca   




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Lightning trade key member of championship team - 8 hours ago
The London Lightning traded Doug Herring Jr. (6'3''-G-87, college: Utica) Jr., a key to their two consecutive National Basketball League of Canada championship. Herring Jr.'s rights were traded to the Moncton Magic Wednesday in return for six-foot-eight forward Marvell Waithe (6'9''-F-87, college: Arkansas). Waithe split last season between the Magic and Niagara River Lions. He was traded at the deadline to the Magic and didn't get the kind of playing time he did in Niagara. While in Niag...   [read more]

Bruce Massey
NBL Canada Announces Protected List for the 2018-19 Season - 1 day ago
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River Lions part ways with NBL, join new league - 10 days ago
The Niagara River Lions have withdrawn from the National Basketball League of Canada in favour of a new circuit founded by the club's CEO, the newly formed Canadian Elite Basketball League. River Lions CEO Richard Petko is the founder of the new league, which will begin its season in May of 2019. 'There were a number of variables that went into this decision, and it wasn't taken without thorough examination and thought, said River Lions public relations manager Michelle Biskup   [read more]


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