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NBL Standings
Atlantic Division
 1 Moncton M. 17-9 
 2 Halifax H. 16-11 
 3 Cape Breton H. 14-14 
 4 St.John R. 10-18 
 5 Island S. 5-19 
Central Division
 1 St.John's E. 16-10 
 2 London L. 16-16 
 3 Windsor Exp. 15-13 
 4 Sudbury F. 15-15 
 5 KW Titans 13-12 
Full Standings

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Braylon RAYSON
  Sudbury F.
  Avg: 24.5
 1. B.Rayson Sudbury F.24.5 
 2. B.Massey Cape B23.8 
 3. S.Carter Island S.22.6 
 4. J.Patillo Windsor20.6 
 5. J.Bland Sudbury F.19.5 
 6. C.Allmond Monct19.2 
 7. F.Bartley-IV St.John19.2 
 8. T.Maston St.Jo18.8 
 9. C.Jones Windsor18.5 
 10. T.Thomas Halif18.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Grandy GLAZE
  Sudbury F.
  Avg: 11.5
 1. G.Glaze Sudbury F.11.5 
 2. O.Oleka St10.6 
 3. D.Hall KW Titans9.7 
 4. J.Reynolds Cape B9.0 
 5. J.Patillo Windsor8.9 
 6. C.Dixon Sudbury F.8.7 
 7. T.Maston St.Jo8.6 
 8. B.White Moncton M.8.4 
 9. D.Taylor Monct8.3 
 10. K.Jones Cape B8.2 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 7.2
 1. C.Clinkscales Halifax7.2 
 2. D.Herring-Jr Monct6.5 
 3. H.Wormely Windsor6.5 
 4. M.Jones St6.5 
 5. B.Massey Cape B5.8 
 6. K.Canty Island S.5.7 
 7. A.Smith KW Titans5.5 
 8. B.Arrington St.Jo5.1 
 9. B.Rayson Sudbury F.5.1 
 10. G.Boucard Island S.4.6 
Steals Per Game
  Cape B
  Avg: 2.9
 1. B.Massey Cape B2.9 
 2. M.Jones St1.9 
 3. D.Herring-Jr Monct1.9 
 4. C.Jones Windsor1.8 
 5. K.Ware London L.1.8 
 6. J.Bland Sudbury F.1.7 
 7. W.McCullough Monct1.7 
 8. T.White Island S.1.6 
 9. T.Releford Sudbu1.6 
 10. R.Anderson Windsor1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Nicholas EVANS
  Moncton M.
  Avg: 1.9
 1. N.Evans Moncton M.1.9 
 2. T.Walker Windsor1.8 
 3. M.Bolden London L.1.7 
 4. Z.Marshall Monct1.4 
 5. D.Shuler Island S.1.4 
 6. T.Maston St.Jo1.4 
 7. L.Atterberry Cape B1.4 
 8. R.Brown Halifax H.1.3 
 9. M.Capers London L.1.2 
 10. F.Whitfield KW Ti1.1 
Next Round Schedule

Round 14 (Regular Season)

Halifax H. 61% Feb.18 Moncton M.
Island S. Feb.18 St.John R. 64%
KW Titans 69% Feb.18 Sudbury F.
St.John's E 61% Feb.17 Windsor Exp
Halifax H. 65% Feb.17 St.John R.
London L. 67% Feb.17 KW Titans
Riptide shuts down Hurricanes - Jan 27, 2019

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What a difference 24 hours can make in the National Baskteball League of Canada. After scoring a season-high 128 points in a Friday night victory over the Windsor Express, the Halifax Hurricanes were limited to just 78 in Saturday's 95-78 setback to the Saint John Riptide at Scotiabank Centre. "Every team and every game is different in this league and (Saint John) plays a whole lot different than Windsor," Hurricanes veteran guard Clifford Clinkscales (6'0''-PG-84, college: DePaul) said. "They challenged us to make shots. Credit to them, they guard well and they're one of the best defensive teams in the league. They like to grind it out and would rather the score be in the 80s or less. They live with their chances and did so tonight." The Hurricanes (11-11) had trouble containing the Riptide dynamic duo of T.J. Maston and Frank Bartley IV (6'3''-G-94, college: La-Lafayette), who combined for 59 points. Maston scored a game-high 35 points and had 11 rebounds for Saint John (7-14). Bartley fired in 24 points. Terry Thomas (6'4''-G/F-91, college: Ottawa) topped Halifax with 17 points, Mike Poole (6'5''-F-92, college: Iona) had 15 and Chadrack Lufile (6'9''-F-90, college: Wichita St.), Rhamel Brown and Joel Kindred each netted 10 points. The Express came into Friday's tilt in Halifax on a seven-game winning streak. But the Hurricanes scored 42 points in the fourth quarter to pull away. They couldn't carry over that momentum. Saint John scored the first eight points of the game, led 28-17 after the first quarter and 48-41 at halftime."We were too slow," said Clinkscales, who had seven assists and six points. "We came out slow and sluggish and we didn't play with no pace tonight." The Hurricanes' porous defence in the first half frustrated head coach Mike Leslie and had team captain Clinkscales shouting an expletive as he headed to the locker room at half time. "We didn't get no stops tonight," Clinkscales said. "It's hard to run when you're taking the ball out of your net. "We let our offence dictate our defence. It has to be the other way around. When we're getting stops and we're running, that's when we're at our best. But we couldn't play against their half-court defence." Halifax, which never led in the game, sunk just four of 25 three-point attempts and was 6-for-19 from the free-throw line. Saint John outscored Halifax 26-17 in the final quarter on 62.5 per cent shooting. The Hurricanes head to Newfoundland and Labrador this week for a pair of games against the St. John's Edge on Tuesday and Thursday. "We have a tough road trip coming up," Clinkscales said. "We have no practice time so it's going to be tough for us. We'll see what we're made of." The Hurricanes' next home game is Saturday, Feb. 2 when they host the London Lightning.
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The St. John's Edge faced the Windsor Express in a hard-fought battle on Friday night at Mile One Centre. The Edge battled all game to claim their first lead of the game late and would hold on for the 97-90 win in front of 4,151 fans. In the early going Windsor showed why they are one of the highest scoring teams in the league. The Express got out to an early lead, scoring on their first five trips down the floor. The Edge would look to control the pace and flow of the game in the early g...   [read more]

Bench carries Express to comeback win over Sudbury - 3 days ago
The Windsor Express showed Wednesday that the club might be a little deeper overall than people think. Down eight points with under eight minutes to play, the Express went to a small lineup and used three bench players to rally for a 119-114 win over the Sudbury Five in NBL of Canada action before a crowd of 1,405 at the WFCU Centre. 'I think we're getting better as the second group,' Express guard Chris Jones said. 'More guys are starting to get their legs under them and letting their sh...   [read more]

Mike Poole
Hurricanes blow past Storm 101-83 - 7 days ago
The Halifax Hurricanes blew into Charlottetown and left the Island Storm in their wake. The Hurricanes led by 26 at halftime, shot at nearly a 50 per cent clip and, more importantly, rested their starters as every player got some floor time in a 101-83 NBL Canada victory Saturday night at the Eastlink Centre. Halifax (14-12) led by as much as 36 points in posting its third consecutive victory. The Hurricanes moved into a tie with the Cape Breton Highlanders for second place in the Atlanti...   [read more]

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