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NBL Standings
Atlantic Division
 1 Moncton M. 26-13 
 2 Halifax H. 24-14 
 3 St.John R. 16-22 
 4 Cape Breton H. 16-22 
 5 Island S. 10-25 
Central Division
 1 St.John's E. 21-18 
 2 Sudbury F. 21-18 
 3 London L. 20-18 
 4 KW Titans 19-19 
 5 Windsor Exp. 17-21 
Full Standings

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Braylon RAYSON
  Sudbury F.
  Avg: 25.2
 1. B.Rayson Sudbury F.25.2 
 2. B.Massey Cape B23.8 
 3. S.Carter Island S.21.9 
 4. C.Jones Windsor21.2 
 5. J.Patillo Windsor20.7 
 6. F.Bartley-IV St.John19.5 
 7. T.Maston St.Jo19.3 
 8. G.Boucard Island S.19.3 
 9. J.Bland Sudbury F.19.3 
 10. C.Allmond Monct18.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Grandy GLAZE
  Sudbury F.
  Avg: 11.5
 1. G.Glaze Sudbury F.11.5 
 2. B.Washington St.Jo11.3 
 3. O.Oleka St10.4 
 4. D.Hall KW Titans9.1 
 5. J.Patillo Windsor9.0 
 6. J.Reynolds Cape B8.9 
 7. C.Dixon Sudbury F.8.8 
 8. T.Maston St.Jo8.5 
 9. G.Boucard Island S.8.5 
 10. D.Taylor Monct8.3 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 6.8
 1. C.Clinkscales Halifax6.8 
 2. H.Wormely Windsor6.6 
 3. M.Jones St6.5 
 4. D.Herring-Jr Monct6.5 
 5. B.Massey Cape B5.8 
 6. K.Canty Island S.5.7 
 7. T.Kell Moncton M.5.4 
 8. A.Smith KW Titans5.4 
 9. B.Rayson Sudbury F.5.1 
Steals Per Game
  Cape B
  Avg: 2.9
 1. B.Massey Cape B2.9 
 2. M.Jones Sudbury F.2.7 
 3. J.Loyd Island S.2.3 
 4. D.Herring-Jr Monct1.9 
 5. T.White Island S.1.9 
 6. C.Jones Windsor1.7 
 7. M.Lewis Moncton M.1.7 
 8. T.Releford Sudbu1.6 
 9. G.Boucard Island S.1.6 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.4
 1. T.Walker Windsor2.4 
 2. N.Evans Moncton M.2.0 
 3. M.Burnatowski St.John1.7 
 4. M.Bolden London L.1.6 
 5. R.Brown Halifax H.1.6 
 6. D.Shuler Island S.1.4 
 7. Y.Dalembert Sudbu1.4 
 8. T.Maston St.Jo1.4 
 9. Z.Marshall Monct1.4 
 10. T.Carter-II Island S1.3 
Next Round Schedule

Round 19 (Regular Season)

London L. 59% Mar.31 Windsor Exp
Island S. 63% Mar.30 Cape Breton
Windsor Exp 55% Mar.29 London L.
Halifax H. 78% Mar.28 Island S.
Sudbury F. 60% Mar.28 KW Titans
Lost focus leads to defeat for Five - Feb 22, 2019

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Isaiah Johnson (6'10''-C-94, college: Akron)'s stern expression said almost as much as his post-game comments following the Sudbury Five's 113-100 loss to the KW Titans on Thursday night. 'Everything we had, definitely should have won that game,' said the Five big man, who collected seven points, three assists and a block at Sudbury Community Arena. 'We just let it slip away from us and all we can do now is refocus and get ready for Monday.' The Titans, whom the Five had defeated in Kitchener only three days earlier, found their shooting form early in Thursday's contest, while the locals were slow out of the gate. But a three-pointer by Devin Gilligan (6'5''-F-93, college: S.New Hampshire), then a strong post move for a bucket by Johnson, followed by his big block, got the crowd going and gave Sudbury momentum. Back-to-back threes by Sudbury's newest signee, guard Maurice Jones (5'7''-G-91, college: Northwood), helped the hosts build a 26-21 lead by the end of the quarter. The Titans began to take over, however, by the late part of the second, with Tramar Sutherland and Akeem Ellis (6'6''-G-90, college: Coppin St.) pouring in nine and eight points, respectively, and Damon Lynn (5'11''-PG-95, college: NJIT) and Ed Horton (6'1''-PG-85, college: Murray St.) adding seven each in that quarter alone. A Gilligan layup finished the first half, but his team trailed 56-48. 'We just lost focus,' Johnson said. 'We didn't do what got us back in the lead. We need to keep focused as a team and just keep going, you know, to keep pushing, but we didn't have that fight tonight.' The first few minutes of the third quarter offered a glimmer of hope for a Sudbury comeback, in the form of a short run that included a nice pass from Cory Dixon to Travis Releford (6'6''-SG-90, college: Kansas) inside, but those plays weren't matched by the defensive stops the Five needed to narrow the gap. Braylon Rayson (5'9''-PG-94, college: Cent.Michigan) dropped back for a three-pointer late in the third, but couldn't turn it into another scoring run on what was a relatively quiet night for the star point guard, and for Sudbury's starters in general. KW led 97-70 at one point in the fourth. Jones stayed hot down the stretch, using his quickness to drive around bigger men for layups and to get open for outside shots. He led all scorers with 26 points, along with four assists and three steals. Rayson and Travis Releford each finished with 16 points, while Dexter Williams (6'4''-F, college: Montana-West) Jr. scored 12 for the Five, who slipped to 16-16 on the season. Lynn scored 22, Ellis 20 and Horton 19 to pace the Titans, who improved to 13-15. Thursday's game marked the third time this season that Sudbury and KW have played back-to-back games. The Five have won five of nine games between the two clubs, with another to come in March. 'It's definitely always a good game, because we know each other so well,' Johnson said. 'It's our ninth time playing them already, they know us, we know them, so it just comes down to who's better. Today, they got us.' The Five will look for a different outcome on Monday, when they host the St. John's Edge for a 7:05 p.m. tipoff. 'We just have to remember that we're a team,' Johnson said. 'Not one person is going to win this game, so we have to keep coming together like we have before. Monday will be a great test to see if we did what we had to do.'
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