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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.
  (175-PG-94)
  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.
  (204-F-92)
  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
 Clifford CLINKSCALES
  Halifax
  (183-PG-84)
  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
 Bruce MASSEY
  Cape B
  (190-G-90)
  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
 Tyran WALKER
  Windsor
  (213-C-89)
  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 
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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
Edge Drop Finale of Road Trip to Sudbury Five - Feb 26, 2019


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Maurice
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The St. John's Edge dropped their fifth straight game on the road to the Sudbury Five on Monday night in Sudbury, ON. It was a more characteristic start in this one for the Edge as they began the game shooting the ball well and working the Sudbury defence down low to grab an early lead. The X-factor for the Edge throughout the game was Olu Ashaolu who would prove difficult to defend down low and also stretch the defence, showing off his three-point touch as well. Olu would have a big dunk off a great dish by Junior Cadougan at around the 5-minute mark of the first to give the Edge a two-possession lead. After Sudbury would come back to take a two point lead in the late stages, Russell Byrd (6'7''-G-92, college: Michigan St.) would drain an elbow jumper, followed by a Diego Kapelan (6'3''-G-87, college: McNeese St., agency: Octagon Europe) triple would push the Edge ahead 33-29 as the game progressed to the second quarter of action. Into the second quarter, the Edge would build on their lead as they continued to have the hot hand early on in the game. However, as the quarter progressed to the middle portion, Sudbury would again find their way back into this one and tie it up with around 7 minutes left to play in the half. St. John's would get back to their earlier successes and feed the ball to the big man down low, as Olu Ashaolu would finish up the first half with 19 points. The Edge would head into the break with a 56-45 lead over the expansion Sudbury Five. Out of the break, the Edge would look to put pressure on Sudbury and build on their 11 point lead. A couple of early buckets by Desmond Lee (6'4''-G-90, college: NC State) and a three by Russell Byrd would extend the lead to 13. Just as they had done in the first half, Sudbury would not go away, they would reduce the deficit at around the 7:20 mark of the third quarter. Unlike their last couple of games, the Edge would have an answer to the Sudbury attack, with Diego Kapelan showing off his shooting stroke to get the lead back up to 11 points in the final few minutes. With the game still in the hands of the Edge, former Edge point Guard Maurice Jones (5'7''-G-91, college: Northwood) Sr. would put up the final 4 points in the quarter to send this one into the final frame with the Edge leading by just 6 points, 90-84. The final twelve minutes would prove to be a test for the Edge as they were competing with Sudbury on the floor and in the stands as the home crowd began to get louder with every shot that was falling for the Five. Following a Shaquille Keith (6'5''-F-93, college: Cape Breton) three-pointer, the Five would put together a little run to get back to within 4 points at the 6:12 mark of the final quarter. After Shaquille Keith drained a couple of free-throws late to tie this one at 108, Sudbury would go on a 7-0 run into the final seconds of the game and not look back, completing the comeback to hand the Edge the 116-111 loss. On this night Olu Ashaolu had his best game of this season thus far. The Toronto, ON native would drop 27 points and grab 12 boards. The Edge had 6 players finish in double digits, with Shaquille Keith dropping 22, then following him were Dez Lee and Jared Nickens (6'7''-G/F-94, college: Maryland) with 17 apiece. St. John's were without the services of Glen Davis (6'9''-F-86, college: LSU) and Jarryn Skeete (6'3''-G-93) in this one, as Davis required treatment for a stomach illness, while Skeete was sidelined with a concussion. For the Sudbury Five, they were led by Maurice Jones Sr. who dropped 23 points in this one, with 17 of those coming in the final two quarters. The Edge have now completed their final road trip of the regular season and will head back to St. John's for an 8-game homestand in the month of the March. The homestand kicks off against the Cape Breton Highlanders on Sunday, March 3rd and Monday, March 4th at Mile One Centre.
Courtesy of: oursportscentral.com   




Freddie
McSwain
Magic Comes out on Top in OT Thriller - 1 day ago
Finishing on a high note. The Moncton Magic finish the regular season with a historic 27-13 record. There are many ups and downs experienced through a 40-game season, including player turnover, injuries, a lack of team chemistry, etc. In spite of that, the Magic have remained a motivated tightknit group that has been professional, resilient, and successful. After running through the KW Titans on March 23rd, the Moncton Magic follow it up by coming back and beating the Windsor Express in O...   [read more]

Bryce
Washington
Washington leads Riptide over Island Storm - 3 days ago
The Island Storm has been eliminated from playoff contention. Bryce Washington (6'6''-F-96, college: La-Lafayette) hit a jumper at the buzzer Thursday to give the host Saint John Riptide a 84-83 victory over the Storm in National Basketball League of Canada regular season play. Washington had game highs of 24 points and 21 rebounds while Terry Maston (6'8''-F-95, college: Baylor) contributed 19 points and 11 boards. Alex Campbell (6'2''-G-93, college: Windsor) had 19 points and nine rebou...   [read more]

Mike Poole
Hurricanes Cruise to 67-Point Blowout over Windsor Express - 5 days ago
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