The London Lightning used a big performance from their forwards Thursday, edging the Mississauga Power 101-98 at Budweiser Gardens.
The game, which was Mississauga's fourth loss in a row, came down to the wire with a last second shot by the Power's Alex Johnson. The point guard missed the three-pointer, sending the London Lightning to a 9-5 record.
Marvin Phillips lead the Lighting with 31 points, while Emmanuel Little chipped-in 18 points and 14 rebounds. Tyler Releford had 31 points, while Jaushay Rockett ended the game with a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds.
London will now take on the Brampton A's at the Powerade Centre on Saturday, while Mississauga won't have to play until December 27th against Windsor.