Saturday, December 27, 2014

Gameday -- December 27th, 2014

Halifax Rainmen vs. Saint John Mill Rats

The Halifax Rainmen and Saint John Mill Rats will meet again on Saturday, a day after the Mill Rats fell to the 7-5 Rainmen 112-106 in Halifax.

Raheem Singleton lead the Mill Rats and the game with 28 points, while Seiya Ando put up 21 for Halifax.

The newly-retooled 4-10 Mill Rats have now loss six straight games, going 1-9 in their past 10 games. After the Mill Rats beat Halifax 110-95 on November 16th the Rainmen have had Saint John's number, winning their last four encounters.

Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. To watch the game, checkout the player below.

Mississauga Power vs. Windsor Express

The Mississauga Power will try to right the ship on Saturday, when they take their four game losing streak into Windsor to face the 9-3 Express.

Windsor, who are atop of the National Basketball League of Canada table, fell to the Brampton A's 109-104 back on December 19th. That was Windsor's first loss of more than two points all season. The 6-7 Mississauga Power are one of only three squads (London, Brampton and Mississauga) that have beat the Express this season, thanks to a slender 100-99 win at home earlier this month. This will cap-off the Power's insane December where they played both London and Windsor three times, for a total of six games.

Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. To watch the game, checkout the player below.

Brampton A's vs. London Lightning

The league's two most explosive offenses will clash on Saturday at the Budweiser Gardens in London.

The 6-7 Brampton A's and 9-6 London Lightning are back in action after a week off for the Christmas break. It was back on December 20th when Brampton snapped London's three game winning streak by a score of 123-111. Brent Jennings lead the A's with 24 points (which all but propelled him to NBLC Player of the Week) while Zane Johnson had 25 points for the Lightning. While these two teams lead the league in points per game (111 for London, 110 for Brampton), they are at the bottom of the league when it comes to assists per game - with 17apg for the A's and 19apg for London.

Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. To watch the game live, click here.