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NBL Round 6: Wollongong Hawks lose the game and top position - Nov 11, 2012


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There was no lack of excitement in the last round games. The round ended with change at the leadership position and favorites losing the games.

There was a change at the NBL leadership position after last games. Round 6 most important game was a defeat of league's leader Wollongong Hawks (5-1). They were defeated by sixth ranked Kings (4-4) 65-51 on Friday night. It ended at the same time the five-game winning streak of Wollongong Hawks. American point guard Corin Henry (180-88, college: Tarleton St.) scored 19 points and 6 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and center Ian Crosswhite (210-82, college: Oregon) chipped in 12 points and 9 rebounds during the contest. The best for the losing side was guard Rhys Martin (193-86, college: Nova SE) with 15 points and 9 rebounds. Kings moved-up to fourth place. Wollongong Hawks at the other side dropped to the second position with one game lost. They were replaced at the leadership position by Breakers. Wollongong Hawks will play next round against Cairns Taipans trying to make it back to the top of the standings. Kings will try to continue on its current victory against seventh ranked Melbourne Tigers on the road.
NBL top team - New Zealand Breakers (6-1) had no problems winning another game. This time they crushed sixth ranked Cairns Taipans (3-4) 73-54. American guard Cedric Jackson (191-86, college: Cleveland St.) notched a double-double by scoring 20 points and 12 assists to lead the effort and Will Hudson supported him with 14 points and 9 rebounds. Even 16 points and 5 rebounds by international power forward Cameron Tragardh (209-83, college: ORU) did not help to save the game for Cairns Taipans. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. New Zealand Breakers have an impressive six-game winning streak. Defending champion maintains first position with 6-1 record. Cairns Taipans at the other side keep the sixth place with four games lost. New Zealand Breakers will play against bottom-ranked Townsville Crocodiles (#8) in Wulguru in the next round and are hoping to win another game. Cairns Taipans will play on the road against the league's second-placed Wollongong Hawks in Gwynneville and hope to get back on the winning track.
NBL top team - New Zealand Breakers (6-1) managed to deliver another win on Friday. This time they beat eighth ranked Townsville Crocodiles (0-8) in Wulguru 81-72. The best player for the winners was Cedric Jackson who had a double-double by scoring 14 points, 5 rebounds and 12 assists. At the other side the best for losing team was Gary Ervin who recorded 18 points. New Zealand Breakers have an impressive six-game winning streak. Defending champion maintains first position with 6-1 record. Loser Townsville Crocodiles still closes the standings with eight games lost. New Zealand Breakers will have a break next round, and it should allow them to practice more before next game. Townsville Crocodiles will play again against the league's leader New Zealand Breakers (#1) in Auckland and hope to get finally their first victory.
The game in Findon was also worth to mention about. 4th ranked Perth Wildcats (3-2) played at the court of fifth ranked Adelaide 36ers (4-3). Adelaide 36ers defeated Perth Wildcats 77-65. It was a good game for Daniel Johnson who led his team to a victory with 17 points and 7 rebounds. Perth Wildcats' coach rotated ten players in this game, but that didn't help. Adelaide 36ers moved-up to third place. Perth Wildcats at the other side dropped to the fifth position with two games lost. Adelaide 36ers' next round opponent will be again Perth Wildcats (#5) on the road.
The game in Melbourne supposed to be also quite interesting. 5th ranked Adelaide 36ers (4-3) played at the court of seventh ranked Melbourne Tigers (2-4). Melbourne Tigers smashed Adelaide 36ers 96-66 on Friday. Chris Goulding scored 24 points to lead the charge for the winners. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Melbourne Tigers maintains seventh position with 2-4 record. Loser Adelaide 36ers dropped to the third place with three games lost. Melbourne Tigers will face higher ranked Kings (#4) in Sydney in the next round and it may be quite challenging game. Adelaide 36ers will play on the road against Perth Wildcats and it may be a tough game between close rivals.



36ers - Wildcats 77-65

The game in Findon was also worth to mention about. 4th ranked Perth Wildcats (3-2) played at the court of fifth ranked Adelaide 36ers (4-3). Adelaide 36ers defeated Perth Wildcats 77-65. The hosts were ahead by 1 point but lost the second period ending it with a 4-point deficit before their 24-8 run, which allowed them to win the game. Adelaide 36ers players were unselfish on offense dishing 21 assists. 25 personal fouls committed by Perth Wildcats helped opponents get some easy free throw opportunities. It was a good game for center Daniel Johnson (212-88, college: Pepperdine) who led his team to a victory with 17 points and 7 rebounds. American guard CJ Massingale (191-82, college: Metro St., agency: Prossin Sports Management) contributed with 18 points (went 7 for 7 at the free throw line) for the winners. The former international power forward Matthew Knight (204-85, college: Loyola Mary) replied with 21 points and 8 rebounds and American guard Kevin Lisch (188-86, college: St.Louis, agency: Warren Sports International) added 12 points in the effort for Perth Wildcats. Perth Wildcats' coach rotated ten players in this game, but that didn't help. Adelaide 36ers moved-up to third place. Perth Wildcats at the other side dropped to the fifth position with two games lost. Adelaide 36ers' next round opponent will be again Perth Wildcats (#5) on the road.
Top scorers:
36ers: C.Massingale 18+2reb, D.Johnson 17+7reb, A.Petrie 11+7reb+1ast, N.Crosswell 9+2reb+6ast, A.Gibson 9+5reb+4ast, S.Weigh 6+11reb+2ast
Wildcats: M.Knight 21+8reb+1ast, K.Lisch 12+1reb+3ast, S.Redhage 7+4reb+1ast, D.Martin 6+5reb+1ast, J.Wagstaff 6+5reb, B.Robbins 5+1reb+3ast
gschID: 182644


Taipans - Breakers 54-73

NBL top team - New Zealand Breakers (6-1) had no problems winning another game. This time they crushed sixth ranked Cairns Taipans (3-4) 73-54. The game was mostly controlled by New Zealand Breakers. Cairns Taipans was better in second period 17-13. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. New Zealand Breakers had a 30-12 advantage in offensive rebounds. American guard Cedric Jackson (191-86, college: Cleveland St.) notched a double-double by scoring 20 points and 12 assists to lead the effort and the other American import power forward Will Hudson (206-89, college: Oakland) supported him with 14 points and 9 rebounds. Even 16 points and 5 rebounds by international power forward Cameron Tragardh (209-83, college: ORU) did not help to save the game for Cairns Taipans. American point guard Jamar Wilson (185-84, college: Albany, agency: Pro One Sports) added 13 points and 5 rebounds. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. New Zealand Breakers have an impressive six-game winning streak. Defending champion maintains first position with 6-1 record. Cairns Taipans at the other side keep the sixth place with four games lost. New Zealand Breakers will play against bottom-ranked Townsville Crocodiles (#8) in Wulguru in the next round and are hoping to win another game. Cairns Taipans will play on the road against the league's second-placed Wollongong Hawks in Gwynneville and hope to get back on the winning track.
Top scorers:
Breakers: C.Jackson 20+3reb+12ast, W.Hudson 14+9reb, A.Pledger 11+7reb, T.Abercrombie 8+5reb, C.Bruton 6+4reb, M.Vukona 6+3reb
Taipans: C.Tragardh 16+5reb+2ast, J.Wilson 13+5reb+1ast, A.Loughton 6+5reb+1ast, S.Edwards 5+2reb, B.Hill 4+4reb, A.Grabau 4+1reb
gschID: 182643


Kings - Hawks 65-51

There was a change at the NBL leadership position after last games. Round 6 most important game was a defeat of league's leader Wollongong Hawks (5-1). They were defeated by sixth ranked Kings (4-4) 65-51 on Friday night. It ended at the same time the five-game winning streak of Wollongong Hawks. American point guard Corin Henry (180-88, college: Tarleton St.) scored 19 points and 6 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and center Ian Crosswhite (210-82, college: Oregon) chipped in 12 points and 9 rebounds during the contest. The best for the losing side was guard Rhys Martin (193-86, college: Nova SE) with 15 points and 9 rebounds and the former international swingman Glen Saville (197-76) scored 9 points. Kings moved-up to fourth place. Wollongong Hawks at the other side dropped to the second position with one game lost. They were replaced at the leadership position by Breakers. Wollongong Hawks will play next round against Cairns Taipans trying to make it back to the top of the standings. Kings will try to continue on its current victory against seventh ranked Melbourne Tigers on the road.
Top scorers:
Kings: C.Henry 19+6reb+3ast, I.Crosswhite 12+9reb+1ast, B.Madgen 12+6reb+2ast, D.Lazare 6+5reb+1ast, A.Bruce 6+4reb+4ast, K.White 4+4reb
Hawks: R.Martin 15+9reb+2ast, L.Hurdle 11+2reb, A.Deleon 9+1reb, G.Saville 9+4reb+3ast, D.Gruber 3+3reb+1ast, O.Forman 2+5reb+1ast
gschID: 182640


Tigers - 36ers 96-66

The game in Melbourne supposed to be also quite interesting. 5th ranked Adelaide 36ers (4-3) played at the court of seventh ranked Melbourne Tigers (2-4). Melbourne Tigers smashed Adelaide 36ers 96-66 on Friday. The game without a history. Melbourne Tigers led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. The former international guard Chris Goulding (192-88) scored 24 points to lead the charge for the winners and American power forward Seth Scott (208-81, college: Portland St.) chipped in 18 points and 10 rebounds during the contest. Four Melbourne Tigers players scored in double figures. The best for the losing side was the former international power forward Anthony Petrie (203-83) with 15 points and 7 rebounds and center Daniel Johnson (212-88, college: Pepperdine) scored 12 points and 8 rebounds. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Melbourne Tigers maintains seventh position with 2-4 record. Loser Adelaide 36ers dropped to the third place with three games lost. Melbourne Tigers will face higher ranked Kings (#4) in Sydney in the next round and it may be quite challenging game. Adelaide 36ers will play on the road against Perth Wildcats and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Tigers: C.Goulding 24+3reb+3ast, S.Scott 18+10reb, J.Flynn 12+8reb+7ast, L.Walker 10+4reb+1ast, A.Ballinger 9+4reb, L.Rush 9+4reb+1ast
36ers: A.Petrie 15+7reb+1ast, D.Johnson 12+8reb+1ast, J.Cadee 10+1reb+2ast, A.Gibson 6+2reb+2ast, C.Massingale 5+4reb+1ast, N.Crosswell 5+1reb+2ast
gschID: 182641


Crocodiles - Breakers 72-81

NBL top team - New Zealand Breakers (6-1) managed to deliver another win on Friday. This time they beat eighth ranked Townsville Crocodiles (0-8) in Wulguru 81-72. The guests trailed by 2 points after first quarter, but they rallied back to get the 5-point lead at the halftime and eventually won the game 81-72. New Zealand Breakers outrebounded Townsville Crocodiles 42-26 including a 18-7 advantage in offensive rebounds. The best player for the winners was American guard Cedric Jackson (191-86, college: Cleveland St.) who had a double-double by scoring 14 points, 5 rebounds and 12 assists. New Zealand swingman Thomas Abercrombie (198-87, college: Washington St., agency: Priority Sports) chipped in 15 points and 6 rebounds. At the other side the best for losing team was American point guard Gary Ervin (183-83, college: Arkansas) who recorded 18 points and the former international swingman Peter Crawford (193-79) added 12 points respectively. New Zealand Breakers have an impressive six-game winning streak. Defending champion maintains first position with 6-1 record. Loser Townsville Crocodiles still closes the standings with eight games lost. New Zealand Breakers will have a break next round, and it should allow them to practice more before next game. Townsville Crocodiles will play again against the league's leader New Zealand Breakers (#1) in Auckland and hope to get finally their first victory.
Top scorers:
Breakers: D.Corletto 19+2reb+1ast, T.Abercrombie 15+6reb+2ast, C.Jackson 14+5reb+12ast, W.Hudson 8+4reb, C.Bruton 8+3reb, M.Vukona 6+9reb+2ast
Crocodiles: G.Ervin 18+3reb+1ast, P.Crawford 12+2reb+2ast, T.Blanchfield 11+3reb+1ast, R.Hinder 6+4reb+2ast, M.Norton 6+1reb+1ast, J.Holmes 6+5reb+1ast
gschID: 182642


  




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