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A's Begin Playoff Run Tomorrow

March 6, 2015 - National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) - Orangeville A's News Release

BRAMPTON, On.- The Brampton A's are playoff bound as they finished off the season on the road with a win over the defending NBL Canada Champion Windsor Express. The win gave the A's home court advantage in their first round matchup, and a rematch of last years playoff series against the London Lightning. Game 1 will take place tomorrow, Saturday March 7th at the Powerade Centre with tip off set for 7pm EST.

The five game series will see the A's host the first two games at the Powerade Centre, and will then hit the road for two games at Budweiser Garden in London, ON., before returning to the Powerade Centre for a fifth and final game. Below is a schedule for the full five game series.

GAME 1: TOMORROW Saturday March 7th 7pm Powerade Centre

GAME 2: Wednesday March 11th 7pm Powerade Centre

GAME 3: Saturday March 14th 7pm Budweiser Garden

GAME 4: Sunday March 15th 2pm Budweiser Garden *if necessary*

GAME 5: Saturday March 21st 7pm Powerade Centre *if necessary*

The A's split the season series with the Lightning 4-4 and both finished 18-14 on the season, which led to a head-to-head matchup. The A's out scored the Lightning 925-914 in total points scored in the eight game regular season series. Both the A's and Lightning have proven that they can win at home and on the others home floor. In a rematch of last seasons first round playoff matchup, which saw the Lightning prevail at the Powerade Centre in an intense and exciting series that took all five games.

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