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A's Can't Stop Express

December 13, 2014 - National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) - Orangeville A's News Release

BRAMPTON, ON.- The Brampton A's suffered its second straight loss as they fell 114-107 to the Windsor Express Saturday night. The A's are now 4-7 on the season. 

The Brampton A's struggled offensively in the first half after scoring the first two baskets of the game. Windsor presented a tough presence in the paint and found a consistent offensive rhythm to maintain a lead. 

Brampton received a great spark from its bench as the A's outscored the Express bench 21-7. TyShwan Edmondson and Cavell Johnson led the way for Brampton at the half with 11 points apiece. DeAndre Thomas led all scorers with 15 points heading in to the locker room. 

The A's seemed to possess a different energy during the second half. After a few slam dunks and an overall post attack, the A's went on a 12 point run at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Bryson Johnson knocked down two key shots nearing the end of play and gave the A's a chance to strike to tie or gain a lead. As the seconds dwindled down Brampton did not have enough fuel to overtake the defending champions at home. 

Cavell Johnson finished the game with 24 points off of a 56 percent field goal performance. Edmondson added 16 points, while Brent Jennings recorded a game-high 11 rebounds amidst his double-double showing. 

Thomas led his team with 33 points, while Quinnel Brown added 30 points.

The A's will host a back-to-back next week starting Friday, December 19th at 7pm against the Express. On Saturday the Lightning come to town for the Toys for Tots game. With every toy donation, you can receive an A's BOGO. There will also be pre-game action between the Peel and York Regional police at 5pm. For tickets please email

SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE contact or visit for more information on ticket pricing, A's in the community, camps and clinics, and special events.

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