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A's Hold Lead in Final Minutes

January 13, 2015 - National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) - Orangeville A's News Release

BRAMPTON, ON.- The Brampton A's held on to a 113-109 victory, after the Windsor Express rallied back from a double-digit deficit in the game's final minutes. The A's have improved to .500 for the first time this season with a record of 10-10.

After the first basket scored by Windsor, the A's went on to lead for the rest of the first half. Brampton notched 12 points off of turnovers and received a 31 point effort from the bench that allowed for a 14 point lead.

TyShwan Edmondson led all scorers with 12 points at the half, while Cavell Johnson grabbed six rebounds. Ryan Anderson and Quinnel Brown had six points for the Express.

Brampton continued with it's dominance in the second half as the A's found themselves up by 18 points late in the third quarter. Brampton was challenged in the final quarter after Windsor went on a 9 point run that narrowed the score to single digits as time dwindled down. Edmondson hit a key basket from downtown after the Express got to close for comfort. Late free throws and poise by the home team solidified the win for the A's.

Edmondson finished with 20 points, while Brent Jennings and Akeem Ellis registered 18 points and 17 points respectively. Anderson and DeAndre Thomas led the Express with 20 points.

The A's will travel to the Hershey Centre in Mississauga this Thursday to take on the Power for a 7 pm match up. A live stream will be available via www.bramptonas.ca. The next home game is set for January 29th as Brampton will host the Island Storm. For information on our FAB FIVE FLEX PACK for our remaining home games valued as low as $50, please contact tickets@bramptonas.ca.

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

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