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A's Mark Second Win of Back to Back

December 20, 2014 - National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) - Orangeville A's News Release

BRAMPTON, ON.- The Brampton A's concluded the second game of its back-to-back weekend, with a 123-111 victory over the London Lightning Saturday night. Brampton is now 6-7 on the season.

The two teams were evenly matched to start the game as London and Brampton traded baskets. After trailing by two points midway through the first quarter, the A's went on a scoring spree featuring a plethora of fast-break dunks, ally-oops and baskets from downtown. Brampton possessed a sense of control and went on to lead for the rest of the game.

The A's took complete advantage of London's 14 turnovers, notching 21 points and six second chance buckets. Brent Jennings headed to the locker room at the half ahead of his team with 14 points amidst the A's 57-51 showing. Emmanuel Little of the Lightning registered 17 points.

Brampton carried its momentum and dominance over to the third quarter not allowing the Lighting to strike close enough to change the game's flow. Despite London's solid shooting performance from three-point range, Brampton played well on both ends of the court and shared the ball effortlessly.

Jennings finished the game with 24 points and eight rebounds. Seven other A's scored in double figures including a 14 points and 10 rebound performance by Cavell Johnson. Zane Johnson shot 58 percent from beyond the arc for a game-high 25 points for the Lightning.

The A's will travel to London next Saturday for a 7pm rematch. A live stream will be available at Brampton will return to the Powerade Centre in the new year for a January 3rd game against Peel Rival, Mississauga Power. For tickets please email [email protected]

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