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A's Shut off the Power with Strong Road Win

February 14, 2015 - National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) - Orangeville A's News Release

MISSISSAUGA, On.- The Brampton A's defeated the Mississauga Power 110-99 in another battle of Peel Saturday evening. The A's hold a season record so far of 13-14.

The A's started off a bit rough as the Power scored the first five baskets of the game. After finding their rhythm following a timeout, Brampton went on a scoring spree after sharing the ball well and attacking the boards. The A's forced 10 Power turnovers in which they converted to 13 points.

Cavell Johnson and Akeem Ellis led the A's with eight points apiece, as Brampton headed to the locker room up 53-44 at the half.

The A's maintained it's momentum in the second half displaying great defensive and team efforts. Brampton led by as many as 26 points nearing the end of play, until, Mississauga went on a run that narrowed the deficit to seven in the final minutes of play. The A's were not rattled by the Power's comeback and continued to make smart plays and get to the free throw line. Despite being out-rebounded, the keys for the A's victory lied within their post play as they outscored the Power in the paint 58-34, in addition to points off of turnovers.

C. Johnson and TyShwan Edmondson led the way with 16 points respectively, while Kyle Johnson recorded 15 points.

Tomorrow the A's will host the Power at the Powerade Centre to conclude the two team's home and home series. Tip off is set for 2 pm for a Family Fun Day Bonanza. Family packs are in full effect as we have activities for the entire family to enjoy from a bouncy castle to clowns. For tickets contact tickets@bramptonas.ca.

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