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Brampton A's Fall to London Lightning 114-108

January 26, 2014 - National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) - Orangeville A's News Release

London, ON. The Brampton A's fall to the London Lightning 114-108. The A's are 19-9, London is 20-10.

Over 7,000 fans came to see The Brampton A's and their number one offence in the National Basketball League of Canada take on the London Lightning in what was sure to be a competitive game. Brampton has won two out of the last three meetings between the two teams.

The fans witnessed two of the best teams in the NBL go at it in a very competitive match. Brampton started the first half of the game with some of the best defense of the season. Brampton frustrated London and held them to only 40 points in the half. The A's shot the ball better across the board with 44% field goals, 88% free throw and their league leading 13 three pointers made at a 35% clip. The A's also out rebounded the Lightning with 47, and had a game high 20 assists. Brampton could not overcome the disparity in free throws, shooting only 17 in the game to London's 36. London guard Garrett Williamson was awarded more free throws than the entire Brampton team, with 22.

The A's got a triple double from Cedric Moodie with 11 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists; Moodie is coming off his 36 pt performance last game. Brampton centre and NBL block leader, Cavell Johnson had a season high 27 points on 11-13 shooting and eight rebounds. The A's swingman Jordan Hamilton had his best game of the year, with 17 points, he exploded with 5 three pointers and chipped in with two blocks.

Brampton point guard's Evaldas Zabas and Melvin Council had 16 and 14 points respectively.

The A's next home game is tomorrow, Monday, January 27th at 7:00pm against the Mississauga Power at the Powerade Centre.

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