Halifax Looks to Close out Series Tonight in Moncton
(Halifax,NS): Tonight the Halifax Rainmen look to close out their first round series against the Moncton Miracles. Game four will be played inside the Moncton Coliseum with a 7pm tip-off time. Halifax leads the series two games to one.
Coming off an impressive 124-96 victory over the Miracles on Sunday afternoon, Halifax has taken the series momentum after a heart breaking 111-110 loss in game one. Liam McMorrow led the Rainmen in their 28 point victory with a double double, 23 points and 15 rebounds. Jermaine Dailey had a double double off the bench, with 14 points and 14 rebounds.
In the Atlantic Division's other playoff series the Island Storm look to close out the Saint John Mill Rats tonight. The Halifax Rainmen and Island Storm played each other in last year's Atlantic Division Conference Final.
You can catch the action live on the National Basketball League of Canada's YouTube page, or check the Halifax Rainmen's Facebook and Twitter pages an hour before game time to get the link.
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