NBL Canada Championship Series All Set
(Halifax,NS): Sunday afternoon the Windsor Express clinched the Central Division Championship, with a dominating 120-101 victory over the Brampton A's. With the victory the National Basketball League of Canada Finals are set, with the Express facing the Atlantic Division Champion Halifax Rainmen.
The best of seven series will begin Wednesday, April 15th with game one going in Windsor, Ontario. Game two will be played on Friday, April 17th, with both games having a 7pm tip off time. (8pm AST)
The Windsor Express are the defending National Basketball League of Canada champions and finished with the league's best record, 21-11. The Halifax Rainmen are returning to the finals for the second time under Head Coach Pep Claros.
Tickets for the yet to be announced games three and four at the Scotiabank Centre can be purchased by visiting Ticket Atlantic, www.ticketatlantic.com
For more information, please call Rainmen Office 902.444.RAIN(7246) or e-mail email@example.com.
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