Rainmen Weather the Storm
(HALIFAX, NS) The Halifax Rainmen won their eleventh home game of the season this afternoon when they defeated the Summerside Storm in front of 2,284 fans at the Halifax Metro Centre. The final score of the game was 113-99.
The Rainmen displayed a tremendous team effort with six players scoring in the double digits. Joey Haywood led the charge with 20 points, followed by Tyrone Levett with 18 points and Chris Hagan with 16. Big man Richard Anderson added 15 points in the win, while Abdullahi Kuso contributed a solid 11 points, followed by Taliek Brown with 10.
Leading the Summerside Storm was Troy Jackson with 22 points and 10 rebounds, followed by Al Stewart with 17 points and Louie McCroskey with 14. Xavier Hansbro added 12 and Julian Allen added 10. The box score statistics can be found below.
The Rainmen will play their next game on Thursday, January 26 against the Storm at the EastLink Arena in Summerside. They will return to their home court on Friday, January 27 to face the first-place London Lightning as they observe Cure On The Court night in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
Tickets for Friday's game are available at Ticket Atlantic locations and at the Metro Centre Box Office. For more information about the Halifax Rainmen, please visit www.rainmenbasketball.ca.
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