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Storm Look to Even Series Friday in Summerside

April 10, 2013 - National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) - Summerside Storm News Release

(Summerside, PE) After a 45-45 tie at halftime, the Summerside STORM outscored the London Lightning by 12 points in the third quarter en route to a 111-99 win over the London Lightning in Summerside to get back into the NBL Finals series. Game four in the series goes Friday night at Credit Union Place at 7 pm with the London leading the best of five series at two games to one.

To the delight of 2,582 STORM Fans, Omari Johnson came alive in the series with 33 points, shooting over 50% from the field on 13 for 21 shooting. Brandon Robinson and Antoine Tisby each chipped in with 20 points. Tim Ellis led the Lightning attack with 17 points.

Stephen Bull of Charlottetown the 50-50 prize taking home half the $6,904 pot. Lynda Burns of Hazelbrook won the Subway gift certificate while everyone in the building with a ticket to the game won a free car wash from Wilsons Fuels on Water St.

The STORM are looking for a STORM White-Out to continue Friday night as fans are encouraged to show their STORM Pride by wearing their white shirts to the game. So far the STORM are two for two during STORM White-outs this season.

Tickets for game four in the series Friday at Credit Union Place are on sale at the box-office or by going online at the STORM website or by calling 902-432-1234.

Fans in the Eastern part of Prince Edward Island can also purchase a ticket and bus trip combo to ride the STORM Express to the game on Friday evening. The STORM Express leaves the Rodd Royalty Inn at 5:45 pm for the game with a tailgate party starting at 5 pm at the Rodd. Tickets for the STORM Express, sponsored by Superior Coach Lines and the Rodd, can be purchased at the Rodd Royalty Inn anytime up to 5:45 pm Friday.

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