Summerside Storm Game Notes
Feb. 21 at St. John (Lost 89-100)
Storm record against St. John goes to 4-3 this season (2-2 in St. John). They are 7-6 all-time against the Mill Rats.Record goes to 1-4 when scoring less than 90 points.The 26 points allowed in the first half (led 50-26) was the lowest allowed in Storm history, surpassing the 33 allowed to the Montreal Jazz on February 16th.
Feb. 23 at London (lost 114-118, overtime)
Attendance in London was 3,722.It was the fourth ever overtime game for the Storm and first this season. They have a 1-3 record in overtime. Three of the four overtimes have been on the road. They beat St. John 108-107 in St. John on Nov. 10, 2011. They lost 122-131 against Oshawa in their only home overtime game on Jan. 12, 2012 and hey lost a double-overtime game in Quebec (136-145) on Jan. 15, 2012.Season record goes to 19-14 and 9-9 away from home.They have lost three of last four games.They are 1-1 against the London Lightning, having defeated the Lightning 116-97 at home on Jan. 24. They are 1-7 all-time against London.Storm was behind 77-75 after three quarters. Record is 1-10 when trailing after three periods.Record goes to 3-10 when allowing the opposition to score 100 or more points.The Storm shot 51.7%. It is the seventh time (third time this season) in club history that the Storm has shot 50% or higher. It is the first time that a Storm team has shot over 50% and lost the game (record 6-1).The Storm held London to 42.9% shooting percentage. It is the 21st time this season that the opposition has shot less than 45%. Their record in such games is 17-4. It is the first loss this season when they out-shot the opposition (14-1 record in such games).The 14 points scored in the overtime period is the most ever in Storm history. The 18 points allowed in overtime is tied for the highest ever.Brandon Robinson scored 28 points, the seventh time he has scored 25 or more points this season, a Storm record. Robinson was 10-11 from the free-throw line.Quote from coach Joe Salerno to IFpress in London who was pleased with his team's performance: "We were missing about 31 points," he said. "I don't want to take away from the effort these guys gave on the floor. We haven't played very good basketball the last few weeks but I'm really proud of the way these guys played."
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