HARBOURSPORT  
ROUND 4 FIXTURES:
Wednesday 10th October
Melbourne 99 d Cairns 82
Perth 95 d Adelaide 91
Thursday 11th October
New Zealand 98 d Townsville 97
Friday 12th October
Wollongong 132 d West Sydney 109
Saturday 13th October
Gold Coast 97 d Singapore 82
Melbourne 101 d South Dragons 98
Sunday 14th October
Sydney 95 d South Dragons 85
Brisbane 127 d Singapore 106

ROUND 5 FIXTURES:
Wednesday 17th October
Brisbane v Sydney (7.30)
Singapore v Melbourne (9.30)
Thursday 18th October
New Zealand v Adelaide (4.30)
Saturday 20th October
Sth Dragons v Brisbane (7.30)
West Sd Razors v Sydney(7.30)
Gold Coast v Woll'gong (7.30)
Townsville v Adelaide (8.00)
Sunday 21st October
Perth v Cairns (6.00)
Singapore v New Zealand(7.00)
NBL
ROUND 4 RESULTS
Melbourne Tigers 99 d Cairns Taipans 82
Perth Wildcats 95 d Adelaide 36ers 91
New Zealand Breakers 98 d Townsville Crocodiles 97
Wollongong Hawks 132 d West Sydney Razorbacks 109
Gold Coast Blaze 97 d Singapore Slingers 82
Melbourne Tigers 101 d South Dragons 98
Sydney Kings 95 d South Dragons 85
Brisbane Bullets 127 d Singapore Slingers 106
Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney remain
undefeated at the top of the ladder after round 4.
The Bullets were untroubled as they ran away to a
comfortable 21-point win over Singapore; but it
was a tighter affair for the Tigers when they
battled against the South Dragons in the local
derby. The Dragons led for much of the night,
leading by 10 points with only 6 minutes to go; but
were unable to last the distance as the Tigers
came home strongly to snatch a 3-point victory in
the dying seconds.
Sydney also recorded a win over the Dragons. A
see-sawing battle at Vodafone Arena was in the
balance until the final few minutes, when the Kings
pulled away to maintain their unbeaten streak.
While low-scoring battles have been a common
feature of the 2007/08 season to date, an
exception to the rule took place in Wollongong
where the Hawks recorded their first victory of the
season when they jumped the Razorbacks to run
away to a 132-109 win.
Perth Wildcats made their move in a thrilling
4-point encounter at Challenge Stadium. Redhage
was the difference between the two sides, tallying
an amazing 40 points to guide the Wildcats to a
95-91 win.
Gold Coast recorded their first home victory when
the Blaze took a comfortable 15-point win over
Singapore. Another team to break their home duck
for the season was the New Zealand Breakers, who
took out a one-point thriller against Townsville;
the Crocodiles remaining winless since the opening
round and in danger of falling off the pace.
 
Played
Won
Lost
% Win
% Points
Streak
Brisbane Bullets
5
5
0
100.0
119.2
W5
Melbourne Tigers
6
6
0
100.0
114.3
W6
Sydney Kings
4
4
0
100.0
110.1
W4
Cairns Taipans
6
4
2
66.7
105.1
L2
Perth Wildcats
5
3
2
60.0
106.3
W1
West Sydney Razorbacks
5
3
2
60.0
101.0
L1
Adelaide 36ers
4
2
2
50.0
98.5
L1
Gold Coast Blaze
6
2
4
33.3
96.4
W1
New Zealand Breakers
3
1
2
33.3
95.9
W1
Wollongong Hawks
5
1
4
20.0
95.0
W1
Townsville Crocodiles
6
1
5
16.7
87.9
L5
Singapore Slingers
6
1
5
16.7
87.1
L2
South Dragons
5
0
5
0.0
91.5
L5