HARBOURSPORT  
ROUND 5 FIXTURES:
Wednesday 17th October
Sydney 127 d Brisbane 117
Melbourne 105 d Singapore 96
Thursday 18th October
N Zealand 116 d Adelaide 109
Saturday 20th October
Brisbane 110 d S. Dragons 109
WS Razorback 103 d Sydney 96
Gold Coast 106 d Woll'gong 92
Townsville 112 d Adelaide 90
Sunday 21st October
Perth 87 d Cairns 73
NZ Breaker 116 d Singapore 99

ROUND 6 FIXTURES:
Wednesday 24th October
Sydney v Adelaide (7.30)
Friday 26th October
Wollongong v Perth (7.30)
Townsville v West Syd. (8.00)
Saturday 27th October
Melbourne v NZ Breakers(7.30)
Cairns v Brisbane (7.30)
Adelaide v Gold Coast (8.00)
Sunday 28th October
West Syd v Wollongong (5.00)
Sth Dragons v New Z'land(6.00)
Singapore v Sydney (8.00)
NBL
ROUND 5 RESULTS
Sydney Kings 127 d Brisbane Bullets 117
Melbourne Tigers 105 d Singapore Slingers 96
New Zealand Breakers 116 d Adelaide 36ers 109
West Sydney Razorbacks 103 d Sydney Kings 96
Gold Coast 106 d Wollongong Hawks 92
Townsville Crocodiles 112 d Adelaide 36ers 90
Perth Wildcats 87 d Cairns Taipans 73
New Zealand Breakers 116 d Singapore Slingers 99
Brisbane Bullets were undefeated at home last
season, turning the Brisbane Convention Centre
into a fortress on their run to the championship.
But their imposing home winning streak came to an
end when Sydney Kings jumped them early and
held on to take a 10-point victory, despite a strong
performance from former King CJ Bruton who
landed 33 points.
But for the Kings, ecstacy turned into agony on
Saturday night when the Kings blew a half-time
lead to go down to cross-town rivals West Sydney
Razorbacks by 7 points at the State Sports Centre.
The losses to the Bullets and the Kings saw
Melbourne Tigers go to the top of the ladder after
the Tigers defeated the Slingers at the Singapore
Indoor Stadium. The Tigers are now the only
undefeated team in the competition, while the
struggling Slingers have only tasted victory once
this season.
It was a weekend to forget for the Adelaide 36ers,
going down twice; first to NZ Breakers and then to
Townsville, the Crocodiles breaking a 5-game
losing streak. Competition newcomers Gold Coast
Blaze moved into the top 8 for the first time after a
106-92 home win over Wollongong.
Another low-scoring game for Cairns Taipans, but
they were on the wrong side of the result at
Challenge Stadium with the Wildcats taking the
points.
And in the longest road trip for a domestic sporting
competition, New Zealand travelled to Singapore
and returned with the points after a comfortable
116-99 victory.
 
Played
Won
Lost
% Win
% Points
Streak
Melbourne Tigers
7
7
0
100.0
113.6
W7
Brisbane Bullets
7
6
1
85.7
111.7
W1
Sydney Kings
6
5
1
83.3
106.6
L1
Perth Wildcats
6
4
2
66.7
108.0
W2
West Sydney Razorbacks
6
4
2
66.7
102.0
W1
New Zealand Breakers
5
3
2
60.0
102.4
W3
Cairns Taipans
7
4
3
57.1
102.0
L3
Gold Coast Blaze
7
3
4
42.9
99.1
W2
Adelaide 36ers
6
2
4
33.3
94.5
L3
Townsville Crocodiles
7
2
5
28.6
92.6
W1
Wollongong Hawks
6
1
5
16.7
93.6
L1
Singapore Slingers
8
1
7
12.5
87.4
L4
South Dragons
6
0
6
0.0
92.6
L6
ALSO IN BASKETBALL:

NBL Round 1 2007/08
NBL Round 2 2007/08
NBL Round 3 2007/08
NBL Round 4 2007/08
NBL Round 5 2007/08
NBL Round 6 2007/08
NBL Round 7 2007/08
NBL Round 8 2007/08
NBL Round 9 2007/08
NBL Round 10 2007/08
NBL Round 11 2007/08
NBL Round 12 2007/08
NBL Round 13 2007/08
NBL Round 14 2007/08
NBL Round 15 2007/08
NBL Round 16 2007/08
NBL Round 17 2007/08


Photo Galleries:

Sydney Kings v Gold Cst Blaze (23/9)
Sydney Kings v Adelaide 36s (24/10)
Sydney Kings vTownsvlle Crocs(2/11)
Sydney Kings v Brisbane Bullets(7/11)
Sydney Kings v Melb Tigers (5/1/08)
Syd Kings v West S R'backs (19/1/08)
Sydney Kings v Sth Dragons (23/1/08)
Sydney Kings v Woll Hawks (30/1/08)
Sydney Kings v Sing Slingers (9/2/08)
Sydney Kings v NZ Breakers (13/2/08)