HARBOURSPORT  
ROUND 7:
Wednesday 31st October
West Sydney 97 d Cairns 95
Thursday 1st November
NZ Breakers 127 d Brisbane 126
Friday 2nd November
Sydney 106 d Townsville 79
Saturday 3rd November
Adelaide 87 d NZ Breakers 70
Melb Tigers 84 d Townsville 74
Sunday 4th November
S Dragons 115 d Wollongong 108
Gold Coast 101 d Cairns 80
Singapore 112 d Perth 105

ROUND 8:
Wednesday 7th November
Sydney v Brisbane (7.30)
Thursday 8th November
NZ Breakers v Singapore (5.30)
Friday 9th November
Wollongong v Townsville (7.30)
Saturday 10th November
Melbourne v Sydney (7.30)
West Sydney v Gold Cst (7.30)
Sth Dragons v Townsville (7.30)
Cairns v Wollongong (8.30)
Perth v Brisbane (9.00)
Sunday 11th November
Gold Coast v NZ Breakers(5.00)
Singapore v Adelaide (8.00)
NBL
ROUND 7 RESULTS
West Sydney Razorbacks 97 d Cairns Taipans 95
New Zealand Breakers 127 d Brisbane Bullets 126
Sydney Kings 106 d Townsville Crocodiles 79
Adelaide 36s 87 d New Zealand Breakers 70
Melbourne Tigers 84 d Townsville Crocodiles 74
South Dragons 115 d Wollongong Hawks 108
Gold Coast Blaze 101 d Cairns Taipans 80
Singapore Slingers 112 d Perth Wildcats 105
The round commenced on Wednesday night, with a thriller at
the State Sports Centre. Cairns, looking to keep in touch
with the league leaders, made the early front-running; but
the Razorbacks came storming home to hit the lead in the
last quarter and take out a 2-point victory. It was the start of
a disastrous weekend for the North Queensland teams, with
the Taipans to lose again to competition newcomers Gold
Coast, a result that saw the Blaze storm into contention.
Meanwhile, Townsville were never in the hunt after being
blown away by a Mark Worthington inspired Sydney Kings
and then being defeated in a low-scoring slog by Melbourne
Tigers the next night.

After a promising start to the season, Brisbane are in
serious danger of losing touch with the ladder leaders after
the Bullets were defeated by New Zealand; the Breakers
again proving themselves capable in the close contents with
their second one-point victory at home this season.

Adelaide 36s snapped out of their 5-match losing streak
when they hosted the New Zealand Breakers on Saturday. In
a low-scoring and uninspiring contest, the 36s finally
recorded an 87-70 victory.

The even nature of the competition was underlined on
Sunday, when bottom 2 sides South Dragons and Singapore
both recorded victories. In an even contest at Vodafone, the
lead see-sawed all day between South Dragons and
Wollongong before the locals steadied at the end to take the
points. And it was all one-way traffic at Singapore Indoor
Stadium, with the embattled Slingers ending their losing
streak with an easy win over Perth Wildcats.

To see Harboursport's gallery of the Sydney Kings
v Townsvile Crocodiles match from round 7 2007,
click here.
 
Played
Won
Lost
% Win
% Points
Streak
Melbourne Tigers
9
9
0
100.0
115.2
W9
Sydney Kings
9
8
1
88.9
111.3
W3
Brisbane Bullets
9
6
3
66.7
106.4
L2
Gold Coast Blaze
9
5
4
55.6
102.5
W4
West Sydney Razorbacks
9
5
4
55.6
100.1
W1
Perth Wildcats
8
4
4
50.0
102.6
L2
Cairns Taipans
10
5
5
50.0
101.0
L2
New Zealand Breakers
9
4
5
44.4
95.6
L1
Wollongong Hawks
9
3
6
33.3
98.0
L1
Adelaide 36ers
9
3
6
33.3
95.6
W1
Townsville Crocodiles
10
3
7
30.0
91.5
L2
South Dragons
8
2
6
25.0
96.6
W2
Singapore Slingers
10
2
8
20.0
89.7
W1
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)