HARBOURSPORT  
 
Played
Won
Lost
% Win
% Points
Streak
Sydney Kings
17
15
2
88.24
112.00
W3
Melbourne Tigers
14
10
4
71.43
105.28
W1
Brisbane Bullets
16
11
5
68.75
107.04
W1
Gold Coast Blaze
17
10
7
58.82
103.09
W3
Cairns Taipans
16
9
7
56.25
103.66
W2
New Zealand Breakers
16
9
7
56.25
98.60
L1
Townsville Crocodiles
18
10
8
55.56
99.49
W2
Perth Wildcats
14
7
7
50.00
103.54
L2
Adelaide 36ers
14
6
8
42.86
97.59
L1
West Sydney Razorbacks
18
7
11
38.89
97.99
L3
Wollongong Hawks
15
4
11
26.67
93.14
W1
South Dragons
16
4
12
25.00
94.75
L3
Singapore Slingers
19
3
16
15.79
89.11
L2
ROUND 13:
Saturday 15th December
South Dragons v Melbourne (7.45)
Adelaide v Singapore (8.30)
Perth v Townsville (9.00)
Sunday 16th December
West Sydney v Cairns (5.00)
Sydney v Wollongong (5.00)
Brisbane v NZ Breakers (7.30)

ROUND 14:
Wednesday 19th December
Melbourne v Adelaide (7.30)
Singapore v West Sydney (10.30)
Thursday 20th December
NZ Breakers v Wollongong (5.30)
Friday 21st December
Cairns v Singapore (8.30)
Saturday 22nd December
West Sydney v Adelaide (7.30)
Brisbane v Melbourne (7.30)
Gold Coast v Singapore (8.30)
Townsville v Wollongong (9.00)
Perth v South Dragons (9.00)
NBL
ROUND 12 RESULTS
Gold Coast Blaze 127 d South Dragons 116
Wollongong Hawks 93 d Singapore Slingers 72
Sydney Kings 120 d New Zealand Breakers 100
Brisbane Bullets 120 d West Sydney Razorbacks 102
Sydney Kings 112 d Adelaide 36ers 100
Cairns Taipans 102 d West Sydney Razorbacks 95
Melbourne Tigers 86 d Perth Wildcats 79
Townsville Crocodiles 117 d Singapore Slingers 105
The round opened with a high-scoring shootout, with Gold
Coast Blaze powering into the top 4 after an entertaining
127-116 win over South Dragons. Even a club record 37 points
from Dragons' playing coach Shane Heal wasn't enough to
get his team the points, as the Blaze was able to get through
their defence to score at will. Jason Crowe led the way for
the Blaze with 33 points.
Wollongong Hawks snapped their 6-match losing streak with
a hard-fought 93-72 win over Singapore in a lacklustre match
at the Wollongong Entertainment Centre. Also ending a
losing streak in a low-scoring slog was Melbourne Tigers,
with an 86-79 comeback win over Perth Wildcats.
Ladder leaders Sydney Kings extended their lead over the
rest of the competition with another winning double, first
over the NZ Breakers away on Thursday night and then back
at home on the Saturday against Adelaide 36ers.
Brisbane's offence, particularly Ebi Ere, were again dominant
in the Bullets' 120-102 win over the Razorbacks. It was the
start of a disappointing weekend for the West Sydney side,
who again went down at Cairns Convention Centre to the
Taipans to leave the Razorbacks languishing in 10th place
and quickly falling out of finals contention.
At home on Saturday night, Townsville Crocodiles were
untroubled with a regulation 117-105 win over bottom side
Singapore Slingers.
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)