HARBOURSPORT  
 
Played
Won
Lost
% Win
% Points
Streak
Sydney Kings
18
16
2
88.89
111.75
W4
Melbourne Tigers
15
11
4
73.33
105.67
W2
Brisbane Bullets
17
12
5
70.59
108.46
W2
Cairns Taipans
17
10
7
58.82
104.67
W3
Gold Coast Blaze
17
10
7
58.85
103.09
W3
Perth Wildcats
15
8
7
53.33
103.71
W1
New Zealand Breakers
17
9
8
52.94
96.89
L2
Townsville Crocodiles
19
10
9
52.63
99.25
L1
Adelaide 36ers
15
7
8
46.67
99.53
W1
West Sydney Razorbacks
19
7
12
36.84
97.17
L4
Wollongong Hawks
16
4
12
25.00
93.13
L1
South Dragons
17
4
13
23.53
94.47
L4
Singapore Slingers
20
3
17
15.00
88.38
L3
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)

ROUND 15:
Wednesday 26th December
South Dragons v Adelaide (7.30)
Thursday 27th December
Melbourne v Cairns (7.30)
Friday 28th December
Wollongong v Townsville (7.30)
West Sydney v Brisbane (8.00)
Saturday 29th December
Sydney v NZ Breakers (7.30)
Brisbane v Gold Coast (8.00)
Perth v Melbourne (9.00)
NBL
ROUND 13 RESULTS
Perth Wildcats 80 d Townsville Crocodiles 75
Melbourne Tigers 98 d South Dragons 88
Adelaide 36ers 104 d Singapore Slingers 77
Cairns Taipans 105 d West Sydney Razorbacks 86
Sydney Kings 99 d Wollongong Hawks 92
Brisbane Bullets 125 d New Zealand Breakers 93
Only six games were played in round 13, with no Wednesday
night game played. The first match at Challenge Stadium was
a low-scoring slog, with the lead see-sawing through the
night. In the end, it was the 26 points of Shawn Redhage that
was the difference between the two sides as the Wildcats
took out a 80-75 win over Townsville.
Melbourne Tigers were the hottest of favourites to take out
the Victorian derby against South Dragons. In the end the
Tigers got up, but it was far from a cakewalk as the Dragons
continued to defend tightly and refused to let the Tigers run
away to a big win. Chris Anstey led the way for the Tigers
with 36 points, while Dave Barlow landed 25.
A virtuoso display from Adam Ballinger was the catalyst for
Adelaide 36ers' comfortable 104-77 win over the struggling
Singapore Slingers. An amazing 46 points and 10 rebounds
from Ballinger ensured the 36ers' finals hopes are still very
much alive.
The West Sydney Razorbacks' promising start to the season
has all disappeared now, and the dismal mid-season run
continued when the Pigs were comfortably beaten 105-86 by
Cairns Taipans, the Razorbacks' 4th loss in a row.
Sydney Kings hosted traditional rivals Wollongong and were
expected to win comfortably. But the Hawks hung in there
early, and it took until close to half time for the Kings to
establish a lead. Import Dontaye Draper was best for the
Kings, but although the leader leaders ended up taking the
game it wasn't a convincing performance.
The offence of the Brisbane Bullets was again dominant as
the Bullets ran a 125-93 win over the NZ Breakers. Ebi Ere
with 42 points again led all scorers, as the Bullets continued
their high-scoring run.