HARBOURSPORT  
 
Played
Won
Lost
% Win
% Points
Streak
Sydney Kings
18
16
2
88.89
111.75
W4
Brisbane Bullets
18
13
5
72.22
108.19
W1
Melbourne Tigers
17
12
5
70.59
105.82
L1
Gold Coast Blaze
18
11
7
61.11
103.23
W4
Perth Wildcats
16
9
7
56.25
105.44
W2
Cairns Taipans
18
10
8
55.56
104.17
L1
New Zealand Breakers
18
10
8
55.56
97.17
W1
Townsville Crocodiles
20
11
9
55.00
99.80
W1
Adelaide 36ers
18
8
10
44.44
99.39
W1
West Sydney Razorbacks
20
8
12
40.00
96.84
L1
South Dragons
18
4
14
22.22
93.81
L5
Wollongong Hawks
18
4
14
22.22
93.27
L3
Singapore Slingers
23
4
19
17.39
89.16
L1
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)

ROUND 16:
Monday 31st December
Cairns v Brisbane (8.30)
Townsville v Gold Coast (9.00)
Wednesday 2nd January
Melbourne v Gold Coast (7.30)
Singapore v Perth (10.30)
Friday 4th January
Wollongong v NZ Breakers (7.30)
Townsville v Sth Dragons (9.00)
Saturday 5th January
West Sydney v NZ Breakers (7.30)
Sydney v Melbourne (7.30)
Brisbane v Sth Dragons (8.00)
Perth v Adelaide (9.00)
NBL
ROUND 14 RESULTS
Melbourne Tigers 110 d Adelaide 36ers 92
West Sydney Razorbacks 113 d Singapore Slingers 99
New Zealand Breakers 105 d Wollongong Hawks 103
Singapore Slingers 93 d Cairns Taipans 89
Brisbane Bullets 112 d Melbourne Tigers 108
Perth Wildcats 108 d South Dragons 80
Gold Coast Blaze 91 d Singapore Slingers 86
Adelaide 36ers 122 d West Sydney Razorbacks 100
Townsville Crocodiles 108 d Wollongong Hawks 98
With top side Sydney Kings having a week off, 2nd spot was
up for grabs when the Brisbane Bullets hosted Melbourne
Tigers at the Brisbane Convention Centre. And the match
was a cracker, with fortunes fluctuating through the evening
before the home side held the lead as the final siren went.
Ebi Ere with 39 points and CJ Bruton with 30 led the way for
the Bullets, while Tigers' import Sean Lampley landed 24 for
the Melbourne side.
It was part of a split weekend for the Tigers after they had
earlier defeated Adelaide 36ers 110-92. Adelaide were also in
a split weekend when they bounced back to humiliate the
Razorbacks at the State Sports Centre.
Gold Coast maintained their position in the top 4, but didn't
have things all their own way as the Singapore Slingers
continued to fight and only narrowly went down by 5 points.
But the Slingers had a better time at the Cairns Convention
Centre when they stunned the Taipans by 4 points.
It was another weekend in the summer of discontent for the
Wollongong Hawks; first defeated by 2 points by New
Zealand and then by 10 points by Townsville.
In other results, the Razorbacks kept their slim finals hopes
alive with a 14-point win over bottom side Singapore, while
Perth Wildcats were far too good for the struggling South
Dragons and raced away to a 28-point win.
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)