HARBOURSPORT  
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)

ROUND 17:
Wednesday 9th January
Wollongong v Sydney (7.30)
Cairns v Perth (8.30)
Thursday 10th January
NZ Breakers v Gold Coast (5.30)
Saturday 12th January
Melbourne v West Sydney (7.30)
Brisbane v Cairns (8.00)
Adelaide v Sydney (8.30)
Perth v Gold Coast (9.00)
Townsville v NZ Breakers (9.00)
Sunday 13th January
Singapore v Wollongong (8.00)

All times shown are Sydney time.
NBL
ROUND 15 RESULTS
Adelaide 36ers 119 d South Dragons 114
Melbourne Tigers 98 d Cairns Taipans 89
Wollongong Hawks 96 d Townsville Crocodiles 74
West Sydney Razorbacks 110 d Brisbane Bullets 105
Brisbane Bullets 107 d Gold Coast Blaze 97
Melbourne Tigers 107 d Perth Wildcats 106
Sydney Kings 103 d New Zealand Breakers 94
Boxing Day at Vodafone Arena saw a bumper crowd in
attendance, but the locals were to go home disappointed
after South Dragons were consigned to their 6th straight
defeat. It was a high-scoring, entertaining shootout between
Adelaide's Adam Ballinger and the Dragons' Cortez Groves
with 29 and 26 points respectively, but in the end it was
Adelaide who landed critical baskets when it mattered to
take home the victory.
Melbourne Tigers had a solid weekend to move into second
spot, first defeating Cairns 98-89 at home, then backing up
with a trip to Perth for a thrilling 1-point victory over the
Wildcats when Sean Lampley scored the winning point from
the free throw stripe with just 1.7 seconds left on the clock.
It's been a season to forget for Wollongong, but for one
night the Hawks turned back the clock with a performance to
warm the heart of their long-suffering supporters. Their
defence, so often leaking points this season, was rock-solid
to help the Illawarra side to a 96-74 victory.
Another team showing a rare glimpse of form at home after
a disappointing season to date was the West Sydney
Razorbacks, with the Pigs scoring a remarkable
come-from-behind 110-105 win over Brisbane to knock the
Bullets out of the top 2. But the Bullets were to bounce back
at the Brisbane Convention Centre on Saturday night with a
10-point win over Gold Coast.
The final match of the round went into overtime, with New
Zealand looking set for a shock win on the road against top
side Sydney Kings before the Sydney side rallied to take the
game into extra time, then dominating the additional period
of play to take out a 9-point victory.
 
Played
Won
Lost
% Win
% Points
Streak
Sydney Kings
19
17
2
89.47
111.63
W5
Melbourne Tigers
19
14
5
73.68
105.75
W3
Brisbane Bullets
20
14
6
70.00
107.62
W1
Gold Coast Blaze
19
11
8
57.89
102.48
L1
Perth Wildcats
17
9
8
52.94
105.00
L1
Cairns Taipans
19
10
9
52.63
103.42
L2
New Zealand Breakers
19
10
9
52.63
96.86
L1
Townsville Crocodiles
21
11
10
52.38
98.73
L1
Adelaide 36ers
19
9
10
47.37
99.69
W2
West Sydney Razorbacks
21
9
12
42.86
97.21
W1
Wollongong Hawks
18
5
14
26.32
94.67
W1
South Dragons
19
4
15
21.05
93.92
L6
Singapore Slingers
23
4
19
17.39
89.16
L1
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)