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NBL Preview (Round 11)

NBL Preview (Round 11)

Augusta Airs (6-9) v Canterbury Rams (10-5) (Live Streamed via NZ Herald)

When:                     Thursday, May 19, 7pm

Where:                    TSB Stadium, New Plymouth

Referees:                Dallas Pickering, Nick Naylor, Sam Pan

Last meeting:        Rams 95-92 (May 1, 2016), At TSB Stadium, New Plymouth

Notes 

Taranaki will try to keep their playoff hopes alive when they host the second placed Canterbury Rams. The Airs can make the semi finals if they finish with the same record of 9-9 as the Rangers and Giants, and then defeat the Rangers by three or more points. The Rams meanwhile have a chance to win the regular season title which they have done twice before (1987, 93). The season series between the two is split, the Rams beating the Airs by 13 in the last meeting. McKenzie Moore had 21 points and nine assists in the last game between them, and is almost certain to take out the assist title averaging nearly two and a half more than second place. The Airs finally ended their five game losing streak with a three point win over the Sharks. Taranaki have struggled at home losing five of seven.

 

James Blond Supercity Rangers (9-6) v Augusta Airs (6-9)

When: Friday, May 20, 7pm

Where: ASB Stadium, Whangarei

Referees: Tim Brown, Ryan Jones, Hayden Pipe

Last meeting: Rangers 84-79 (April 10, 2016), At TSB Stadium, New Plymouth

Notes

The Rangers play their final game at home and can clinch a playoff spot if they beat the Airs. It has been a competitive series between the two teams, the Airs winning by nine in their first game of the season and then the Rangers won by five. Rangers guard Eric Devendorf continues to lead the league in scoring at 27.4 per game. In the two games against Taranaki, Devendorf is averaging 29.5 points. Both teams play the complete opposite in terms of pace, the Rangers playing at one of the fastest averaging a league high 97.4 points, but also allowing a league most 97.0 per game. Taranaki play at a much slower pace, averaging a league low 81.0 points, but also averaging a league low 78.6 points.

 

Mike Pero Nelson Giants (8-8) v Indigo Hawks (0-15)

When: Saturday, May 21, 7pm

Where: Trafalgar Centre, Nelson

Referees: Yalla Edwards, Sean Cronin, Elliot Duncan

Last meeting: Giants 107-83 (April 9, 2016), At Trafalgar Centre, Nelson

Notes

The Giants will keep their slim playoff hopes alive when they host the Hawks, who continue to struggle, losing by an average margin of 17.7 points this season. Nelson need to win both games and hope either the Sharks or the Rangers to lose their remaining games. Traditionally Nelson have been strong at home, but this season have struggled winning only three of seven and one of their last four. The Giants did beat the Hawks by 24, Ray Cowells had 34 in the win and in the two games is averaging 30.5 points.  Cowells is averaging 25.8 points, over ten more points than the Hawks leading scorer Kareem Johnson (15.6). Hawks continue to struggle defensively allowing a league high 97.0 points at 51% from the field. Giants have not been great either defensively, allowing 91 points per game.

Canterbury Rams (10-5) v Wellington Saints (11-3) (Live Stream via NZ Herald)

When:                     Saturday, May 21, 7pm

Where:                    Cowles Stadium, Christchurch

Referees:                Dallas Pickering, Gavin Zimmerman, Matt Bathurst

Last meeting:        Rams 97-72 (April 15, 2016), At TSB Bank Arena, Wellington

Notes 

The Rams host the Saints in a top of the table, and they also have a chance to win the series meetings which could determine who will finish where. If the Saints defeat the Rams then they will clinch the regular season title which will be the seventh regular season title. Last week the Rams franchise clinched their first playoff berth since returning into the league in 2014 and the last time they were in the playoffs was 2002. The Rams have won three of the last four meetings against the Saints, including a 25 point win in the last meeting which was the worst loss of the season for Wellington. The match up of the contest will be between McKenzie Moore and Torrey Craig, both top contenders to take the MVP honour. Wellington are currently on a six game winning streak, their last lost coming at the hands of the Rams.

 

SIT Zerofees Sharks (9-7) v Wellington Saints (11-3)

When: Sunday, May 22, 3pm

Where: ILT Stadium, New Plymouth

Referees: Melony Wealleans, Raewyn Willocks, Leon Demetriades

Last meeting: Saints 84-72 (April 25, 2016), At TSB Bank Arena, Wellington

Notes

The Sharks have an opportunity to clinch a playoff spot if they can win over the Saints, who will be coming off a game the night before. The Sharks have won four of the last five, including their last home game which went into overtime. If the Sharks do win then they will have clinched their fourth successive semi-final and an opportunity to defend their title at home. If Wellington beat the Rams the night before then they have a chance to win their eighth in a row.  Southland will play their final two games at home which is ideal preparation before the playoffs. Sharlks welcomed back point guard Mitch Norton, who scored 26 against the Airs last week. Norton will go head to head with fellow ANBL player Shea Ili who is currently second in the league in assists at six per game.

 

Pledger wins Player of the Week for Round 10

Alex Pledger claims Round Ten player of the week for his performance against the Mike Pero Nelson Giants. With playoff spots on the line, Pledger stepped up with 17 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks in the 91-85 win. Pledger continues to lead the league in rebounds (11.7) and is third in blocks (1.6).

The Wellington Saints had two important road wins to secure their ninth straight semi-final appearance. Last year’s MVP, Torrey Craig continued his great season with 30 points, nine rebounds and seven assists in the win over the Rangers. Benny Anthony also got in on the action against the Rangers with a season high 26 points, also shooting 4/5 from the three point line. The Saints were led by Dion Prewster in the win over Taranaki, scoring 27.

McKenzie Moore grabbed the first triple-double since 2014, tallying 19 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in the win over the Indigo Hawks. Moore is currently averaging 20.8 points (5th), 8.4 assists (1st), 5.9 rebounds and 3.4 steals (1st).

The Augusta Airs finally ended their five game losing streak with a 88-85 win over the Sharks. Tony Tolovae stepped up big, starting in place of Marcus Johnson with 21 points on 6/7 shooting.

Point guard Houston O’Riley tallied 25 points, six assists and five rebounds in the victory, giving the Airs and outside chance of still making the playoffs.

Round 10 Scores

1

Nick

Kay

SIT Zerofees Sharks

Augusta Airs

37

2

Alex

Pledger

SIT Zerofees Sharks

Mike Pero Nelson Giants

36

3

Benny

Anthony Jr

Wellington Saints

James Blond Supercity Rangers

31

3

Torrey

Craig

Wellington Saints

James Blond Supercity Rangers

31

5

McKenzie

Moore

Canterbury Rams

Indigo Hawks

30

5

Daniel

Miller

Augusta Airs

Wellington Saints

30

7

Dion

Prewster

Wellington Saints

Augusta Airs

28

8

Kareem

Johnson

Indigo Hawks

Canterbury Rams

26

8

Mitch

Norton

SIT Zerofees Sharks

Augusta Airs

26

8

Tony

Tolovae

Augusta Airs

SIT Zerofees Sharks

26


 

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