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Sport Patterson leads way for Bullets in NBL win

11:07  18 january  2020
11:07  18 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

Wildcats shoot down Hawks in NBL

  Wildcats shoot down Hawks in NBL Reigning NBL champions Perth drill 17 three-pointers as they return to form against the struggling Illawarra Hawks.The defending champions came into Friday's clash at WIN Entertainment Centre on a two-game losing streak but blew the home side away with a devastating long-range shooting display.

Patterson propels Bullets to NBL win . The Brisbane Bullets ' NBL playoff chances still have a pulse after the home side's 97-85 win against the Perth Wildcats. © Getty BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 05: Lamar Patterson of the Bullets warms up before the round 14 NBL match between

The NBL is the pre-eminent professional men's basketball league in Australia and New Zealand. The league was founded in 1979 and is currently contested by eight teams; seven from Australia and one fro.

Lamar Patterson made it his personal mission to trample the Illawarra Hawks as the Brisbane Bullets notched their third straight NBL win in a 106-77 demolition at Nissan Arena.

  Patterson leads way for Bullets in NBL win © AAP Image/David Rowland After overcoming a slow start against the league's bottom side, their victory inched the 11-11 Bullets closer to fourth-placed Melbourne United (11-10).

Consecutive wins have been difficult to achieve for Brisbane but they now have their first three-game winning sequence of the season thanks to Patterson's influence.

The import has averaged 25 points per game from his past five outings and he was again brilliant with 20 points, nine rebounds and four assists in just 24 minutes.

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The 1986 NBL Finals was the championship series of the 1986 season of Australia's National Basketball League ( NBL ) and the conclusion of the season's playoffs. The Adelaide 36ers defeated the Brisbane Bullets in three games (2-1) for the first NBL championship.

The lead changed 10 times in the third, but it was Campbell who had the final say. He buried two three-pointers in the final minute, putting the Derek Rucker (3) from an almost impossible position got the Bullets back within three with under two minutes to play, but they could get no closer as Wollongong

Many of those came in the third quarter and early in the last term when the Bullets leapt ahead with a 47-17 run.

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Patterson was one of six Bullets to score in double figures while Hawks pair Angus Glover and Todd Blanchfield finished with 18 and 17.

Splintered by injuries and down to their last import, the Hawks should have been playthings for the Bullets but they showed flinty spirit in the first quarter.

Guard Glover speared the home side from the perimeter with 10 first-quarter points to help Illawarra to an early lead.

Bullet Cameron Gliddon was just as accurate, connecting on three of four triples in the first half.

Still, the Hawks would not go away. They did not commit a personal foul in 20 minutes of basketball to ensure scores were locked 47-47 at halftime.

The Bullets could not reach the free throw line until the second minute of the third term when the Hawks had a firm grip on the game.

Patterson then single-handedly changed the course of the contest with a five-minute burst.

Angered by a contentious technical foul, the import challenged the Hawks in a one-on-one battle that yielded him 10 points in rapid time.

Bullets beat 36ers, NBL finals claims firm .
Lamar Patterson has been at his efficient, dominant best for in-form Brisbane who have put Adelaide's NBL finals hopes in disarray with a 108-99 road win.The Bullets led narrowly at the end of three evenly contested quarters before breaking the shackles and blowing the 36ers away in Saturday's fourth term at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, rollicking to their fifth-successive win.

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