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Sport Perth dump 36ers to reclaim second spot

20:53  02 february  2018
20:53  02 february  2018 Source:   msn.com

Bullets down Adelaide in NBL upset

  Bullets down Adelaide in NBL upset Adelaide's seven-match winning streak in the NBL has been ended by the Brisbane Bullets.After a season littered with heart-breaking losses the Bullets finally found a way to get to the finish line first, in the process ending the club's seven-game losing streak and halting Adelaide's run of seven straight wins.

The Perth Wildcats rediscovered their best form to demolish the Adelaide 36 ers 111-90 in a fiery contest at the Perth Arena on Friday night that ended in a brawl, including both benches. Some of the Wildcats players didn't like the treatment that development player Lochlan Cummings received from

The Adelaide 36 ers have put on a clinic, crushing the Illawarra Hawks 112-93 in Wollongong.Second-placed Adelaide's victory was their seventh straight and 15th in 23 games, effectively Perth dump 36 ers to reclaim second spot . NBL leaders United hold off dogged Bullets.

Lucas Walker of the Wildcats (right) competes with Mitchell Creek of the 36ers during the Round 17 NBL game between the Perth Wildcats and the Adelaide 36ers.© AAP Image Lucas Walker of the Wildcats (right) competes with Mitchell Creek of the 36ers during the Round 17 NBL game between the Perth Wildcats and the Adelaide 36ers.

The NBL finals must be getting close.

The Perth Wildcats rediscovered their best form to demolish the Adelaide 36ers 111-90 in a fiery contest at the Perth Arena on Friday night that ended in a brawl, including both benches.

Some of the Wildcats players didn't like the treatment that development player Lochlan Cummings received from Brendan Teys when he made his first NBL basket with less than a second left on the clock.

As a result, Cats Lucas Walker and Dexter Kernich-Drew and 36ers Teys and Shannon Shorter were ejected from the game.

Glory beat 10-man Wanderers in A-League

  Glory beat 10-man Wanderers in A-League Perth Glory have put themselves back in finals contention by beating Western Sydney Wanderers 3-1 in a dramatic A-League clash at nib Stadium.The game couldn't have started in more dramatic fashion on Sunday night, with the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) awarding a penalty to Perth in the seventh minute and a red card to Western Sydney's Keanu Baccus.

The Adelaide 36 ers will appeal captain Brendan Teys' two-match suspension after coach Joey Wright said his team was not the instigator in Friday night's ugly fourth-quarter melee against the Perth Wildcats. Gleeson: Wildcats are back in mix. Perth dump 36 ers to reclaim second spot .

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