Express move into first place

 

 
 
 

Playing before a crowd of 2,800 at Caesars Windsor Colosseum, the Windsor Express didn’t disappoint, delivering an 86-78 verdict over the London Lightning in Wednesday’s National Basketball League of Canada game.

Quinnel Brown and Stefan Bonneau led the way for Windsor (20-7), which moved into first place with the victory. Each scored 21 points. Darren Duncan netted 14 points, Chris Commons scored 11 and Kevin Loiselle pulled down a game-high 14 rebounds.

Tony Bennett led 18-7 London with 23 points. Marvin Phillips added 17 and Elvin Mims scored 12 points.

 
 
 
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