Windsor Flips The Switch On Mississauga

By Matt Dumouchelle

(WINDSOR, ON) It’s the hardest place for visitors to play in the National Basketball League of Canada.

The Windsor Express charged away with a 110-88 win over the Mississauga Power on Sunday afternoon, improving to 10-1 at the WFCU Centre this season.

The Express (16-7) were led offensively by Chris Commons, who had a game high 27 points.

Kevin Loiselle had 17 rebounds and 15 points while Darren Duncan scored 18 points and 11 dishes supported the effort by each registering double-doubles.

Windsor held a five-point lead at halftime, enlarged it to 10 after three, and blew the doors open in the final frame with a 25-13 advantage.

The Express have won seven straight on their home floor, not suffering a defeat since November 23.

The Express will face the Power for a third straight time on Wednesday, January 8 in Mississauga.

Windsor hopes to have a large crowd push them to another home victory on Saturday, January 11 when they welcome the Ottawa Skyhawks.

Tickets are available at the TekSavvy Box Office in the WFCU Centre or by phone at 1-866-969-WFCU.


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