KW vs Windsor - Head-to-Head

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WINDSOR WIN SEASON SERIES 6-1

January 10, 2017 - Windsor wins 114-108 @ The Aud

Quinnel Brown led all scorers with 27 points and Warren Ward added 20 while Brandan Kearney had what could be considered a breakout game shooting 16 points shooting 5-6 from distance. Ricky Tarrant was the leading scorer for the Titans with 20 points shooting 50% from the field 6-12 and a perfect 8 for 8 from the free throw line.

January 13, 2017 - Windsor wins 114-108 @ WFCU Centre

A pair of double doubles was the difference make with Maurice Jones leading in the scoring department with 22 points to go along with his 13 assists while Quinnel Brown added 21 points and 11 rebounds.AJ Davis had 24 for the Titans.

January 20, 2017 - KW wins 88-86 @ WFCU Centre

After trailing for much of the contest, the KW Titans battled back late in the fourth where Adam Blazek hit a floater to give the Titans am 88-86 lead with 4.6 seconds left on the clock. This would be all that was needed as the Titan pick up their first ever win in Windsor. AJ Davis had 19 for KW while Wally Ellenson led the Express with 20.

February 8, 2017 - EXPRESS wins 93-90 @ Caesar's Windsor - Clash at the Colosseum

After a competitive opening two quarters that saw the Express take a 4 point lead into the halftime break 43 -39, both teams battling back and forth with neither team able to take control of the game in the third frame. For the first time in the game, both teams shot over 50% in a quarter. With both teams taking 18 shots, the only thing that separated the two teams was the fact that the Titans scored two more baskets, which allowed them to take the lead at the end of the quarter at 68-67. The statistical story had both teams dominating in vital categories, with the Titans holding a huge lead in the rebounding, while the Express passed the ball well to lead in assists by a wide margin. The fourth quarter was very competitive with both teams going at each other hard and neither team able to take control of the game. With 3 minutes left the score was tied at 85 and neither team giving an inch. Wide open three point shots by Warren Ward and Wally Ellenson, gave the Express a lead from which the Titans did not recover. The Titans did fight back and had a shot at the end to tie it, but if fell short and the Express came away with a 3 point victory. A pleasant surprise for the Titans was Jason Calliste, who, in his first game, tied for the lead in points with 19. Matching Calliste was Ricky Tarrant and one point behind those two was Cavell Johnson. Quinnel Brown was the top scorer for the Express with 19.

February 12, 2017

Windsor wins 85-74 @ WFCU Centre

Windsor delivered their best defensive performance of the season and were the proud owners of a three game winning streak, their longest of the year. Juan Pattillo took the game over in the fourth quarter where he had five points, two rebounds and went 2-4 from the field in the final twelve minutes of the game. He finished with 14 points, nine rebounds and two assists and one of five Express players to score in double digits. Adam Blazek scored 17 points for Kitchener-Waterloo.

March 25, 2017

Windsor wins 96-82 @ The Aud

DeAndre Thomas was near-perfect, shooting 10 of 11 from the field and making all three of his free-throw attempts, to score 23 points for the Express, who have now won 10 of their last 12 contests. Windsor's Juan Pattillo contributed 18 points and a game-high eight boards, while Ed Horton scored 13 points to lead five KW players in double-figures. The Express held a slight edge in several team stat categories, including rebounding (45 to 44) and assists (19 to 18), as well as field-goal (48.2 to 45.6) and free-throw percentage (64.7 to 63.2). KW never led and found itself in chase mode after falling behind 20-10 early. A late 7-1 run pulled the Titans to within two points, 91-89, with just under a minute to play, but they would not score again and a bucket by Thomas closed things out for the visitors.

April 29, 2017

Windsor wins 111-101 @ The Aud

The Express came flying out of the gates, starting the game on a 24-10 run. Kitchener-Waterloo battled their way back within six points after the first quarter. The Titans once again fell behind big early in the next quarter, trailing 41-25 just a few minutes in. But another strong K-W run pulled them within six points heading to the break. Warren Ward heated up for Windsor in the first half scoring 18 points, with 12 of them coming off three-pointers. In the 3rd quarter, the Titans once again struggled in the opening minutes, but found a groove and took their first lead since the opening minutes on a three-pointer from Adam Wing. They’d grow the lead to as many as four points. With 30 seconds left, Blazek drilled a three-ball to make it 100-95 Windsor, however the Express would make their free throws down the stretch, and went on to seal the deal. Juan Pattillo dominated the game, finishing with 22 points and 16 rebounds. The Express controlled the game on the glass, pulling down 17 offensive rebounds compared to K-W’s 9. They turned those 17 boards into 12 points. George Blakeney did all he could on the boards for the Titans, finishing with a team-high 13 rebounds.





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