Sport Adelaide's Creek shoots Kings down in NBL

13:50  13 january  2018
13:50  13 january  2018 Source:   MSN

Wildcats beat Kings to stay top of NBL

  Wildcats beat Kings to stay top of NBL The Sydney Kings comeback falls short as Perth Wildcats close out a tight win on the road providing the best tonic after their loss to Adelaide two days ago.The Wildcats crashed in the fourth quarter of a 97-86 loss in Adelaide on Thursday night, but stood up when it counted against a Kings outfit desperate to earn just their sixth win of a disappointing season.

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Adelaide ' s Mitch Creek has kept his side on track for the NBL finals, spoiling Kevin Lisch's long-awaited return for Sydney. Creek , who didn't take a field-goal attempt in Thursday's win over Cairns, hit 10 of 11 on Saturday evening as the 36ers scored a 105-101 away victory over the Kings .

A 30-point haul from Mitch Creek has helped Adelaide to a 105-101 away win over Sydney and a fifth-straight NBL win to consolidate a top-four spot.© Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images A 30-point haul from Mitch Creek has helped Adelaide to a 105-101 away win over Sydney and a fifth-straight NBL win to consolidate a top-four spot. Adelaide's Mitch Creek has kept his side on track for the NBL finals, spoiling Kevin Lisch's long-awaited return for Sydney.

Creek, who didn't take a field-goal attempt in Thursday's win over Cairns, hit 10 of 11 on Saturday evening as the 36ers scored a 105-101 away victory over the Kings.

It was Adelaide's fifth-straight win and kept them within touch of the three teams above them on the ladder.

Creek made a three-point play to break a 97-97 stalemate in a game featuring numerous lead changes.

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Adelaide ' s Mitch Creek has kept his side on track for the NBL finals, spoiling Kevin Lisch's long-awaited return for Sydney. Creek , who didn't take a field-goal attempt in Thursday's win over Cairns, hit 10 of 11 on Saturday evening as the 36ers scored a 105-101 away victory over the Kings .

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Guard and two-time NBL MVP Lisch, who was playing his first game in almost three months due to a calf injury, entered the game off the bench in the first quarter.

He was fouled out late in the game having tallied seven points and four rebounds, making two of his seven field-goal shots.

For Adelaide, Daniel Johnson scored 22 and Shannon Shorter 20.

Former Adelaide star Jerome Randle top scored for Sydney with 22 followed by Brad Newley with 21.

Former Kings fan favourite Josh Childress finished with six points for Adelaide, hitting a couple of buckets in the last five minutes.

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