Sudbury Five Playoffs

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2019 National Basketball League of Canada Playoffs

The Sudbury Five made the first round of the divisional Playoffs in their inaugural season against St. John's Edge. 

Both of these Central Division teams achieved a win/loss record of 21-19 in the regular season.

After a tight best of five series, the Five fell to the Edge in the deciding game.

WIN/LOSS DATE HOME/AWAY SCORE
WIN Friday, April 5 Away 100-99
LOSS Sunday, April 7 Away 92-102
WIN Wednesday, April 10 Home 124-112
LOSS Friday, April 12 Home 104-107
LOSS Sunday April 14 Away 92-101

 

Sudbury Five news stories:

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Lyndsay Aelick’s raw, uncut extended interview with Sudbury Five basketball player Devin Gilligan.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Lyndsay Aelick’s raw, uncut extended interview with Sudbury Five basketball player Devin Gilligan.

Sudbury Five basketball team visits local college

Members of the Sudbury Five basketball team dropped by a health and wellness fair at Cambrian College in a show of support.

Members of the Sudbury Five basketball team try their hands at weather reporting with funny results.

Members of the Sudbury Five basketball team try their hands at weather reporting with funny results.

History made at Sudbury Arena

The Sudbury Five's first home game was played to a sold out crowd and fans were not disappointed. Matt Ingram reports.

CTV Northern Ontario’s Jessica Gosselin talks to VP of basketball operations for The Sudbury Five Bob Johnston about what fans can expect.

CTV Northern Ontario’s Jessica Gosselin talks to VP of basketball operations for The Sudbury Five Bob Johnston about what fans can expect.

Sudbury Five Head Coach Logan Stutz

Head Coach Logan Stutz, of the north’s first professional basketball team, Sudbury Five, talks to Tony Ryma about building the team and its inaugural season.

Introducing The Sudbury Five

Northern Ontario's first professional basketball team gears up for its home opener and introduces its team.

Sudbury Five: Marcus Lewis, Logan Stutz, and Kadeem Green

Sudbury’s new basketball team signs two players and enters into partnership with local college. Molly Frommer reports.