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Enabu stars as slick Oilers take Canons to school - Nov 12, 2016


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With 1:24 left on the clock in the second quarter, Wal Madol (G)'s stray elbow caught Kami Kabange (201-F/C) leaving the City Oilers' center with four stitches to his forehead. Despite the UCU Canons players later apologizing, the Oilers seemed to react to that moment with a siege mentality as they used a 22-12 third quarter run for an 87-73 victory at the Lugogo MTN Arena. Jimmy Enabu (183-G-88) led the onslaught with a game high 30 points for the Oilers 'I was feeling the shot. As a player, I just feel more motivated especially with the past international competitions,' the Oilers guard after the game. The three time defending champions can now clinch the best of five series with victory on Sunday having also won game one 70-54. After opening up an 11-point lead at the end of the third quarter, the Oilers got their biggest lead after Kabange's free-throw gave them an 80-63 advantage with under three minutes left in the final period. Enabu's backcourt partner Ben Komakech who now seems to have prevailed over his knee problems added a further 18 points with Kabange contributing 16 and Landry Ndikumana 12 to underline their superiority. 'We played a bit of individual basketball. So we were not able to move the ball as well as we normally do,' UCU's Stephen Wundi said afterwards. The guard who was a revelation in last year's final has not been as pivotal but led the Canons with 16 points in addition to 10 he got in the first game. 'But like we showed in the previous series that we can fight back because we know this might be our last game,' he added.
In the women's game, champions UCU Lady Canons are also one win away from a return to the final after a 67-61 victory gave them a 2-0 series lead over A1 Challenge in their best of five series.
Courtesy of: monitor.co.ug

  



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