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Brisbane Bullets vs Perth Wildcats: Perth into NBL Grand Final

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2nd March, 2019


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Brisbane Bullets vs Perth Wildcats

2018/19 NBL Finals Series, Semi Final 2: Brisbane Bullets v Perth Wildcats

Brisbane Entertainment Centre: Brisbane, Queensland
Brisbane Bullets Perth Wildcats
79 SCORE 84
20 Q1 25
21 Q2 24
21 Q3 20
17 Q4 15

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Match result:

The Perth Wildcats will host the NBL Grand Final series after knocking out the Brisbane Bullets in straight sets in their semi-final.

Final score
Brisbane Bullets 79
Perth Wildcats 84

Match preview:

The Brisbane Bullets host the Perth Wildcats in game two of the semi-finals series. Join us at The Roar from 2:50pm (AEDT) Saturday March 2 for a live blog and scores.

Brisbane will look to bounce back and even up the series at home in this second game against the Wildcats. Game 1 was a blowout from start to finish as the Wildcats ran out 30-point winners at home.

Game 1 was all about the Wildcats and their ability to outscore and out defend the Bullets at home, holding Brisbane to just 59 points for the game and just four points in the final quarter.

Perth again look to be finals bound after game 1.


Brisbane showed some fight to start the second quarter tying up the scores at halftime and then staying within shot in the third quarter, however that third-quarter surge would be their ultimate last roll of the dice for the game as Perth turned up the intensity playing some of the best defensive basketball you will see to shut the door on the Bullets.

A solid all-round performance from the Wildcats with Bryce Cotton again showing why he is one of the best to play the game in Australia right now leading with 22 points.

Cameron Bairstow was held in check for the game scoring just five points for the Bullets in what was a bad night all around for the team.

With the game heading to Brisbane for the second game of the best of three series can Brisbane turn it around enough to get even in this series or will the wounds from Game 1 still be too raw for them?

Perth will want to close out the series so they can sit at home and enjoy the second semi-final between Melbourne and Sydney.

In what should be a much better game from Brisbane thanks to the home crowd Saturday will surely be a more exciting game of basketball.

Perth though seem too strong and after the Game 1 performance, I can see them wanting to close it out and send Brisbane packing.

Perth Wildcats by 7


Join us at The Roar from 2:50pm (AEDT) Saturday March 2 for a live blog and scores.

Brisbane Bullets vs Perth Wildcats
Semi-final Game 2
Brisbane Entertainment Centre 2:50pm AEDT
Wildcats lead best of 3 series 1-0
Nine Go and Fox Sports 501
Brisbane Bullets $1.37
Perth Wildcats $3.10

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