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Melbourne United vs Perth Wildcats: Wildcats take title on the road

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17th March, 2019


Melbourne United vs Perth Wildcats

2018-19 NBL Grand Final, Game 4

Venue:Melbourne Arena, Melbourne, VIC
Melbourne United Perth Wildcats
84 SCORE 97
28 Q1 26
17 Q2 27
12 Q3 15
27 Q4 29

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Match result:

The Perth Wildcats have taken a 13-point win on the road to seal another NBL title over last year’s champs, Melbourne United.

Final score
Melbourne United 84
Perth Wildcats 97

Match preview:

Melbourne United will play host again to the Perth Wildcats for the fourth game of the NBL Grand Final Series at Melbourne Arena, Melbourne. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog from 2:20pm AEDT.

The Wildcats are currently 2-1 up in the series after a third game win at home 96-67.

If there is one thing that was noticeable from Game 3 of this series, is that Terrico White went absolutely ballistic.

He scored almost a third of the Wildcats points, 31 of them with a two-point average of 50 per cent and a three-point average of 70 per cent. He also got seven rebounds.


So keeping Terrico quiet could make a massive difference to the final score of this match.

Another interesting stat from game 3 is that Melbourne’s three-point percentage was at only 14 while Perth’s was at 48.

I don’t expect many changes to either side for the match.

This series has been all home team so far and sadly it will probably stay that way. The crowds are giving the home team such a push in this series.

Melbourne by 10

Join The Roar for live scores and a blog from 2:20pm AEDT.

Tip-Off: 2:20pm (AEDT)
Venue: Melbourne Arena, Melbourne
TV: Fox Sports, Nine Network
Betting: Melbourne United $1.51, Perth Wildcats $2.56

Melbourne United
Point Guard: Casper Ware
Shooting Guard: Mitch McCarron
Small Forward: D.J Kennedy
Power Forward: David Barlow
Centre: Josh Boone
Bench: Alex Pledger, Chris Goulding, Tohi Smith-Milner, Craig Moller, Peter Hooley, Sam McDaniel, Sam Short, Jenky Vois, Daniel Trist


Perth Wildcats
Point guard: Damien Martin
Shooting guard: Bryce Cotton
Small forward: Terrico White
Power forward: Nick Kay
Centre: Angus Brandt
Bench: Mitch Norton, Greg Hire, Jesse Wagstaff, Clint Steindl, Tom Jervis, Rhys Vague, Kyle Bowen, Wani Swaka Lo Buluk

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