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Friday January 4th, 2013

Posted at 8:07am

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The Montreal Jazz enjoyed victory for the first time in 18 games this season, stopping the Windsor Express 104-98.  Despite 42 points in the fourth quarter, Windsor  couldn’t close the gap and dropped the first of three straight games in Montreal.

 The Express took a 25-17 lead after the first quarter, but saw that advantage dwindle away in the second, being outscored 27-17 and going into the locker room down 46-42 at halftime.

Darren Duncan led the charge for Windsor with 24 points and 7 assists. Player of the Week, Chris Commons had 20 points and Kevin Loiselle scored a double-double with 17 points and 11 boards, playing in his home town.

The Express and Jazz tip-off tomorrow and Saturday night at 7pm.

The Express next play at home on January 18th against last year’s runner-up champions, Halifax Rainmen at 7pm.

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