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Saturday April 25th, 2015

Posted at 9:10am

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The NBL Finals is down to a best of three, after the Windsor Express took home court advantage back with a 109-105 victory over the Halifax Rainmen in Game 4 on Friday night.

With the series knotted up at 2-2, the Express win means a Game 6 back at the WFCU Centre on Tuesday, April 28th.

Windsor held an 85-75 lead heading into the fourth quarter, but Halifax fought back, tying the game at 93-93 after a Kevin Young layup.

With the score 95-95, Jamarcus Ellis nailed two clutch free throws in relief of Quinnel Brown, who was hurt on the play, pushing the Express ahead by two with 2:44 left.

Brown returned to the game a few seconds later.

Ellis would later drop two more free throws, putting Windsor ahead by three with 17 seconds left.

The final game of the series in Halifax is Game 5 on Sunday, April 26th at 1pm.

Express fans are invited to cheer the team on at their official viewing party at Walkerville Brewery at 525 Argyle Road starting at 6pm.

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