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Bulls hand Warriors 2nd loss


Bulls hand Warriors 2nd loss

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AND WARRIORS thought last season was bad.
Newly-acquired reserve Kenny Matthews scored 14 points off the bench, including the game-winning trey in extra time as a new look Clapham Bulls kept Warriors winless following a 60-57 overtime victory in Saturday’s Premier League basketball action at the Wildey Gym.
It’s the second loss in as many games for the perennial playoff side that haven’t started a season 0-2 in recent memory – not even during last year’s suspension-riddled season where five key players  received bans.
But this latest defeat comes on the heels of Tuesday’s unimpressive season-opener against Pinelands in a game that Warriors barely mustered 40 points in 40 minutes.