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Preview: Bristol Flyers v London Lions

Bristol Flyers v London Lions
BBL Championship 
SGS WISE Arena
Saturday, February 25th 2017 (7.30pm)

Watch LIVE on LiveBasketball.TV.

Bristol Flyers look to claim the season series against the London Lions in front of a sellout crowd at the WISE Arena on Saturday night (7.30pm)
All of the key information on Saturday’s opponents can be found below.

LONDON LIONS
Lions come into Saturday’s game off the back of an eight point defeat to the Worcester Wolves away from home - Lions have struggled of late, but their poor form is not a true reflection of the London-based side, who will be hoping for a top four finish at teh end of the season.

HEAD COACH
Nigel Lloyd - Lloyd took over as head coach in 2015 and guided the Lions to a sixth-placed finish last season. A recent head coach of the Barbados national team, Lloyd is no stranger to winning in the BBL as a former league MVP during his playing career.

ONE TO WATCH
Rashad Hassan - The American forward is second in the league in scoring, averaging 19.6 points pr game - Hassan had a game-high 24 points in the team’s first meeting of the season.

FORM
Bristol Flyers - WLWLL
London Lions - LWLWL

OFFICIALS
Taking charge of Saturday’s game will be Eduard Uydanskyy, Darren Bolt and Ian Spearman.

WATCH LIVE
Saturday’s game will be streamed LIVE online via the league’s official subscription partner, LiveBasketball.TV - Click here to sign up NOW!

DID YOU KNOW
Rashad Hassan of the London Lions has made more field goals than any other player in the league this season with 173.

LAST TIME OUT
Bristol Flyers produced a dominant display in front of the BBC Sport cameras as they recorded an emphatic 66-98 win on the road.

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