Central Division (NBL Canada)

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Central Division
League National Basketball League of Canada
Sport Basketball
Inaugural season 2012–13 NBL Canada season
No. of teams 4
Most recent champion(s) Windsor Express (2015)
Most titles Windsor Express (2 titles)

The Central Division is one of the two divisions in the National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC). The division consists of four teams, the Brampton A's, the London Lightning, the Mississauga Power, and the Windsor Express.

Seasons[edit]

2012-13[edit]

The London Lightning won the inaugural Central Division title with a 33-7 division record.[1]

2013-14[edit]

Following the 2012-13 season, the Montreal Jazz switched divisions from central to Atlantic but before the season started, the NBL Board of Governors announced that the Montreal Jazz would sit out the 2013-14 NBL Canada season after failing to secure new ownership. [2] The expansion team, the Brampton A's and the Ottawa SkyHawks, were placed in the Central Division. The Windsor Express won the Central Division with a league best 29-11 record.

2014-15[edit]

The Central Division was reduced to four teams with the folding of the Ottawa SkyHawks. The Windsor Express repeated as Central Division champions with a league best 21-11 record.

Standings[edit]

# Central Division
Team W L PCT GB Div GP
1 y-Windsor Express 29 11 .718 -- 22- 9 40
2 x-Brampton A's 27 13 .667 2.0 18-13 40
3 x-London Lightning 23 17 .590 5.0 17-14 40
4 Ottawa SkyHawks 21 19 .539 7.0 16-15 40
5 x-Mississauga Power 10 30 .250 18.5 5-27 40


Notes

  • y – Clinched division title
  • x – Clinched playoff spot

Division Winners[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up
2012–13 London Lightning Windsor Express
2013–14 Windsor Express Brampton A's

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