NBL 2014/15 Round 13: Worthington, United da…

View image | gettyimages.com Coming off back to back to back overtime games, Melbourne United have finally broken the tight schedule with an 82-68 victory over the Sydney Kings at the Qantas Credit Union Arena in Sydney on Friday night. With huge repercussions on the line in this contest, mainly the fact that the Kings had the ability to close the gap on Melbourne for the final playoff spot; United were able to close out a gutsy performance on the road in which all 10 United players did their job.

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