The Guelph Nighthawks find themselves in a bit of a rut after losing their third straight game in a 99-89 contest against the Edmonton Stingers on Saturday.
The Nighthawks only have a single win in their last 10 games.
Saturday’s loss to the Stingers is their second in a row after parting ways with Tarry Upshaw as the team’s head coach and general manager on July 1.
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Olu Famutimi had 20 points for the Nighthawks, while Joel Kindred added 14 in front of the home crowd at the Sleeman Centre.
The Nighthawks sit in second-to-last place in the Canadian Elite Basketball League and return to action on Thursday with a rematch against the Stingers in Edmonton.
Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.