|Game Info||9 Humber vs. 1 Sheridan|
|Date||Wed. Nov. 7|
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|Series Record||Humber trails, 47-54|
|Last Meeting||W, 100-98 OT (1/25/18)|
No. 9 Humber men's basketball (4-0, 1st West) will conclude its two-game homestand Wednesday evening when No. 1 Sheridan (3-1, 2nd West) visits the North Campus Gym. Tipoff is set for 8 p.m. and will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network.
Last Time Out
A game-high 25 points from Jaylan Morgan led Humber to a win over Lambton (1-2, 7th West) in its 2018 home opener, 102-96. The Hawks shot a season-high 52.6 per cent (41-of-78) from the floor.
The Humber/Sheridan game – considered by many as the fiercest rivalry in the CCAA – resumes Wednesday for the 103rd regular-season edition. Since 2000, these two programs have combined for 13 provincial championships and 26 combined titles since 1967.
In postseason play, Humber owns a 12-4 (.750) record against the Bruins, including a 55-51 win in the 2001 CCAA national title game.
- After winning the Dawson Classic and Wayne Allison Fall Showdown, the Bruins began the 2018 season as the top-ranked program in the nation.
- Trailing by as many as 21 points in the first half against Redeemer (2-2, 6th West), the Bruins comeback fell short, dropping the game, 112-109.
- Through four games, Sheridan is averaging a league-best 122.3 PPG.
- All-time, the Bruins are 23-29.
Leading by 12 after 30 minutes of play, Humber's foul trouble allowed Sheridan to chip away at the lead. A buzzer-beater prayer from the Bruins tied the game and forced overtime. In the extra frame, DeQuon Cascart took over the game, hitting four big free throws before stealing an in-bound pass to ice the game.
Home Is Where the Heart Is
All-time, Humber owns a 29-23 (.558) record against the Bruins at the North Campus Gym, winning eight of their last 11 meetings.
No. 9 Humber will begin a two-game road trip starting Nov. 14 at Conestoga (0-4, 11th West). Tipoff is set for 8 p.m.