Brisbane Bullets now relies on the results to be completed on the # 39; NBL final after a 79-68 loss to Cairns Taipans Saturday.
The Bullets now have to hit New Zealand Breakers in a & # 39; finals and Adelaide hopes to lose Melbourne and Perth to go to fourth place.
Taipans, a full-fledged company and captain Alex Loughton, was driven by as many as 15 points in the third term, but had to be brought out in the last quarter to win.
Brisbane was within two points at one level and it seemed that he was going over the wooden spoons, but he did not. He can finish the job.
The Melo Trimble pencil scanner was kept relatively quietly, finishing with 23 points after the unfinished opening term.
There were 11 points in Loughton who were retiring in front of 5,000 air fans at the Cairns Convention Center. He highlighted the winning points in the games in the last minute of the game to welcome a hero.