London United won very easily on the road to Nottingham Knights in their 14th league game of the season to take their record to 10-4 an stay in contention with the leading 3 teams who have all
lost one less game.
United sprinted out of the blocks with a 16-0 run in the first quarter and the tone was set for the game as Captain Pete Deppisch nailed 5 first quarter threes in a row.
By the end of the first period United had already amassed a 20 point lead and the game was effectively over for Nottingham.
In what really felt like a practice match for United they managed to break the 100 barrier and keep Knights below 60 points with final score of 58-106.
Deppisch rained in 10 threes to top score with 30, as Reid nailed 26 and Jagodka 25.
United now face a tough home game this coming Saturday at the newly revamped court and bleacher seating at Brunel Osterley, against Kingston Wildcats who have recently added sharp shooting
American Mike Williamson to their roster.
Tip off at 6pm with tickets available on the door.