Cavs in town on Sunday

Leopards will look for their first victory in six games against Thames Valley Cavaliers when the teams meet at the Brentwood Centre, at 4pm on Sunday.
Cavaliers go into Thursday’s “home” game in Manchester (and I’m sure there’s a story behind that) sitting fourth in the table with a 14-8 record. Robert Banks’ team have had an impressive first season in Division One, and look a good bet to get home court advantage in the play-offs.
The Uxbridge-based side have been a thorn in the side for Leopards since we met for the first last season, winning all three games on their way to promotion. We have travelled to west London twice this season, losing 114-105 in the Trophy back in September before going down 97-80 in the league just before Christmas.
That win the Trophy proved to be Cavs’ only win in the group stage while in the National Cup they won 81-60 against Division Three high-flyers University of Chester before defeating Division Two champs Liverpool 98-92 on the road but went out in the quarter-finals with a 93-89 home loss against Solent.