Dragons bow out of the playoffs
Bradford Dragons battled resiliently but ultimately succumbed to an 81-69 road defeat against the Hemel Storm on Saturday evening.
Dragons matched the third-seeded Storm for large stretches, but a disappointing third quarter left Coach Mellor’s team with too much to do in the fourth quarter.
Winning back-to-back road playoff games was always going to be a tough ask, and to their credit, Dragons never gave up. The Dragons 2020-21 NBL Division One campaign ends at the second-round stage of the NBL Division One playoffs. :: Read More ::
Dragons advance in NBL Play Offs
Bradford Dragons clinched a narrow 74-73 road win over the 7th seeded Essex Rebels in the first round of the playoffs on Sunday afternoon.
Dragons fought hard all game long and rightfully claimed their place in the second round of the playoffs after edging a nervy final quarter.
A clutch Andreas Lycoudis three with less than 50 seconds left on the clock, proved to be the game-winning moment as the Dragons shut out the Rebels down the stretch. :: Read More ::
Dragons end regular season with defeat
Bradford Dragons dropped to an agonising 78-75 defeat against the 12-6 Team Newcastle University in NBL Division One on Sunday afternoon.
A last-second three from Brandon Federici sealed a last gasp victory for the visitors, who scored eight straight points to end the game.
The Dragons finish a difficult regular season in 11th position with a 7-12 record as all attention turns to the start of the playoffs next weekend. :: Read More ::
Dragons split League Doubleheader
Bradford Dragons fell to a narrow 73-68 road defeat against the 12-5 Trailblazers in NBL Division One action on Saturday afternoon.
Another monumental second-half comeback looked to be on the cards for Dragons, but a scoreless final four minutes allowed the Trailblazers to grind out the victory.
With the Dragons 32-point comeback on March 20th against Derby still fresh in the memory, Coach Mellor’s team came into Saturday’s game looking to make it two straight wins against the hosts. :: Read More ::
Introducing the latest addition to the Dragons' team, Dunc (the) Dragon, our new club mascot.
Dunc branded merchandise will be available soon, and it is our plan to bring Dunc to life in the form of a game day mascot, also available for school visits with the club.
However, to make this happen, there is a cost of around £1k to £1.5k, and we are therefore seeking an appropriate company/organisation/individual to become Dunc's official sponsor.